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MESTIZO SOUNDS PRESENT SPANISH BOMBS This is a particular selection by Mestizo Sounds of music produced in Spain. The scope of the music covers from pop to dance with hip hop, flamenco rumba and rock. Mostly uptempo beat but also a couple of mid-tempo tunes with great lyrics (in Spanish). BLURB: "Spanish Bombs" was a song by the Clash in the essential album “London Calling”. Since then this has been the title adopted by some music compilers to select some of the most remarkable Spanish Music. My selection is based on my formative years as a music fan. Some of the tracks are from the era known in Spain as “La Movida”. This is a period between the late seventies and mid-eighties when the young people free of the political oppression brought by the dictatorship once Franco died in 1975 expressed themselves through music with the creation of hundreds of record Indi labels and bands influenced by the Punk and Post Punk movement in the UK and US. I have included a native style of music such as rumba Flamenca, always part of the most popular Spanish music played on the radio, especially in the summer season, with the classic song of A Chili Pu by Dolores Vargas “La Terremoto” from 1971. There is also a new millenium take on rumba with the track "Vacileo" produced by Macaco, a notable contemporary solo artist, who was a member of the internationally acclaimed band Ojos de Brujo. Extremoduro is one of the greatest bands of Spanish rock music. Their hard rock music influenced by Frank Zappa has always had a very strong lyrical aspect. Pop, Hip hop and Dance music are also included by various artists in most of the cases from this millennium.

MUSIC

1- El coche de la Plas - PVP 

2- Radio 222 - LOS ESQUELETOS 

3- Otra Dimensión - ALASKA Y LOS PEGAMOIDES 

4- La Casa de la Bomba - BRIGHTON 64 

5- Baby me vuelves loca - GUADALUPE PLATA 

6- A Chili Pu - DOLORES VARGAS “LA TERREMOTO” 

7- Vacileo - OJOS DE BRUJO 

8- Veneno en la Piel - RADIO FUTURA 

9- Rolando - O’FUNKILLO 

10- anonymous ( a track found in a cd made by amateur Spanish hip hop artists but there is no credits) 

11- La Cocinera - MALA RODRIGUEZ 

12- Buscando la luna - EXTREMODURO 

13- Del Montón - SR CHINARRO 

14- Futbol-In - JAVI P3Z ORQUESTA 

15- Sube el tocadiscos - FUNDACION TONY MANERO 

16- Como pudiste hacerme esto a mí (Remix) - ALASKA Y DINARAMA 

17- Bombay - EL GUINCHO
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MESTIZO SOUNDS PRESENT SPANISH BOMBS This is a particular selection by Mestizo Sounds of music produced in Spain. The scope of the music covers from pop to dance with hip hop, flamenco rumba and rock. Mostly uptempo beat but also a couple of mid-tempo tunes with great lyrics (in Spanish). BLURB: "Spanish Bombs" was a song by the Clash in the essential album “London Calling”. Since then this has been the title adopted by some music compilers to select some of the most remarkable Spanish Music. My selection is based on my formative years as a music fan. Some of the tracks are from the era known in Spain as “La Movida”. This is a period between the late seventies and mid-eighties when the young people free of the political oppression brought by the dictatorship once Franco died in 1975 expressed themselves through music with the creation of hundreds of record Indi labels and bands influenced by the Punk and Post Punk movement in the UK and US. I have included a native style of music such as rumba Flamenca, always part of the most popular Spanish music played on the radio, especially in the summer season, with the classic song of A Chili Pu by Dolores Vargas “La Terremoto” from 1971. There is also a new millenium take on rumba with the track "Vacileo" produced by Macaco, a notable contemporary solo artist, who was a member of the internationally acclaimed band Ojos de Brujo. Extremoduro is one of the greatest bands of Spanish rock music. Their hard rock music influenced by Frank Zappa has always had a very strong lyrical aspect. Pop, Hip hop and Dance music are also included by various artists in most of the cases from this millennium.

