NO CONDITION IS PERMANENT [Episode #144 ~ 11-25-17]

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Another evening at the Purple Bat Lounge, this one featuring a peculiar variant on beer pong invented by bartender LaWanda and DJ & co-host Lee-Roy. The game in question involved pork rinds and, of course, a Lee-Roy Cocktail™ and was played at some risk to those patrons positioned between the far end of the bar and the DJ booth. Between rounds many great tunes were spun, listeners learned of a righteous Blaxploitation twin-bill at The Madison and Uncle Morty parked his dreadful former ice cream truck by the curb, doling out an old favorite. Music was heard, risks were incurred and — thankfully — all those participating got out alive. (Well, at last count…to the best of our knowledge.) Experience this past Saturday as it played out down Brush Street way, in the safety of your own home, simply by clicking in the right spots immediately below. Tune in anyway…

 

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The contents of the four sets comprising Ep. 144 of No Condition Is Permanent are as follows:

THE FIRST SET

O’Jays — “Used To Be My Girl” — So Full of Love

Sewa Jacintho — “Secret Populaire” — Akwaba Abidjan: Afrofunk in 1970s Ivory Coast

Alan Caddy — “Workout” — Phantom Guitars Vol 2: An Outbreak Of Twangin’

Horace Andy — “I & I” — In The Light Dub

The Bar-Kays — “Soul Finger” — Mod Anthems Vol. 2

Chicha Libre — “La Plata (en mi Carrito de Lata)” — Canibalismo

Hank Marr — “Marsanova” — R&B Hipshakers Vol. 2: Scratch That Itch

France Gall — “Laissier Tomber Les Filles” — C’est Chic! French Girl Singers Of The 1960s

IT’S MADISON TIME…

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B.W. Souls — “Marvin’s Groove” — Funky Crimes

THE SECOND SET

Mario Allison y su Combo — “Cumbayea” — La Onda Vampi

The Rumblers — “Here Comes The Bug” — Intoxica! Strange and Sleazy Sounds From The SoCal Suburbs

Aimé Orchis Mathey — “Tralala Vo Dou” — Togo Soul 70

Smokey Johnson & Company — “The Funkie Moon” — Absolute Funk 4

Aurelia “Aura” Lewis — “Can’t See You” — Jamaica Soul 3 : A Serious Selection Of ‘Groovy Hits’ From Lee Perry’s Productions (1969-1977)

Guess Who — “It’s My Pride” — Nuggets II: Original Artyfacts From The British Empire & Beyond 1964-1969

Group Kalasin — “Instrumental Lam Sing” — Molam: Thai Country Groove From Isan Vol. 2

Fay Simmons — “Big Joe Mambo” — Jukebox Mambo: Rumba and Afro-Latin Accented Rhythm & Blues 1949-1960

Ali Hassan Kuban — “Malu Malu (Why?)” — Real Nubian: Cairo Wedding Classics

Round Robin Monopoly — “Little People” — Ancestors Of Rap: A Collection Of Highly Underrated Prototype Rap Songs

THE THIRD SET

Camilo Azuquita — “Borombon” — Panama! 2: Latin, Calypso & Funk On The Isthmus 1967-77

Captain Beefheart And The Magic Band — “Big Eyed Beans From Venus” — Clear Spot

Big Youth — “Every Nigger Is A Star” — Natty Universal Dread: Reggae Phenomenon (1973-1975)

Moony Moon — “What About Mars” — Feeling Nice Vol. 4

Beyaz Kelebekler — “Esmerim” — Turkish Freakout: Psych-Folk Singles 1969-1980

The Undertones — “My Perfect Cousin” — An Introduction To The Undertones

Tito Puente — “Mambo Rama” — The Complete 78s Vol. 3

Frank Zappa — “Tell Me You Love Me” — Chunga’s Revenge

Adnan Othman — “Hamba Terima” — Bersyukor: A Retrospective of Hits by a Malaysian Pop Yeh Yeh Legend

THE FINAL SET

MC5 — “Looking At You [Original Single Version]” — A-Square 45rpm

Ginger Johnson And His African Messengers — “Allege” — African Party

Wire — “Outdoor Miner” — Chairs Missing

Willie Colon — “Willie Baby” — El Malo

The Mohawks — “The Champ” — The Champ

Jackie Mittoo — “Champion Of The Arena” — Champion in the Arena 1976 – 1977

Roxy Music — “Out Of The Blue” — Country Life

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White Noise — “Love Without Sound” — An Electric Storm

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NO CONDITION IS PERMANENT [Episode #143 ~ 11-18-17]

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Pictured: Ruby & The Romantics.

Nothing denotes this past Saturday evening as truly extraordinary when considered for its content alone: Four sets of mood-altering music spun by Reeshard & his (mostly) faithful pit bull Lee-Roy, the house deejays at The Purple Bat Lounge; Uncle Morty stopped by at the prescribed hour with special medication; a twin-bill of movies about rock groupies played at The Madison; and something approaching a great time was had by all concerned. There was the matter of Reeshard inadvertently procuring a spiked cough drop from bartender LaWanda’s handbag, the less of which said, the better. No, what made this episode unique was its unavailability in the moment of its broadcast, owing to Luxuria Music’s treacherous house computer-cum-tiki-shaped personal massage device — a.k.a. Luxotron — taking a dump earlier in the evening. So it is, dear readers, that only you will experience the fun & frivolity of Episode 143, by clicking appropriately, just a few pixels south of where you’re reading now. Tune in anyway…

 

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The contents of the four sets comprising Ep. 143 of No Condition Is Permanent are as follows:

THE FIRST SET

Bettye Swann — “Kiss My Love Goodbye” — Mod Anthems: Original Northern Soul, R’N’B & Ska Classics

C.K. Mann & Carousel 7 — “Funky Hilife” — The Shrine Presents Afrobeat

The Eccentrics — “Podunk Holler” — Shout! Northwest Killers Vol. 2 – 1964-1965

Moncho Lena Y Los Ases Del Ritmo Con Mon Rivera — “Guaracha Y Cha Cha Cha” — ¡Saoco! Vol. 2: Bomba, Plena & the Roots of Salsa in Puerto Rico 1955-1967

Al Casey — “The Hearse” — Lost Legends Of Surf Guitar, Vol. 4: Shockwave!

