Thursday, 28 February 2019

The First Time With... Tony Visconti

THE FIRST TIME WITH... TONY VISCONTI (320kbs-m4a/134mb/58mins)
BBC Radio 6 Music broadcast: 17th February 2019

As part of 6 Music Loves Berlin weekend, Matt Everitt chats to acclaimed producer Tony Visconti about working with David Bowie on the Berlin album trilogy, plus other fascinating key musical moments from his life.

It’s hard to underestimate Visconti’s impact on the evolution of ground-breaking music, having worked his sonic magic on not only Bowie’s records but for artists as diverse as T Rex, Badfinger, Iggy Pop, Thin Lizzie, Rick Wakeman, The Boomtown Rats, Adam Ant, Ralph McTell, The Moody Blues, Sparks, Morrissey, Kaiser Chiefs, The Good, The Bad & The Queen (and many, many more).

In this candid chat, Visconti reveals – with the help of many a colourful anecdote - his musical upbringing in New York, his first band (and its terrible name), what drew him to producing, and how that career grew and grew. And hasn’t stopped – including reuniting with Bowie for his final two albums, The Next Day and Blackstar.

Listen out for tales of a mischievous Mick Jagger trying to sabotage Bowie’s recording of The Lodger – the third in the Berlin trilogy. Plus Visconti transports us to the earlier scenes of creating Low and Heroes in the German city, revealing some of the secrets of how he and Bowie recorded those records, such as the singer’s very last-minute approach to writing lyrics.

Other insights include Visconti’s unusually friendly working relationship with Morrissey (despite reaching an impasse about meat eating). Also find out about Marc Bolan’s unusual music-making techniques on a budget (it involves pliers), and what Visconti thinks about Nirvana’s cover of The Man Who Sold the World.

And, of course, the super-producer reveals what it was like working on Bowie’s final two albums – and how the latter, Blackstar, nearly became a full-on jazz record.

T. Rex - Get It On [Premier]
David Bowie - Ashes To Ashes [EMI]
Spike Jones - Little Bo Peep Has Lost Her Jeep
Little Richard - Lucille [Specialty]
Manfred Mann - So Long Dad [Mercury]
Procol Harum - A Whiter Shade Of Pale [Esoteric Recordings]
The Beatles - Tomorrow Never Knows [Parlophone]
T. Rex - Jeepster [Telstar]
T. Rex - Ride A White Swan [Telstar]
David Bowie - Please Mr. Gravedigger
David Bowie - Let Me Sleep Beside You
David Bowie - The Man Who Sold The World [EMI]
David Bowie - Saviour Machine [Mercury]
Wendy Carlos - Timesteps [Warner Bros.‎]
Nirvana - The Man Who Sold The World [Geffen]
David Bowie - Always Crashing In The Same Car [EMI]
David Bowie - Sound And Vision [EMI]
David Bowie - Speed Of Life [EMI]
David Bowie - Be My Wife [Sony Music]
David Bowie - Art Decade [RCA]
David Bowie - Joe The Lion
David Bowie - Boys Keep Swinging [EMI]
David Bowie - Look Back In Anger [RCA Victor]
Thin Lizzy - Dancing In The Moonlight (It's Caught Me In Its Spotlight) [Vertigo]
Morrissey - I Will See You In Far-Off Places [Universal]
David Bowie - Where Are We Now? [Columbia]
David Bowie - The Stars (Are Out Tonight) [RCA]
David Bowie - Dollar Days [Columbia]
David Bowie - Blackstar [Columbia]
David Bowie - I Can't Give Everything Away

Wednesday, 27 February 2019

The First Time With... Series 19 - 4. Toots Hibbert

THE FIRST TIME WITH... SERIES 19 - 4. TOOTS HIBBERT (320kbs-m4a/128mb/56mins)
BBC Radio 6 Music broadcast: 27th January 2019

Matt Everitt chats to "Toots" Hibbert, lead singer of reggae/ska band Toots & the Maytals, about the key musical moments of his life.

In this in-depth interview Toots, one of the founding figures of reggae music, talks about the remarkable path his career has taken.

Starting off with his earliest experiences of singing at church and in school, to then making his own guitar and beginning to meet other musicians in Kingston.

Toots recalls his time working in a barber shop followed by colourful tales of supporting The Who, winning a Grammy for Best Reggae Album and the band’s recent 50th anniversary tour.

Toots & The Maytals - Reggae Got Soul [Mango]
Toots & The Maytals - Funky Kingston [Mango]
Mahalia Jackson - I'm On My Way (To Canaan) [Unknown]
The Skatalites - Good News [Sanctuary]
Toots & The Maytals - Bam Bam [Island Jamaica]
Toots & The Maytals - 54-46 Was My Number [Universal]
Toots & The Maytals - Do The Reggay
Toots & The Maytals - Pressure Drop [Island]
Toots & The Maytals With No Doubt - Monkey Man [V2]
Amy Winehouse - Monkey Man [Universal/Island]
Toots & The Maytals Feat. Bonnie Raitt - True Love Is Hard To Find [V2]
Toots & The Maytals Feat. Jeff Beck - 54-46 Was My Number [V2]
Toots & The Maytals Feat. Keith Richards - Careless Ethiopians [V2]
Toots & The Maytals - A Song Call Marley [White Label]
Toots & The Maytals - Johnny Coolman [Trojan]
Toots & The Maytals - Night And Day [Beverley's]

Tuesday, 26 February 2019

The First Time With... Series 19 - 2. Ronnie Wood

THE FIRST TIME WITH... SERIES 19 - 2. RONNIE WOOD (320kbs-m4a/129mb/56mins)
BBC Radio 6 Music broadcast: 13th January 2019

Matt Everitt chats to Ronnie Wood about his colourful life and career.

Hear about Ronnie's key musical moments, including his being captivated by the R&B explosion in London in the 60s, and his passion for Duke Ellington and Blues Incorporated.

Ronnie also gives in insight into his first band The Birds, working with Jeff Beck and the Faces, and his musical relationship with David Bowie.

Plus he reveals what it’s really like being in The Rolling Stones, along with news of their next album, and gives his take on having one of the greatest rock star haircuts of all time.

