Tuesday, December 23, 2008
Sunday, December 21, 2008
Today's show was a bunch of my favourite tunes and musical moments from the past year, but I ran outta time so will have to jam some more in on next week's show. Thanks to all of those of you who txted in. Nice one.
Smoove's Funk Fantasy Bands - Smoove
Stevie Wonder -Master blaster (Radikal Roots edit)
Gabriella Cilmi -Sweet about me (Ashley Beedle remix) I spent a ridiculous amount of time and money chasing this tune down earlier this year. Found it online in a record shop in Scotland.
The Lions - Hot no ho
Steel n skin - Afro punk reggae dub
Mike Fabulous - Wang east
Ladi6 - Dark brown
Eru Dangerspiel - Sun again
Bo Diddley - Bo Diddley
Mighty Mo - The next message version
The Snugs - Trying
Rob Symeonn - The chosen one (Zeb steppers remix)
Barrington Levy and Beenieman - Murderation
Restless Soul - Turn me out
Johnny Hammond - Fantasy (Marc Mac presents the Visioneers beatdrop version)
Jimi Tenor and Kabu Kabu - Black January
Erykah Badu - Honey (Moody Boyz remix)
Lee Scratch Perry - God smiled (Moody Boyz remix)
Miles Davis - So what (Shoes edit)
Lightning head - Bookoor sound special
Menahan st band - Esma
Dub Colossus - Azmari dub
Quantic - Cuidad del swing version
Hot 8 brass band - Get up (Diesler remix)
James Brown - Santa claus goes straight to the ghetto
Kormac - Join together
As featured in the NZ Herald earlier this week, in case you missed it... link
"... The original owners, Chris Hart and Martin O'Donnell, regrouped with a new backer under the company name Fonografo Ltd and announced this month that the Auckland store was fully operational again...
... However in the High Court at Auckland yesterday, the original company, Real Groovy Records, was put into liquidation by music distributor Southbound Distribution, which is owed more than $40,000.
Southbound director Jeffrey Stothers believed there were other creditors. He said he had been told that there were no surplus funds available from the sales of the stores to pay unsecured creditors.
Stothers was not against Hart and O'Donnell getting back into business, as the industry needed another record store closure "like a hole in the head", but he objected to it being done at distributors' expense.
Stothers said he outlined his position to Hart at an early stage, telling him Southbound could not keep supplying the store if it wasn't being paid.
"He was fairly indignant, saying he would have to look after the major record companies first and he would see what he could do."