St. Vincents Latinaires — “Broasted Or Fried” — Hugo Mendez Presents Tropical Funk Experience: Island Jump Up – Caribbean Funk, Soul, Reggae, Calypso and Afro Grooves 1968-1975

Eddie Kochak — “Mambo Arriba” — Jukebox Mambo Vol. 3

The Prophets — “Jaco” — Loch Ness Monster

IT’S MADISON TIME…

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The Belles — “Melvin” — Malamondo 2

THE SECOND SET

Omar Khorshid — “Aziza” — Guitar El Chark

Ramones — “She’s The One” — Road To Ruin

Fela Kuti — “Wayo” — The ’69 Los Angeles Sessions

Jim Pipkin & The Boss Five — “Walkin’ The Duck” — Feeling Nice Vol. 4

Afrosound — “Carruseles” — The Afrosound of Colombia Vol.1

Les Fleur De Lys — “Mud In Your Eye” — The In Crowd: UK Mod R&B Beat 1964-1967

Pan Ron — “Rom Jongvak Twist (Dance Twist)” — Cambodian Rocks

Calvin Boze — “Safronia B.” — ‘Black’ Rock ‘N’ Roll – Savage Kick Vol. 01

Takeshi Terauchi & The Bunnys — “Kokkyo No Machi (Border Town)” — Guitar Mood Vol. 2: More Rare Instrumentals from the New and Olde Worlds

The Bikinis — “Crazy Vibrations” — Las Vegas Grind! Vol. 3

THE THIRD SET

Pazy & The Black Hippies — “Elizabeth” — Wa Ho Ha

The Vaqueros — “Vagabond Fever” — Waikiki Surf Battle

Inner Circle & The Fatman Riddim Section — “Fidel At The Control” — Heavyweight Dub

Ruby & The Romantics — “Our Day Will Come” — Early Girls Volume 2

Los Yabar Juniors — “Marionetas” — Chicha for The Jet Set

ESG — “Erase You” — A South Bronx Story

Koudede — “Golf” — Guitars From Agadez Vol. 5

Vicky Gomez — “Boys Are A Dime A Dozen” — The Jerk Boom! Bam! 4

Very Be Careful — “La Gata Perdida” — Escape Room

THE FINAL SET

Speedy West & Jimmy Bryant — “The Night Rider” — Stratosphere Boogie: The Flaming Guitars of Speedy West & Jimmy Bryant

Francis Kingsley — “Assalam Aleikoum, Pt. 2” — Akwaba Abidjan: Afrofunk in 1970s Ivory Coast

The Heartbreakers — “Love You ‘Till The Day I Die” — Dangerous Doo-Wop 3

Los Sabios Del Ritmo — “Cholita” — Andina: Huayno, Carnaval And Cumbia – The Sound Of The Peruvian Andes 1968-1978

Wire — “The 15th” — 154

Adnan Othman & the Rhythmn Boys — “Budi Bahasa” — Pop Yeh Yeh: Psychedelic Rock from Singapore and Malaysia 1964-1970 Vol. 1

Googie Rene — “Rebecca” — Walk On The Wild Side: The Jazz Side Of Mod

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Lou Reed — “Satellite Of Love” — Transformer (2006 Japanese Remaster)

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NO CONDITION IS PERMANENT [Episode #142 ~ 11-11-17]

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The Purple Bat Lounge, that most frabjous spot in an otherwise vorpal neighborhood, doesn’t amount to much when considered by its physical attributes alone. Four walls, the bar (manned by the incomparable LaWanda), a pool table and the DJ booth occupied by Reeshard & Lee-Roy. The street door was nailed shut long ago — the alleyway door, right next to the bar’s vaunted Outdoor Patio, has provided sole access for as long as anyone can recall. There’s a basement as well, but no one talks about that. Given that the decor mostly comprises a pickled egg jar, a few tacked-up pages from old Hilda calendars and a wall-mounted condom dispenser near the Women’s, one could see where hyperbole might expire quickly within the Purple Bat’s confines. Yet the concatenation of weird experiences squeezed into last Saturday evening by DJ Lee-Roy (including our dog’s meditation on the erotic possibilities within TV’s Romper Room) confounded the ability of anyone listening to take it all in. Fortunately, you can experience said evening plus four sets of stormin’ music in the safety of your home, simply by clicking in the right spots immediately below. Tune in anyway…

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The contents of the four sets comprising Ep. 142 of No Condition Is Permanent are as follows:

THE FIRST SET

Detroit Emeralds — “You Want It You Got It” — You Want It You Got It

Eko Roosevelt — “Manyaka” — Eko Roosevelt 1975 – 1982

The Velvet Illusions — “Hippy Town” — Acid Head

Joe Cuba Sextette — “Siempre Sea” — Diggin’ The Most

The Cannons — “Bush Fire” — Phantom Guitars Vol 2: An Outbreak Of Twangin’

Lloyd Charmers — “Travelling On” — Doing Our Thing: More Soul From Jamdown 1970-1982

Big Bertha — “Little Daddy” — Jukebox Mambo Vol. 3

Los Stop — “Extende Tus Brazos” — Los Nuggetz: 60’s Punk, Pop and Psychedelic from Latin America

IT’S MADISON TIME…

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Billy Martin & the Soul Jets — “Funky Feelin’” — Funky Crimes

THE SECOND SET

St. Maarten’s The Rolling Tones — “It’s A Feeling” — Let’s Boogaloo, Vol. 6: Explosive Deep Funk, Northern Soul & Dancefloor Jazz En El Barrio ’14

Johnny Thunders — “Pipeline” — So Alone

Horace Andy — “Fever Dub” — In The Light Dub

Mark III Trio — “Good Grease” — Dr. Boogie Presents Heavy Jelly

Phirpo Y Sus Caribes — “Y Esa Pava Que?” — Parrilla Caliente

The Haunted — “1-2-5” — Amy 45rpm

Cuarteto Don Ramon Martinez — “Chicano Boogie” — Pachuco Boogie Featuring Don Tosti

Hal Hopper — “Wild Kisses” — Kem 45rpm

The Apostles — “Oshi Onwu” — Onye Akpa / Oshi Onwu (Academy Special Single Series)

Don & the Galaxies — “Sundown” — Born Bad Vol. 8

THE THIRD SET

Ebony Rhythm Band — “Soul Heart Transplant” — Soul Heart Transplant: The Lamp Sessions ’69

Trio Select — “Qui Li Bois” — Plein Caille

Hasil Adkins — “She Goes Like This” — Look At That Caveman Go!

