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  • Fresh brillo may 03

    May's Fresh Brillo was yet another resounding success! Great turnout, some new faces, some of which came from beyond the message boards that we spawned from, so something's working. Now that we're just a little more organised, and in true record nerd style, here's a breakdown of who played what. Our moment in history is assured!


    Rich Hero:

    Letta Mbulu - What More Could Be Right
    April Orchestra - ??? (some track off the OTHER volume 16, i.e. the
    not as good one...)
    John Williams - Dance Of The Emperor's Cloud
    Arzachel - Queen Street Gang
    Deep Purple - Living Wreck
    Geno Washington - Different Strokes
    Slim Willis Band - Wine Me Up Baby
    Excell Wonsley - Grove Penguin

    Matt Hero:

    Oh! Calcutta! - The Power Pack (Polydor)
    Athenes Sous La Pluie - Pierre Dorsey Et Son Orchestra
    Ride My Pony - The Goodies (Decca)
    Heart Full Of Soul - The Johnny Mann Singers (Sunset)
    Outta Space - 12 Tops (Stereo Gold Award)
    J'ai Tout Lu, Tout Vu, Tout Bu - Jacques Dutronc

    Belson:

    The Candymen - See Saw
    Velvet Hammer - I don't need mary
    John Bishop - Wade in the water
    Laurence Shaull - Get out of my life woman
    Jazzberry Patch - These are my friends
    Arbee Stidham - Take the long road home
    Walter Hamilton - Don't ever hide your face
    Marion Sodd - Never get enough
    A.U.M. - Mississippi Mud
    The Purpose - Dust cracks, bugs & roaches
    Ruby Andrews - You ole boo boo you
    Early Editions - What is wrong with groovin'

    Ilmod1:

    Maxin Sellers - Some Kind of Fever (7in)
    Chris Oward Group - Call 003 (From Library Top Instrumental Music, ECAP)
    Dillard Crume and the Soul Rockers - Mother Popcorn
    The Phlorescent Leech and Eddie - I've Been Born Again
    The New Haven Womens Liberation Rock band - Prison Song
    The Mad Lads - Love is Here Today
    Mothers Finest - Feelin' Alright
    Danny Maurice et Son Orch - Hoodlum's Parade Jerk
    Professor Lett and Study - Green Power (From the lp Love Serenade)
    Jean Claude Pelletier - Hello Streakers
    Plus - Put Everything Together

    Fryer Motherfunk:
    (At point of posting, Fryer says his head is still too pickled to remember all his tracks, so here's a few. Scots can't drink&#33
    Topaz – Loverman (toxan)
    Earl Lett – Green Power (beantown)
    New Master Sounds – Nervous (kay-dee)
    Soul Tornados - Bobby's Mood
    Gladys Knight & The Pips – Got Myself A Good Man

    Nick Cope:

    Sandy Nelson - Just Like Me - Imperial LP
    Love - Doggone - Blue Thumb - LP
    Ayers Rock - Crazy Boys - Mushroom LP
    Merit Hemmingson - Domaredansen - EMI LP
    Merit Hemmingson - Ganglat Fran Ovanaker - Columbia/EMI LP
    Merit Hemmingson - Oxbergsmarschen - EMI LP
    Friends - Soul Heaven (inst) - Twinight 45
    (at this point Fryer gave me a record to play, Gerald's I believe, niice&#33
    The Wooden Glass feat Billy Wooten - Monkey Hips & Rice - Interim LP
    (Duderonomy, all the way from Oxford, stepped in to spin the next tune, good on ya&#33
    Ray Fernandez & His Family - Cookie Crumbs - LP
    Mar-Keys - Grab This Thing pt2 - Stax 45
    Dyke & The Blazers - Let a Woman be a Woman etc - Original Sound 45
    The Apostles - Six Pack - Kapp 45
    Miami - Chicken Yellow - Drive 45
    Rimshots - Concerto In F - A-1 45
    The Delta 72 - The Champ - Touch & Go 45
    Nu People - I'd Be Nowhere Today - Venture 45
    Resonance - OK Chicago - Sirocco 45
    J.J Johnson - Pull, Jabal, Pull - Sussex LP