MUSIC

1- El coche de la Plas - PVP 

2- Radio 222 - LOS ESQUELETOS 

3- Otra Dimensión - ALASKA Y LOS PEGAMOIDES 

4- La Casa de la Bomba - BRIGHTON 64 

5- Baby me vuelves loca - GUADALUPE PLATA 

6- A Chili Pu - DOLORES VARGAS “LA TERREMOTO” 

7- Vacileo - OJOS DE BRUJO 

8- Veneno en la Piel - RADIO FUTURA 

9- Rolando - O’FUNKILLO 

10- anonymous ( a track found in a cd made by amateur Spanish hip hop artists but there is no credits) 

11- La Cocinera - MALA RODRIGUEZ 

12- Buscando la luna - EXTREMODURO 

13- Del Montón - SR CHINARRO 

14- Futbol-In - JAVI P3Z ORQUESTA 

15- Sube el tocadiscos - FUNDACION TONY MANERO 

16- Como pudiste hacerme esto a mí (Remix) - ALASKA Y DINARAMA 

17- Bombay - EL GUINCHO
MONDO SONHO DELIRANTE MIX JUNE 2022 MESTIZO SOUNDS PRESENT MONDO SONHO DELIRANTE

A selection of music around the globe. From Ecuador to New Zealand with stops in Brazil, Guatemala, US, Norway, Germany, France, Morocco, Ghana, Hungary, Reunion Island, Indonesia or India and much more. Not World music but Music from the world.

The new mix is a celebration of the music I love to listen to. I call it Mondo Sonho Delirante. The name is an amalgamation of Italian and Portuguese words.

I confess that I borrowed its name from one of the songs included in it by Brazilian artist Fabio. His late sixties ode to the psychedelic experience called Lindo Sonho Delirante (kind of Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds) was the source for this crazy name.

The pretending purpose is to experience a musical journey and bring the rich sounds of the world a bit closer. It may be delusional but worth the dream.

Music

1- Amara call - GNAWA IMPULSE (Morocco/Germany)

2- Lattialla Taas - UUSI FANTASIA (Norway)

3- Catrik - SULAEMAN (Indonesia)

4- Disco 82 - Unknown artist (Sitar Beat) (INDIA)

5- Lindo Sonho Delirante - FABIO (Brazil)

6- Aaj Shanibar - RUPA (India/Canada)

7- Obaa Sima - ATA KAK (Ghana/Canada)

8- Andarele - CARMEN GONZALEZ KORAL Y ESMERALDA (Ecuador)

9- Caracol - RADIO ZUMBIDO (Guatemala/Spain)

10- Nouveau Défi - LA PHAZE (France)

11- Trubulek Vorba (JUTASI REMIX) - ANIMA SOUND SYSTEM (Hungary)

12- Divers - BOOZOO BAJOU (Germany)

13- Automaton - CYNE (US)

14- The New Crusader - SCRIBE (New Zealand)

15- Bweni Mawa - M'TORO CHAMOU (Reunion Island, France)
Funkinsoul Show - April 2022 This month's show starts on a hip hop tip and takes us through soul, reggae and Brazilian music. I hope you enjoy it

Tracklist

J Rocc - don’t sell your dreams

Handsome Boy Modelling School - I’ve been thinking

Camp Lo - Luchini

Joubert Singers - stand on the word (Larry Levan mix)

Plantlife - we can get high

Robert Glasper - worries feat Dwele

St Germain - sure thing

Coleman Brothers - El Niño

Mr Hermano - Como um Sol

Ive Mendes - A Beira

Mar Sonia Rosa and Yuji Ohno - Casa Forte Banda

Black Rio - Magia (Faze Action horny mix)

Radio Citizen - the hop

Carl Bradley - Slipping into darkness

Lloyd Chalmers - Darker than blue

Al Brown - Aint no love in the heart of the city

The Chosen few - Collie stuff

Freddie McGregor - Get involved

Nina Simone - Blacklash blues

Betty Wright - clean up woman

Charles wright - Express yourself

Zapp and Roger - California Love

D’angelo - Africa Umod - Trombone
Balance Digs Jazzanova Jazzanova is a German Berlin-based DJ/producer collective consisting of

Alexander Barck,

Claas Brieler,

Jürgen von Knoblauch,

Roskow Kretschmann,

Stefan Leisering, and

Axel Reinemer.

They came together as a group of DJs in 1995 – Their music is characterized by nu-jazz, chill-out, as well as Latin jazz styles. Never adhering to one particular scene or sound, never pursuing one particular technique or format, they've acted as a DJ collective, a production house, a prolific remix team, radio programmers and presenters.

Later in the late 1990s, they formed as a side project Sonar Kollektiv, a German record label founded specializing in downtempo music.

