NO CONDITION IS PERMANENT [Episode #45 ~ 11-15-14]

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The new sound was born sometime in the mid-1890s, in the working-class black clubs and honky-tonks near the poor Uptown neighborhood soon to be known as Black Storyville. You could hear it in the venues on and around South Rampart Street—at Dago Tony’s, the Red Onion, Odd Fellows Hall—or farther afield in the “Negro dives” on the other side of Canal. For a time, the music was known only to those who flocked to such places, the so-called ratty people—“the good-time, earthy people,” as one musician of the day defined them. But before too long, the new sound was also being heard in parks, on street corners, in dance halls, and in places well beyond the confines of the city’s destitute black neighborhoods. And that, naturally, was when the trouble started.

– Gary Krist, Empire Of Sin: A Story Of Sex, Jazz, Murder And The Battle For Modern New Orleans

You may acquire Episode 45 HERE.

As follows, our musical selections within each of the four sets comprising Episode 45 of NO CONDITION IS PERMANENT: 

THE FIRST SET

The Modulations – “Love At Last” – It’s Rough Out Here

Exile One – “Funky Crookie” – Club Africa Vol.2 – Hard African Funk, Afro-Jazz, & Original Afro-Beat

T. Rex – “Mambo Sun” – Electric Warrior

The Astronauts – “Baja” – The Birth Of Surf

Omar Khorshid – “Wadil Muluk (Valley of the Kings)” – Guitar El Chark

Tito Puente – “Mambo Inn” – The Complete 78s, Volume 3

Pete De Bree – “Long Tall Lou” – Dirty Boogie: The Fortune Records Story

Manuel B. Holcolm & his Band – “Kick Out-Ins” – Funky Crimes

THE SECOND SET

The Detroit Cobras – “Hot Dog (Watch Me Eat)” – Baby

The Studio Sound – “Give Me Some More” – Funky Kingston 2 – Soul Power: Reggae Dance Floor Grooves 1968-74

Laika & The Cosmonauts – “The Avengers” – The Amazing Colossal Band

Thanh Nam “Tếu” 11 – “Bonanza (Bát Ghen)” – Hồ #1 Roady Music From Viêtnam

The Empire – “Everybody Dance Now” – Hootchie Cootchie

The Emanons – “Calypso Bop” – Jungle Exotica

James Chance & The Contortions – “Flip Your Face” – No New York

Bootsy Collins – “Take A Lickin’ & Keep On Kickin’” – The One Giveth, The Count Taketh Away

The Pirates – “Peter Gunn” – Out of Their Skulls

The Blue Birds – “Hussani Lal Qalander” – Pakistan: Folk and Pop Instrumentals 1966-1976

The New Swing Sextet – “Para Ustedes” – Monkey See, Monkey Do

THE THIRD SET

Unknown Artist – “I’m Gonna Destroy That Boy” – Munster Singles Club 45rpm

Group Inerane – “Nadan Al Kazawnin” – Guitars From Agadez (Music of Niger)

Wynonie Harris – “Adam, Come And Get Your Rib” – The Henry Glover Story: Drown In My Own Tears 51-61

Salim I – “Songket Hitam” – Pulsating Strings: A Collection of Psychedelic Asian Guitar Music

Various Artists – “Radio Tangier Internationale” – Radio Morocco

Swinging Machine – “Do You Have To Ask” – Aliens, Psychos and Wild Things. Rare and Unissued Virginia Garage 1964-1967

Big Youth – “Natty Universal Dread” – Natty Universal Dread – Reggae Phenomenon (1973-1975)

Jody Harris & Robert Quine – “Termites Of 1938” – Escape

Formula 7 – “Trouble” – Captain’s Crate

Ramones – “I Don’t Wanna Walk Around With You” – Ramones

THE FINAL SET

Pamelo Mounk’a & les Bantous de la Capitale – “Nora Mensah D’Adjame” – Pamelo Mounk’a & les Bantous de la Capitale

The Super Stocks – “Midnight Run” – Toes On The Nose

Mickey Baker – “Steam Roller” – R&B Hipshakers, Volume 2: Scratch That Itch

Chaino – “Ubangi Rock” – Frolic Diner Vol. 5

Captain Beefheart & His Magic Band – “Zig Zag Wanderer” – Safe as Milk (mono)

Ben E. King – “Supernatural Thing (Part 1)” – Sweet Soul Music: 24 Scorching Classics From 1975

Small Faces – “Become Like You” – The Darlings Of Wapping Wharf Laundrette

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