Koudede — “Adounia” — Guitars from Agadez Vol. 7

Larry Clinton — “She’s Wanted In Three States” — Groovin At The Go Go: The Northern Soul Of Philadelphia

The Upsetters — “Kiss Me Mix (Exclusive Dub Plate Mix)” — The Return Of Sound System Scratch (More Lee Perry Dub Plate Mixes & Rarities 1973-1979)

Les Fleurs De Lys — “Circles” — Immediate Mod Box Set

Francisco Fellove — “Bomboro Quiña, Quiña” — The Rough Guide To Cuban Rare Groove

Dottie Campbell — “He’s About A Mover” — Pow City!

THE FINAL SET

The Ribbons — “Ain’t Gonna Kiss Ya” — The Golden Age Of American Rock ‘N’ Roll, Vol. 5

Los Compadres Del Ande — “El Lorcho” — Andina: Huayno, Carnaval And Cumbia – The Sound Of The Peruvian Andes 1968-1978

Shoes — “Do You Wanna Get Lucky” — Black Vinyl Shoes

Docteur Nico et l’African Fiesta Sukisa — “Soy del Siboney” — Les Plus Grands Succes Zaïrois Vol.1

The Counts — “Rhythm Changes” — What’s Up Front That Counts

Charanjit Singh — “Main Tasvir Utarta Hoon – Claviolin (Heera Panna)” — Instrumental Film Tunes

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Rolling Stones — “Moonlight Mile” — Sticky Fingers

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NO CONDITION IS PERMANENT [Episode #141 ~ 11-04-17]

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Lots of fantastic music, four sets’ worth in fact…that’d be good, right? Stir in the unruly patrons of The Purple Bat Lounge, an endlessly entertaining bunch. Season this admixture with the promise of some weird old movies playing at The Madison and a generous helping of whatever Uncle Morty was dealing from the side window of his former ice cream truck and last Saturday evening seemed like the recipe for a lead pipe cinch. Not necessarily, as it transpired, at least not for esteemed pit bull DJ Lee-Roy, who missed the marauding bikers he invited to the bar a fortnight ago. It seems that, without Satan’s Sadists on campus, the dog adopted a ‘glass half-empty’ take on his immediate surroundings. Fortunately, his guardian and co-host Reeshard rallied to his pal’s plight, offering a broader perspective, one easily chased with a Lee-Roy Cocktail™ crafted by bartender LaWanda. Our favorite pit bull’s outlook improved, and so can yours, simply by clicking in the right spots immediately below. Tune in anyway…

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The contents of the four sets comprising Ep. 141 of No Condition Is Permanent are as follows:

THE FIRST SET

Eddie Kendricks — “Let Me Run Into Your Lonely Heart” — Keep On Truckin’: The Motown Solo Albums Vol.1

Afro Soul System — “Tink Tank” — Akwaba Abidjan: Afrofunk in 1970s Ivory Coast

The Shady Daze — “I’ll Make You Pay” — 2131 South Michigan Avenue: 60’s Garage And Psychedelia From U.S.A. And Destination Records

Sorn Petch Pinyo — “Laek Laow Deum Nom” — Siamese Soul: Thai Pop Spectacular Vol. 2

Bill Doggett — “Stop That Twistin’ In Here” — Walk On The Wild Side: The Jazz Side Of Mod

Tadashi Kinoshita — “Jigoky No Tenshi Akai Bakuon” — Killing Melody: Instrumental Music From Japanese Pinky Violence Movies

The Pastels — “Jungle Run” — Ark 45rpm

Eddie Palmieri — “African Twist” — Explosivos : Deep-Soul From The Latin Heart 1966-70

The Squires — “Going All The Way” — Nuggets I: Original Artyfacts From The First Psychedelic Era

IT’S MADISON TIME…

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The Deadly Ones — “Monster Surfing Time” — It’s Monster Surfing Time!

THE SECOND SET

Cozy Cole — “The Pogo Hop” — King 45prm

Joe Gibbs & The Professionals — “Angolian Chant” — African Dub All-Mighty Chapter 3

Johnny Jones & The King Casuals — “It’s Gonna Be Good” — Dr. Boogie Presents Wasa Wasa: Fabulous Rhythm ‘n’ Blues Shakers on the Dancefloor! 1952-1968

Los Blue King’s De Ñaña — “El Rey Loco” — El Sonido De La Carretera Central: Con El Rey De La Guitarra Teo Laura

Link Wray and His Ray Men — “Dueces Wild” — Dancehall Stringbusters

Kalyanji Anandi — “African Dance (From “Aamne Saamine”, 1967)” — Jonny Trunk & Joel Martin Present Bollywood Funk Experience

Rudy Ray Moore — “Rally In The Valley” — I Still Hate CD’s: Norton Records 45 RPM Singles Collection

Chango Y Su Conjunto — “Salsa 73” — Peru Maravilloso: Vintage Latin, Tropical & Cumbia

Bob Kayli — “Tie Me Tight” — Witchcraft In The Air: Detroit Soul 1957-1962 Vol. 1

Angkanang Kunchai — “Yak Si Glap Isan” — The Sound of Siam 2: Molam & Luk Thung Isan from North-East Thailand 1970-1982

The Vibrators — “Mad Man Shuffle” — Black Rock Rhythm Meat

THE THIRD SET

Parliament — “Funky Woman” — Osmium

Jays — “Pretty Looks” — Channel 1 • Well Charge (NME Cassette)

