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  • Brillo july 2004 report & playlist

    Brillo playlist: July 2004

    First of all, a big hand for Brother Logic, who’s good natured generosity provided many free drinks for the Brillo Boys! You see, there was a surplus from the postage payments from the recent CD swap. Simon kindly donated the £30 to the bar... And so began the inner workings of a vast conspiracy to bring absolute pain to may head this morning...

    Things eventually got under way when a delegation of Brillionaires got back from the curry house:


    Paul (Son of Stan)

    Pentangle – Travelling Song
    Ian Green – When You Luv...
    Madeline Bell – It Happened One Night
    Otis Waygood – Get It Started
    Brian Bennet – Pegasus
    Brigati – Groovin’
    Main Ingedient – Rolling Down A Mountainside
    Imperials – Another *
    Super Erotica – Lost In Space

    Michael Bongolia III

    Lonnie Smith – Mama Wailer pt2
    B.B. King – Ghetto Woman
    Ruth Brown – I Don’t Know
    Willie Dixon – When Will It End
    Andrew Brown – For Liz
    Johnny Otis – The Hash
    Eddie Holman – You Know That I Will
    Veda Brown – Fever
    Paul Mauriat – I Feel Love
    Kalyanji Anandji – Dance Music (there’s another version of this on another Bollywood – Ed?)
    Ray Barretto – Babalu
    Chocolat’s – Voltaire Pier
    The Preacher – Black Moses

    Ed ‘The Man’

    Alex Harvey Band – Outer Boogie
    Fanny Hill – Time For The Children
    Clodagh Brothers – Under The Boardwalk
    Ron Steele – Lament
    Yellowjackets – Sittin On It
    Lee Ritenour – Captain Fingers
    Cook County – Space Dancin
    Grupo Irakere – Bacalao Con Pan
    Roundtable – Eli’s Comin (from all good record stores&#33

    Nick

    Bill Hemmans & Clay Composite – Summertime
    Bobby Bland – Sad Feeling
    Bobby Bland – I’m So Tired
    Dizzy Gillespie – Turkey Fan
    Eddie Bo & Inez Cheatham – Lover & A Friend
    Mod Singers – I’ve Got To Space
    Bernard Purdie – Soul Drums
    Sir Stanley – Are You Man Enough
    SOD – Too Loose To Get Tight
    Sir Stanley – I Believe (I Found Myself)
    Mikis Theodorakis – Café Rock
    Pierre Henry – Jerhico Jerk

    Mark Llmod1

    Jack Arel – Purpose
    Bob Azzam – Tricky Soul
    Apres Ski OST – Le Grand Marc
    Ben & The Plantano Group – Castil Battle
    Nowy – Blue Silver
    Catch Up II – Back To Ali Conte
    From – Lollipop Mainliner
    Los Chorbos – Sones Del Chicharro
    Jean Claude Pelletier – To Streak With The Devil
    Boogaloo Combo – Hot Pants Road
    Magnum – Evolution
    Marvin Holmes – Ooh Ooh The Dragon
    Spencer Jackson Family – Walk Up Moses

    FryerÂ’s shiny new trainers

    Cal Tjader – The Fakir (?)
    Joe Buerger – Jos Funky
    Little Ann – What Should I do
    King Tutt – You’ve Got Me Hung Up
    Bileo – You Can Win
    Masterforce – Don’t Fight The Feeling
    Cheryl Dorsey – If You Want Your Man

    Got too drunk after this point – the end



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  • #2
    Sorry to have missed that one - still, I had a bit of a night on the tiles meself.

    Hit the Jazz Cafe to see probably the most gifted of soul singers that I've ever seen. You can shove ya Joss Stone where the sun don't shine, I can tell thee!! It's all about Anthony Hamilton. Probably one of the best gigs I've been to.....period.

    That followed by a visit to the Spiderman 2 premiere after party. Muchus funnus. Spent a large part of the night with Avid Merrion, mocking McFly and trying to get the blokes from Busted to swear. And the DJ for the barbecue area was playing a few Mod spins as well - which was nice! Emerged from the quagmire at 3am.

    Surprisingly spritely, I am.

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    • #3
      Belson, I can' t believe you passed on free Brillo beer for quality soul and glitzy starstudded movie premiers - how tedious... That's like rolling over Nora Batty to get to Cat Deeley, have you lost your mind?
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      • #4
        Originally posted by [b
        Quote[/b] (Nick Cope @ July 13 2004,12:24)]Belson, I can' t believe you passed on free Brillo beer for quality soul and glitzy starstudded movie premiers - how tedious... That's like rolling over Nora Batty to get to Cat Deeley, have you lost your mind?
        Sorry, mate - but leaving the venue 'with' Brian May and Anita Dobson was funny. A flurry of flash bulbs for the famous twosome, a 'Gettoutovit' for Greg and Mel.

        And the Spidey Slings, kind of a variant on a Singapore Sling were, alack, free also.

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