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    December’s Christmas themed Brillo meet was our best turnout out yet, with 24 – count em – attendees, plus civilians. A bunch of new faces and the usual suspects. Two of our four Black Cabs & London Fog tracks finally came home to get re-recorded; production starts soon in 04. As always, the track listings are completely undecipherable, so feel free to post up corrections. Rich, please stop writing Rs as Es – one is a vowel, the other isn’t! Finally, the next Best of Brillo is scheduled for March 27, plenty of time to sign up and dig out your funky spoils!


    Rich Hero

    Lighthouse - Places On Faces Four Blue Carpet Traces
    Todd Rundgren – Intro
    Tower Of Power – Madhi (The Expected One)
    David Axelrod – Urizen
    Johnny Hammond – Summertime
    Kensington Pop Orchestra – Grandma’s Hands
    Plimsol Sandwhich – Memphis Underground
    Dennis King – I Feel The Earth Move
    Ike & Tina – Funkier Than A Mosquito’s Tweeter
    The Wombles – A Wombling Merry Christmas

    Si Cheeba

    Frank Cosmo – Merry Christmas
    A Kid Named Miles – Ring of Fire
    Joda Orch – El Torro
    Injun Joe – Someone
    Piney Brown – I Need You
    Lou Garno Trio – Muy Sabrosa
    Jimmy Witherspoon – My Big Habit
    Johhny Tolbert – Take It Off
    Magic Music Box – Latin Shake
    Antonio Carlos & Jocafi – Por Cossa Senorha
    Idris Muhammed – Brother You Know
    Bill Crane – Steppin’ Tall pt2
    Charles Earland – Smiling

    Fryer

    The Chosen Few – We Are The Chosen Few
    Marshal Donovan Broomfield – Since I Found My Baby
    Zafari – Addis Ababa
    The Soul Controlers – I Ain’t Lyin
    The Mercy Slut - $600 Tune
    James Young – Barkin Up The Wrong Tree
    Tyrone Davis – Is It Something That She’s Got
    Lee Dorsey – Give It Up

    Veris & LHC (The Program)

    Nana Caymi – Cala Boco Memno
    The Deltones – Hot Pants
    Dave Andim – Mixing Jackson
    Willie Mitchell – My Babe
    Mugo – Organize (nerd alert&#33
    McKinley Sandifer – Get Up
    Nate Calliou – Funktown
    Bill Black’s Combo – Miss (something) B
    Eduardo Alayo & Siluiho – Opinge

    Sermad

    Ostari Njengi – U-bo-to pt1 (I think)
    Hoax – Pun’s Laugh
    Zappatta Schmidt – Someone In The Crowd
    Melinda OST – The Blues
    David Snell – Crab Apple Jam
    Pure Love & Pleasure – Mama Said
    Synthetic – The Man Without A Face
    Cool Beat – Downtown Otis
    Paul Dunlap – Short Trip
    Psycho Soul – Twisted Soul

    Mark Llmod1

    Max Greger – Catch Up
    Dominic Frontiere – Sunday Drivin’
    Steve Ellis – Loots The Root
    Billy Taylor – Bright Star In The East
    Wynder K Frog – Dancing Frog
    Le Bongo Rochers – French Bongo Connection
    Village Callers – Hector

    Matt Hero

    Dali Caldis - Little Drummer Boy / Frosty The Snowman (Deacon)
    John Mayall - The Bear (Decca)
    Casey & The Pressure Group - Powerhouse (Wizdom)
    Pop Concerto Orchestra - Aphrodisiac (Delphine)
    Rare Bird - Devil's High Concern (Charisma)


    Son of Stan

    wisting Kings "Congo Twist (Part 1)" (Motown 7&quot
    Diane Jenkins "I need You" (Creative Funk 7&quot
    Sandra Richardson "Stay Here With Me" (InterSoul 7&quot
    Louise Freeman "I can Do it If I see it" (UK London 7&quot
    Pat Lundi "Party Music" (Vigor 7&quot
    Identities "Hey Brother" (House of the Fox 7&quot
    Del- Reys Incorporated "Destination Unknown" (Tampete 7&quot
    The Eleventh Hour  "Hollywood Hotter " (UK 20th Century 7&quot  