Danny Dell & The Trends — “Froggy” — Sin Alley Vol. 1

The Lat-Teens — “Me Gusta Asi” — The Lat-Teens

Willie Egans — “Wow Wow” — Bump Jump Jive, Vol. 1

Orchestre Poly-Rythmo De Cotonou — “Avoun Doupou Me Douga” — The Kings Of Benin Urban Groove 1972 – 80

Kid Creole & The Coconuts — “He’s Not Such A Bad Guy After All (12″ B-Side)” — Off The Coast Of Me (Re-Mastered)

Cumbia All Stars — “La Cumbia del Parisino” — The Rough Guide To Psychedelic Cumbia

THE FINAL SET

Salah Ragab & The Cairo Jazz Band — “A Tribute To Sun Ra” — Egyptian Jazz

The Rolling Stones — “Poison Ivy” — The Rolling Stones

Lee And The Blue Bells — “Tighten Up” — Scratch and Company: The Upsetters Chapter 1 (mono)

Alan Vega and Martin Rev — “Radiation” — Suicide (Second Album)

Omar Khorshid — “El Helwa Di” — Live In Australia 1981

Sugar Pie Desanto — “Witch For A Night” — Go Go Power: The Complete Chess Singles 1961-1966

Tito Chicoma Y Su Orquesta — “Fat Mama” — Gozalo! Bugalu Tropical Vol. 1

Frantic Johnny Rogers — “Sassy” — T-Bird Party! A Swangin’ Slew O’ Greasy R&B 1957-64

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Francis Bebey — “My Tropical Flower” — Pygmy Love Song

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NO CONDITION IS PERMANENT [Episode #140 ~ 10-28-17]

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Halloween is the preferred holiday of those who frequent the Purple Bat Lounge…and why not? It’s got everything going for it: Mandated over-indulgence in food that’s truly bad for you; frolicking in the dark while wearing a mask (costume optional); a surfeit of trashy monster-themed novelty records; weeks’ worth of horror programming in the media leading up to the day…AND No Condition Is Permanent made its debut within the Luxuria Music weekly schedule exactly four years ago on Halloween. This past Saturday bore witness to: The bar’s annual costume competition, with a bottle of Four Roses as first prize; a double feature of horned-out vampire movies playing at The Madison; four storming sets of the aforementioned novelty singles spun by DJ’s Reeshard & Lee-Roy; and the delivery of a little something-something from Uncle Morty’s Midnite Mobile Dispensary™, doubtless chased with a Lee-Roy Cocktail™. Thus fortified, one felt ready to straddle a broom with impunity. The Purple Bat’s Halloween was unique (and then some), happening mercifully at some physical distance from wherever it is that you live. Be grateful you can experience this by vicarious means, simply clicking in the right spots immediately below. Tune in anyway… 

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The contents of the four sets comprising Halloween Ep. 140 of No Condition Is Permanent are as follows:

THE FIRST SET

[Intro Bed Music:] The Essex — “Cemetary Stomp” — Lost Legends Of Surf Guitar, Vol. 1: Big Noise From Waimea!

The Fleshtones — “Screamin’ Skull” — Hexbreaker!

Don Sonrabiab — “Soul Dracula” — Thai Beat A Go-Go Vol. 3

The Drivers — “Dry Bones Twist” — King Records Story: Only Young Once ’62

King Horror — “Dracula Prince of Darkness” — Loch Ness Monster

Bobby Bare — “Vampira” — I Was A Teenage Brain Surgeon

The Five Jones Boys — “Mr. Ghost Goes To Town” — Kogar’s Spooky Spectacular

Sonny Day — “Creature From Outer Space” — Horror Hop

The Keytones — “I Was a Teenage Monster” — Halloween Nuggets: Monster Sixties a Go-Go

The Frantics — “Werewolf” — Born Bad Volume 3

IT’S MADISON TIME…

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The Poindexter Bros. — “The Booga Man” — Malamondo 5

THE SECOND SET

The Moontrekkers — “Night Of The Vampire” — Vampires Cowboys Spacemen And Spooks: The Very Best Of Joe Meek’s Instrumentals

LaVern Baker — “Voodoo Voodoo” — Blues, Blues, Hoodoo Halloween: Scary Jazz and Blues from 1925 to 1961

Round Robin — “I’m The Wolfman” — I Was A Teenage Brain Surgeon

The Blackstones — “Os Monstros” — Haunted Halloween

The Castle Kings — “You Can Get Him Frankenstein” — Atlantic ’61 / ’62: Gems from the Vaults: Up On The Roof

Jack & Jim — “Midnight Monster Hop” — I Was A Teenage Brain Surgeon

Los Sleepers — “Zombie” — Kogar’s Spooky Spectacular

Los Africanos — “Monster Party” — Let’s Boogaloo, Vol. 6: Explosive Deep Funk, Northern Soul & Dancefloor Jazz En El Barrio

Count Down & the Moonsters — “Hindu On a Honda” — Malamondo 5

The Ventures — “He Never Came Back” — Halloween Instrumentals

Christine Pilzer — “Dracula” — Femmes De Paris, Vol.1

THE THIRD SET

The Devils — “The Exorcist” — Ain’t Nothin’ ‘Bout ‘Gator Huntin’!

Morgus & the 3 Ghouls [Dr. John] — “Morgus The Magnificent” — The Dr. John Anthology

Baron Daemon & The Vampires — “Ghost Guitars” — Wavy Gravy 45rpm

The Magics — “Zombie Walk” — Haunted Halloween

Johnny Fever — “Zombie” — Kogar’s Spooky Spectacular

The Crystals — “Vampire” — Mercury Rock & Roll Party

Bo Diddley — “Bo Meets The Monster” — Oh Yeah!

Lenny Bruce — “My Werewolf Mama” — The Real Lenny

The Emersons — “Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde” — I Was A Teenage Brain Surgeon

Lon Chaney Jr. — “Spider Baby Theme” — Spider Baby Soundtrack

Terry Teene — “Here Comes the Hearse” — Halloween Nuggets: Monster Sixties a Go-Go

THE FINAL SET

The Cramps — “Big Black Witchcraft Rock” — Fiends Of Dope Island

Aural Exciters — “Emile (Night Rate)” — Spooks In Space

Holger Czukay, Jah Wobble & Jaki Liebezeit — “Twilight World” — How Much Are They EP

The Revels — “Midnight Stroll” — Lux and Ivy’s Favorites Vol 5

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Brother Theodore — “Horror of the Blood Monsters” — Lowbrow Vol.1: Sweet Beat

Screamin’ Jay Hawkins — “Feast Of The Mau Mau’ — Spellbound!

