Rather splendid Northern pounder
And if you want a laugh, take a look the top two comments on this clip (instrumental version, live at Wigan):
Been hearing this one a lot lately.
I was supposed to be going out to a Northern do tonight, sadly not possible, these will remind me of what I'm missing:
Proto-Riot Grrrl, Ur-Girl Power
'Zombie March' by Nat Dove & The Devils
From the soundtrack to the film 'Petey Wheatstraw, the Devil's Son-in-Law', which sounds mental:
I'm seeing this crew tomorrow.
mardol said: This reggae-tinged British soul tune is doing great things for me at the moment
Don Cornelius, the creator, producer, and long-time host of the U.S. music show Soul Train, was found dead this morning, apparently from a self-inflicted gunshot wound.
So here's a little more of what he did:
Poor guy and his family. That's horrible.
Some class tunes there though, Evan. Especially Machine Gun which, I think, The Beastie Boys sampled.
Don't miss Lionel Richie in the Commodores clip.
Oddly enough, I posted those songs last morning and heard "Pusher Man" used as background music on a TV show in the evening. So the synchronicities are getting a bit more prompt.
Keeping the faith in Tufnell Park
What's the tune, Gef?
'Compared To What' - I think this one by Mr Flood's Party (ker-azee name). They did a couple of versions
I like how the dancer in centre shot is a big fella, but is still managing to do the Northern 'glide' around the floor - very graceful!
It's a beautiful thing, isn't it, that technique? I could dance from now till Ragnarok and still be unable to get it right.
RIP Donald Byrd (died last week)
Could also have posted this in the jazz thread, all those good Blue Note recordings
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