Melting Pot

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Earlier in the year, we had hoped to bring Mike Watt back into the KPFK studios after he’d come in to share stories from the Minutemen’s heyday, at the 30th anniversary of Double Nickels On The Dime. The plan was for him to come in with the other members of one of his projects, Il Sogno Del Marinaio. Unfortunately his Italian band-mates got held up in Customs and they weren’t able to make it. A couple tours and a couple months later, Watt was able to finally come in and spend some time talking about that project, as well as a few other recent and upcoming ones, as well as tell more stories about growing up and playing music with D. Boon. The show starts off with a little Jimi Hendrix, as is our tradition around his birthday, but from there, it’s just me and Watt in the studio. In the second hour he plays a bunch of songs and we get to talking about all kinds of things. Hands down, one of the best shows of the year and of my entire career.

Melting Pot on KPFK #184: First Hour
Melting Pot on KPFK #184: Second Hour

Playlist 11-30-2014:
{opening theme} Boris Gardiner – Melting Pot – Is What’s Happening (Dynamic)
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Jimi Hendrix & the Band Of Gypsies – Power To Soul/Message Of Love/We Got To Live Together – Band Of Gypsies (Capitol)

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Mike Watt – Interview and Guest DJ Set – Recorded Live At KPFK (KPFK Archives)

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Yao Su Yong – My Coffee
Qing Shan – Desert Love
Yao Su Yong – Extremely

Ran into this album, along with a few others from China, at the Beat Swap Meet. The dealer wasn’t one that I was particularly familiar with and the albums weren’t priced particularly high. As more than a few posts on this blog can attest to, I am a big fan of funky music from around the world, and while I could translate anything on these records, the fact that one (perhaps I’ll post it at a later date) featured a young woman with a guitar and the band name, “Yao Su Yong & the Telstars Combo” I knew this had to at least be from the mid-1960s or later. Sure enough when I got home and dropped the need on each record there was definitely some groovy things going on.

From there I did some digital sleuthing to figure out that this was a collection of songs from the same artist of the other record I had gotten, Yao Su Yong, a major star in later 1960s Hong Kong, as well as the male artist Qing Shan. There have been a few copies of the other Yong album, selling for a lot more than I paid for it, but I didn’t see much online about this album, a collection of “hits” from both artists, so I decided to share this one first. With the powers of Google Translate I was able to get the English versions of the titles (or at least what the internets tells me are the English titles) and now we can all dig these sounds together. I dig Yong’s side of music better, but Qing Shan’s “Desert Love” is one of the grooviest things I’ve heard all year.

Cheers,

MIchael

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Afrosound – Banana De Queso

Vampi Soul took their sweet time getting us a second volume of funky, psychedelic, Afro-cumbia sounds out of 1970s Colombia, but four years after Volume 1, we now have Volume 2 and it’s just as good if not better than the original. Afrosound is a title given over to a number of groups on the Disco Fuentes label who created music in response to the more rocking Chicha sounds coming out of Peru. With multiple tracks from heavyweights Wganda Kenya, Fruko y Sus Tesos, Lisandro Mesa and the group Afrosound themselves, there is simply no way you’ll be able to sit still once you drop the needle (or laser or click or however you listen to music these days) on these 24 songs.

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Show features a couple tributes, one for Bob Dorough, to start the show, who was in town for a live performance of the legendary Schoolhouse Rock series and another tribute set for Breakbeat Lou and all of those who were turned on to classic breaks from the Ultimate Breaks & Beats series. The show also features new tracks from the Budos Band, Shintaro Sakamoto, Ariel Pink, Allo Darlin, some classic material and deep cuts from Les Demerle, Eduardo Araujo e Silvinha, Erasmo Carlos and the incomparable Little Jimmy Scott to close things up…Enjoy!

Melting Pot on KPFK #183: First Hour
Melting Pot on KPFK #183: Second Hour

Playlist 11-23-2014:
{opening theme} Booker T & the MGs – Melting Pot – Melting Pot (Stax)

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Bob Dorough – My Hero, Zero – Multiplication Rock (Capitol)
Les Demerle – A Day In The Life – Spectrum (UA)
Eduardo Araujo E Silvinha – Opinage – Sou Filho Desse Chao (Beverly)
Harvey Mandel – The Snake – The Snake (Janus)

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Jungle Fire – Tropicoso – Recorded Live At KPFK (KPFK Archives)
Grupo Folklorico y Experimental Nueva Yorquino – I Ya Modupue – Concepts In Unity (Salsoul)

