Lot of French disco 🙂
In the pursuit of arousing curiosity and discoveries,
Samad JBLE introduces a show where the lack of pattern or predictability is crucial.
A random sequence of music that has no order and does not follow a clear pattern or combination.
Samad JBLE: https://www.facebook.com/jble3000
Cadavre Exquis “CDXQ”: https://www.facebook.com/cdxq.fm
Maj Duckworth is Celebrating the legendary James Brown’s Birthday and his contribution to Hip Hop with a twist on the usual theme. This week is all HipHop that’s sampled, Mr Dynamite. Moving through the 80s into the 90s and a small taste of some 2000 era HipHop, all taking inspiration from the Godfather of Soul and his music.
Throughout the show Maj Duckworth will be giving you a musical education with some James Brown facts and the Drum section is back, but just a little different, it’s all songs that have used the famous Funky Drummer Break.
Hope you enjoy
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Tags: Tags: brown, Funk, Hackney, Hip Hop, james, Jazz, London Fields Radio, Music, sample, Soul, The Wilton Way Cafe
Posted on: May 23, 2017
Dan Jose returns to LFR, hungover, un-motived, and with a disorganised bag of records.
All vinyl if that is important to you.
Catch him djing this Friday @ brilliant corners 8-L8, for his yearly party DUST -Free entry-
Tags: Tags: Alternative, East London, Electronic, Electronica, Funk, Hip Hop, House, Imaginary Soundtracks, London Fields Radio, Soul, The Wilton Way Cafe
Posted on: May 7, 2017
Sample Nation #7 Nas
Back again Maj Duckworth celebrates 23 years since the release of the seminal album “Illmatic” breaking down the original Funk, Soul and Jazz samples used in the creation of Nas classic tracks. Expect samples to HipHop bangers such as One Love, Live at The BBQ, Thief’s Theme, and he’ll continue to drop many a Nas Fact throughout
Hope you enjoy the samples
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Tags: Tags: Disco, East London, Funk, Hackney, Hip Hop, Imaginary Soundtracks, Jazz, London Fields Radio, sample, Soul, The Wilton Way Cafe
Posted on: May 5, 2017
One week before the French Presidential election, and with the far-right extremist Marine lePen in the finale, Samad and Lexus decided to go back to a time when Rap lyrics meant something. When it was political and more than just making music, it was an activist movement, and a statement to be “a Rapper”. 1992-1999 aka the golden age of French rap.
PS: This show was purposely recorded in lower quality to enhance the immersion in the French 90’s era. No, just kidding, we f*cked the recording.