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Vol 21 - Dăm-Funk live at the BBQ HVW8 podcast


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#1 hvw8tyg

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Posted 19 September 2007 - 12:08 PM

King of the L.A. Boogie scene, Dăm-Funk, laid it down this weekend at the Live at the BBQ sessions from the HVW8 Gallery.

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More photos from Frolab, Solid State LA and Ty G in http://hvw8.blogspot.com

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All joints spun were from the 'original wax' pressings.
(*except where indicated.)

1.dăm-funk - "Zone" (HVW8 Exclusive) ~ *CDR promo / '07
2.State Of Grace - "Touching The Times" (instr. ver.) / '83
3.Silver, Platinum & Gold - "SPG Theme" / '81
4.Leroy Hutson - "Paradise" / '82
5.Tomorrow's Edition - "A Song For Everyone" / '82
6.Burgess Gardner - "Nice 'N' Greasy" / '83
7.Baron Zen - "Burn Rubber" (dăm-funk Remix) / '07
8.U.K. Players - "So Good To Be Alive" / '82
9.Shadow - "Sinister Way" / '81
10.Civil Attack - "One Love" / '83
11.Billy Jones - "I Can't Wait To Break" / '84
12.First Love - "Party Lights" / '82
13.Verticle Lines - "Theme From Beach Boy" / '82
14.Sound Troupe - "Can You Really See Me" / '82
15.Circle City Band - "Magic" / '83
16.Superior Movement - "Wide Shot" / '82
17.Electric Smoke - "Freak It Out" (instr. ver.) / '83
18.Rah Band - "Messages From The Stars" / '83
19.Phoenix - "(Live, Love, Laugh) Be Happy" / '8?
20.General Caine - "Don't Stop" (special 7" version) / '82
21.The Family - "Yes" / '85
22.Cojo - "Play It By Ear" / '8?
23.Wynd Chymes - "Baby You're The One" / '80
24.Glenda Mcleod - "No Stranger To Love" (instr. ver.) / '83
25.Glenda Mcleod - "No Stranger To Love" (voc. ver.) / '83
26.Index - "Starlight" (The Break) / '81
27.Jonnie Baby - "Special Things" / '86

Here's a message from the man himself, dăm-funk:

This set I dropped was based in the Boogie, Funk & Modern-Funk music genre's respecfully. This style was first broken and played in a continuous basis (all nite with no filler) @ Funkmosphere (L.A.). This early to mid 80's sound has been respected in the UK & Europe for years, while virtually being ignored here in the states...unfortunately (headz prefering 4 on the floor house sounds, and hip-hop only). After years of myself & others being into this sound and diggin' for this wax, L.A. is now @ the forefront (here in the U.S.) of this emerging scene of Funk & Boogie soundz. Let's keep diggin' ya'll!!




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