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  • Unpublished Straight No Chaser magazine charts

    These charts are from circa 1993 - extracted from WordPerfect files stored on 3.5" floppy discs... - a snapshot of what was big at the time with myself and my then DJ partner Matt the Chef.


    JAZZIN' AT VIC'S

    1. LEE MORGAN ‑ Afreaka (Blue Note)

    2. SERGE GAINSBOURG ‑ Intoxicated Man (Philips)

    3. JACKIE MITTOO ‑ Juice Box (Coxsone)

    4. ED LINCOLN ‑ Lecon De Baion (Musidisc)

    5. AHMED ABDUL MALIK ‑ African Bossa Nova (New Jazz)

    6. TITO RODRIGUEZ ‑ Buenas Noches Che Che (West Side Latino)

    7. DOROTHY ASHBY ‑ Flighty (Atlantic)

    8. YUSEF LATEEF ‑ Nile Valley Blues (Impulse)

    9. TENORIO JNR ‑ Estou Nessa Agora (RGE Discos)

    10. JACK COSTANZO ‑ Mira Como Los Pollos (Clarion)

    11. MONTY ALEXANDER - So What (MPS)

    12. ANNISTEEN ALLEN - Fujiyama Mama (Stateside)

    13. CHARLES WRIGHT - Express Yourself (Warner Bros)

    14. TRIBESMAN - Sunburst (Direct)

    15. EDDIE LOCKJAW DAVIS - Yes Yes (Prestige)



    FRENCH CONNECTION

    1. BRIGITTE BARDOT ‑ Je Danse Donc Je Suis (Phonogram)

    2. RICHARD ANTHONY ‑ Ne Boude Pas {Take 5} (Columbia)

    3. JACQUES DUTRONC ‑ Sur Une Nappe De Restaurant (Vogue)

    4. FRANCE GALL ‑ Jazz Au Go Go (Fontana)

    5. SERGE GAINSBOURG ‑ Chez Les Ye‑Ye (Philips)

    6. MAGALI NOEL/BORIS VIAN - Strip Rock (Disques Jacques Canetti)

    7. FRANCOISE HARDY ‑ Comment Te Dire Adieu (Vogue)

    8. L'AFFAIRE LOUIS TRIO - Bois Ton Cafe (Barclay)



    MIDNIGHT MAMBO

    1. THE TRENIERS ‑ Who Put The 'Ungh' In The Mambo (Dr. Horse)

    2. PEREZ PRADO ‑ Peanut Vendor (RCA Victor)

    3. CLARKE/BOLAND BIGBAND ‑ Mambo De Las Brujas (Polydor)

    4. LEO ROSA ‑ Leo En La Habana (Puchito)

    5. ALMA COGAN ‑ Mambo Italiano (EMI)

    6. THELONIOUS MONK ‑ Bye Ya (Prestige)


    Saturday nights, JAZZIN' AT VIC'S, 40 St. John Street, London EC1.


    ​​​​​​​

  • #2
    Lovely!
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    • #3
      Originally posted by DRSMITH View Post
      Lovely!
      Here's a couple more:

      JAZZIN' AT VIC'S

      1. LUIZ HENRIQUE - A Trip To Brazil (Verve)

      2. DELROY WILSON - Run Run (Studio One)

      3. FREDDIE McCOY - Collard Greens (Prestige)

      4. LOUIE RAMIREZ - The New Breed (Mercury)

      5. RONNIE FOSTER - Chunky (Blue Note)

      6. MOTION - No Man Is An Island (Double D)

      7. SERGE GAINSBOURG ‑ Reqiuiem Pour Un Con (Philips)

      8. MONTY ALEXANDER - So What (MPS)

      9. CHARLIE PALMIERI - Either You Have It Or You Dont (Alegre)

      10. DEXTER GORDON - Soy Califa (Blue Note)

      11. VIBRETTES - Humpty Dump (Luv N'Haight)

      12. LEROY SIBBLES - Express Yourself (Studio One)


      JAZZIN' MODAL DUB

      1. KING TUBBY (V) UPSETTER ‑ Blood Of Africa (Studio 16, L.P.)

      2. STUMPY ‑ Dragon Dance {Version} (Youth Of Roots, 7")

      3. NEGRIL - Rasta (Klik, L.P.)

      4. STUDIO 1 PLAYERS ‑ Gready G (Studio 1, L.P.)

      5. DREADFULL JULIO ‑ Differentah (Arawak, 12")

      Saturday Nights, JAZZIN' AT VIC'S, 40 St. John Street, London EC1.