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Budos Band – Aphasia – Burnt Offering (Dapton)
King Crimson – Pictures Of A City – In The Wake Of Poseidon (Atlantic)
Swervedriver – Duel – Mezcal Head (A&M)
Allo Darlin’ – Santa Maria Novella – We Come From The Same Place (Slumberland)

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Melvin Bliss – Synthetic Substitution – Ultimate Breaks & Beats Vol. 5 (Street Beat)
The Winstons – Amen Brother – Ultimate Breaks & Beats Vol. 1 (Street Beat)
Jackie Robinson – Pussy Footer – Ultimate Breaks & Beats Vol. 3 (Street Beat)
Orchestra Internationale Feat. Sam Conti – Chella’lla – Ultimate Breaks & Beats Vol. 2 (Street Beat)

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Ariel Pink – One Summer Night – Pom Pom (4AD)
People Under The Stairs – Gamin’ On Ya – Fun DMC (Gold Dust Media)
Heavee – 8 Bit Shit – Teklife & Hyperdub Present NextLife (Hyperdub)
Flying Lotus – Moment Of Hesitation – You’re Dead (Warp)

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Shintaro Sakamoto – Never Liked You, But Still Nostalgic – Let’s Dance Raw (Other)
Erasmo Carlos – Grilos – Sonhos E Memorias 1942-1972 (Polydor)
Bright Black Morning Light – Gathered Years – Motion To Rejoin (Matador)
Jimmy Scott – Time On My Hands – Very Truly Yours (Savoy)

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{closing theme} Dungen – C. Visar Vagen – Tio Bitar (Kemado)

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Osmar Milito e Quarteto Forma – O Primeiro Amor
Osmar Milito e Quarteto Forma – Podes Crer
Betinho – Saque Saque

As I’ve shown already back in 2011, the Brazilian Novela soundtrack game was no joke. It’s exceedingly rare for me to run into any solid Brazilian records here in LA, and even rarer to run across Novela soundtracks, so when I spied this at the Beat Swap Meet, I scooped it up quick fast. As you can hear, there’s a good bit of cracklin’ catfish in the background on this one, but the tunes are so incredible, and as far as I can tell exclusive to the soundtrack, that I’m sure you won’t mind. Though there are a couple of slower songs on here (especially one from Jacks Wu, who also delivered smoothness on O Cafona), the tracks I’ve chosen are more on the funky side of things. I’m sure you don’t mind that either.

Cheers,

Michael

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Allo Darlin – Heartbeat

Given that 2012’s Europe was one of my favorite records of that year (with an all-timer in the end of Summer pensive pop of “Tallulah”) it’s no real surprise that the latest from this London based group fronted by Aussie Elizabeth Morris is also pleasing to my ears. While the style hasn’t changed dramatically from their previous work, it’s clear that the band is broadening their indie-pop sound and adding depth that wasn’t present earlier. It becomes clear immediately when you hear the lead track from the new album, “Heartbeat,” that despite the title, the band is not coming from the same place as before. It’s a richer sound for an already sugary sweet outfit, that retains all of the charm of the earlier recordings and thankfully losing nothing.

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Finally getting caught up after a month away from KPFK and this blog. As such, it’s hard to put myself back into the mindset I had going into his show. The show begins with a short (though it is the long version of the classic “Rapper’s Delight”) tribute to Big Bank Hank of the Sugar Hill Gang, who had passed away in November. From there we have new tunes from Shintaro Sakamoto, Budos Band, Laetitia Sadier, Goapele, Andreya Triana and some older music from a band that recently got themselves back together, the Dutchess & the Duke. In the second hour there’s an extended set of tracks from the Ultimate Breaks & Beats collection, in honor of Breakbeat Lou coming to LA. Enjoy!

Melting Pot on KPFK #182: First Hour
Melting Pot on KPFK #182: Second Hour

Playlist 11-16-2014:
{opening theme} Booker T & the MGs – Melting Pot – Melting Pot (Stax)

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Sugarhill Gang – Rapper’s Delight – 12” (Sugar Hill)

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Shintaro Sakamoto – Extremely Bad Man – Let’s Dance Raw (Other)
Allo Darlin’ – Another Year – We Come From The Same Place (Slumberland)
Fern Jones – Be Thankful You’re You – The Glory Road (Numero)

