March & April 2012 Music

Two months at once because I'm an idiot and locked myself out of my FTP.

The Alessi Brothers - Seabird

Aretha Franklin - Bridge Over Troubled Water // Skylark
Finally found the sample source of my favorite song of 2010.

Azealia Banks - Fuck Up the Fun f. Diplo // L8R

Björk - Mutual Core

Bob Azzam & His Orchestra - Batucada Por Favor

Brentford Road All Stars - Love At First Sight

The Dave Pike Quartet - Why Not
Vibraphonist Dave Pike's response to Miles' legendary So What. Interesting to hear Bill Evans playing in response to a song he was a part of (and was one of his last recordings as a session player).

Dave Van Ronk - In the Pines

Devon & Brentford Rockers - Sexual Healing Version

Doreen & Alton - I'm Still In Love (Version)

Ebo Taylor & Uhuru-Yenzu - Love and Death

Iron Maiden - Children of the Damned

J Dilla - Marvin & the Fam

Jack White - Freedom at 21

Jerry Butler - (Strange) I Still Love You

Kid A - BB Bleu // PPPONEY

Lee Fields & the Expressions - You're the Kind of Girl

Lyn Christopher - Take Me With You

Nas - The Don

Novos Baianos - Acabou Chorare // Brasil Pandeiro

Oneness of Juju - African Rhythms // Funky Wood

Prince - Vibrator (Unreleased Vanity 6 Song)

Risco Connection - Ain't No Stopping Us Now

Sabu Martinez - The Oracle

Secos & Molhados - Assim Assado // Fala // Prece Cosmica // Primavera Nos Dentes
I love this album! Heard it playing at Tropicalia in Furs, the Brazilian record shop in the East Village. I like to think Primavera Nos Dentes is a weird Portuguese version of Neil Young's Down By the River

Zoot Simms - See Them A Come


James Joyce or Kool Keith?

Peanut Butter Wolf and Mike D sitting around playing records and bullshitting on the newest Stones Throw podcast.

Tito Puente on Sesame Street:

Bone Pugz-N-Harmony:

An Adrian Younge video:

A surreal Italian short film featuring Chet Baker wandering around:

Just found this Richard Brautigan album (download here).

It was meant to be the third album released by the Beatles' spoken word and avant garde Zapple Records label following John and Yoko's Unfinished Music No. 2: Life With the Lions and George Harrison's Electronic Sound. The company folded before it came out.

And lastly, Michael Jackson narrates the LP version of E.T.!

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