    Ed the E Man:
    (Excellent 80s from the man, believe me, folk are gonna be diggin for this shit once again in 6 years time&#33
    David - One Movin' Man
    E.U. - somebody's ringing that doorbell
    Chuck Brown - In The Pocket
    Seawind - Watcha Doin'
    Pleasure - Thanks For Everything
    Aquarian Dream - You're A Star
    Spunk - Expose Yourself
    Janet Jackson - Young Love

    Sermad:
    (from sketchy memory banks - was he as pickled as Fryer? Me thinks so&#33
    Orchids - Yes, we can can (Major Force)
    Primal Scream Vs Jungle Brothers - PlayLoaded (Soundlybeaten)
    Quinteplus
    Das Gewitter
    Conversation Between East And West
    Panta Rhei

    Jazzman Gerald:

    Gerhard Trede & his Orchestra - Constructions - Selected Sound (Germany)
    LP
    Armando Sciasscia - Equilibrio Dinamico - Vedette (Italy) LP
    Psychedelic Aliens - Extraordinary Woman - Polydor (Nigeria) 45
    Pearl Dowell - Good Things - Saadia 45
    Soul Swingers - C'-Ba'-Dab - Topaz 45
    Curci-Costanza - Night Club - Costanza (Italy) LP
    Giovanni Tommaso - Strong Beat - SR (Italy) LP
    Made in Japan Band - Mareefer - Cenco 45
    Carlton Basco - Don't Chain my Soul - Freedom 45

    Bongolia:

    Amboy Dukes - The Marquis
    Duke of Burlington - Flash
    The Four Instants - Watermelon Man
    Howard Beaumont - Superstition
    Buddy Greco - What's Going On
    Minnie Riperton - Return to Forever
    Round Table - Spinning Wheel (Sermad's copy)
    The Folkswingers - Paint It Black
    (just time for Sermad to sneak this one on)
    Yves Hyatt - Path to Ascension

    Big thanks to Chris Loizou for supplying the ten free pints - they went to the first ten through the door - so all your juicers out there, get in early next time!

    See you all in June. By then there should be listings and flyers floating around...
    http://wakeupanddie.com
    http://weirdgearnyc.com
    http://makethingsmatter.com

  • #2
    Nick, you might want to change 'Chris Hero' to 'Rich Hero' or you'll get a hissy fit from the man himself. And that is never nice
    Matt Hero

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    • #3
      Yeah, when did I turn from a Richard to a Christopher (not that there's anything wrong with the name)???


      Thank you llmod1 for playing the request! And full marks to the Ed for pulling off a top 80's set without any irony needed. Noice!!!
      You freeking scientologists are all the same, quible, dribble and then demand ice creams. Ohhhhhhhhhhh.

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      • #4
        Apologies Rich! I'm shit with stuff like talking and names... You won't believe that amount of times I do that! By the way, here's a clever way of remembering someone's name - ask them, and then when they tell you, say "I mean your surname" like you wanna write it down or something!

        Someone told me that the other day, can't remember who though...
        http://wakeupanddie.com
        http://weirdgearnyc.com
        http://makethingsmatter.com

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        • #5
          I am in London next month so I will come too the next one.
          Looking forward...

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          • #6
            No apology necessary Nick, but thanks! And I'm already looking forward to the next one too - June 9th right?
            You freeking scientologists are all the same, quible, dribble and then demand ice creams. Ohhhhhhhhhhh.

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            • #7
              Arrrghhhh, i missed it! and im going to miss the next one, pesky exams

              looks like a pretty eclectic playlist (good idea that btw, it could get put on the flyers),

              well done e-man holding it down for the eighties ... represent!
              working together for better bass and treble

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              • #8
                I was just wondring are there any other countries represented on that night ?