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Anton Sandor LaVey — “Satan Takes A Holiday” — Lux & Ivy’s Favorites Vol.3

 

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NO CONDITION IS PERMANENT [Episode #139 ~ 10-14-17]

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Pictured: King Tubby.

It began innocently enough. Then again, most catastrophes do. Reeshard was walking Lee-Roy through Harmonie Park in downtown Detroit and encountered a motorcycle club gathered near a public fountain, making a transaction. His dog became friendly with their dog and, next thing you know, Lee-Roy offered them a round at the bar where both he and his legal guardian spin records. All this, by way of setting the stage for last Saturday when Satan’s Sadists, taking our pit bull DJ at his word, appeared at The Purple Bat Lounge. Between selections during four sets of biker-appropriate tunes, Reeshard noticed several choppers parked next to the pool table, and knew that the evening was en route to Hell. Lee-Roy, on the other hand, had a great time. He canoodled with the gang’s mascot (a huge lady pit bull named Queenie) and scored a canister of something unusual when Uncle Morty’s truck pulled up…and the latter, put charitably, transformed the evening. So much else happened, about which you can learn in the safety of your own home by clicking in the right spots below. Tune in anyway…

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The contents of the four sets comprising Ep. 139 of No Condition Is Permanent are as follows:

THE FIRST SET

Earth Wind & Fire — “Shining Star” — Sweet Soul Music: 24 Scorching Classics From 1975

Tala A.M. — “Gotam” — African Funk Experimentals 1975 to 1978

The Bobbies — “Orangutang” — Ikon Records Story

Adnan Othman — “Mari Ka-Laut” — Bersyukor: A Retrospective of Hits by a Malaysian Pop Yeh Yeh Legend

BIg Walter & The Thunderbirds — “Watusi Freeze” — Rock’N’Roll Versus Rhythm And Blues

Los Reyes ’73 — “Adeoey” — Revolucion! Original Cuban Funk Grooves 1967-1978

Ike & Tina Turner — “Finger Poppin’” — Mod Anthems Vol.2

The Techniques — “Just One Smile” — Winston Riley’s Rock Steady & Early Reggae 1968-1969

IT’S MADISON TIME…

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The Space Walkers — “The Invader” — It’s Monster Surfing Time!

THE SECOND SET

Willie Colon — “Skinny Papa” — El Malo

Jan Davis — “Pooky” — Boss Guitar!

Ginger Johnson and His African Messengers — “A You Momma” — African Party

Jimmy Soul — “Everybody’s Gonna Ape” — Dr. Boogie Presents Wasa Wasa: Fabulous Rhythm ‘n’ Blues Shakers on the Dancefloor! 1952-1968

Jean Paul El Troglodita — “Blue Beard” — ModPeru: Latinoamerica Got Soul

Nathaniel Mayer With The Fortune Braves — “I Want Love And Affection (Not The House Of Correction)” — Romp! Stomp! and Grind! 25 Obscure’n Wicked R’n’B And Soul Stomps

Lord Kitchener — “Love in the Cemetery” — Calypso. Musical Poetry in the Caribbean 1955-69

Jerry Cole & His Spacemen — “Power Surf” — Power Surf! The Best Of Jerry Cole & His Spacemen

Sunil Ganguly — “Rote Huye Hain Sab” — Bollywood Steel Guitar

THE THIRD SET

Somo Somo — “Mosese 2000” — Womad Talking Book: Africa

The Sonics — “Cinderella” — Boom!

Sinn Sisamouth , Ros Serey Sothea , Pan Ron & Dara Chom Chan — “Maok Pi Naok (Where Are You From?)” — Cambodian Rocks

The Pretty Things — “Baron Saturday” — S.F. Sorrow (mono)

Docteur Nico et l’Orchestre African Fiesta — “Paquita” — African Serenades Vol 31: Dr. Nico Special

The Robins — “White Cliffs Of Dover” — Dangerous Doo-Wop 1

Ali Hassan Kuban — “Ana Ries Kenalky” — Nubian Magic

Orgone — “Swinging Grits” — Fuzzed Up

Lou Garno Trio — “Muy-Sabroso” — Soul Explosion

THE FINAL SET

Bob Segar & The Last Heard — “Heavy Music Pt. 1” — Cameo-Parkway ‘57-‘67

Orchestre Poly-Rythmo — “Gbeti Madjro” — Cotonou Club

Skull Snaps — “I’m Your Pimp” — Highland Room (24 Highlights From Blackpool Mecca’s The Golden Era)

Sima Bina — “Naz Kardanet Vaveyla” — Pomegranates: Persian Pop, Funk and Psych of the 60’s and 70’s

The Shangri-Las — “Give Him a Great Big Kiss” — Myrmidons of Melodrama

King Tubby & The Upsetter — “Luke Lane Rock” — King Tubby Meets The Upsetter At The Grass Roots Of Dub

The Red Crayola — “Hurricane Fighter Blues” — Born Bad Vol. 4

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NO CONDITION IS PERMANENT [Episode #138 ~ 10-07-17]

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Pictured: Link Wray Airline tribute guitar.

