Friday 31 December 2010

December Chart Part 2

The Snow Is Gone December Chart Part 2

1. Awanto 3 Waus Music CDR

2. Cooly G Sunshine CDR

3. Randomer Alize (Greymatter Remix) CDR

4. James Blake James Blake LP A&M

5. Roots Manuva Boss (Dobie Dubplate Remix) CDR

6. Illum Sphere An Old Escape Fat City

7. Aardvarck Various Nu Dubs CDR

8. Hypno Various Nu CDR

9. Sandra St Victor FMAO (Seiji Remix) Strategic Soul

10. Freak Seven Feel (inst) / Nano Kids (inst) Rush Hour

11. Throwing Snow Various Nu CDR

12. Skinnz Euphorbia Boka

13. Zed Bias & Falty DL Lucid Dreams CDR

14. Gerry Read Various Dark Arx

15. Laura B Music Is Air Laura B

16. Old Apparatus Various CDR

17. Maddslinky ft Tawiah Further Away (Funkbutcher Mix) Tru Thoughts

18. Isolée Well Spent Youth LP Pampa

19. At One Kina Mawazo EP Yoruba

20. Simbad & Steven Question / Answer CDR

Tuesday 14 December 2010

Nov Mixtape

Simbad Xclusiv Mix for Hybridlife (Nov2010) by simbad

You know when u get people askin u 2 do an 'exclusive' mix 4 their website & then u do it & then they go silent on u ? here's a typical example LOL
(a lot of unreliable peeps in dis game i tell ya !!!)
Download & enjoy :-)

Tracklisting :

Buddy Sativa Deus Ex Machina CDR
John Roberts Lesser Dial Rec.
Falty DL Endeavour Planet Mu
Shed Keep Time Ostgut Ton
Robert Owens Moments Compost
Jumping Back Slash Transmission CDR
Hunee Sand Days Rush Hour
Manuel Tur Golden Complexions (Pépé Bradock Mix) Freerange
Christo The Trust Is Gone (Re-Rub) Atjazz Rec.
Kaytronik Suh Mi Say Beat CDR
Utra Nate Love Drug (Adam Rios Mix) Tommy Boy
Northworks Through Millions Of Moment
Agape I & I (Simbad Voodoo Dub) Giant Step
Circle Traps Fjord CDR
Scuba Latch (Will Saul & Mike Monday Remix) Hotflush
Vince Watson Etheral Delsin
Eric Ericksson Synchronized Minds Fragile Rec.
Peverlist The Grind Punch Drunk
Pearson Sound Blue Eyes Hessle Audio
RSD Pretty Bright Light Punch Drunk
Truth Stay Disfigured Dubz
Jessica Kaya Heavy CDR
Santa Nguessan Manny Nia Hot Casa

Monday 13 December 2010

December Chart Part 1

Not Enough Sleep In My Life December Chart Part 1

1. Falty DL Large Flash White

2. Bakey Ustl EP 1 Firecracker

3. Green Meadows Various Edits CDR

4. Eliphino Undivided Whole EP Some Think Sounds

5. Hernan Cattaneo & Soundexile Teleport (Overflow X Remix) CDR

6. Lojik Lovin' You EP CDR

7. Dj Spinn Good Good Shit CDR

8. Baobinga & Hyetal Trouble Build

9. Moonstarr The Archive PTR

11. Owiny Sigoma Band Various Brownswood

12. Jaymz Nylon Live In This Light (P60 Remix) NT

13. Dead Capo Atraco A Las 3 Lovemonk

14. Jay Electronica Ft. Tone Treasure Jazzmatazz CDR

15. Mr Morning Fire So Sound

16. Theo Parrish Sketches (Re-release) LP Sound Signature

17. Youthman Concrete 57 CDR

18. Marlow Marlow EP Room WIth A View

19. OL Forbidden Flow Faces

20. Airhead Black Ink CDR

21. Headhunter Chasing Dragons Idle

22. Deepspace Orchestra Clockwork Ninja Supernature

23. Lee Scractch Perry (Mala Remixes) White

24. Kink Aphex Kink EP Sharivari

25. Mala & Simbad Growler CDR

Sunday 12 December 2010

James Moody RIP

Another Jazz Legend has left our realm...
James Moody, a jazz saxophonist and flutist celebrated for his virtuosity, his versatility and his onstage ebullience, died on Thursday in San Diego. He was 85.

Mr. Moody, who began his career with the trumpeter Dizzy Gillespie shortly after World War II and maintained it well into the 21st century, developed distinctive and equally fluent styles on both tenor and alto saxophone, a relatively rare accomplishment in jazz. He also played soprano saxophone, and in the mid-1950s he became one of the first significant jazz flutists, impressing the critics if not himself.

“I’m not a flute player,” he told one interviewer. “I’m a flute holder.”

The self-effacing humor of that comment was characteristic of Mr. Moody, who took his music more seriously than he took himself. Musicians admired him for his dexterity, his unbridled imagination and his devotion to his craft, as did critics; reviewing a performance in 1980, Gary Giddins of The Village Voice praised Mr. Moody’s “unqualified directness of expression” and said his improvisations at their best were “mini-epics in which impassioned oracles, comic relief, suspense and song vie for chorus time.” But audiences were equally taken by his ability to entertain.

Defying the stereotype of the modern jazz musician as austere and humorless (and following the example of Gillespie, whom he considered his musical mentor and with whom he worked on and off for almost half a century), Mr. Moody told silly jokes, peppered his repertory with unlikely numbers like “Beer Barrel Polka” and the theme from “The Flintstones,” and often sang. His singing voice was unpolished but enthusiastic — and very distinctive, partly because he spoke and sang with a noticeable lisp, a result of having been born partly deaf.

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