The Rolling Stones - Start Me Up [Rolling Stones]
Faces - Ooh La La
Duke Ellington - Don't Get Around Much Anymore [Capitol]
Alexis Korner’s Blues Incorporated - I Wanna Put A Tiger In Your Tank [Rock History]
The Birds - You're On My Mind [Decca]
Jeff Beck Group - I Ain't Superstitious
Faces - Stay With Me [Polygram TV]
David Bowie - Growin' Up [Capitol]
The Rolling Stones - Miss You [CBS]
The Rolling Stones - It's Only Rock 'N' Roll (But I Like It) [Abkco]
The Rolling Stones - Fool To Cry [Abkco]
The Band - I Shall Be Released
The Rolling Stones - Midnight Rambler [Decca]
The Rolling Stones - Blue And Lonesome [Polydor]
The Rolling Stones - Pretty Beat Up

Monday, 25 February 2019

The First Time With... Series 19 - 1. Tom Morello

THE FIRST TIME WITH... SERIES 19 - 1. TOM MORELLO (320kbs-m4a/129mb/56mins)
BBC Radio 6 Music broadcast: 6th January 2019

Matt Everitt kicks off the new series with musician, actor and political activist, Tom Morello.

The one-time Rage Against the Machine guitarist and lyricist reveals what it was like being in the 90-00s rap metal band that set out to become the “political Led Zeppelin”, known for its power fusion of metal riffs, hip hop and impassioned lyrics.

Tom also gives an insight into the music and social environment that shaped his early life, his unique guitar playing, and when he first discovered that rock music could provide a real platform for protest.

He talks to Matt about the formation Rage Against The Machine, the internal dynamic that eventually led to the band splitting up, as well as his relationship with the late Soundgarden singer Chris Cornell, with whom he formed Audioslave in 2001.

Plus Tom gives the low down on channelling his passion for protest into supergroups, such as Prophets of Rage, featuring members of RATM, Public Enemy and Cypress Hill, along with news about this latest project, The Atlas Underground.

Rage Against The Machine - Bombtrack
Rage Against The Machine - Guerilla Radio
The Sweet - Little Willy [7T's]
Kiss - Detroit Rock City
The Clash - London Calling [Polydor]
Ozzy Osbourne - Crazy Train [Sony Music]
Rage Against The Machine - Know Your Enemy [Epic]
Public Enemy - Fight The Power [Polygram Tv]
Rage Against The Machine - Renegades Of Funk
Rage Against The Machine - Bullet In The Head
Rage Against The Machine - Killing In The Name [Epic]
Audioslave - Cochise [Sony Music]
Prophets Of Rage - Prophets Of Rage [Caroline]
The Atlas Underground - Lucky One

Sunday, 24 February 2019

The Game's Afoot: Sherlock Holmes Special

THE GAME'S AFOOT: SHERLOCK HOLMES SPECIAL (320kbs-m4a/411mb/2hrs59mins)
BBC Radio 4 Extra broadcast: 29th December 2018

Hear the evidence gathered clue by clue - as Sherlock Holmes enthusiast, Nick Utechin investigates how the Baker Street sleuth has been portrayed on radio across the decades.

Stretching from the Forties to the Noughties, this 3 hour showcase of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's great detective features some rare recordings of Holmes and Watson in action:

* The Adventure of the Speckled Band (17/05/1945)
Why did Helen Stoner's twin sister die in mysterious circumstances on the eve of her wedding? Stars Cedric Hardwicke as Sherlock Holmes and Finlay Curry as Dr Watson.

* The Red-Headed League (19/10/1954);
The strange case of an ad seeking only red-haired men… Stars Ralph Richardson as Holmes and John Gielgud as Watson.

* The Boscombe Valley Mystery (12/12/1966)
The sleuth probes a murder in Herefordshire, but the crime's roots are down under. Stars Carleton Hobbs as Holmes and Norman Shelley as Watson.

* The Return of Sherlock Holmes: The Solitary Cyclist (17/03/1993)
The sleuth investigates who's following music teacher Violet Smith. Stars Clive Merrison as Holmes and Michael Williams as Watson.

* The Further Adventures of Sherlock Holmes: The Abergavenny Murder (18/05/2004)
When a man dies in his Baker Street apartment, the detective is bound to investigate. Stars Clive Merrison as Holmes and Andrew Sachs as Watson.

Plus: Nick talks to writer and dramatist Bert Coules.

Produced by Sarah Wade for BBC Radio 4 Extra.

Saturday, 23 February 2019

Jim Morrison's Will To Be Weird

JIM MORRISON'S WILL TO BE WEIRD (320kbs-m4a/410mb/2hrs58mins)
BBC Radio 4 Extra broadcast: 8th December 2018

Had Jim Morrison of The Doors not died in mysterious circumstances at the tender age of 27 in 1971, he would have celebrated his 75th birthday this year.

In this three-hour selection, Paul Gambaccini mixes the music and poetry of the man with the influences that moulded the self-proclaimed ‘The Lizard King’. Paul first encountered Morrison in 1967 when; as a young music director on a New Hampshire radio station, he eagerly opened The Doors’ first single ‘Break On Through’. He followed his career from beginning to end and, to this day, occasionally visits Morrison’s grave in Paris.

Such is Morrison’s lasting mystique, that the programmes featured originate from four different BBC networks:

* Cult Heroes: Jim Morrison [Radio 5 Live 18/12/1990]
Tony Slattery looks back at Morrison’s volatile career

* Dreadzone Aldous Huxley Readings [Radio 1 1995]
Greg Roberts [now Greg Dread] reads excerpts from ‘Brave New World’]

* The Marriage of Heaven and Hell [Radio 3 29/03/1995]
A unique interpretation of William Blake’s 18th century masterpiece

* Like A Rolling Stone [Radio 4 26/03/2006]
The life, work and lasting influence of French poet Arthur Rimbaud

* The Cemetery Confessions [Radio 4 06/05/2004]
A star-studded cast interprets the final confessions of some of the many notable occupants of the Cimetiere du Pere-Lachaise, Paris.

Producer: Mik Wilkojc

Made for BBC Radio 4 Extra

Friday, 22 February 2019

Yes - Top Gear Session 14th June 1969

YES - TOP GEAR SESSION 14.06.69 (320kbs-m4a/36mb/15mins)
BBC Radio 6 Music broadcast: 13th December 2017

Yes - Looking Around
Yes - Sweet Dreams
Yes - Then
Yes - Every Day

Thursday, 21 February 2019

Paris Blue

PARIS BLUE (320kbs-m4a/65mb/28mins)
BBC Radio 4 broadcast: 8th February 2019

Jazz writer Kevin Legendre explores the encounter between American modern jazz and the French New wave in Paris in the late 1950s and 60s.

Paris in the civil rights era was a hub of artistic collaboration as well as a kind of political refuge - a destination for American jazz musicians escaping racial prejudice and turbulence at home, finding new creative encounters abroad.

As segregation raged in the US, artists from Miles Davis and Bud Powell to Art Blakey and Thelonious Monk felt liberated in the city. Paris was the first foreign city Miles Davis ever visited and it was here he met Picasso. Sartre and Jean Cocteau. "It was the freedom of being in France and being treated like a human being...” he wrote, “It changed the way I looked at things forever. I loved being in Paris and Paris was where I understood that all white people were not the same; that some weren't prejudiced."

