I couldn't post Inside Out by Odyssey without pairing it with this tune. Not only are both tunes incredibly similar but I think the lyrics also share a bit of a creepy vibe.
Has anybody got any insight into why these tunes are so alike?
The Shades Of Love - Keep In Touch (Body To Body)
Baby Huey - Hard Times
Blair - Nightlife
Thursday, 30 October 2008
Posted by Haydn at 12:49
Wednesday, 29 October 2008
Is Inside Out one of the saddest songs that the usually joyous genre of disco ever threw out? Garry Mulholland wrote a fantastic summary of its lyrical content in his book "This is Uncool: The 500 Greatest Singles Since Punk and Disco".
Pleasure - Take A Chance
Brian Bennett - Solstice
Bohannon - Summertime Groove
Posted by Haydn at 13:59
Tuesday, 28 October 2008
Monday, 13 October 2008
It's all good, Monday out of the way. ElectroFunk maestro chopping stuff up. Don't know we're born I tell 'ya...
Paul Woodford Presents Bobby Peru - Erotic Discourse (Greg Wilson Edit)
Black Devil Disco Club - I Regret The Flower Power (Dub Version)
Sumeria (Don Ray) - Why Must There Be An End (Album Mix)
Posted by Tom at 20:35
Friday, 3 October 2008
People of the internet, just a quick word to let you know we have a few more mix series bubbling away from our fellow bloggers.
Judging by the quality of the posts these guys put out there I know what's coming will be jaw dropping stuff.
You lucky, lucky people - have a good weekend.
Remember - previous mixes are permanently available on the right hand side of the blog about half way down. Reading this in an RSS aggregator? Head to the blog here - www.uglytalented.co.uk
Posted by Tom at 17:24
Thursday, 2 October 2008
Well, we're back from our holidays.
Electric Elephant was immense fun and I want to give a shout out to the revellers on the Low Life boat party and big respect to Mudd for his awesome Sunday afternoon session.
Balearica is dead, long live Adriatica!
Stevie Wonder - Race Babbling
Baby Huey - Running
Two Lone Swordsmen - Shack 54
Posted by Haydn at 15:33
These guys are just so intriguing and been at the forefront of music for so long it's great to see them back out with a new album. Possibly more coherent than 'Life in the Bush of Ghosts', but special nevertheless.
And TV On The Radio are back out too - sonic treats for us all. Get buying.
David Byrne and Brian Eno - Poor Boy
TV On The Radio - Dancing Choose
Dam-Funk - Dam Funk
Posted by Tom at 08:59