Their intention was to create an independent record label and publisher connected to a worldwide independent distribution network. They have more than 200 catalogue releases over the years and the label is promoted in the United States by Prommer,

This mix will focus on Jazzanova’s later work from the stunning album ‘’In Between’’ (2002) onwards and the broken beat (ish) remixes from 1997 – 2005 will be the focus of another mix later this year.

For more info please go to -

https://www.jazzanova.com/

https://www.nudirectionsfm.com/

Enjoy the music.

MCR.

Music

Jazzanova – Bohemian Sunset (Intro)

Jazzanova - Let Me Show Ya - featuring Paul Randolph

Jazzanova - Look what you are doing to me feat Phonte

Jazzanova - Follow Your Feet feat, Pete Josef

Jazzanova - I Can See featuring - Ben Westbeech

Jazzanova - Morning Scapes - featuring Bembe Segue

Jazzanova – Scorpio’s Child

Jazzanova - Keep Falling - Ursula Rucker & Hawkeye Phanatic

Jazzanova - Gafier- featuring Pedro Martins & Azymuth

Jazzanova – Joy Road

Jazzanova - In The Morning feat Zakes Bantwini

Jazzanova - Summer Keeps Passing me By feat Ben Westbeech

Jazzanova – Mwela, Mwele (Here I Am) feat Valerie Etienne & Rob Gallagher

Jazzanova – Flashback, Fat Freddys Drop

Jazzanova - I Human feat Paul Randolph

Jazzanova – United Future Organization – Friends…..We’ll Be
Atmosphere Show - April 2022 Shiro Shwarz- Exoplanet Love

Ruby Running Faker- Emperor Machine 

Subway ft. Wave - You Can Bet I’ll Get You 

Nicola Cruz - Colibria 

Illya Kuryaki and the Valderramas - Jugo 

LCD Soundsystem - You Wanted a Hit (Gabe Remix) 

Shaun Escoffery - Days Like This (Spinna & Ticklah Club Mix) 

Darius - S_ash 

Steve Monite - Only You (Frankie Francis Disco Jam Edit) 

Subway ft. Wave - What’s in the Dark (will come to life) 

Lemon Mint - Sensation 

Cienfue - Life in the Tropics 

Illya Kuryaki and the Valderramas - Galaxia 

Emmanuel Horvilleur - 19 (con Gustavo Cerati) 

Niño de Elche - El Comunista 

Darius - Espoir 

Kartel - Pantera (Violet Green Remix)

Darius - Omeo 

Moi Je - Profite (Kazy Lambist Remix) 

Angie Stone - Wish I didn’t Miss You (John Junior Remix) 

Isaac Delusion - Supernova (L’Imperatrice Remix) 

Kerala Dust - Motions 

Life on Planets - Fork in the Path (David Marston & Dan Izco Dub)
Mestizo Sounds - Latin Rock Show, April 2022 This is the music born of the love affair of the electric guitar blues and the Afro Cuban Rhythms played with the Congas adding sex, dance and excitement to Rock music.

In the early sixties the Mission district (San Francisco), where a young Mexican teenager and future rock star, Carlos Santana, grew up, kids gathered in the park to play music. It came naturally to play the new music of rock & roll with the conga players who added the Afro Cuban beat.

At home his parents' music of Cuban rhumba, mariachis and rancheras was integrated with the music he listened to on their radio favourites programmes of Blues, Rock & Roll, Motown & Stax music and the Rock music coming from England with the Beatles, Kinks, Stones and later on with Jimi Hendrix, Sly & the Family Stone and the San Francisco own home-grown psychedelic music scene of Grateful Dead and Jefferson Airplane. Put them all together, mix them well in the perfect doses and new music is born.

One of the first hybrids of Rock was called Latin Rock. In the uptown of NY, Latin music had already been mixed with Soul music and Rock & Roll in the creation of the Boogaloo.

The new Latin Rock was a more bluesy version of Latin music and also more guitar leaning than the Boogaloo, which is more close to the Soul music. Soon the Boogaloo and Latin Rock became a music mixing all their elements as more complex percussion units were mixed with Rock guitar and Soul.

When you hear Sympathy for the Devil by the Rolling Stones or watch Soul Sacrifice by Santana at the Woodstock festival you know this more percussive music is exciting and made for dance.