The admiration was mutual - French cinephiles loved American jazz. The film score became a key area of collaboration as jazz musicians worked closely with a younger generation of radical directors that made up the French new wave. These scores elevated French films to new levels of intensity, cool and atmosphere.

Some of the musicians' great but little known work is recorded in these movies. But underlying the beautiful work, this story is one of political exile as well as cultural refuge. For a moment Paris became a jazz capital of the world as well as the free-thinking centre of Europe - a rebuke to prejudice in America, even as it had growing racial tensions of its own.

Recorded in and around the city, Kevin Legendre meets musicians, filmmakers and writers to explore this incredible moment of exile and exchange, and asks if Paris is still the city of freedom and tolerance it once was for Black artists.

Guests include jazz singer Dee Dee Bridgewater, film director Bertrand Tavernier, composer Martial Solal, jazz writer Geoff Dyer, historians Kevi Donat and Ginette Vincendeau, bass player Henri Texier and playwright Jake Lamar.

Producer: Simon Hollis
A Brook Lapping production for BBC Radio 4

Wednesday, 20 February 2019

Shine Like Tokyo - Northern Soul Goes East!

SHINE LIKE TOKYO - NORTHERN SOUL GOES EAST! (320kbs-m4a/63mb/27mins)
BBC Radio 4 broadcast: 5th February 2019

It's 40 years since DJ Russ Winstanley unleashed the Wigan Casino on the world playing Northern Soul to thousands of young people in the club's legendary all-nighters.

The 70s were the heyday of the music genre and the Wigan Casino even beat New York's Studio 54 for title of Billboard Magazine 'best disco in the world' in 1978.

Northern Soul is often thought to be firmly rooted in place and time but four decades on from the opening of the Wigan Casino, Annie Nightingale discovers how it's capturing the imagination of people as far east as Japan.

She looks back at the roots of Northern Soul before hearing from DJs spinning their discs in Kobe, a Northern Soul band in Tokyo and regulars at night spots in several Japanese cities.

Soulies in England and Japan reflect on what it is that helps them 'keep the faith' while Annie tries to work out if there's a connection between the Northern England of the 70s and the Japan of 2013.

Producer: Liam Starkey
A Made in Manchester production for BBC Radio 4.

Tuesday, 19 February 2019

Soul Music: Series 27 - 2. Shine On You Crazy Diamond

SOUL MUSIC: SERIES 27 - 2. SHINE ON YOU CRAZY DIAMOND (320kbs-m4a/64mb/28mins)
BBC Radio 4 broadcast: 26th December 2018

Shine On You Crazy Diamond discussed by voices including David Gilmour of Pink Floyd.

Understood to have been written about Syd Barrett, their former band member, it’s both a tribute, and a call for him to ‘shine on’ despite suffering serious mental health issues.

In this edition of Soul Music, David Gilmour of Pink Floyd recalls the legendary day that Syd Barrett unexpectedly appeared in the studio where they were recording Wish You Were Here, the album bookended by Shine On. Nobody recognised Syd at first; once handsome and slender, he'd gained weight and shaved his head and eyebrows.

Another contributor to the programme, Anna Gascoigne, talks about the pain of losing her son, Jay. He was a gentle boy, a talented musician, who eventually succumbed to the multiple mental health problems he had battled for years. Shine On You Crazy Diamond, for Anna, speaks directly to her of Jay; he loved Pink Floyd and Shine On was played at his memorial service. Anna, herself, was driven to the brink of suicide by her son’s death. It was the support of her family – including her brother, Paul Gascoigne - that helped her to carry on.

Ed Steelefox, a DJ based in Worcester, describes a New Year’s Eve house-party of a few years ago: as the guests gradually fell asleep he chose to slip out the door leaving a non-stop playlist of different, live, versions of Shine On You Crazy Diamond to penetrate their dreams.

And Professor Allan Moore, a regular Soul Music contributor, takes to the grand piano to play and talk about what it is in the track that is so directly reminiscent of Syd Barrett.

NB: Details of organisations offering information and support are available at, or you can call for free, at any time to hear recorded information on 08000 566 065. Please scroll further down this page to 'Related Links' for direct links to actionline, and for more information about Jay's story.

Producer: Karen Gregor

Monday, 18 February 2019

Soul Music: Series 27 - 1. River

SOUL MUSIC: SERIES 27 - 1. RIVER (320kbs-m4a/64mb/28mins)
BBC Radio 4 broadcast: 19th December 2018

A new series of Soul Music begins with stories of Joni Mitchell's 'River', from her iconic 1971 album Blue. A song about the breakdown of a relationship and of a longing to be elsewhere that has become a melancholy Christmas anthem.

It's coming on Christmas / They're cutting down trees / They're putting up reindeer / And singing songs of joy and peace / Oh I wish I had a river / I could skate away on....

Emotional true stories of what the song means to different people, including comedian Chris Forbes, who lost his father on Christmas Day; Isobel, who fell sick far from home and understands the longing to be elsewhere captured in the song; Laura, who heard the song while pregnant at Christmastime; writer Rob Crossan, who will forever associate the song with his first love; Canadian poet Lorna Crozier who describes the frozen rivers of her and Joni's Saskatchewan childhood; and from Joni Mitchell's biographer David Yaffe.

Includes a rare live recording of 'River' from a BBC Concert in 1970, hosted by John Peel. The other versions of the song are by (in order of appearance) Joni Mitchell (Blue, 1971), Scott Matthews (Live Session for BBC 6 Music, 2011), Béla Fleck and the Flecktones (Jingle All the Way, 2008) and the Belgian indie choir Scala & Kolacny Brothers (Live Session for BBC 6 Music, 2011).

Producer: Mair Bosworth

Sunday, 17 February 2019

Rik Mayall On Radio

RIK MAYALL ON RADIO (320kbs-m4a/409mb/2hrs58mins)
BBC Radio 4 Extra broadcast: 22nd December 2018

Broadcaster and Producer John Lloyd explores the fascinating radio contributions of the actor and comedian Rik Mayall to reveal a remarkable and eclectic mix of programmes and archives.

Rik Mayall, was one of the first and foremost alternative comedians in the UK, best known for his work on TV's The Young Ones, Bottom and The New Statesmen which all had tremendous impact on British situation comedy. However whilst enjoying tremendous success on television Mayall made many captivating contributions to radio which are often overlooked.

In this special tribute, in the year Mayall would have celebrated his sixtieth birthday, John Lloyd introduces highlights from Mayall’s radio years along with illuminating new interviews from some of the people closest to him.

