Montag, 28. Mai 2012
The unholy 80's-kraut-nonfunky-grail of US-Germany relationship! Crazy 1985 politcal-establishment with a bit of non-rap, som' electro-claps here and there, filled with orchestral-hits and successful female interjections...
Sonntag, 27. Mai 2012
Rare video of Docteur Nico performing with Tabu Ley Rochereau and his Afrisa International Orchestra. Probably from the early 1980s.
More info on http://wrldsrv.blogspot.com/
Pushing track with ya funky boogie-guitar. Has that great swing in it. Instrumental version with som' vocals integrated, works fine! From 1986 on PJ Records.
Samstag, 26. Mai 2012
"This track still has not seen an official release. It was originally supposed to see light in 1982 as the band's second single following "Cold Life." The song was recorded and a video was filmed (partially at Chicago's Metro) until Ministry decided to move to Arista Records for the release of With Sympathy." thermatedetonator
Freitag, 25. Mai 2012
Donnerstag, 17. Mai 2012
Dienstag, 15. Mai 2012
Montag, 14. Mai 2012
Amar Nath makes a living selling cinema tickets and fast food snacks outside cinema halls. He is taken under the wing of politician and chairman of "Garchen ki Party" Shankar Narayan, and is made to join the police. He falls in love with Sitaram's daughter Asha. The story revolves around Amar and how he fights evil.
watch the full movie here: Inquilaab
Trippin' out female rap with all the right ingredients. Rhymes are mostly thrown off the track, merging into nowhere, quite obscure, not everyone's cup of tea...but hey, it's a funky sound!
Freitag, 11. Mai 2012
Donnerstag, 10. Mai 2012
I know this one's an old hat... but whenever i feel lost in the world of (temporary) monster-indemanders, impossible to finds, real winners, new-discoveries, hard-to-gets become easy finds, rich tracks, poor tracks and hyper-classics i come back to Aaron to take a rest and meditate. This one is a rock that definately has maintained. AUUUM!
Mittwoch, 9. Mai 2012
journalist will be J
J: what is a family?
J: is it so hard to answer this question?
girl: of course
J: how do you think, is family something that is needed at all?
guy1: i wouldn't say so.
J: why do you say so?
guy1: well... all sorts of scandals occur, for very unimportant things,
guy2: the worst is when a wife wants crystal, and you don't want it.
guy1: for example i really don't like gold
guy1: i don't like it, it costs too much
guy3: metal (but he ment iron) is way better
J: so now your married for three months now, did you have any conflicts?
girl: no, we had some before the wedding.
J: why so? What were those conflicts about?
girl: for very small things.
J: does material welfare have a big role towards family's harmony, wellbeing?
guy2: it depends, those who want to live well (as in, be rich) does have some importance, but if want to live normally, it doesn't have any importance as long as wife and a husband get along well.
guy1: well if they don't need money but need love, it won't have any influence.
guy3: i agree with "Screw's" (nickname of guy1) opinion.
Instrumental version of this electric jam with a very funky synth- and pianoline. The drumpattern reminds me a bit of Indeep's - When boys talk, which came in 1983... Great for starting the clubnight!
Dienstag, 8. Mai 2012
The Big Break Dance Contest Live at the Roxy 1983 Full Video! This is the complete historical performance remastered from the original VHS recordings it was taped to. It's over 21 minutes of ground breaking live footage featuring 1983 B-Boy crews, the Magnificent Force, Uptown Express, the Fantastic Duo, the Flash Dancers, Larry Watson and Jason Twigg, the Heartbreakers, and the Dynamic Breakers. This B-Boy contest was hosted by Leslie Uggams, co-hosted by Carlos De Jesus, and includes celebrity judges Anita Morris, football great Hershel Walker, All My Childrens' Debbie Morgan and Darnell Williams, Earl 'the Pearl' Monroe, Disco Fever Owner Sal Abbatiello, WABC News Anchor John Johnson, Saturday Night Fever and Beat Street Choreographer Lester Wilson, and artist Lillo Thomas. Also features a short introductory documentary on the early Hip Hop culture featuring interviews with Afrika Bambaataa and other members of the Zulu Nation. On top of all that it includes a 1983 Burger King Hip Hop commercial from the airing, which was purposefully included to complete the throw-back vibe. The winners of the contest received $2500, an appearance on New York Hot Tracks, and a key roll in the movie Beat Street. If you know the movie, you know who won the contest! Enjoy!
Feel-good disco, not too bad, not too strong. No. 1 in France! Written by Copperman, M. Wickfield, P. Forest, P. Racer. who are partly resonsible for the early Sheila & B. Devotion and Black Jack works. Copperman can be found for the super-classic Moon-Birds - Cosmos No1. I know, "Oh my munich" sounds more interesting, but that one is the cheese, although Alistar from Sarr Band's – Magic Mandrake is involved.
Powerful new-wavein' disco from Portugal which is flaming my skin. Super arrangement, great horns and a killing video. For sure more effective at highest sound volume. Here we have the trippin' out Versao Nocturna for ya. More synths, less vocals, enough space....