It is when Rock recovers its Roll as Joe Big Turner would sing 'Shake, rattle and roll.' The playlist of this show includes influential music that preceded this genre and some of the most vibrant Latin Rock pieces. Latin Rock was an important musical genre to invigorate the status and cultural heritage of the Spanish-speaker communities in the US (Mexican, Puerto Ricans, Cubans or Dominicans)





Music.

1- Louie Louie - RICHARD BERRY & THE PHAROAHS (intro) (1957) (US)

2- Loco Cha Cha Cha - RENE TOUZET (1956) (CUBA)

3- Farmer John - THE PREMIERS (1964) (US)

4- 96 Tears - QUESTION MARK & THE MYSTERIANS (1966) (US)

5- Candombe - LOS SHAKERS (1968) (URUGUAY)

6- Chicano Power - THEE MIDNITERS (1967) (US)

7- Soul Sacrifice - SANTANA (live at Woodstock August, 16th, 1969) (US)

8- Meshkalina - TRAFFIC SOUND (1969) (PERU)

9- Viva Tirado - EL CHICANO (1970) (US)

10- Spill the Wine - ERIC BURDON & THE WAR (1970) (UK/US)

11- Oye Como Va - SANTANA (1970) (US)

12- Guajira Sicodélica - FLASH & THE DYNAMICS (1971) (US)

13 - El viajecito - BLACK SUGAR (1971) (PERU)

14- Heavy Duty - THE HARVEY AVERNE BARRIO BAND (1971) (US)

15- Más Zacate - AZTECA (1972) (US)

16- Oye Mama - MALO (1972) featuring Jorge Santana (brother of Carlos) (US)

17- Got this Happy Feeling - GUETTO BROTHERS (1972) (US)

18- Bailando Despacio - KATUNGA (1973) (ARGENTINA)

19- Sapo’s Montuno - SAPO (1974) (US)

20- Mira pa’ ca - CHANGO (1975) (US)

21- Guarafeo - JOSE “CHEPITO” AREAS (1974) (NICARAGUA/US)

22- El Narco - BROWNOUT (2007) (US)

23- La Bamba - LILA DOWNS (2004) (US)
Mestizo Sounds presents Música e Futebol THIS SHOW IS A SELECTION OF BRAZILIAN POPULAR MUSIC FROM 1964 TO 1973. A DECADE OF GREAT MUSIC IN A BACKGROUND OF POLITICAL TURMOIL AND WORLDWIDE FOOTBALL SUCCESS.

The name for the show is taken from one of the most famous songs by Marcos Valle. This is “Paz e Futebol”. I replaced Paz (peace) for Música as this is the subject matter of the show.

Peace was not a description of those years as the 10 years covered in the show were a time of intense internal social and political conflict in Brazil. Bossa Nova (New Wave), the Brazilian homegrown jazz version, was the music style that many young musicians followed and developed during these 10 years from 1964 to 1973. At the same time, foreign pop and rock infiltrated the music of some of these young musicians. This was not well accepted by everybody in Brazil. It was a time of division between the MPB (Brazilian Popular Music) and the Jovem Guarda. The latter was a music movement influenced by the American Rock & Roll and followers of Elvis Presley and Little Richard. Roberto Carlos and Tim Maia were some of the musicians that embraced the electrification of music to the chagrin of the most nationalistic and, at the same time, left-leaning musicians of the MPB that oppose the Americanisation of the Brazilian music.

Then in the late sixties, the Tropicalistas (a hippie and psychedelic sixties movement in the Brazilian music) established a link between these two groups even though in a more avant-garde and dadaist outcome. MPB and Tropicalistas were both inspired by Samba and Bossa Nova's greatest artists and composers such as Tom Jobim, Joao Gilberto, Baden Powell and lyricist Vinicius de Moraes. In these ten years emerged an outstanding generation of talented musicians and performers. The list is immense. I highlight among them: Marcos Valle, Milton Nascimiento, Sergio Mendes, Caetano Veloso, Elis Regina, Chico Buarque, Jorge Ben Gal Costa, Arthur Verocai, Gilberto Gil, Tom Ze, Alceu Valença, Astrud Gilberto, Joyce, Edu Lobo Elza Soares, Tim Maia, Naná Vasconcelos, Eumir Deodato, Wilson Simonal, Flora Purim, Airto Moreira, Maria Bethania, MPB4, Os Novos Baianos and Os Mutantes. I can continue putting more names and I will still miss some of these great Brazilian artists of the 10-year-golden period. Only I hope this selection opens the curiosity for the extraordinary music of Brazil. One of the most musical countries in the world which have attracted music fans all over the world since the days of Bossa Nova.