Programmes featured include;

** Higher Education (2000). Mayall stars in the Lloyd Peters drama.

** The Reunion (2018) An edited version of the programme as Sue MacGregor reunites five people who made their names in the ground-breaking TV comedy The Young Ones.

**Bedside Tales: May 22nd. (2009) A classic episode of Rik's series co-written with John Nicholson

Charting Mayall's career through radio we also hear illuminating and rare footage of interviews along with extracts from his readings and plays.

Producer: Stephen Garner

Made for BBC Radio 4 Extra and first broadcast in 2018.

Saturday, 16 February 2019

How To Burn A Million Quid

HOW TO BURN A MILLION QUID (320kbs-m4a/368mb/2hrs39mins)
BBC Radio 4 podcast: 15th to 21st January 2019

Outrageous comedy drama telling the true story of the chart-topping pop duo known as KLF who, in 1994, burned £1 million in cash on a remote Scottish Island, with only one journalist and their roadie-come-fixer, Gimpo, in attendance. Why? Why would they do that?

How To Burn a Million Quid lays the story bare. A comic, surreal and fast moving adventure that sees Bill and Jimmy rise to the very top of the music industry, becoming the biggest selling music act in the UK before crashing out of the industry in spectacular fashion and heading toward the art world with the intention of creating similar mayhem. Inspired by a madcap theatrical genius and a cult novel, they blaze a trail that takes them to Sweden, the North Pole and the Sierra Nevada, via Northampton, before arriving finally on the Isle of Jura, with two suitcases containing a million quid.

It was their mission to cause chaos. And they did.

A sonic roller coaster featuring Paul Higgins (The Thick of It, Line of Duty) as Bill Drummond, Nicholas Burns (Nathan Barley, The World's End) as Jimmy Cauty, with Kevin Eldon as Gimpo, Jeremy Stockwell as Ken Campbell and an outstanding cast of multi-voice comedy performers.

Bill Drummond: Paul Higgins
Jimmy Cauty: Nicholas Burns
Gimpo: Kevin Eldon
Ken Campbell: Jeremy Stockwell
Everyone else: Kate O’Sullivan, Polly Kemp, Ronnie Jhuttie and Niall Ashdown
Original music by Somerset & Lewin
Original music by MZYLKYPOP (Mick Somerset, David Lewin, Simon Lewinski, Rachel E, Flip Clegg and Thom Foote)
Sound Design by Carl Scheleeshti Johnson
Produced and Directed by Boz Temple-Morris
Written by Sean Grundy and Cara Jennings

A HOLY MOUNTAIN production for BBC Radio 4.

HOW TO BURN A MILLION QUID - 1. PREVIEW (320kbs-m4a/6mb/3mins)
BBC Radio 4 podcast: 15th January 2019

HOW TO BURN A MILLION QUID - 2. RULE 1 (320kbs-m4a/62mb/27mins)
BBC Radio 4 podcast: 16th January 2019

Rule 1. Begin an inner alchemy to transcend the consensual reality tunnel and move from a state of fixation to a condition of mutability.

HOW TO BURN A MILLION QUID - 3. RULE 2 (320kbs-m4a/55mb/24mins)
BBC Radio 4 podcast: 17th January 2019

Rule 2: Don’t do anything unless it’s heroic.

Bill, Jimmy and Gimpo set off for Sweden in order to persuade Abba to let them sample their music. They’ll be OK with that. Won’t they? Just in case they say no, they’re taking all the records with them so that they can burn the vinyl before the legal deadline. Just in case.

Besides, Bill has another plan for how to get onto Top of the Pops.

HOW TO BURN A MILLION QUID - 4. RULE 3 (320kbs-m4a/67mb/29mins)
BBC Radio 4 podcast: 18th January 2019

Rule 3: Only a madman is absolutely sure.

Pop stardom is going well, the KLF are a music industry sensation with a string of hits. An inspired collaboration with country music legend Tammy Wynette takes them to new heights. But is that enough, asks Bill, where’s the meaning? In the North Pole perhaps? Well that’s the conclusion he reaches and so off they go. Really. All this happened.

HOW TO BURN A MILLION QUID - 5. RULE 4 (320kbs-m4a/49mb/21mins)
BBC Radio 4 podcast: 19th January 2019

Rule 4: Go it alone.

At the height of their success the KLF can do no wrong. But they really want to. News of their forthcoming BRIT Award confirms their status as music industry establishment – exactly the thing they’re fighting against – and so they go in search of an idea so outrageous, so disgusting, that they would succeed in becoming outcast from the industry. At the BRIT Awards ceremony of 1992 they try out their idea…

HOW TO BURN A MILLION QUID - 6. RULE 5 (320kbs-m4a/57mb/25mins)
BBC Radio 4 podcast: 20th January 2019

Rule 5: Know when to walk away.

With the last gasp from the now dead sheep, the KLF leave the music industry. They now take their fight against the Illuminati to the art world, and the Turner Prize of 1994. They are about to have the most brilliant idea of all. Or the most stupid. You decide.

HOW TO BURN A MILLION QUID - 7. RULE 6 (320kbs-m4a/73mb/32mins)
BBC Radio 4 podcast: 21st January 2019

Rule 6: Never ask for anyone’s blessing.

Finally, having landed on the Isle of Jura, Bill, Jimmy, Gimpo, and one chosen witness check into the Jura hotel carrying two suitcases containing a million quid. They must pass the night before committing the act for which they have come. Burning one million pounds. Can they really go through with it?

Friday, 15 February 2019

Desert Island Discs: Jeremy Deller

DESERT ISLAND DISCS: JEREMY DELLER (320kbs-m4a/99mb/43mins)
BBC Radio 4 broadcast: 6th January 2019

The Turner Prize-winning artist Jeremy Deller is perhaps best known for We’re Here Because We’re Here, a moving and powerful memorial to the Battle of the Somme, and The Battle of Orgreave – a re-enactment of the confrontation between police and pickets at the height of the miners’ strike.

Deller doesn’t paint, draw or sculpt and his work encompasses film, photography and installations. At school his creative endeavours were not always appreciated, and at 13 he was asked to leave the art class.

His lifelong love of history was ignited by childhood trips to museums with his father, and is evident in the subjects he addresses, from Stonehenge, which he re-created as a giant bouncy castle, to William Morris. He managed to meet Andy Warhol in London in 1986 and went to spend two formative weeks at Warhol’s New York City studio, the Factory. The experience crystallised in Deller the belief that art can come in many forms and that an artist can create their own world of ideas.

His memorial to commemorate the 200th anniversary of the Peterloo Massacre will be unveiled in August 2019.

