February 2012 Music

Sorry if this is super Jamaican-heavy but I'm half done wading through the complete Studio One singles:

Art Blakey & the Jazz Messengers - Moanin'

Arthur King - Fear

Bone Thugs-N-Harmony - East 1999

The Brentford All-Stars - Blue Moon

The Darling Dears - And I Love You

Devon & the Soul Vendors - Get Ready Version

Freddie & Fritzy - Do Good
It's long since proven that kids singing reggae is irresistible

The Gladiators - Big Boo Boo Dey // Fling It Gimmie

The Hood Internet - When the Night Knows (Whitney Houston x Chromeo)

J-Dow - So Easy f. Busta Rhymes

Ken Parker - Before and After

Lloyd Williams - For Your Love

Nancy Wilson - Guess Who I Saw Today

The O'My's - Simply Beautiful

Rev. Robert Wilkins - The Prodigal Son
Covered but not credited by the Stones

Richard Ace & the Sound Dimensions - Can't Get Enough

Roberta Flack - Ballad of the Sad Young Men

SBTRKT - Hold On (Sisi BakBak Remix)
Word on the street is Sisi BakBak may also go by the name Thom Yorke

Schlachthofbronx - Slowine

Wayne Shorter - Face of the Deep


RIP Don Cornelius:

A cut guitar solo from Here Comes the Sun:

Joan Baez on Bob Dylan's writing process:

It reminds me of James Joyce talking about Ulysses: "I've put in so many enigmas and puzzles that it will keep the professors busy for centuries arguing over what I meant, and that's the only way of insuring one's immortality."

A video compilation of fake bands:

Sun-Ra's Space Is The Place is now on YouTube:

?uestlove, Q-Tip, DJ Premier, and Pete Rock's hour long sets on Hot 97's Black Fist Fridays.

And this:

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