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Songs for Poppy Lea & some words from Mulatu

The Breakdown : Playlist for Friday 8 October 2010

Artist | Track/Song Name | Album Title | Label/Distributor | Comments

1. Ramp 'Everybody Loves The Sunshine' (Blue Thumb 45, 1977)
2. Delegation 'Oh Honey' (Shady Brook 12", 1977)
3. Bobby Caldwell 'Open Your Eyes' (Clouds 45, 1980)
4. The Voices Of East Harlem 'Wanted, Dead Or Alive' (Just Sunshine LP 'ST', 1973)

5. Pamoja 'Ooh Baby' (Keiper 45, 1975)
6. Ohio Players 'Ecstasy' (Westbound 45, 1973)
7. Notations 'Superpeople' (Gemigo 45, 1974)
8. Sweet Charles 'Yes It's You' (People LP 'For Sweet People...', 1974)
9. Myra Barnes 'Super Good' (King 45)

10. Les Tres Femmes 'Listen Yo Your Mama' (Phil-La 45)
11. Patrizia & Jimmy 'Trust Your Child' (R&R 45)
12. Ann Alford 'Gotta Get Me A Job' (Hy Sign 45)

13. Freddie Scott '(You) Got What I Need' (Shout 45)
14. Spider Harrison 'Beautiful Day' (Lulu 45)
15. Chet 'Poison' Ivey 'Shake A Poo Poo' (Tangerine 45)

16. Cook E. Jarr & His Krumbs 'Whole New World' (Prince 45)
17. Bill Withers 'Kissing My Love' (Sussex LP 'Still Bill', 1972)
18. Terry Callier 'You're Going To Miss You Candyman' (Cadet LP 'What Colour Is Love', 1972)

19. Mulatu Astatke interview, featuring;
'Masengo' with The Heliocentrics
'Munaye'
"Netsanet'
'Kulunmanqueleshi'
'I Faram Gami I Faram'
'Kasalefkut Hulu'
'Sabye'

20. Hugh Masekela 'Dyambo' (Chisa 45)
21. Fela Kuti 'Open & Close' (EMI 12", 1975)
22. Kool & The Gang 'Funky Granny' (Delite LP 'Music Is The Message')

 

 

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