BOOK CHOICE: An A to Z London Street Atlas
LUXURY: A stretch of road over Hay Bluff between Hay-on-Wye and Abergavenny.
CASTAWAY'S FAVOURITE: Out of the Blue by Roxy Music.

Presenter: Lauren Laverne
Producer: Paula McGinley

The Sweet - Block Buster! [BMG]
The Beach Boys - In My Room [EMI]
Roxy Music - Out Of The Blue [Polydor]
The KLF - Last Train To Trancentral (Live From The Lost Continent) [KLF Communications]
The Congos - Fisherman [VP]
Melodians Steel Orchestra - Hallelujah
The Freedom Singers - We Shall Overcome [TP4 Music]
Willie Nelson - Red Headed Stranger [Sony]

Thursday, 14 February 2019

Sound Of Cinema - 227. Hitch And Herrmann

SOUND OF CINEMA - 227. HITCH AND HERRMANN (320kbs-m4a/134mb/58mins)
BBC Radio 3 broadcast: 19th January 2019

Matthew Sweet examines the Alfred Hitchcock/Bernard Herrmann artistic collaboration through the music for their films, including North By Northwest, Psycho, Marnie, and Vertigo.

The programme marks the BBC's Icons Season. Alfred Hitchcock features among the short list of Icons in the "Artists and Writers" category in BBC TWO's venture to discover the 20th Century's most important and influential figure. Further details can be found on the "BBC Icons" website.

Jeremiah Bornfield - Hitchcock/Truffaut (2015) - Etheric Bath [Postsound]
Nitin Sawhney - The Lodger (1927): Titles [Network]
Louis Levy - The Lady Vanishes (1938) - Prelude [Silva Screen]
Bernard Herrmann - The Trouble With Harry (1955) - Overture, Autumn [Varese Sarabande]
Arthur Benjamin - The Man Who Knew Too Much (1956) - Storm Clouds Cantata [Toccata Classics]
Bernard Herrmann - The Wrong Man (1956) - Prelude
Bernard Herrmann - Vertigo (1958) - Prelude And Rooftop [Varese Sarabande]
Bernard Herrmann - Vertigo (1958) - Carlotta's Portrait, Scene D'Amour [Varese Sarabande]
Bernard Herrmann - North By Northwest (1959) - Overture [Sony]
Bernard Herrmann - Psycho (1960) - Shower Scene [Sony]
Bernard Herrmann - The Birds (1963) - Suite [Sinetone]
Bernard Herrmann - Marnie (1964) - Prelude, Marnie [Varese Sarabande]
Charles‐François Gounod - Alfred Hitchcock Theme - Funeral March For A Marionette [Not Now Music]
Bernard Herrmann - Torn Curtain (1966) - Prelude [Varese Sarabande]
John Addison - Torn Curtain (1966) - Prelude, End Credits [Decca]
Bernard Herrmann - Twisted Nerve (1968) - The Twisted Nerve - Jazz [Kritzerland]
Bernard Herrmann - Psycho (1960) - Prelude [Sony]

Wednesday, 13 February 2019

Sound Of Cinema - 224. Sherlock Holmes

SOUND OF CINEMA - 224. SHERLOCK HOLMES (320kbs-m4a/134mb/58mins)
BBC Radio 3 broadcast: 29th December 2018

Conan Doyle's detective takes to the screens again this Christmas with a new comic film, "Holmes & Watson", with music by Mark Mothersbaugh. Matthew Sweet marks the event with a look back on some of the super-sleuth's celebrated film scores including "The Adventures OF Sherlock Holmes's Smarter Brother", "The Legend of the Hound of the Baskervilles", "Sherlock Holmes - A Game of Shadows", "Young Sherlock Holmes", "The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes", "The Voice of Terror", "Sherlock", "Sherlock Holmes In New York", "They Might Be Giants", "Sherlock Holmes", "The Seven Per Cent Solution", "A Study In Terror", "The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes", "Mr Holmes", "Holmes & Watson".

James Bernard - The Legend Of The Hound Of The Baskervilles (1959) - Main Title [Varese Sarabande]
Hans Zimmer - Sherlock Holmes (2009) - Discombobulate [Sony Classical]
Eille Norwood - Danse Des Follettes
Bruce Broughton - Young Sherlock Holmes (1985) - Riddle Solved And End Titles [Bruce Broughton]
Cyril Mockridge - The Adventures Of Sherlock Holmes (1999) - Main Title [Varese Sarabande]
Hans J. Salter - Sherlock Holmes And The Voice Of Terror (1942) - No Time To Lose; End Titles [Marco Polo]
David Arnold & Michael Price - Sherlock (2010) - Opening Titles [Silva Screen]
Richard Rodney Bennett - Sherlock Holmes In New York (1975) - Holmes [Intrada Special Collection]
Vladimir Dashkevich - The Adventure Of Sherlock Holmes And Dr Watson (1980) - Titles
Patrick Gowers - Sherlock Holmes (1984) - 221B Baker Street [Varese Sarabande]
John Barry - They Might Be Giants (1971) - The Game's Afoot [Silva Screen]
John Addison - The Seven Percent Solution (1976) - Suite [Varese Sarabande]
John Scott - A Study In Terror (1965) - Title [Varese Sarabande]
Miklós Rózsa - The Private Life Of Sherlock Holmes (1970) - Main Titles; 221B Baker Street [Tadlow Music]
Carter Burwell - Mr Holmes (2015) - The Consolation Of A Fiction [Lakeshore]
Hans Zimmer - Sherlock Holmes: A Game Of Shadows (2011) - It's So Overt It's Covert [Sony Classical]
Mark Mothersbaugh - Holmes & Watson (2018) - End Credits Suite [Sony Classical]

Tuesday, 12 February 2019

The Chemical Brothers - Desert Island Disco Mix

BBC Radio 6 Music broadcast: 11th January 2019

Millennium - The Island [Sony Music]
Clint Eastwood & General Saint - Hey Mr D.J.
The Chemical Brothers - Problem FX
Master Jay & Michael Dee - T.S.O.B. (The Sound Of Brooklyn)
The Chemical Brothers - MAH [Virgin/EMI]
Red Axes - Teroof [Phantasy Sound]
The Chemical Brothers - Unreleased Track
Masters At Work - Justa 'Lil' Dope
The Feedback - The Feedback
Beastie Boys - Stand Together [EMI]
Optimo Jam - Optimo Jam
Margot - Magico Disco
Kraftwerk - Europe Endless

Intro (320kbs-m4a/9mb/4mins)
Outro (320kbs-m4a/4mb/1min)

Monday, 11 February 2019

Helena Hauff - Late Junction Mixtape

HELENA HAUFF - LATE JUNCTION MIXTAPE 03.01.19 (320kbs-m4a/63mb/27mins)
BBC Radio 3 broadcast: 3rd January 2019

Max Reinhardt presents a pulsing, genre-splicing mixtape from Hamburg techno legend, the musician and DJ Helena Hauff.