Last Saturday evening brought yet another episode of No Condition Is Permanent, the show that will share its M&M’s with you…well, maybe not the green ones. It also brought Indian Summer, or the Detroit variant thereof, to the Purple Bat Lounge. Of course, for DJ Lee-Roy, warmer temperatures compelled a trip to the bar’s Outdoor Patio, the better to watch the carriage lamp-style bug zapper fry some cockroaches imported from Madagascar by B’wana Don’s pet store, just down the block. Fellow DJ Reeshard remained indoors, doing his part to maintain a salubrious atmosphere by spinning a few dozen tunes, any one among these capable of breaking a lease. The Madison ran a voodoo-themed double feature and, sensing a trend in the offing, Uncle Morty stopped by to deliver a voodoo-themed canister. Lee-Roy grabbed it immediately and took off for the patio. To learn what transpired thereafter, you’ll be clicking in the right spots, a few pixels below. Tune in anyway…

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The contents of the four sets comprising Ep. 138 of No Condition Is Permanent are as follows:

THE FIRST SET

Don Renaldo Strings — “Fiddlin’ Around” — The Best of Disco Demands: A Collection of Rare 1970s Dance Music

Ofege — “Adieu” — Nigeria Rock Special: Psychedelic Afro-Rock & Fuzz Funk in 1970s Nigeria

X-Terminators — “X-Termination” — Strummin’ Mental 4

The Son Of P.M. — “Luk Tung Klong Yao” — Shadow Music Of Thailand

El Klan — “Cold Sweat” — Good God! Heavy Funk Covers of James Brown From All Over The World 1968-1974

Los Beta 5 — “Beteando” — Cumbia Beat Vol.1

Link Wray And The Raymen — “Mustang” — Mr. Guitar

Earth & Stone — “Future” — Kool Roots

IT’S MADISON TIME…

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Glenda & Glen — “Voodoo Doll” — 60 Songs From The Cramps Crazy Collection

THE SECOND SET

Sonny Fishback — “You Ain’t Goin’ Nowhere” — Black Rock Rhythm Meat

Fruko Y Sus Tesos — “A La Memoria Del Muerto” — Colombia! The Golden Years of Discos Fuentes 1960-76

The Gauchos — “Good & Bad” — Las Vegas Grind! Vol. 3

Herman’s Allstars — “Nightmare” — Blow Mr. Hornsman: Instrumental Reggae 1968-1975

Big John & The Buzzards — “Your Cash Ain’t Nothin’ But Trash” — The Okeh Rhythm & Blues Story 1949-1957

Ros Sereysothea — “I Want to Shout” — Dengue Fever presents Electric Cambodia

New York Dolls — “Don’t Start Me Talkin’” — Too Much Too Soon

Koudede — “Souvenir” — Guitars from Agadez Vol. 7

The Rhythm Surfers —“502” — Rock Out Of This World Vol. 3

THE THIRD SET

Hasil Adkins — “Can’t Help It Blues” — Out to Hunch

Louie Ramirez — “Violents Guaguanco” — Louie’s Grooves: Latin Soul, Jazz & Boogaloo

Mojo Watson — “Look-A-There” — ‘Black’ Rock ‘N’ Roll: Savage Kick Vol. 1

The Versatiles — “Push It In” — The Reggae Train: Joe Gibbs & Friends 1968-1971

Everyday People — “(Loose Booty) Is A Real Thing” — Eccentric Soul Omnibus Vol. 1

Charanjit Singh — “Yeh Dosti – Transicord (Sholay)” — Instrumental Film-Tunes

Lee David — “Temptation Is Calling My Name” — The Northern Soul Story Vol. 3: Blackpool Mecca

The Techniques — “Gambling” — Techniques In Dub

The Rolling Stones — “It’s All Over Now” — Singles Collection: The London Years

THE FINAL SET

Red Hewitt and the Buccaneerse — “D.J. Blues” — Lux and Ivy’s Favorites Vol. 15

Zouzou — “Il Est Parti Comme Il Était Venu” — Toujours Chic! More French Girl Singers Of The 1960s

Morine & The Zercons — “Let A Woman Through” — Talkin’ Trash

Coupé Cloué — “Mango” — Maximum Compas From Haiti

The Del-Satins — “Teardrops Follow Me” — Dance Floor Winners Vol. 2

Magdy Shabeeni — “Ya Dunnya Ley (World, Why This Injustice)” — Yalla: Hitlist Egypt

Dave Hamilton — “Blue Vibes” — Detroit City Grooves

Los Hijos del Sol — “Si Me Quieres” — The Roots of Chicha: Psychedelic Cumbias from Peru

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The Answers — “Fool Turn Around” — Teenage Shutdown Vol. 5: Nobody To Love

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NO CONDITION IS PERMANENT [Episode #137 ~ 09-30-17]

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Pictured: The Stooges Mk II.

As we all know, those adorable little madeleines triggered oceans of memories for Marcel Proust. Turns out that another French delicacy, a kitchen counter-top’s worth of profiteroles in this case, function in much the same fashion for DJ Lee-Roy. Amidst four sets of noisy, distorted, thumping, FUN music spun by our favorite pit bull and his guardian Reeshard, the dog spent some time recalling his romance with Martha Stewart’s chow chow. The affair hit the rocks on account of the aforementioned desserts, but that’s Lee-Roy’s tale to tell. Luckily Uncle Morty turned up in front of The Purple Bat at just the right moment with a canister of Sun Ra, which improved the mood overall. Others in attendance capable of remembering — and there weren’t many so equipped — say they had a good time, and you can too, simply by clicking in the right places below. Tune in anyway…

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The contents of the four sets comprising Ep. 137 of No Condition Is Permanent are as follows:

THE FIRST SET

Ohio Players — “Love Rollercoaster” — Honey

The Hygrades — “Rough Rider” — The World Ends: Afro Rock & Psychedelia In 1970s Nigeria

The A-Bones — “Lug Nuts” — Free Beer For Life

Adnan Othman — “Doa Ku” — Bersyukor: A Retrospective of Hits by a Malaysian Pop Yeh Yeh Legend

The Whips — “Yes Master” — Dore 45rpm

The 107th Street Stickball Team / The Nitty Gritty Sextet — “Something New” — 107th Street Stickball Team: Saboreando Pot Full Of Soul

The Spencer Davis Group — “I’m A Man” — Our Generation: 75 Mod Classics, A Way Of Life

Sharero Band Feat. Faadumo Qaasim — “Qays Iyo Layla (Romeo & Juliet)” — Sweet As Broken Dates: Lost Somali Tapes From The Horn Of Africa

IT’S MADISON TIME…

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The Tweeters — “Mascara Mama” — Malamondo 1

