NO CONDITION IS PERMANENT [Episode #97 ~ 07-09-16]

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pictured: Prince Far I at work.

Every episode of No Condition Is Permanent is about music, despite whatever else might occur during those two hours it occupies each Saturday evening. And yet so little is ever said about the show’s core programming. Let’s take a moment to redress this oversight, shall we? Overall, this past Saturday’s four sets of music cruised well in excess of the posted limit, as they ought to do. The first set kicked off with an Arabic revision of a Barry White chestnut, and went from there to uptown New York boogaloo, extra-trashy surf instrumentals, West African funk, eccentric reggae, mod dance floor ravers from the U.K. and an all-girl Michigan garage band. The following three sets were cut from the same cloth, all of these providing an appropriate soundtrack for bad behavior. The crowd at the Purple Bat Lounge were into it. Distracted by these tough, cool sounds, few if any noticed that co-host Lee-Roy was absent from the bar when a neighboring house caught fire…but that’s another story. It’s really all about the music, which you’ll  understand once you click immediately below. Tune in anyways…

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The contents of the four sets comprising Ep. 97 of No Condition Is Permanent are as follows:

THE FIRST SET

Malik Adouane — “Love’s Theme” — Orient and Funk Music (Remixes), Vol. 1

The Immortals — “Hot Tears” — Beginners’ Guide To African Funk

The Surf Ramblers — “Surf Beat” — Instro Inferno 4: Tuff Stuff

Small Faces — “Grow Your Own” — Our Generation: 75 Mod Classics, A Way Of Life

Johnny Colon — “What You Mean” — The Bad Boogaloo: Nu Yorican Sounds 1966-1970

Max Romeo And The Upsetters — “Norman’ — War Ina Babylon

The Pleasure Seekers — “What A Way To Die” — Friday At The Hideout: Boss Detroit Garage 1964-67

IT’S MADISON TIME…

Black Belt Jones & Hit

Tony Hernandez & the Latin-Liners — “Jo Tex” — Funky Crimes

THE SECOND SET

Chessmen — “The Bird Train” — Souvenirs of the Soul Clap: Volume 1

Tapper Zukie — “Black Cinderella” — Man Ah Warrior

The Fallen Angels — “Bad Woman” — I Was A Teenage Caveman

Die Sputniks — “Etage 8” — L’amigamore Tanzmusik aus der DDR von 1963 bis 1970

Patrinell Staten — “Little Love Affair” — Let’s Boogaloo Vol.5

Terry & The Topics — “Where’s My Pussycat” — Twistin’ Rumble!! 1

Necessaries — “You Can Borrow My Car” — Spy 45rpm

The Teen Beats — “Califf Boogie” — Godfathers Of Psychobilly

Ralph Weeks With The Telecasters — “Gua Jazz” — Panama! 3: Calypso Panameno, Guajira Jazz & Cumbia Tipica On The Isthmus 1960-75

Bob Seger & The Last Heard — “Persecution Smith” — Michigan Nuggets

THE THIRD SET

Very Be Careful — “Planchame La Ropa” — El Grizz

Rico Rodriguez — “Magic” — Roots Of Ska ’42-’62: Rhythm & Blues Shuffle

Calvin Arnold — “Funky Way” — Soulin’ Vol. 3

Super Eagles — “Love’s a Real Thing” — World Psychedelic Classics, Vol. 3: Love’s a Real Thing

Timmy Thomas — “Funky Me” — Miami Sound: Rare Funk & Soul From Miami Florida 1967-1974

Captain Beefheart and The Magic Band — “Boogler Risin’” — Brown Star Sessions ’72

Googie Rene & His Wham Bams — “Wham Bam” — The Dreamers: They Sing Like Angels

The Kinks — “I Need You” — The Mono Kollectables Volume 1

The Hippy Boys — “Death Rides” — Blow Mr. Hornsman: Instrumental Reggae, 1968-1975

Fred Bridges — “Baby Don’t You Weep” — Witchcraft In The Air Detroit Soul 1957-1962 Vol. 1

THE FINAL SET

Akoya Afrobeat Ensemble — “Mutiny” — Introducing The Akoya Afrobeat Ensemble

Incredible Casuals — “Crazy Girl” — That’s That

Les Loups Noirs D’Haiti — “Jet Biguine” — Afro Tropical Soundz Vol.1

Jimmy Bryant — “Ha-So” — Ecco-Fonic 45rpm

Candy & The Kisses — “The 81” — Do ‘The 81’ And Other Soul Classics

Julio Gutiérrez And Los Guajiros — “Quimbombo Con Mofongo” — The Rough Guide To Cuban Rare Groove

Prince Far I — “Psalm 95” — Psalms For I

754buckley   HIS LORDSHIP SPEAKS…

Alan Vega and Martin Rev — “Las Vegas Man” — Suicide (Second Album)

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