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Laetitia Sadier – Echo Port – Something Shines (Drag City)
Paul Weller – Above The Clouds – Paul Weller (Go!Discs)
Goapele – Last Days – Strong As Glass (Jordan House)
Kyle Hall – Kaychunk – Hyperdub 10.4 (Hyperdub)
Tita Lima – Mundo Pequeno – Possibilidades (Village Pace)
Kulintang – Badjao Or Yakan Gong – Music From the Mountain Provinces (Numero)

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Fausto Pepetti – Love’s Theme – Ultimate Breaks & Beats Vol. 11 (Street Beat)

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The Monkees – Mary, Mary – Ultimate Breaks & Beats Vol. 1 (Street Beat)
Galactic Force Band – Space Dust – Ultimate Breaks & Beats Vol. 16 (Street Beat)
Bram Tchiakovsky – Whiskey And Wine – Ultimate Breaks & Beats Vol. 17 (Street Beat)
Wild Sugar – Bring It Here – Ultimate Breaks & Beats Vol. 8 (Street Beat)
Funkadelic – You’ll Like It Too – Ultimate Breaks & Beats Vol. 2 (Street Beat)
Fred Wesley & the JBs – Blow Your Head – Ultimate Breaks & Beats Vol. 14 (Street Beat)

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Andreya Triana – Everything You Never Had Pt. 2 – Everything You Never Had Pt. 2 EP (Counter)
Flying Lotus – Obligatory – You’re Dead (Warp)
Elisa Ambrogio – Reservoir – The Immoralist (Drag City)
Tricky – Feed Me – Maxinquaye (Island)

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Budos Band – Into The Fog – Burnt Offering (Daptone)
Townes Van Zandt – Hunger Child Blues – Country Funk Vol. 2 (Light In The Attic)
Bulbous Creation – End Of The Page – Local Customs: Cavern Sound (Numero)
The Dutchess & The Duke – Hand – Sunset / Sunrise (Hardly Art)

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{closing theme} Dungen – C. Visar Vagen – Tio Bitar (Kemado)

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Les Baxter – Necronomicon
Les Baxter – Cult Party
Les Baxter – Devil’s Witchcraft

At some point, years ago, I was listening to the soundtrack Les Baxter put together for Hell’s Belles and musing to myself how great it would be if there was additional music from that heavy and psychedelic session. More recently, while searching for a trailer to a scary HP Lovecraft related film, I happened upon a track from this soundtrack and realized this was just about as close as I was likely to get to Hell’s Belles Part 2.

Most of the songs of this soundtrack are built around a single recurring theme, dark and foreboding, which is to be expected given that the film is about a town with some dark secrets. When hearing the drums on this record, it’s hard not to believe that Earl Palmer might have been involved here. There’s a stylistic connection to the work he had done with Axelrod, and maybe that’s why my ears think it’s Palmer, but the man lent his signature sound to so many records it’s hard to know for sure, especially without any credits or notes to speak of…however, a boy can dream can’t he?

Cheers,

Michael

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Bulbous Creation – End Of The Page

Numero Group rarely disappoints and the latest in their “Local Customs” series is yet another winner. This third release in the series collects tracks recorded at the aptly named Cavern Sound studio, which was actually located underground at a Limestone Quarry in Independence, Missouri. While some heavy hitters recorded at “The Cave” (including James Brown), this collection focuses on a number of lesser known acts that recorded on the Cave, Rock, Cavern and Pearce record labels that were run by the assorted characters associated with the Cavern Sound. Probably my favorite (aside from the dripping Acid psych of Stone Wall) comes from Bulbous Creation and their pastorally pleasing track “End Of The Page.” I’d heard a few tracks from this band, much harder-edged, but the slow burn of this one really grabbed me. It’s not exactly representative of the sound of this collection, but it definitely represents the quality.

Crowd getting down at LA's Funky Sole

Crowd getting down at LA’s Funky Sole

This past Saturday I returned to Funky Sole, my second appearance of the year and third time overall. Every time has been special for me. As I’ve mentioned previously, Funky Sole is the best soul and funk night I’ve ever gone to. Pretty much around the time I moved to LA they landed at their present location of the Echo and it’s the perfect venue for the perfect night.DJ Clifton aka Soft Touch at Funky Sole For so many of us who have had the pleasure of doing a guest DJ set, one of the things that makes it such a special night is the crowd that comes out. LA crowds don’t have the best reputation, sometimes they’re very fickle, sometimes they’re clearly there just to be seen and not really that interested in dancing. That is not the case at Funky Sole. People come out to dance and it’s always amazing just how far as a DJ you can take things and still have the dance floor packed.