    Ed, The Man

    Winans – If I Labor
    Black, White & Co – Action For Love
    Maxayn – Trying For Days
    E’olen – M’bala Fetchelen
    Oiling Boiling – Groovy Samba
    Mogul Thrash – Dreams of Glass & Sand
    Snatch & The Poontangs – That’s Life
    Black, White & Co – Keep On Dancing
    Main Ingredient – Summer Breeze

    La Soul Fiend

    Mike Ladd – Basyentized Soul
    Michel Gonet – Moon To Light II
    J.Asher – Oriental Workout
    Klauss Weiss – Productive Facilities
    Electro Harmonix Band – I Am Not A Synthesizer
    The Travellers – Anitra’s Danse
    Frode Thingaes – Wheels
    Meaty Ogre – Bell Of The Beast
    RMO – Atlantis




























































       
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  • #2
    OK, here they are....

    Dali Caldis - Little Drummer Boy / Frosty The Snowman (Deacon)
    John Mayall - The Bear (Decca)
    Casey & The Pressure Group - Powerhouse (Wizdom)
    Pop Concerto Orchestra - Aphrodisiac (Delphine)
    Rare Bird - Devil's High Concern (Charisma)

    .... I promise I will attempt to write things down next time
    Matt Hero

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    • #3
      Done.
      http://wakeupanddie.com
      http://weirdgearnyc.com
      http://makethingsmatter.com

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      • #4
        Top nite. In all the festive, ear-bending excitement i forgot to write my records down. Here they are:

        Twisting Kings "Congo Twist (Part 1)" (Motown 7&quot
        Diane Jenkins "I need You" (Creative Funk 7&quot
        Sandra Richardson "Stay Here With Me" (InterSoul 7&quot
        Louise Freeman "I can Do it If I see it" (UK London 7&quot
        Pat Lundi "Party Music" (Vigor 7&quot
        Identities "Hey Brother" (House of the Fox 7&quot
        Del- Reys Incorporated "Destination Unknown" (Tampete 7&quot
        The Eleventh Hour "Hollywood Hotter " (UK 20th Century 7&quot
        Endless Tripe

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        • #5
          Originally posted by [b
          Quote[/b] (Nick Cope @ Dec. 09 2003,10:14)]Decembers Christmas themed Brillo meet was our best turnout out yet, with 24 - count em - attendees
          Blimey!
          Let him have the lot for £2.00 - we were only going to throw 'em out anyway...

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          • #6
            that Twistin' Kings track is great. there's two comps called Jungle Exotica by the people who do the Las Vegas Grind and Sin Alley ones full of bongo-tastic R'n'B stuff like that

            also the blank in Si's set is 'A Kid Named Miles', although i thought Si played the other side 'Bumps jackson - Funky in Jamaica'. very happy to find out what that was after hearing both sides at Midwest Funk - now to find the thing...

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            • #7
              Originally posted by [b
              Quote[/b] (bongolia @ Dec. 09 2003,10:40)]also the blank in Si's set is 'A Kid Named Miles', although i thought Si played the other side 'Bumps jackson - Funky in Jamaica'. very happy to find out what that was after hearing both sides at Midwest Funk - now to find the thing...
              shouldn't be that hard surely - the label (Alatac) seems to be part of Stones Throw ( not surprising as This Kid Called Miles is the driving force behind Breakestra). We need more reggae covers of Johnny Cash songs.
              We know when a mate buys it for you too.

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              • #8
                Nick,
                the Mike Ladd was Basmentized Soul and its Time Travellers from the Herbolzheimer joint.
                Great night once again and you're on the listings with the quickness! PM me and we can work out something for the Meaty ogre 45, although the LP is out I think???

                BTW, did you walk Sermad to his door as the boy was a squishy mash up when we hugged our nighty nights!

                It was real nice to chat with some new faces, great rekids dropped and even a few girls???

                Are we losing our nerdisms boys
                I was raised by wolves

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by [b
                  Quote[/b] ]Bill Blacks Combo; Miss (something) B
                  That would be Miss Nellie B.

                  "Xado De Espantar" a funky Brazilian folk tune by Marilia Medalha was also played by us.