THE SECOND SET

Orchestre Bantous-Jazz — “Emilie Wa” — Compilation Musique Congolaise 1962-1973

The Smacks — “Reckless Ways” — Aliens Psychos & Wild Things 2

Willie Colon — “Borinquen” — El Malo

Johnnie Morisette — “I’m Hungry” — Ancestors Of Rap: A Collection Of Highly Underrated Prototype Rap Songs

Prince Philip Smart — “Stealing Version” — King Tubby & Friends: Dub Like Dirt 1975-1977

Captain Beefheart And The Magic Band — “Clear Spot” — Clear Spot

Los Ecos — “Aqui En La Fiesta (I Don’t Want To Spoil The Party)” — Cumbia Beat Vol.1

Eddie Daniels — “Hurry Baby” — Desperate Rock ‘n’ Roll, Vol. 1

Jacob F. Desvarieux & Georges Decimus — “Mwen Envi Ou” — Goree

THE THIRD SET

The Hot Tamales — “Hum Double Bubble” — Granpa’s Gully Rock: 25 Dynamite R&B Gems, Vol. 3

Derrick Morgan — “Hold You Jack” — Bunny Lee: Jumping With Mr. Lee 1967-1968

The Premieres — “Firewater” — Mad Mike Monsters: A Tribute To Mad Mike Petrovich Vol. 3

Ginger Johnson And His African Messengers — “Adura” — African Party

Ruth Brown & Group — “Mambo Baby” — Ai! Si! Si!: Mambo & Latin Flavoured Rhythm & Blues

Dara Puspita — “Pantai Pataya (Pataya Beach)” — Dara Puspita 1966-1968

The Catalinas — “Banzai Washout” — Lost Legends of Surf Guitar, Vol. 2: Point Panic!

Abelardo Carbonó — “Ején En Acordeón” — El Maravilloso Mundo de…

Jimmy Trotter — “Hungry And Thirsty” — Black Rock Rhythm Meat

Unknown Artist — “Choubi Choubi” — Choubi Choubi (Folk And Pop Songs From Iraq)

Brass Rail — “Penguin Pt. 2” — The Philly Sound Get Down: Funky Philly Instrumentals

THE FINAL SET

Pamelo Mounk’a — “Ce N’est Que Ma Secrétaire” — Samantha

The Swamp Rats — “Psycho” — Back From The Grave # 1

Errol Brown & the Sky Nations — “Starlight In Dub” — Medley Dub

Iggy & The Stooges — “Shake Appeal” — Raw Power (1997 Iggy Pop Mix – 2012 Vinyl Remaster)

Afrosound — “Pa’ Ti Mami” — The Rough Guide to Latin Rare Groove (Volume 1)

Cecil Davis — “Let’s Have A Ball” — Twistin’ Rumble Volume Ten

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

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NO CONDITION IS PERMANENT [Episode #136 ~ 09-23-17]

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Pictured: The Cramps (photo by Anton Corbijn).

We’d like to think Goldilocks might have felt at home at the Purple Bat Lounge last Saturday night: Not too hot, not too cold — it was just right. So much so, in fact, that many of the patrons were unconscious midway though the evening. A curious state of affairs in no way owing to the efforts of DJ’s Reeshard & Lee-Roy, their four tumultuous sets of music sufficient to annoy the bar’s neighbors…a fact lost on the couple whose evening began on top of the pool table and ended, in somnolent fashion, beneath that same table. Uncle Morty stopped by to replenish Lee-Roy’s supply of medicated gummi bears, bringing out an altruistic side to the dog which even Reeshard, his guardian, didn’t know he possessed. Click below in the right spots to hear about all this and more. Oh, tune in anyway…

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The contents of the four sets comprising Ep. 136 of No Condition Is Permanent are as follows:

THE FIRST SET

The Philly Devotions — “I Just Can’t Say Goodbye” — The Northern Soul Story Vol. 3: Blackpool Mecca

The Funkees — “Acid Rock” — Nigeria Rock Special: Psychedelic Afro-Rock & Fuzz Funk in 1970s Nigeria

The Breakers — “Jet Stream” — Strummin’ Mental Vol. 4

Adnan Othman — “Gadis Semalam” — Bersyukor: A Retrospective of Hits by a Malaysian Pop Yeh Yeh Legend

Moe Koffman Quartet — “Koko Mamey” — Jubilee 45rpm

The Conquerors — “Look Pon You” — Musical Feast: Mrs. Pottinger’s High Note and Gayfeet Label

Sonny Oliver and the Statics — “Kee-Mo-Sabee” — Souvenirs of the Soul Clap Volume 4

P.M. 7 / Jupiter — “Sawan Bangkok” — Shadow Music Of Thailand

The Brain Twist — “Brain Twist” — Kogar’s Tassel Twirler 45’s

IT’S MADISON TIME…

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Mickey & the Soul Generation — “How Good Is Good” — Funky Crimes

THE SECOND SET

Al Casey — “Jezebel” — Dancehall Stringbusters

Algo Nuevo Y Juan Pablo Torres — “Pastel En Descarga” — Revolucion! Original Cuban Funk Grooves 1967-1978

The Loose Ends — “That’s It” — The Mod Scene

Peter King — “African Dialects” — Nigeria 70: Lagos Jump

Roy Brown — “Butcher Pete Part 1” — Born Bad Vol. 7

The Fortunes — “Instrumental Baila Medley” — Sri Lanka: The Golden Era Of Sinhalese And Tamil Folk-Pop Music

The Five Du-Tones — “The Flea” — Let’s Soul Dance: Black Dance Crazes 1957-1962

Shin Joong Hyun — “Moon Watching” — Beautiful Rivers And Mountains: The Psychedelic Rock Sound Of South Korea’s Shin Joong

The Shindigs — “Thunder Reef” — Mustang 45prm

Very Be Careful — “Mi Vecina” — Salad Buey

THE THIRD SET

King Coleman — “Lookey Dookey” — Lookey Dookey!