On this particular Saturday night, Maestro Music Man Miles was out on tour, so it was just Clifton and me on the decks. We did get a surprise guest, Myron Glasper of Myron & E came down and essentially served as MC for the evening, leading the crowd in some chants, judging a mini-dance contest and even singing along to the Winston’s “Amen, Brother.” For my set, as usual, I tried to bring a mix of classics and deeper cuts, with a few from Cuba (Juan Pablo Torres’ “Pastel En Descarga” and Los Tainos’ “Amor Mio”), Brasil (two of my favorite Brazilian tracks, Gal Costa’s “Vou Recomecar” and Jorge Ben’s “Umbabarauma”) and all over the US, from NOLA with quite possibly my single favorite soul instrumental, Smokey Johnson’s “I Can’t Help It,” Miami’s All The People with “Cramp Your Style” and my hometown of Atlanta with the ever-present (at least when I spin soul nights) Franciene Thomas and her dynamite dance floor burner “I’ll Be There.”

After my set, me and Clifton traded songs, 2 for 2, which gave me a chance to push the boundaries (though again, the crowd ALWAYS kept the dance floor packed) with some more rocking sounds from Hell’s Belles soundtrack, Sarolta Zlatnay and Carl Sherlock Holmes. The best moment of the night for me was pretty close to the end, when I played Willie Hutch’s “I Choose You” (sampled best by UGK and Outkast for the “International Players Anthem”) and most of the couples who had stuck it out to the very end started slow dancing…If you missed it, you REALLY missed it. But at least you can hear the sounds. Below is the Guest DJ set from Saturday. Big thanks as always to Miles, Clifton and Nancy for the invite, it’s always an absolute pleasure.

Guest DJ Set At Funky Sole: 11-08-2014

Funky Sole Guest DJ Set: 11-08-2014
The Bar-Kays – Sang and Dance – 7” (Volt)
Gal Costa – Vou Recomecar – Gal Costa (1969) (Philips)
Juan Pablo Torres y Algo Nuevo – Pastel En Descarga – Super Son (Areito)
Jodi Gales – You Gotta Push – 7” (Savern)
Smokey Johnson – I Can’t Help It – 7” (NOLA)
FunkySole 112014 3Serge Gainsbourg – Requiem Pour Un Con – 7” (Phonodor)
Marcia Griffiths – Here I Am (Come And Take Me) – Sweet Bitter Love (Trojan)
Jorge Ben – Ponta De Lanca Africano (Umbabarauma) – Africa Brasil (Philips)
Los Tainos – Amor Mio – Los Tainos (Areito)
Dennis Coffey & the Detroit Guitar Band – Scorpio – Evolution (Sussex)
The Steve Karmen Big Band feat. Jimmy Radcliffe – Breakaway Pt. 1 – 7” (United Artists)
The Winstons – Amen, Brother – 7” (Metromedia)
Franciene Thomas – I’ll Be There – 7” (Tragar)
All The People – Cramp Your Style – 7” (Blue Candle)
Billy Garner – Brand New Girl – 7” (BGP)
The Rail Band – Mouodilo – 7” (HMV)
Lyn Collins – Mama Feelgood – Black Caesar: Original Soundtrack (Polydor)
Bill Withers – Kissing My Love – Still Bill (Sussex)
Toots & The Maytals – Time Tough – Funky Kingston (Mango)
Dave Barker – Do Your Thing – Africa’s Blood (Trojan)

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Back at it again this past Sunday with another new show. Started things off with just a taste of the Guest DJ set that I spun over at Funky Sole the night before (full post and set upcoming) and from there we got some new music from Shintaro Sakamoto, Budos Band, Run The Jewels, Khun Narin Electric Phin Band, Allo Darlin, Big K.R.I.T. and Goapele plus classic material from David Axelrod, the Chico Hamilton Quintet, Unwound, James Black and a short tribute to legendary Flamenco guitarist Manitas De Plata who passed away last week. The last set of the show begins with Ana Tijoux’s “Shock” which seemed like the best possible song to play in solidarity with the ongoing protests in Mexico connected to the disappearance of 43 students from the Raúl Isidro Burgos Rural Teachers College of Ayotzinapa. There hasn’t been nearly enough press on what’s going on in Mexico (though not surprisingly KPFK and Pacifica have done what few mainstream news outlets in this country have done covering this story) and after the bodies were discovered earlier in the week, I felt compelled to play something and add my voice to the chorus saying “Ya Me Canse/I’ve Had Enough.”