Music

1- Batucada - MARCOS VALLE (1968)

2- Os Grillos - CLAUDETE SOARES (1970)

3- Presente Greco - ARTHUR VEROCAI (1972)

4- Se Vice Quiser Mas Sem Bronquear - ELIZABETH VIANA (1969)

5- Tereza Sabe Sambar - ELIS REGINA (1966)

6- Que Pena - GAL COSTA E CAETANO VELOSO (1969)

7- Lalari Olara - JORGE BEN (1967)

8- Canto de Ossanha - BADEN POWELL E VINICIUS DE MORAES (1966)

9- A Viagem Das Horas - JOSE MAURO (1970)

10- Mister Misterio - ALCEU VALENÇA E GERALDO AZEVEDO (1972)

11- Cantiga de Procura - JOYCE (1968)

12- Mal de Amor - ELZA SOARES E MILTINHO (1967)

13- Feitinha P’ro Poeta - OS CATEDRATICOS (1965)

14- Gloria - TOM ZE (1968)

15- Garra - MARCOS VALLE (1971)

16- Gostava Tanto de Vocé - TIM MAIA (1973)

17- Rio Vermelho - MILTON NASCIMIENTO (1969)

18- Viola Fora de Moda - EDU LOBO (1973)

19- Samba de Verao 2 - MARCOS VALLE (1969)

20- Veleiro - ELIS REGINA (1966)

21- Vivo ou Morto - NELSON ANGELO E JOYCE (1972)

22- Arrastai - EDU LOBO (1964)

23- Dedicada a Ela - ARTHUR VEROCAI (1972)

24- Cravo e Canela - MPB4 (1971)

25- Figa de Guine - ANA MARIA E MAURICIO (1973)

26- Queremos Guerra - GILBERTO GIL (1968)

27- Minha Menina - OS MUTANTES (1968)

28- Goal by PELE (Final 1970 World Coup Final Brazil vs Italy) Brazilian radio broadcasting
Happy Birthday Stevie Stevland Hardaway Morris, known as Stevie Wonder, is credited as a pioneer and influence by musicians across a range of genres that includes rhythm and blues, pop, soul, gospel, funk, and jazz. Born: 13 May 1950, Saginaw, Michigan, United States.

Stevie Wonder has given me so much pleasure over many years – this mix is my personal nod of respect to a man of fantastic talent.

To give this mix a bit of a twist, all of the music in this mix is either a re-edit, remix, or a cover version of Stevie has contributed to it, I could have made this mix hours long but that is for another day – I hope you enjoy this mix as much as I had putting it together.

Happy Birthday Stevie from all of us.

MCR.

Music

Stevie Wonder - As CG Refix

Stevie Wonder - So What The Fuss CG Refix

Roots Uprising & Ringo - Jammin 12'

Stevie Wonder-Sir Duke-The Reflex Stems Re-Vision

Rufus feat Chaka Khan - Tell Me Something

Jeff Beck – Thelonius

Stevie Wonder - I Wish – CG Refix

Stevie Wonder-Higher Ground-The Reflex Stems Re-Vision

Stevie Wonder - Superstition (Todd Terje edit)

Stevie Wonder - Living for the City – CG Refix

Omar ft. Stevie Wonder - I'm Feeling You - Henrik Schwarz Remix
MUSIC4TAKING OFF - MAY 22 Music

COSMONECTION - WHISPERS

RHODE & BROWN - HONEYMOON AFFAIR

SAINE - HIJACK

MARCOCA - MAGIC DRIPS

JURAVLOVE - DREAM CHIMNEY

SOCIAL LOVERS - CAN’T LET IT GO

HOT CHIP - EASY TO GET

DOBAO - CONTIGO

BEN SUN - SABLE SUN 

DANIEL LESEMAN - HONEY RIDER

NOTCHYY - RUSKIN 

AMADOU & MARIAM - BUFOU SAFOU (HENRIK SHWARZ REMIX) 

HUBBABUBBAKLUBB - ET ANNET STED (AXEL BOMAN REMIX)
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