An expert in the art of the mix, Helena became obsessed with DJing in her teens after a particularly life-changing night at a techno club, and soon became a resident at Hamburg’s notorious basement bar the Golden Pudel. Alongside her mixing, she began to make live tracks with vintage synths and drum machines.

It was there that she met Darren Cunningham aka Actress, and through him released her first EP on Ninja Tune in 2013. Two years later, she released her debut full-length album, Discreet Desires, named one of Rolling Stones magazine’s top 20 electronic albums of that year. Her latest release Qualm was unapologetically raw, described by her as the product of “trying to create something powerful without using too many instruments and layers”.

Over the past five years, she’s become one of the most sought after and respected selectors, touring the world with expertly curated DJ sets spanning acid, electro, EBM, techno and post punk and headlining festivals like Sonar and Dekmantel.

Helena’s mixtape reflects her love of crate digging, from ‘70s library music and Yusef Lateef to psychedelic stoner rock and Meredith Monk, and of course a good dose of techno and leftfield electro.

Produced by Katie Callin for Reduced Listening.

Stringtronics - Mindbender [Vadim Music]
Mike Steiphenson - Dreams [Disques Vogue‎]
Chico Mello - Dança [m=minimal]
XVARR - Quasi-Hypnotic [Thuluth]
Yusef Lateef - Lowland Lullabye [Atlantic]
Felix Kubin & Das Mineralorchester - Hexen [Dekorder]
Michael Weisser & Otto Luening & Vladimir Ussachevsky - Untitled [Weltraum]
John Bender - Meat
Freakthemachine - Panzerkreuz 1035 [Panzerkreuz Holland]
The Kings Of Frog Island - In Memoriam [Elektrohasch Schallplatten]
Friendsound - Childsong [RCA Victor]
Meredith Monk - Gotham Lullaby [ECM‎]

Intro (320kbs-m4a/7mb/3mins)
Outro (320kbs-m4a/4mb/2mins)

Sunday, 10 February 2019

Mervyn Peake - Gormenghast

MERVYN PEAKE - GORMENGHAST (320kbs-m4a/205mb/1hr29mins)
BBC Radio 4 Extra broadcast: 1st December 2018

As young Titus approaches his destiny in Gormenghast, he faces the rise of the ruthlessly ambitious Steerpike.

The second of two plays based on the Gormenghast novels by Mervyn Peake - dramatised by Brian Sibley.

Stars Sting as Steerpike
Freddie Jones as The Artist
Bernard Hepton as Dr Prunesquallor
Judy Parfitt as Irma Prunesquallor
Eleanor Bron as Gertrude
Sheila Hancock as Clarice and Cora
Jill Lidstone as Fuchsia
Cyril Shaps as Flay
Maurice Denham as Barquentine
Michael Aldridge as Bellgrove
Hilda Schroder as Nannie Slagg
Vicky Ireland as Titus aged 7
Julian Firth as Titus aged 17


Mulefire .... Arnold Diamond
Cutflower ... David Garth
Shrivell ... Alan Thompson
Shred ... David Sinclair
Opus Fluke ... John Forbes Robertston
Perch-Prism ... David Gooderson

Director: Glyn Dearman.

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 1984.

Saturday, 9 February 2019

Mervyn Peake - Titus Groan

MERVYN PEAKE - TITUS GROAN (320kbs-m4a/205mb/1hr29mins)
BBC Radio 4 Extra broadcast: 24th November 2018

The arrival of baby Titus, the 77th Earl of Groan, causes consternation in the crumbling citadel of Gormenghast

The first of two plays based on the Gormenghast novels by Mervyn Peake - dramatised by Brian Sibley.

Starring Sting as Steerpike
Freddie Jones as The Artist
Bernard Hepton as Dr Prunesquallor
Judy Parfitt as Irma Prunesquallor
David Warner as Sepulchrave
Eleanor Bron as Gertrude
Sheila Hancock as Clarice and Cora
Jill Lidstone as Fuchsia
Cyril Shaps as Flay
Robert Eddison as Sourdust
Maurice Denham as Barquentine
Stratford Johns as Swelter
Hilda Schroder as Nannie Slagg
Melinda Walker as Keda
Graham Blockey as Rantel
and Peter Acre as Braigon

Director: Glyn Dearman.

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 1984.

Friday, 8 February 2019

A Hundred Years Of Mervyn Peake

A HUNDRED YEARS OF MERVYN PEAKE (320kbs-m4a/64mb/28mins)
BBC Radio 4 Extra broadcast: 27th November 2018

"The intense love for my parents, with its resultant anguish, lives on for me". Sebastian Peake, eldest son of Mervyn Peake, the remarkable author and artist, takes a return trip to the Island of Sark where he spent his childhood.

Peake, whose centenary is being celebrated this week, is best known for his 'Titus Groan' series of novels, and to a lesser degree his art and illustrations; but he was also a passionate husband, married to artist Maeve Gilmore, and family man. Never too busy to indulge his children, he enriched their lives with his fantastical imagination as much as those who read his novels or relished his art.

Here, Sebastian revisits the family home in the Channel Islands, walks the traffic free byways, recalling his remarkable father; the day he sketched 50 of the islanders at the annual fair; the acts of derring-do, climbing down to dangerous coves to gather semi-precious stones for Maeve; his time as one of the Sark Group of painters; and finally the days spent writing his most famous novel, 'Gormenghast'.

With his brother Fabian, he pours over diaries, paintings and sketches to talk about their father's artistic legacy, from the best loved "Treasure Island" illustrations to poignant sketches of the last inhabitants of Belsen. With his sister Clare, he mourns his fathers struggles in later life, the onset of Parkinson's and the difficult final years for the family, and their mother in particular.

This is the life of Mervyn Peake, from his youth as an artist, to his untimely death in 1957, having become one of the most truly imaginative and haunting writers in the world, talking to those who knew him best.

Producer: Sara Jane Hall.

Thursday, 7 February 2019

Neil Gaiman's Norse Mythology

NEIL GAIMAN'S NORSE MYTHOLOGY (320kbs-m4a/200mb/1hr27mins)
BBC Radio 4 broadcast: 26th December 2018

‘And the game begins anew…’

As the nights draw in and frost begins to crackle in the air, Neil Gaiman’s Norse Mythology comes to Radio 4, inviting us into a world of gods and monsters, fiery endings and new beginnings, tricks and trust.

