The Blowin Weekly Extra – Get Chairless

Blowin 9-10pm Sunday 9th May 2010

More tunes than time…

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This week’s programme starts with A Certain Ratio’s version of Shack Up – here’s the original, by Banbarrawww.youtube.com/watch?v=KQnvj2EWNcI

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Lots of Indian music online here, both modern and ancient, no fuss, just click and play – www.musicindiaonline.com
thanks to guillaumebougard

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The 309s play the Kings Arms, Heaton, Bradford
15 May, free
www.myspace.com/309s

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Iain Scott of Sterns replied to last week’s Blowin Extra:
“Nice bluebells. Noticed your last track - just to say that Miriam (or indeed Myriam and sometimes Myryam!) Makeba’s singles, as originally released by Syliphone in Guinea, are now available as legal downloads from various sites inc. iTunes & eMusic. They all feature original cover art and contain a few tracks available nowhere else. One of these is another instrumental credited only to ‘Myryam’s Quintette’. Although a version of Joe Zawinul’s ‘Mercy, Mercy, Mercy’, it’s titled simply ‘Myryam’s Quintette Song’, and can found on the B-side of 1972′s ‘Dakhla Yunik’ (SYL542).”

Thanks Iain

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And while we’re talking about Sterns..there are free downloads at www.sternsmusic.com/tradewind.php for a limited period..

“Light years away from the carefully groomed, acoustically-orientated, coffee-table artists so beloved of some sections in the ‘world music’ media is an industry that caters for the true requirements of its audience. It’s disparate, different and on the hoof. Albums recorded in one single session and mixed in another. Concerts that never start before midnight and have the crowd demanding refunds if they’re finished before dawn. Suitcases stuffed with product, traveling as hold luggage and sold, cash only, wherever there’s the demand: Geneva, Kinshasa, London, Lagos, Brussels, Accra, Washington DC … this is the real story of African music.”

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Blowin 9 May
• A Certain Ratio – Shack Up – In The Beginning There Was Rhythm CD – Soul Jazz
• Girlie & Laurel Aitken – Cut Up Munno – Bamboo
• Derek Martin – Daddy Rollin Stone – The UK Sue Label Story-The World Of Guy Stevens CD – Sue/Ace
• Scratch & The Upsetters – Underground – Super Ape CD – Island
• Rachid Taha – Foqt Foqt – Medina CD – Ark 21
• Minstrels – People Get Ready – Studio One
• Gang Starr – Here Today, Gone Tomorrow – Step In The Arena CD – Cooltempo
• Augustus Pablo – Meditation Rock – Calling 1,000 Dreadlocks LP – Chalwa
• Little Feat – Fool Yourself – Dixie Chicken CD – Warners
• Bob Marley – Rub-a-Dub Style – Tuff Gong 7”
• O.V. Wright – Don’t Let My Baby Ride – The Soul Of O.V. Wright CD – Duke/Peacock/MCA
• George Faith – Midnight Hour/Ya Ya – To Be A Lover CD – Hip-O-Select/Island
• Captain Beefheart – I Love You, You Big Dummy – Lick My Decals Off, Baby
• Docteur Nico – Impercoque – African Serenades Vol 31 CD
• The Bobs – Purple Haze – Mountain Stage Vol 4 CD – This Way Up
• Bobby Moore & The Rhythm Aces – Searching For My Love
• Dennis Bovell – The Grunwick Affair – Decibels CD – Pressure Sounds
• Nightmares On Wax – Les Nuits – Carboot Soul CD – Warp

More playlists at www.rob-walsh.co.uk
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Keep On Blowin
Rob
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Rob co-founded BCB with Mary Dowson, back when the hills were young and it were all flat caps an chappatis round 'ere. It was known as Bradford Festival Radio then, and thanks to the generosity of Dusty Rhodes we got started. Now he takes photos, puts little silver discs in drawers, mumbles into microphones, and walks on the hills. Keep On Blowin..