Melting Pot on KPFK #181: First Hour
Melting Pot on KPFK #181: Second Hour

Playlist: 11-09-2014
{opening theme} Booker T & the MGs – Melting Pot – Melting Pot (Stax)

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Marcia Griffiths – Here I Am – Bitter Sweet Love (Trojan)
Jorge Ben – Ponta De Lanca Africano – Africa Brasil (Philips)
Los Tainos – Amor Mio – Los Tainos (Areito)
Dennis Coffer – Scorpio – Evolution (Sussex)
Steve Karmen Big Band feat. Jimmy Radcliffe – Breakaway – 7” (UA)
The Winstons – Amen Brother – 7” (Metromedia)

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Shintaro Sakamoto – Like An Obligation – Let’s Dance Raw (Other Music)
Something Unique – This Feeling Between Us – Catch Action: The Sophisticated Boogie Funk Of Sheridan House Records (Ubiquity)
James Black – (I Need) Altitude – (I Need) Altitude (Night Train)
Jungle Fire – Snake Pit – Tropicoso (Nacional)

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The Budos Band – The Sticks – Burnt Offering (Daptone)
David Axelrod – A Divine Image – Songs Of Experience (Capitol)
Unwound – Corpse Pose – No Energy (Numero)
Khun Narin Electric Phin Band – Lai Sing – Khun Narin Electric Phin Band (Innovative Leisure)

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Manitas De Plata – Jota – Flamenco Guitar (Connoisseur Society)
Sun Kil Moon – Alesund – Admiral Fell Promises (Caldo Verde)
Chico Hamilton Quintet – Lucky So And So – Ellington Suite (World Pacific)
Allo Darlin’ – Heartbeat – We Come From The Same Place (Slumberland)

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Run The Jewels – Oh My Darling Don’t Cry – Run The Jewels 2 (Mass Appeal)
Flying Lotus – Turkey Dog Coma – You’re Dead (Warp)
Goapele – Perfect – Strong As Glass (Jordan House)
Les Sins – Do Right – Michael (Car Park)
Alpha – A Perfect End – Stargazing (Nettwerk)

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Ana Tijoux – Shock – La Bala (Nacional)
Big K.R.I.T. – Saturdays = Celebration – Cadillatica (Def Jam)
Rev. TL Barrett & the Youth For Christ Choir – Like A Ship (Without A Sail) – Like A Ship (Without A Sail) (Light In The Attic)

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{closing theme} Dungen – C. Visar Vagen – Tio Bitar (Kemado)

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Los Tainos – Amor Mio
Los Tainos – Conjura
Los Tainos Te Digo Que Se Acabo

It’s gonna be my honor to return to Funky Sole at the Echo this Saturday, November 8th, for a guest set spinning soul, funk and whatever else I can get away with ’round Midnight. I’m currently pulling records, thinking about what kind of sounds I want to bring out for the people and realized I hadn’t posted this album from the Cuban outfit Los Tainos. Because of the long standing embargo this country has with Cuba, you don’t run across many Cuban records out and about here in the States. I got this one in addition to several others from a dealer out of Japan. I’d first heard “Amor Mio” on the amazing Si Se Puede collection put out by Waxing Deep back in 2007. That collection was a revelation uncovering the sounds of 1960s/1970s Cuba and the wealth of amazing funky sounds coming out of the island at that time.

I don’t have a lot of info on Los Tainos, other than the Cuban musical maestro Daniel Guzman. “Amor Mio” has an almost understated style in comparison to some of the big band inspired tracks that dominate the album, but it sure is funky. When the band finally slows it down again towards the end of the record, with back to back boleros, or as their described here “Bolero Beat,” that similar subtle funk comes back. The album’s closer “Te Digo Que Se Acabo” almost feels like two different songs, starting off as nothing special, but then making an aburpt left turn in hardcore percussion driven latin-funk. Just when they get in the groove, it seems like the song is gone, but they’ve certainly left quite an impression. As far as I can tell this is the only release from the group, which really is a shame. Then again, especially for us in the States, perhaps we should be thankful to even be able to hear these funky sounds out of Cuba.

Cheers,

Michael

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foto © Martin Dam Kristensen

Earlier in the year Josh Haden and his group Spain released their fifth studio album, Sargent Place, overseas and this week the album received a stateside release via Dine Alone records. Though 2012’s The Soul of Spain marked the bands return after a decade long absence, in some ways Sargent Place should be considered the proper return of the band. I say this primarily because the vast majority of the songs on this album were written by the group in the run up to recording and changed form in the process of recording the album.

