It's time for a holiday spectacular with Keria! No xmas tunes, just the hits for 3 hours straight. Featuring Ray Anthony, David Joseph, Ingram, Les Baxter, S-Tone Inc., Sugar Babe and many more. Happy holidays right in your eardrums... ~ ~ ~
Miharu Koshi - ポケットいっぱいラブソング
The Gap Band - Outstanding
Ray Anthony - It's The Swim (By Jim)
Lionel Hampton - Indiana
Art Farmer - I Remember Clifford
Tatsuro Yamashita - Paper Doll
Sadao Watanabe - Samba Do Marcos
David Joseph - You Can't Hide (Your Love From Me)
Herbie Hancock - I Thought It Was You
Mort Garson - Swingin' Spathiphyllums
George Duke - Brazillian Love Affair
Toshiko Akiyoshi – Lew Tabackin Big Band - Strive for Jive
Pumpkin - King Of The Beat
Ingram - DJ's Delight
The Russell Brothers - The Party Scene
Beastie Boys - Brass Monkey
Benny Golson - The New Killer Joe
Eddie Lund and his Tahitians - Mama Iti E
The Malahinis - Hawaiian Wedding Bells
Les Baxter - Voodoo Dreams / Voodoo
Martin Denny - Stone God
Hans Koller's New Jazz Stars - Sound-Koller
Manny Albam - Ernie Wilkins and Their Orchestra - Sixth Movement - The Octopus
This week, Sam and Geneva celebrate the return of The KLF to the music industry by taking a look at their fourth studio album "The White Room." Released in 1991, the sound of this album was dubbed stadium house and was followed by the duo's abrupt exit from the music industry in 1992.
Cunk, (Said very carefully) are here in the studio with more gear than a Northern Bass veteran, to giz us some tracks old and new. Come for the synths, stay for the falsetto. Find them on ya socials as Cunk.mp3.
Anniversary albums is back for 2021 and this year we are looking at years with a 1 or 6.
To kick things off, Sam and Geneva pay tribute to the late MF DOOM by remembering his group KMD and their second studio album "Bl_ck B_st_rds." Recorded in 1993, the album only saw a release in 2001 after the record label refused to release it due to the controversial album cover.
For the final anniversary albums episode for 2020, Sam and Geneva take a look at Parliament's Mothership Connection. Released in 1975, this album was a classic 70s funk album that explored afro-futuristic space themes and was an important album in the development of g-funk.
This week, Sam and Geneva take a look at Warm Leatherette, the forth studio album from Grace Jones. Released in 1980, this album marked the start of her succesful partnership with Sly & Robbie and her golden period in the 80s.