Diana Rigg, Derek Jacobi, Colin Morgan and Natalie Dormer lead a stellar cast, inviting us into these stories of old betrayals – and new hope.

We meet the trickster god Loki and his astonishing children – the giant wolf Fenrir, Jormungundr the snake that encircles the world, and Hel, the little girl who grows up to be Queen of the dead. We meet Odin the all-father, who sacrificed his eye to see the future, and Freya the understandably angry, most beautiful of the gods and always being gambled for by unwanted suitors. And the stories take us to the very end of the world, Ragnarok.

The stellar cast also includes Luke Newberry, Nonso Anozie, Rhashan Stone, Don Gilet, Nathaniel Martello-White, Tayla Kovacevic-Ebong, Lucy Doyle, Michael Bertenshaw, Lewis Bray, Alexandra Constantinidi, Cameron Percival, Saffron Coomber…. And Neil Gaiman himself.

Author …… Neil Gaiman
Adaptor …… Lucy Catherine
Sound Design …… Wilfredo Acosta
Director & Producer …… Allegra McIlroy


Teller …… Diana Rigg
Odin …… Derek Jacobi
Freya …… Natalie Dormer
Loki …… Colin Morgan
Thor …… Nathaniel Martello-White
Balder …… Luke Newberry
Thrym …… Nonso Anozie
Fenrir …… Rhashan Stone
Heimdall …… Tayla Kovacevic -Ebong
Mimir …… Don Gilet
Sif …… Lucy Doyle
The Stranger …… Lewis Bray
Brokk …… Michael Bertenshaw
Hel …… Alexandra Constantinidi
Eitri …… Cameron Percival
Angrboda …… Saffron Coomber
Magnus …… Eviee Lavery
Young Hel …… Grace Doherty
Radio …… Neil Gaiman

Wednesday, 6 February 2019

Neil Brand - The Haunting Of M.R. James

NEIL BRAND - THE HAUNTING OF M.R. JAMES (320jbs-m4a/131mb/57mins)
BBC Radio 4 broadcast: 22nd December 2018

Starring Mark Gatiss. Every Christmas, the master of the ghost story, M.R. James would read a tale to his Cambridge students. In this original chilling drama he finds horrific events from those stories are echoed in reality alongside the inevitable forces of change and modernism.

M.R. James ..... Mark Gatiss
Gwendolyn MacBryde ..... Fenella Woolgar
Jack Pownall ..... Ryan Whittle
Dr. Luxmoore ..... Gerard McDermott
Davey Steadman ..... Cameron Percival
Sellerman ..... Ronny Jhutti
Jukes ..... Michael Bertenshaw
Grant ..... Tony Turner
Thomas Herrick ..... Ewan Bailey
Dr. Cameron ..... Chris Harper
Webb ..... Sam Dale
Student ..... Lewis Bray

Director: David Hunter.

Tuesday, 5 February 2019

Nigel Kneale - The Road

NIGEL KNEALE - THE ROAD (320kbs-m4a/101mb/44mins)
BBC Radio 4 broadcast: 27th October 2018

Mark Gatiss and Adrian Scarborough star as a philosopher and scientist investigating ghostly outbreaks in a country wood in 1768. Neither is quite prepared for the shocking truth that they uncover. Nigel Kneale’s legendary lost 1963 TV play, famed for its haunting climax, has been adapted by Toby Hadoke.

Gideon Cobb .... Mark Gatiss
Sir Timothy Hassall .... Adrian Scarborough
Lady Lavinia Hassall .... Hattie Morahan
Jethro .... Colin Mcfarlane
Tetsy .... Susan Wokoma
Lukey Platt .... Francis Magee
Big Jeff .... Ralph Ineson

Directed by Charlotte Riches.

Monday, 4 February 2019

Mike Walker - Alpha

MIKE WALKER - ALPHA (320kbs-m4a/131mb/57mins)
BBC Radio 4 Extra broadcast: 10th November 2018

An all-knowing computer appears to have an independent life of its own - an abomination for those who believe in a supreme creator.

Father Marquez is sent to interrogate ‘Alpha’ to decide whether or not it can be allowed to exist. During their conversations, Marquez finds out far more than he expects about both Alpha and - much more disturbingly - himself...

Mike Walker’s chilling drama won Gold at the Sony Radio Academy Awards 2001.

Stars David Calder as Father Marquez, Sarah-Jane Holm as Alpha, John Moffatt as Cardinal Correlli, Ana Sofrenovia as Katerina, Daniel O'Grady as Tom and Lexi Ross as Sophia.

Original music composed and played by David Chilton.

Producer: Gordon House

First broadcast on the BBC World Service in 2001.

Sunday, 3 February 2019

Isaac Asimov - I, Robot

ISAAC ASIMOV - I, ROBOT (320kbs-m4a/158mb/69mins)
BBC Radio 4 broadcast: 7th to 11th January 2019

The rise of robotics in the 21st century, told through the poignant and mysterious story of enigmatic lawyer, Stevie Byerley.

As a child, Stevie Byerley is raised by Robbie, a robotic childminder, because her parents are too busy working. The powerful bond she forms with the robot is unbreakable. Their relationship will change the course of Stevie's life.

Originally written over 60 years ago, Isaac Asimov's stories are becoming truer with every day that passes. The world that he imagined is now upon us.

Dramatised by Richard Kurti.

Produced and Directed by Andrew Mark Sewell.

A B7 production for BBC Radio 4.

ISAAC ASIMOV - I, ROBOT - 1. ROBBIE (320kbs-m4a/32mb/14mins)
BBC Radio 4 broadcast: 7th January 2019

Stevie Byerley is raised by a robotic childminder. Their relationship will change the course of her life.

With Hermione Norris as Stevie Byerley, Kelly Burke as Robbie, Mia Burgess as Young Stevie, Dianna Weller as Grace Byerley and Derek Riddell as George Byerley.

ISAAC ASIMOV - I, ROBOT - 2. REASON (320kbs-m4a/32mb/14mins)
BBC Radio 4 broadcast: 8th January 2019

Following a car crash, Stevie returns to work. Her first case involves a robot with a Messiah complex.

With Hermione Norris as Stevie Byerley, Brendan Coyle as Quinn, Nicholas Briggs as Cutie and Doug Devaney as Powell.

ISAAC ASIMOV - I, ROBOT - 3. LITTLE LOST ROBOT (320kbs-m4a/32mb/14mins)
BBC Radio 4 broadcast: 9th January 2019

A reprogrammed robot goes AWOL on a space station, with potentially lethal consequences.

With Hermione Norris as Stevie Byerley, Brendan Coyle as Quinn, Gary Turner as Dr Black, Nicholas Briggs as Nestor Robots and Diane Spencer as the Psychiatrist.

