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Archive for August, 2008

Z-Formation – Secret Departure
31st August, 2008 | 172 views

Quintessential deep house track from the first wave at the beginning of the 1990s.

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Banderas – This Is Your Life (Italian Remixes)
30th August, 2008 | 533 views

A Mediterranean spell is cast over Banderas’ hit to give it an Italian twist.

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Kay Starr – Wheel Of Fortune
29th August, 2008 | 1,005 views

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Haven’t got this on vinyl… yet. When it was first released in the fifties it was on the cusp of the transition of the audio formats between 78rpm shellac and 45rpm single we’re more familiar with. I’m not about to start adding shellac as an additional format to my collection but ebay came to the rescue and it appears it was re-released in the sixties on seven. A copy will be winging it’s way to me shortly but enjoy it here, from where I first heard it, the LA Confidential soundtrack. (**UPDATE** Found a UK seller that had, what I presume, is a re-press on 45rpm from the sixties, near mint condition as well, verrry nice.)

Which is an appropriate place to start because it’s a soundtrack that does exactly the job it’s supposed to, evoking the period of the movie, which it does admirably. It’s also a movie that is thoroughly deserving of the Oscars it won but that’s a song for other movie blogs to sing. Think of smoky exclusive clubs, fifties Hollywood glamour, full bands and a single ravishing blonde singer on stage in front of a microphone that looks like a mini UFO.

L.A. Confidential OST cover pic

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Underground Quality Radio Show 27.08.08
28th August, 2008 | 216 views

DJ Jus-Ed broadcasts his weekly musical excursion to the deepside.

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Johnny Kidd & The Pirates – Shakin’ All Over
24th August, 2008 | 462 views

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Moody rock’n’roll that reached number one in August 1960 in the UK, another favourite of my dad’s and a genuine British rock and roll record. Even if the name of the band and title of the track don’t ring any bells, it has a very well known guitar break. Vibrato is the correct term I believe, “is a musical effect, produced in singing and on musical instruments by a regular pulsating change of pitch”, check out the stream.

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Underground Quality Radio Show 20.08.08
21st August, 2008 | 88 views

Internet radio jock, Jus-Ed, spreads the deep house love with his show.

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Eclectronica Radio Show 18 – 17.08.08
18th August, 2008 | 106 views

Sunday evening musical musings with your host Bruce Bickerton aka Alucidnation.

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Underground Quality Radio Show 13.08.08
14th August, 2008 | 91 views

A show full of deepness of distinction.

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Joey Negro – Do It, Believe It
10th August, 2008 | 138 views

Cashing in on US import kudos, Dave Lee’s first release under a pseudonym for the pioneering New York label, Nu Groove.

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Underground Quality Radio Show 06.08.08
7th August, 2008 | 111 views

Showcasing material by Jenifa Mayanja.

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Eclectronica Radio Show 17 – 03.08.08
4th August, 2008 | 74 views

Sunday evening musical musings with your host Bruce Bickerton aka Alucidnation.

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