Spain will be playing a free show tomorrow at Amoeba Hollywood at 6pm and in connection with that we’ve been given a few copies of the new album, signed by Josh Haden, to give to readers of the blog. E-mail me at michael[at]meltingpotblog.com if you want a chacne to enter into the giveaway. I’ll be choosing winners on Friday, November 7th!

Of the many noteworthy songs on Sargent Place (including “You and I” which features the final recording of Charlie Haden, the legendary father of bass player/vocalist Josh Haden), one of the most beautiful is surely “The Fighter,” featuring strings and harmony vocals from Haden’s sister Petra.

The band has even released a rare video for this album, for the lead track, “Love At First Sight”:

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Budos Band – Burnt Offering

The Budos Band has built a reputation over the years as purveyors of dark and heavy Afro-funk. Nothing in their previous three albums could have prepared fans for the heavy waves of darkness on their fourth album Burnt Offering. As the cover art indicates, the Budos boys are making clear allusions to the early 1970s “Wizard Rock” heavy psych / proto metal sounds of Black Sabbath or Dust and it certainly shows up in the sound. It’s a heavy, grittier, tougher sound, one that still has echoes of previous records, but charts a new and exciting course for the band. “Burnt Offering” sounds like a mythic example of the instrumental backing tracks of the Sabbath album we all wish David Axelrod had produced. Though the band had a signature sound and a safe place in the neo-funk upper echelons, this change in tone, theme and sound is a most welcome change indeed.

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It’s been a long time…but finally we were back on the air this Sunday. Felt a little rusty, and a bit of that shows, but overall it’s a pretty solid edition and features a number of brand new recordings that I haven’t gotten a chance to feature before, including new music Flying Lotus, Run The Jewels, Submotion Orchestra, Khun Narin Electric Band, The Bug, Allo Darlin’, Les Sins and the Budos Band. A few classics mixed in, particularly for All Souls Day/Dia De Los Muertos from Los Fabulosos Cadillacs and the 4th Coming, as well as Can, The Afrosound, Holly Golightly and more. One month seemed like three or four, it’s truly great to be back where I belong bringing you music on KPFK.

Melting Pot on KPFK #180: First Hour
Melting Pot on KPFK #180: Second Hour

Playlist: 11-2-2014
{opening theme} Booker T & the MGs – Melting Pot – Melting Pot (Stax)

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Los Fabulosos Cadillacs – Calaveras y Diablitos – Fabulosos Calavera (Sony)
Holly Golightly – Painted On – Painted On (Damaged Goods)
Larry Williams & Johnny Watson with Kaleidoscope – Nobody – Country Funk Vol. 2 (Light In The Attic)
The 4th Coming – The Dead Don’t Die Alive – 7” (Alpha)

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Flying Lotus – Coronus, The Terminator – You’re Dead (Warp)
Submotion Orchestra – Trust/Lust – Alium (Counter)
Les Sins – Toy – Michael (Car Park)
Onuma Singsri – Lam Plearn Toe Lhong Tong – Sound Of Siam Vol. 2 (Soundway)
Afro Latin Vintage Orchestra – Code Panthera – Pulsion (Ubiquity)

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KING – Hey – Recorded Live At KPFK (KPFK Archives)
The Bug feat. Liz Harris – Void – Exit (Ninja Tune)
Clarke – Beacon – Clarke (Warp)
Can – Spray – Future Days (UA)

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Khun Narin Electric Phin Band – Lam Phu Thai – Khun Narin Electric Phin Band (Innovative Leisure)
Run The Jewels feat. Boots – Early – Run The Jewels 2 (Mass Appeal)
Mark Lindsay – Lone Wolf’s Theme – Shogun Assassin (Baby Cart Productions)

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Spain – Let Your Angel – Sargent Place (Dine Alone)
Fern Jones – When A Sinner Prays – The Glory Road (Numero)
Tinariwen – Tamatant Tilay – Aman Iman (Independiente)
Batida – La Vai Maria – Dois (Soundway)
Allo Darlin’ – Romance and Adventure – We Come From The Same Place (Slumberland)

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Jungle Fire – Village Hustle – Tropicoso (Nacional)
Afrosound – Banana De Queso – The Afrosound Of Columbia Vol. 2 (Vampi Soul)
Stone Wall – Living Today – Local Customs: Cavern Sound (Numero)
Budos Band – Burnt Offering – Burnt Offering (Daptone)

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{closing theme} Dungen – C. Visar Vagen – Tio Bitar (Kemado)

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