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      • #4
        I can almost smell a time when it was near impossible to buy even a new release unless you happened to live in London. I remember happening to be in London and thinking I must look out for a copy of that Chris Bowden 'Mothers and Daughters...' that was mentioned in 'Straight No Chaser' I went to Sounds of the Universe who told me it wasn't out yet but they had some white labels downstairs. I could hardly believe such things happened in real life. Jazzman list through the post in those days. When he said he was no longer sending out a list because most people were online now I thought 'what's online'? I came online so late I never even saw a floppy disc.
        "You don't want to kill the cash donkey"

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Shere Khan View Post
          I can almost smell a time when it was near impossible to buy even a new release unless you happened to live in London. I remember happening to be in London and thinking I must look out for a copy of that Chris Bowden 'Mothers and Daughters...' that was mentioned in 'Straight No Chaser' I went to Sounds of the Universe who told me it wasn't out yet but they had some white labels downstairs. I could hardly believe such things happened in real life. Jazzman list through the post in those days. When he said he was no longer sending out a list because most people were online now I thought 'what's online'? I came online so late I never even saw a floppy disc.
          I should have mentioned over on the "Straight No Chaser" is back thread, that the second part of the mag that would get checked after the charts would be the small ads

          I got some great records from the Virgo Vibes record lists amongst others - good archive thread on the "list" men here:

          https://www.verygoodplus.co.uk/forum...record-dealers

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          • #6
            I can see your all champing at the bit to see a couple more

            so here goes:

            DEEP GROOVES

            1. IDRIS MUHAMMAD - Express Yourself (BGP)
            2. GRANT GREEN - The Selma March (Verve)
            3. JACKIE MITTOO - Hot Tomala (Studio One)
            4. DONALD BYRD - Theme For Malcolm (Landmark)
            5. MAYNARD FERGUSON - Si Si M.F. (Roulette)
            6. TOKYO PANORAMA MAMBO BOYS - Pachinko {Matt The Chef Magimix} (White Label)
            7. DEAN MARTIN - Mambo Italiano (Capitol)
            8. LENNIE HIBBERT - Twilight Zone (Coxsone)
            9. CEDAR WALTON - Twilight Waltz (Prestige)
            10. WYNTON KELLY - Bobo (Verve)
            11. PAUL WINTER - Journey To Recife (Columbia)
            12. JOHN COLTRANE/JOHNNY HARTMAN - Autumn Serenade (Impulse)

            Saturday nights, JAZZIN' AT VIC'S, 40 St. John Street, London EC1.



            HOT! MENU

            1. LUCKY THOMPSON - Soul's Nite Out (Nessa)
            2. RAY BARRETTO - Swing La Moderna (Tico)
            3. SERGE GAINSBOURG - Requiem Pour Un Con (Philips)
            4. JOE GIBBS & THE PROFESSIONALS - Angolian Chant (Joe Gibbs)
            5. EARL ANDERZA - Outa Sight (Pacific Jazz)
            6. BOBBY MATOS - Nadie Baila Como Yo (Philips)
            7. PAUL HORN - Fremptz (HiFi Jazz)
            8. WILLIE COLON - Jazzy (Fania)
            9. MEL TORME - All That Jazz {OST 'A Man Called Adam'} (Reprise)
            10. SOLOMON ILORI & AFRO DRUM ENSEMBLE - Tolani (Blue Note)


            Saturday nights, JAZZIN' AT VIC'S, 40 St. John Street, London EC1.

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            • #7
              Last one before I call a halt to this rather futile exercise...


              TWISTERIFFIC

              1. RICHARD ANTHONY - J'irai Twister Le Blues (Columbia)

              2. HENRY MANCINI - Tiber Twist {OST 'Pink Panther'} (RCA Victor)

              3. FRANCE GALL - Coeur Qui Jazze (Philips)

              4. RON GRAINER - That Was The Week That Was (Decca)

              5. SERGE GAINSBOURG - Requiem Pour Un Twister (Philips)

              6. LOU RAWLS - Sweet Lover (Capitol)

              7. JOHN PATTON - Aint That Peculiar (Blue Note)

              8. BRIGITTE BARDOT - L'Appareil A Sous (Phonogram)

              9. SERGE GAINSBOURG - L'Appareil A Sous (Philips)

              10. OSCAR BROWN JNR - Tall Like Pine (Columbia)

              Saturday nights, JAZZIN' AT VIC'S, 40 St. John Street, London EC1.

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              • #8
                Well I think it's good looking back to what was hep to the cats a few years back. It's interesting to see, by looking at discogs prices for instance, whether people are still diggin' them or whether there are 180 starting at £1.50.
                "You don't want to kill the cash donkey"

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