NO CONDITION IS PERMANENT [Episode #40 ~ 09-27-14]

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Destiny. Do you really believe in destiny? Things happen because you make them happen. There’s no such thing as destiny or fate or any of that. Everything seemed impossible to the Sex Pistols—even gaining an audience. During our heyday, it was the arty-farty lot—the socialites and trendies—who would come to the gigs. I especially liked the working-class bit creeping in. That didn’t appeal much to Malcolm McLaren and his friends because they were pushed to the back of the hall very quickly. Those were chaotic days. The only real violence we would get would never be from our audiences, it would be from outsiders—usually the men wearing blue uniforms. The regular boot boys—football hooligans—never needed victims. They were vicious gangs of drunkards that roamed the streets looking for anything to prey on, as long as there were fifteen of them and one of you. The skinheads were fizzling out in 1976. Skinhead gangs were fighting too much among themselves to be much bothered by anything else. There were rightist skinhead gangs and very left-wing extremist skinheads. The whole thing became more of a fashion thing as the real skinhead movement had come and gone a long time before—between 1966 and 1969. They evolved out of the mod thing with their very sharp, neat style of dress. When it was rejuvenated in the seventies, it was completely different. It was no different from the punk imitators who grabbed on to the idea of one steady uniform being rigidly adored. I’ve always hated the idea of a uniform. If you have any kind of a movement at all, you should reject things like that. You’re not moving, plus it’s sterile.

~ John Lydon, Rotten: No Irish, No Blacks No Dogs

You may acquire Episode 40 HERE.

As follows, the selections within the four sets comprising Episode 40 of N.C.I.P…. 

THE FIRST SET

Allen Matthews – “Allen’s Party” – Feeling Nice Vol 2 – A Collection Of Super Rare & Super Heavy Funk 45s From The Late 60s & Early 70s

Orchestre Poly-Rythmo de Cotonou – “Gbeti Ma Djro” – African Scream Contest

The Challengers – “Telstar” – The Best Of The Challengers

The ‘5’ Royales – “Right Around The Corner” – The King A&B Sides

Radio Oran Aircheck – Radio Algeria

Unknown Artist – “Ma Yefareqna El Zaman” – Choubi Choubi! Folk & Pop Songs from Iraq vol. 2

The Answer – “I’ll Be In” – Garage Beat ’66 Vol.3: Feeling Zero

Dogliotti – “Negro En Sol Menor” – Movers!

Los Shains – “Sahins A Go Go” – Los Nuggetz: 60’s Punk, Pop and Psychedelic from Latin America

Masao Yagi – “Zenka Onna Koroshibushi M-12” – Killing Melody: Instrumental Music From Japanese Pinky Violence Movies

Mr. C & Funck Junction – “Hot Butter ‘n All – Part 2’ – Funky Crimes

THE SECOND SET

Orlando Julius with the Heliocentrics – “Love Thy Neighbour” – Jaiyede Afro

Gregory Isaacs – “Mr. Brown” – Front Line Presents Dub: 40 Heavyweight Dub Sounds

John Brim – “Movin’ Out” – All Night Rhythm & Rock

The Detroit Cobras – “He Did It” – Life, Love and Leaving

Ali Hassan Kuban – “Ya Nubiyyah” – Walk Like A Nubian

Kako – “Cool Jerk” – Boogaloo Pow Wow

Ike Turner and his Kings of Rhythm – “The Rooster” – Ike’s Instrumentals

Gnonnas Pedro – “Yiri Yiri Boom” – Sofrito: Tropical Discotheque

THE THIRD SET

Kokolo – “More Consideration” – More Consideration

Fender Four – “Margaya” – Strummin’ Mental 5

Sly Stone – “(I Just Learned How To) Swim” – Seventh Son

The Invaders – “Spacing Out” – Spacing Out

Al Casey – “Surf’s You Right” – Jivin’ Around

The Contours – “Whole Lotta Woman” – Witchcraft In The Air Detroit Soul 1957-1962 Vol. 1

The Strangers – “Onye Ije” – The World Ends: Afro Rock & Psychedelia In 1970s Nigeria

Charlie Palmieri – “El Manicero” – 25 Versiones Classicas De El Manisero

Dara Puspita – “Pesta Pak Lurah (Mr. Lurah’s Party)” – Dara Puspita 1966-1968

THE FINAL SET

The Overnight Players – “Shaka The Great” – Channel 1 • Well Charge

Johnny Griffith (acc. by Billy Sha-Raes Band) – “Do It” – The World Needs Changing • Street Funk & Jazz Grooves 1967-1976

The Feelies – “Everybody’s Got Something To Hide (Except Me And My Monkey)” – Crazy Rhythms

The Royal Rhythms – “Lovey Dovey” – All Killer! No Filler! Vol.1

Shorty Long – “Out To Get You” – Motown Floorshakers: 40 Northern Soul Classics CD2

Johann Johannsson – “10 Rokkstig” – Dis

Holger Czukay – “Persian Love” – Movies

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