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by [b
                  Quote[/b] (pokester @ 14 May 2003,15:57)]I was just wondring are there any other countries represented  on that night ?
                  We've had Cal from Australia come down in the past.

                  Also Dreidal Menorah (Soul Strut site) from LA, when he was in town.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by [b
                    Quote[/b] (Belson @ 14 May 2003,16:21)]
                    Originally posted by [b
                    Quote[/b] (pokester @ 14 May 2003,15:57)]I was just wondring are there any other countries represented  on that night ?
                    We've had Cal from Australia come down in the past.

                    Also Dreidal Menorah (Soul Strut site) from LA, when he was in town.

                    Don't forget SCOTLAND - Fryer

                    and I suppose Me and Ed could sorta represent the country of "Northernland" as well ?

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                    • #11
                      Im half iraqi...
                      www.thesoundlibrary.net <- Changed URL

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                      • #12
                        And I hail from Croydon.
                        You freeking scientologists are all the same, quible, dribble and then demand ice creams. Ohhhhhhhhhhh.

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                        • #13
                          Greeeeeeeeat&#33; I missed the whole damn shhh-bang&#33; I was over Camden way in Dingwalls to check Buck 65 and jolly good it was too&#33; Even though this meant having to trawl all the mad feedback on the night posted hither and thither&#33; Nice [esp for those of us who could&#39;nt make it] to post up everybody&#39;s sets. Nice and then again bloody frustrating to see everything I missed, shite&#33;

                          It&#39;s evident from the posts before that this is taking on a new and pretty exciting profile&#33; Does this mean that we&#39;re soon gonna&#39; bear witness to the eventual, but long overdue triumph of real music played out in a London setting?

                          The most exciting thing for me last meet was the overwhelming presence of the funk, involving the full spectrum of this music and not reducing the nights sets to the typically narrow margins which govern most proper funk do&#39;s in London. That is a blessing and reading those play lists, it&#39;s obviously continuing to broaden which is only possible with the right kind of attitude to the music [which for all the nerdy undertones of a meet like this, is as diverse and open minded as it could ever be] Damn wish I made it though&#33;
                          Here&#39;s to the next one.
                          I was raised by wolves

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by [b
                            Quote[/b] (Si Cheeba @ 14 May 2003,16:26)]
                            Originally posted by [b
                            Quote[/b] (Belson @ 14 May 2003,16:21)]
                            Originally posted by [b
                            Quote[/b] (pokester @ 14 May 2003,15:57)]I was just wondring are there any other countries represented  on that night ?
                            We&#39;ve had Cal from Australia come down in the past.

                            Also Dreidal Menorah (Soul Strut site) from LA, when he was in town.

                            Don&#39;t forget SCOTLAND - Fryer

                            and I suppose Me and Ed could sorta represent the country of &quot;Northernland&quot; as well ?
                            Ahem...
                            http://www.djhistory.com

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by [b
                              Quote[/b] (ladyboygrimsby @ 14 May 2003,18:07)]
                              Originally posted by [b
                              Quote[/b] (Si Cheeba @ 14 May 2003,16:26)]
                              Originally posted by [b
                              Quote[/b] (Belson @ 14 May 2003,16:21)]
                              Originally posted by [b
                              Quote[/b] (pokester @ 14 May 2003,15:57)]I was just wondring are there any other countries represented  on that night ?
                              We&#39;ve had Cal from Australia come down in the past.

                              Also Dreidal Menorah (Soul Strut site) from LA, when he was in town.

                              Don&#39;t forget SCOTLAND - Fryer

                              and I suppose Me and Ed could sorta represent the country of &quot;Northernland&quot; as well ?
                              Ahem...


                              Sorry Bill - you are just &quot;Truly International&quot;

                              NY - London - Lincolnshire (that&#39;s not proper North&#33

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