The Rare Groove Show
Rare Groove, Two Step Soul, Jazz and Boogie
Rare Groove Show preview: 9th May 2012
April 27, 2012 07:18 AM PDT
A preview of the next Rare Groove Show.
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Tracklisting appears at the end of the show.Christmas Hip Hop Vinyl Boom Bap Attack
January 04, 2012 04:51 AM PST
Here's a show I did for Shoreditch Radio (www.shoreditchradio.co.uk) to see out 2011. For those of you who listen regularly you'll notice that this is quite a departure from the usual RARE GROOVE SHOW playlist.
There's always room for good hip hop which acknowledges its own soul and jazz roots. My favourite hip hop generally comes from the period 1993-1996 when sampling by A Tribe Called Quest, Pete Rock, DJ Premier and their contemporaries was at its best.
Listen, enjoy, comment!
December 19, 2011 03:33 AM PST
I've decided to see the year out with some wintry vinyl vibes from Pharoah Sanders to Leon Ware.
In this rare instance I am providing a tracklisting. Do the right thing and do not download these tracks for free. Pay the artists and respect those who dig.
Pharoah Sanders- Love Will Find A Way
October 03, 2011 08:47 AM PDT
At www.shoreditchradio.co.uk each presenter was asked back in May 2011 to record an 'Artist Analysis' of someone who had been an inspiration to our respective shows. Four obvious names sprung to mind for THE RARE GROOVE SHOW: James Brown, Stevie Wonder, Roy Ayers and Marvin Gaye- the bedrock of jazz influenced soul music.
James Brown and Stevie Wonder went pretty quickly to other presenters. I didn't feel I could do something new with Roy on my turntable and mixer set up and I was also missing one or two rarer tunes. So I went- very happily- with Marvin Gaye who, of these four, was the singer I started listening to earliest. Marvin also reflected the melancholy mood I was under at the time due to 'flu and I knew which of his songs I'd start the tribute with. You'll hear in my voice that I was suffering with a heavy cold.
Here it is: Do tune in to THE RARE GROOVE SHOW- every other Wednesday on Shoreditch Radio and download other shows at www.shoreditchradio.co.uk
Shoreditch Radio Taster PARADISE GARAGE
September 20, 2011 02:05 AM PDT
Here's a sneak preview- without voiceover- of my forthcoming Shoreditch Radio Show (broadcasting Wednesday 21st September at 10.00 GMT)
Please listen live and support THE RARE GROOVE SHOW on www.shoreditchradio.co.ukSummer Sunday
August 23, 2011 09:45 AM PDTA few summer vibes that inspired me one Sunday. Enjoy, donate if it moves you and find me fortnightly on www.shoreditchradio.co.uk for The Rare Groove Show Disco Show
July 05, 2011 08:52 AM PDT
I came to disco fairly late. A Joey Negro compilation for Harmless Records first sparked my interest in bands such as Wood, Brass and Steel, The Universal Robot Band, First Choice and crossover artists such as Candido. Around the same time I also developed an interest in one of the most inspiring of all DJs- Larry Levan. A role model for any aspiring eclectic DJ, Levan would play literally anything and never allowed himself to be hindered by genre.
Since then I have begun to dig into labels such as Prelude, P&P Records, Salsoul and the major labels such as Columbia and Atco (part of Atlantic) that supported artists such as Ashford and Simpson who produced a succession of smooth quality disco hits in the late 70s. Patrick Adams is a producer I love and although his compositions don't feature heavily in this mix I will upload a Patrick Adams special in the future.
This mix was in three parts originally and formed a www.shoreditchradio.co.uk RARE GROOVE SHOW back in the week that Loleatta Holloway died during March 2011. I have spliced it together, as best I can, to become 1 hour long 'mix'. Loleatta features on the wonderful disco classic- Love Sensation.
I hope you enjoy it. Feedback or questions about the tracklisting is always welcome. If you wish to read in more detail about disco music then I recommend TURN THE BEAT AROUND: The Rise and Fall of Disco by Peter Shapiro.
Thank-you for your support.
DanielSummer's Coming: www.shoreditchradio.co.uk
June 02, 2011 09:52 AM PDT
This is a recent 'RARE GROOVE SHOW' from Shoreditch Radio presented by yours truly and recorded on 25th May 2011.
Please support and click onto www.shoreditchradio.co.uk a new start up radio venture with a fantastic mix of chat, comedy and music from dubstep to boogaloo.
If you enjoy THE RARE GROOVE SHOW and would like to hear more shows please tell Shoreditch Radio! You can find them on Twitter: www.twitter.com/@shoreditchradio
Voices of East Harlem- Can You Feel It
May 13, 2011 03:28 AM PDT
A short mix of some favourite house records on the soulful tip to see you into the weekend sunshine.
Masters At Work- I Can't Get No Sleep
April 25, 2011 06:03 AM PDT
There is a lot of music around that borrows from traditional forms of jazz and soul. Some people are put off by a tag of 'techno', 'house', 'Hip Hop', 'dubstep' or 'broken beat' as they feel by listening to it they are betraying the jazz, soul, rare groove, that first inspired them. But these tags mostly originate from journalists and djs eager to find a catch all phrase for a new style of music. If you are discerning enough, it's possible to find deeply soulful new and innovative forms of jazz and soul in contemporary music.
This mix is about new forms of jazz and soul and includes tracks by James Blake, Lone, Sa:Ra Creative Partners and Andreya Triana. I've thrown a lot of new music in here. If you love it or if you hate it email me through the Rare Groove, Soul and Boogie podcast Facebook Page or via Twitter.com/@raregrooveprops
A series of eclectic mixes from my vinyl record collection- check for regular updates and downloadable classics.
For Bookings: firstname.lastname@example.org or www.twitter.com/@raregrooveshow Welcome to my podcast page. This podcast is about my record collection. I’ve been collecting original soul, jazz, boogie, hip hop and breakbeats for many years and have witnessed scenes such as broken beat and trip hop come and go. Podomatic gives me the opportunity to do something active with my large room of vinyl. I hope there'll be a few surprises and some rare cuts along the way and if you have comments about what you’d like to hear please email me email@example.com. Everything will be on vinyl-no editing, no cds, no Mp3s or downloads. I also have a radio show, THE RARE GROOVE SHOW & blog on www.shoreditchradio.co.uk Radio shows live by their statistics, loyal support and listener numbers. If you like what you hear or if you want to know about tracks, record stores or vinyl please email. Please donate if you like this podcast. Any donations received go towards keeping vinyl alive!
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