ISAAC ASIMOV - I, ROBOT - 4. LIAR (320kbs-m4a/32mb/14mins)
BBC Radio 4 broadcast: 10th January 2019

Stevie is summoned to a lab in Siberia, where a robot has developed the ability to read human minds.

With Hermione Norris as Stevie Byerley, Brendan Coyle as Quinn, Dianne Weller as SZ-34/Suzi, Michael Cochrane as Doctor Lanning and Corrinne Weeks as Andrea Ashe.

ISAAC ASIMOV - I, ROBOT - 5. THE EVITABLE CONFLICT (320kbs-m4a/32mb/14mins)
BBC Radio 4 broadcast: 11th January 2019

Stevie's meteoric rise to power leads to a final showdown with Quinn, finally revealing her secret.

With Hermione Norris as Stevie Byerley, Brendan Coyle as Quinn, Derek Riddell as the Doctor, Diane Spencer as the Legal Secretary and Robert Blackwood as the Tour Guide.

Saturday, 2 February 2019

Philip K. Dick - Do Androids Dream Of Electric Sheep?

PHILIP K. DICK - DO ANDROIDS DREAM OF ELECTRIC SHEEP? (320kbs-m4a/259mb/1hr53mins)
BBC Radio 4 Extra broadcast: 5th & 12th January 2019

Philip K. Dick's cult sci-fi novel inspired the film Blade Runner. Set in a world devastated by nuclear war, a San Francisco bounty hunter is on a mission to retire a group of rogue androids. James Purefoy and Jessica Raine star in this new adaptation.

Dramatised by Jonathan Holloway.

Directed by Sasha Yevtushenko.

BBC Radio 4 Extra broadcast: 5th January 2019

In post-war 1992 androids are becoming indistinguishable from human beings, even in their capacity to love, and bounty hunter Rick Deckard is tasked with locating and retiring a rogue group of escaped androids who have fled a life of slavery and returned to Earth.

BBC Radio 4 Extra broadcast: 12th January 2019

Bounty hunter Rick Deckard is on a mission to locate and retire a rogue group of androids who have escaped a life of slavery on Mars and returned to Earth. But now that androids are almost indistinguishable from human beings, 'retirement' begins to feel more like murder and Deckard's morals get in the way of the job. The boundaries continue to blur when he develops feelings for the beautiful and sentient Rachael Rosen, herself an android.

Friday, 1 February 2019

Soulwax - New Year's Eve House Party 2018

SOULWAX - NEW YEAR'S EVE HOUSE PARTY 2018 (320kbs-m4a/391mb/2hrs50mins)
BBC Radio 6 Music broadcast: 31st December 2018

The Dewaele brothers invite you round to theirs for three hours of NYE tunes and general festivity. Whether performing as Soulwax or 2manydjs, they've built up a few parties in their time. There aren't many people we'd rather have behind the 6 Music decks for New Year.

Marie Davidson - Work It
Ty Segall - Low Rider
Ty Segall - Despoiler Of Cadaver [Drag City]
Eyedress - Separation Anxiety
Lou Hayter - Cherry On Top [The New Sins]
Enjoy - I've Got The World In My Pocket [Big Love]
Baxter Dury - Miami (Parrot And Cocker Too Mix)
Miss Red - Money Machine [Pressure]
Basil Kirchin - Silicon Chip
Unknown Mortal Orchestra - Everyone Acts Crazy Nowadays [Jagjaguwar]
Jonathan Wilson - Miriam Montague
Gabe Gurnsey - Heavy Rubber [Phantasy Sound]
audiobooks - Dance Your Life Away
This Elegant Gull - Social Media
MixHell & Joe Goddard - Strong & Wrong (Feat. Mutado Pintado) [Mixhell/Delayed]
BeraadGeslagen - Deinze
Barbatuques - Baianá (Wolf Müller's Drum Drop) [Optimo Music]
The Unknown Cases - Masimbabele [Rough Trade]
Ryuichi Sakamoto - Aile De Honnêamise (Soulwax Edit) [SonMay]
Gesaffelstein - Reset
Axis "Ces53" Angelphase & Billy Ray De La Haye - Bring It Back Together [Purple Albatross]
Simple Minds - This Fear Of Gods [Virgin]
Niagara - Sangandongo [United Artists]
Ettika - Ettika [Johnnie Coco Musik]
Ewoks - Trabajar
Miss Mina - Pepisco
Mahotella Queens - Wozani Mahipi
The Barking Dogs - SWB [Ruvido]
Michael Nesmith - Cruisin' [Pacific Arts]
Talking Heads - Burning Down The House (Soulwax Yella Edit)
Cornelius - Helix/Spiral
Asa Moto - Kifesh [Deewee]
METAFIVE - Mezzanotte
Anna Dobiey - Mombasa [Bellaphon]
Bullion - It's No Spirit
Zohra - Badala Zamana [J.M.B.]
Erol Alkan - Spectrum
Raw Sex, Pure Energy - Give Sheep A Chance [Island]
Dreems & DJ OI - Kamp Krusty [Multi Culti]
Osamu Shoji - Airport In The South Islands (Soulwax Edit) [Philips]
Charlotte Adigéry - Paténipat [Deewee]
Plazmot - Orot Levanim [Malka Tuti]
Identified Patient - Peaceful Panic
Mytron & Ofofo - Talk Show [Multi Culti]
Zongamin - Nonstop [Multi Culti]
Gaffa - Attitude Dancing (Land Of A 1000 Dunces)
Tendts - Cosmic Swimmer (Soulwax Remix) [Lower Parts]
Pisca Power - Om Deum
Syclops - Sarah's E Is Back [Running Back]
Soulwax - Essential Three [PIAS]
Voor - Balança [EMI]
In Flagranti - Kachi Kachi (Unreleased Funky Mix) (Feat. Ayakamay) [Hotfoot]
Bella Boo - Is It Rude To Wear My Shades
Roxanne Shanté - My Groove Gets Better [Reprise]
Autarkic - Bongos & Tambourines (Simple Symmetry Remix)
Innershades & Robert D - Point Of No Return [9300]
Syclops - The Skipper [Pink Eye]
Phillipi & Rodrigo - Paciencia [Deewee]
Adesse Versions - Pulp Fusion [Delusions Of Grandeur]
System Activate - Ah (Uh Mix) (Soulwax Edit) [Blanco Y Negro]
KiNK - Throwing Elbows [Dame-Music‎]
Handbraekes - Diskow [Ed Banger]
Sworn Virgins - Fifty Dollar Bills [Deewee]
Fango - Rectum (Soulwax Edit) [Degustibus Music]
Nigel Richards - Scary (Soulwax Edit) [Sixeleven]