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    Anyone here checked the Finewine's WFMU show with Dante Carfagna guesting on? It's being discussed over at deepfunk... Just heard it and some of the tracks are fucking amazing... especially toward the end. The more unusual end of the funk spectrum and dare I say more compatible with Brillo/Vulture ears...



    Feb 27 show


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    I'm really enjoying this. Loads of my kind of 'funk'.
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    • #3
      Most of it&#39;s a bit too scratchy for me, I think, but I rather like that &quot;You Made Me Supper&quot; bluesy tune. Anyone know who it&#39;s by?
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      • #4
        Originally posted by [b
        Quote[/b] (ladyboygrimsby @ Mar. 02 2004,16:58)]Most of it&#39;s a bit too scratchy for me, I think, but I rather like that &quot;You Made Me Supper&quot; bluesy tune. Anyone know who it&#39;s by?
        &#39;You made me suffer&#39;, by Andrew Brown.

        As far as I know there&#39;s only a couple of these in the collectors world. One Shadow has and the other Dante - unless it&#39;s the same copy acquired in a trade.

        I&#39;ve seen the label (brown text on a yellow label), and it looks low, low pressing run (if any). Type written label an&#39; all that.

        He has done a couple of other 45&#39;s for different labels - blues outings. &#39;Suffer&#39; is a beast of a tune that I would like very much - I haven&#39;t turned up as much as a sniff for this, and I&#39;ve been asking. The DFer&#39;s know it, but there isn&#39;t any news of unearthing any more just yet.

        I guess a few grand might get you the one or two in Dantes/Shadows posession.

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        • #5
          You Made Me Supper, as Bill put it, is in the first batch of Dante&#39;s tracks, maybe the second one in. It&#39;s easy to spot cos it has killer drums and the guy is moaning about his gravy being too lumpy...
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          • #6
            Originally posted by [b
            Quote[/b] (Nick Cope @ Mar. 02 2004,17:08)]You Made Me Supper, as Bill put it, is in the first batch of Dante&#39;s tracks, maybe the second one in. It&#39;s easy to spot cos it has killer drums and the guy is moaning about his gravy being too lumpy...
            Hey, but as Romeo Solid put&#39;s it &#39;It&#39;s All Gravy&#39;. I know I really shouldn&#39;t bother asking, but how common is that Little Beaver tune? Should I bother keeping an eye out for it at CR:UK?
            You freeking scientologists are all the same, quible, dribble and then demand ice creams. Ohhhhhhhhhhh.

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            • #7
              They&#39;re all quite hard to find. As Finewine himself put it &quot;I&#39;m proud that I only have two of the tracks Dante has played tonight&quot; or something like that. If you know of Finewine, then you&#39;ll know that Dante&#39;s tracks are right up there...
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              • #8
                You Made Me Supper is a great name for a song, and I&#39;m deeply disappointed that it&#39;s something more prosaic. It is, indeed, all gravy, not to mention Horlicks and choccie biscuits.

                Oh and Monsieur Belsdon, if you ever do get a copy (or it&#39;s comped) let me know&#33; Definitely the stand-out track for me on that mix. Supper&#39;s ready&#33;
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                • #9
                  Yeah, everyone&#39;s feeling that one. I just think Dante&#39;s guest spot was a pleasure to listen to and a reminder of just how many millions of wacked out tunes there are out there in the funk 45 world alone, as opposed to hearing the same old trophies on other specialist radio shows that are only getting plays to further certain egos and that are in fact, a bit boring.
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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by [b
                    Quote[/b] (ladyboygrimsby @ Mar. 02 2004,17:24)]You Made Me Supper is a great name for a song, and I&#39;m deeply disappointed that it&#39;s something more prosaic.
                    Someone call Rik Waller now&#33;&#33;&#33; Something along the lines of...

                    &quot;You made me supper/
                    And you did the washing/
                    And the ironing/
                    But now that you&#39;ve gone I don&#39;t know what to do...&quot;

                    Or...

                    &quot;You made me supper/
                    But I didn&#39;t stay for breakfast...&quot;
                    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] (Nick Cope @ Mar. 02 2004,18:28)]Yeah, everyone&#39;s feeling that one. I just think Dante&#39;s guest spot was a pleasure to listen to and a reminder of just how many millions of wacked out tunes there are out there in the funk 45 world alone, as opposed to hearing the same old trophies on other specialist radio shows that are only getting plays to further certain egos and that are in fact, a bit boring.
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                      • #12
                        On a similar tip Eothen &#39;Egon&#39; Alapatt&#39;s set on KCRW from a few months back is a real treat too.

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                        • #13
                          The 45 king set is also sweet on KCRW .. did everyone see that little video of him on 2 Vestax portables, needle dropping, chopping, doubleing all 45&#39;s it was amazing. I&#39;ve still got it if anyone has the space to host it (10mb odd).
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                          • #14
                            I like Dantes taste (what I know of it) - I was kinda hoping Midwest Funk would have been a great stage to hear it (minus the Wanda Davis, Nick ; ) - but one thing about Trouble is he hates even slightly rocky guitars. I was playing a gig with him once, and played one tune that all the Brillo-ers loved - Rod Lumpkin on Black Rock. Within a minute he was next to me voicing his disgust and asking me to take it off.

                            Funny thing was, some dude came up and asked me what that incredible tune was 2 minutes later - the only such enquiry all night. Let&#39;s face it &#39;Black Chains...&#39; ain&#39;t Trouble at all.

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                            • #15
                              His Joshness played a copy of that Andrew Brown track on Giles Peterson (last year I think..?) and you could hear that it was warped as fonk - I can&#39;t really hear through my shitty little headphones what sort of state Carfagne&#39;s is in, but it would be a shame to think that both copies are manked... if it ever does get comped though...

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