Joseph Kabasele — “Ko Ko Ko … Qui Est La?” — Le Grand Kallé: His Life, His Music – Joseph Kabasele And The Creation Of Modern Congolese Music

ESG — “My Love for You” — Come Away With ESG

The Aggrovators — “A Crabit Version” — Johnny In The Echo Chamber

Marvin & Johnny — “Ding Dong Baby” — 61 Classics From The Cramps’ Crazy Collection: Deeper Into The World Of Incredibly Strange Music

The Nitty Gritty Sextet — “Something New” — The Nitty Gritty Sextet

The Small Faces — “My Mind’s Eye” — The Immediate Singles Collection, Vol. 1

Pan Ron & In Yeng — “Sralanh Srey Chnas (I Love Mean Girls)” — Cambodian Rocks

The Vibrators — “Way Out” — Black Rock Rhythm Meat

Smog — “Wicked Man” — Back To Peru Vol. 1 : The Most Complete Compilation Of Peruvian Underground ’64-’74

The Cramps — “What’s Behind The Mask” — Songs The Lord Taught Us

THE FINAL SET

The Chosen Few — “Collie Stuff” — Darker Than Blue: Soul From Jamdown 1973-1980

The Heart Attacks — “Baba Diddy Baby” — Aliens, Psychos and Wild Things. Rare and Unissued Virginia Garage 1964-1967

Los Escorpiones — “Igual Me Da” — Chicha For The Jet Set

The Stooges — “I Feel Alright (1970) (mono)” — Elektra 45rpm

Orchestre Poly-Rythmo De Cotonou — “Se Tche We DJo Mon” — The Vodoun Effect: Funk And Sato From Benin’s Obscure Labels 1972-1975

The Pop Group — “Thief Of Fire” — Y

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NO CONDITION IS PERMANENT [Episode #135 ~ 09-16-17]

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Pictured: Jimmy Bryant & His Voxmobile.

As summer headed for the fire escape, temperatures fell and though the Purple Bat Lounge remained a hellish fetid pit, thankfully the ‘hellish’ component was dialed down somewhat. That didn’t stop one of the bar’s DJs — of course it was Lee-Roy…what, you had to ask? — from spending much of the evening in question on the Outdoor Patio, communing with beings he described as “mechanical elves from hyperspace…with really cool hats.” Did we mention that Uncle Morty had stopped by previously, dropping off a canister marked Ayahuasca Purple? But this was a mere diversion. The important stuff of Saturday evening was built upon four sets of music designed by Reeshard & Lee-Roy to defeat productivity and sobriety, music that grabbed the Purple Bat’s patrons by the collective scruff of their necks and shook them as though it all meant something. You can experience this feeling too (hopefully without encountering the aforementioned elves) by clicking in the appropriate places immediately below. Tune in anyway…

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The contents of the four sets comprising Ep. 135 of No Condition Is Permanent are as follows:

THE FIRST SET

The Olympics — “Baby Do The Philly Dog” — Land Of 1000 Dances : Special Soul and Funk Edition

Tala A.M. — “Arabica” — Tala A.M.

The Scavengers — “Curfew” — Strummin’ Mental!

Rung Fah Puping — “Pu Yai Lee Santana” — Thai? Dai!: The Heavier Side of the Luk Thung Underground

The Kinks — “Till The End Of The Day” — The Kinks EP’s [mono]

King Sighter — “Check Mister Forster” — The One-Eyed Giant

The Five Stars — “Hey Juanita” — R&B Humdingers: Twenty Two Greasy Groovers, Vol. 13

Los Loud Jets — “Fanny Mae” — Classicos Del Rock & Roll Mexicano

IT’S MADISON TIME…

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The Falcons — “Swim” — Vicious Vicious Vocals! Volume Vun

THE SECOND SET

Jan Davis — “Boss Machine” — Boss Guitar!

Joe Bataan — “Campesino” — Gypsy Woman

Bobby & Deborreh Williams — “The Pusher’s Thang” — Ancestors Of Rap: A Collection Of Highly Underrated Prototype Rap Songs

Maziar — “Mahigir” — Sedayeh Del (Funk, Psychedelia And Pop From The Iranian Pre-Revolution Generation)

The Soul Kings — “Delano Soul Beat” — Surfs Up! At Banzai-Pipeline

S.D. Burman — “Dance Music (From “Jewel Thief”, 1967)” — Jonny Trunk & Joel Martin Present Bollywood Funk Experience

The Five Chancellors — “There Goes My Girl” — Jay-Gee Rock & Roll Party Vol. 1

Takeshi Terauchi — “Kuroda Bushi” — Eleki Minyo Daizenshu

James Brown — “Chonnie-On-Chon” — Savage Catfish Kick

Ja-Man Allstars — “Herb Cutter” — In The Dub Zone

THE THIRD SET

Eddy Jacobs — “Friday Night Get-Together” — Souvenirs of the Soul Clap Volume 5

Plearn Promdan — “Wan Maha Sanook” — The Sound Of Siam: Leftfield Luk Thung, Jazz & Molam from Thailand 1964 -75

Dave Travis & The Premiers — “I Don’t Like Him” — Sin Alley Vol. 1

Françoise Hardy — “C’est Le Passé” — The Vogue Years

Chris Jones — “I’m The Man” — Absolute Funk 2

Nyboma et les Kamale Dynamyques du Zaïre — “Aïcha Motema” — Coeur a Coeur

Speedy West & Jimmy Bryant — “This Ain’t the Blues” — Swingin’ on the Strings: The Speedy West & Jimmy Bryant Collection, Vol. 2

Unknown — “Khil Wa Khalileh” — Choubi Choubi! Folk & Pop Songs From Iraq Vol. 2

The Detroit Cobras — “Right Around the Corner” — Life, Love And Leaving

THE FINAL SET

Juaneco Y Su Combo — “A La Fiesta De San Juan” — Masters Of Chicha 1

The Exciters — “Tell Him” — 75 MODern Sounds

Afro Train — “Tumba Safari” — Akwaba Abidjan: Afrofunk in 1970s Ivory Coast

The Velvet Underground — “I’m Waiting For The Man (Mono Version)” — The Velvet Underground & Nico

John Teo And The Stylers — “Riding A Rickshaw Around Chinatown” — Singapore A-Go-Go Vol. 1

Nathaniel Mayer — “I’m a Lonely Man” — Why Don’t You Give It To Me?

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Singers & Players — “Fit To Survive” — War Of Words

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