Archive for April, 2008

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The Warning Talk (PartII) // by David Axelrod David Axelrod. One funky ass white boy. Pure Genius. You’ve heard his name spit off by many. You’ve even heard his music sampled by many. You probably didn’t even know you’ve heard a David Axelrod sample. This is song is from the Earth Rot album. There’s a […]

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Mark De Clive-Lowe // Tide’s Arising (2005) “Heaven” (f/ Bembe Segue) “4.V.Y.” (f/ Abdul Shyllon & Pino Palladino) We first talked about Mark in regards to his most recent release called The Politik. Now that I have the correct Mark (thanks j-justice), I’ve been doing some searching for more albums, tracks, remixes and compilations. TIDE’S […]

So my brother called me asking for this jazz song he heard me playing a while back. When he started singing it (which was fairly amusing), I knew the song instantly. The Crusaders “Young Rabbits”. I bought the Gilles Peterson “Kings Of Jazz” compilation specifically for this song (not knowing my father had the original […]

1999 TourDetroit 1982 “Controversy”“Let’s Work”“Little Red Corvette”“Do Me Baby”“Head”“Uptown”“How Come You Don’t Call Me Anymore” “Lady Cab Driver”“International Lover”“1999”“D.M.S.R.” Around this time Prince began crediting his band as The Revolution, which consisted of Dez Dickerson on guitar, Lisa Coleman and Doctor Fink on keyboards, Bobby Z. on drums, and Brown Mark on bass. The band’s […]



First day of the month.First song of the album.Four songs. Amel Larrieux “For Real” // Bravebird (2004) I saw Amel live at Borders back in 1999 right on Michigan Ave here in Chicago. It was cramped, and the crowd had been waiting for hours. But when they finally introduced her and she took the microphone, […]