                  Veris and I enjoyed our curry and we enjoyed The Brillo. It was a pleasure to meet many of the VV board members. It was also nice to be able to play some tunes. Sorry we didn't have the time to drop our XMAS records.
                  records - one a week mixcloud
                  records - one a week soundcloud

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by [b
                    Quote[/b] (Nick Cope @ Dec. 09 2003,10:14)]Rich, please stop writing Rs as Es – one is a vowel, the other isn’t!

                    Rich Hero

                    Light(something) – Places on faces (some other stuff – fuck’s sake Rich, WRITE CLEARLY&#33


                    Sorry teach!!! As you're well aware, I don't know my r's from my rlbow (wacka wacka - to borrow from Rubs). It was...

                    Lighthouse - Places On Faces Four Blue Carpet Traces

                    Originally posted by [b
                    Quote[/b] ]Finally, the next Best of Brillo is scheduled for March 27, plenty of time to sign up and dig out your funky spoils!
                    You are indeed DA MAN!!! Nice one!

                    Originally posted by [b
                    Quote[/b] ]Mugo – Organize
                    You forgot to add NERD ALERT!!!. Thanks to everyone for the usual top night - especially to Hayd for the lift. Hope you enjoyed your first Brillo mate!

                       
                    You freeking scientologists are all the same, quible, dribble and then demand ice creams. Ohhhhhhhhhhh.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by [b
                      Quote[/b] (john stapleton @ Dec. 09 2003,10:44)]
                      Originally posted by [b
                      Quote[/b] (bongolia @ Dec. 09 2003,10:40)]also the blank in Si's set is 'A Kid Named Miles', although i thought Si played the other side 'Bumps jackson - Funky in Jamaica'. very happy to find out what that was after hearing both sides at Midwest Funk - now to find the thing...
                      shouldn't be that hard surely - the label (Alatac) seems to be part of Stones Throw ( not surprising as This Kid Called Miles is the driving force behind Breakestra). We need more reggae covers of Johnny Cash songs.
                      Got mine from the Fat City site last week, although they don't appear to have any in stock right now.

                      Saw The Skatalites down in Blackheath the other year and for their last number the brass section was playing the hook from 'Ring Of Fire'. I was humming that all the way home on the train. If you get the chance, go and see them - I was gutted that I was out of the country for their Dingwall's show the other week.
                      You freeking scientologists are all the same, quible, dribble and then demand ice creams. Ohhhhhhhhhhh.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by [b
                        Quote[/b] (Rich Hero @ Dec. 09 2003,11:25)]Saw The Skatalites down in Blackheath the other year and for their last number the brass section was playing the hook from 'Ring Of Fire'. I was humming that all the way home on the train. If you get the chance, go and see them - I was gutted that I was out of the country for their Dingwall's show the other week.
                        one or two old reggae records use the melody from "ring of fire" (one called "satan is public enemy number one" comes to mind). it must have been a popular tune in jamaican at some stage.
                        Endless Tripe

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by [b
                          Quote[/b] (La-Soul-Fiend @ Dec. 09 2003,10:56)]BTW, did you walk Sermad to his door as the boy was a squishy mash up when we hugged our nighty nights!

                          Are we losing our nerdisms boys
                          Apparently not..
                          Let him have the lot for £2.00 - we were only going to throw 'em out anyway...

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by [b
                            Quote[/b] (bongolia @ Dec. 09 2003,10:40)]also the blank in Si's set is 'A Kid Named Miles', although i thought Si played the other side 'Bumps jackson - Funky in Jamaica'. very happy to find out what that was after hearing both sides at Midwest Funk - now to find the thing...
                            Top Night Boys!

                            I played the "ring of fire" early on and then the Bumps Jackson side before Bill Crane (and obviously didn't write this down&#33

                            Everybody seems to be out of stock at the moment on this - it came and went very quickly. Fryer and his spy-cam are on the case for more copies though!

                            Other very slight amendments to the listing:

                            Magic Music Box – Latin Shake
                            Antonio Carlos & Jocafi – Por Cossa Senorha

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                            • #15
                              Well I thoroughly enjoyed my first Brillo!

                              A big thanks to Rich for navigating me down there and the introductions.

                              It was great to put some faces to names.

                              Great company and fantastic music too.

                              I'm definitely going to try and make it down to the next one.
                              He also contributed songs for the Jim Henson movie vehicle 'Muppets From Space'.

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