November 24, 2008

"It's so easy to be wicked without knowing it, isn't it?"

I'm bringing it back on down again. I feel like I have been too hard on y'all, pushing my noisy tastes on y'all and such. This is gonna make it all better. It's quiet at times, raucous at others, but not too raucous. This stuff is all pure funk, jazz, and bebop...brusquely shaken, and infused with some international flavor. Perhaps it is too sleepy for a Monday, or even a Tuesday, but here it is anyway. In your respective faces, everyone! With love, from me.

Fantastic Life!

Bush Taxi Mali-Sanan Korya
Bix Beiderbecke-Blue River
Roger & the Gypsies-Pass the Hatchet pt.1
Alice Coltrane- Turiya and Ramakrishna
The Peps-My Love Looks Good On You
Odell Brown-Raise the Roof
WedeÌ €DJign-Antchi Ene'I
Raymond Scott-Good Air
Boscoe-Money Won't Save You
Gnawa Music of Marrakesh-Toura Toura Tour Kelilah
Bezoz Hawaiian Orchestra-Pame Sti Honolulu
Cousin Leroy-Up the River
Wendy Carlos-William Tell Overture (Abridged)
Clave'-Coca Leaf
Mickey Baker-Do What You Do
Super Soline D'Haiti-Noel
Dirty Three-Last Dance
Ken Nordine-Black
Sweet Violet Boys- They're Burning Down the House I was Brung Up In


Dr. Mystery said...

This one looks good. I think I've started about eight mix tapes and two iPod playlists with Pass the Hatchet. I love that song. I love that Boscoe song, too.

Mr. Krotpong said...

Pass the Hatchet is a classy number, what can I say?