Saturday, February 14, 2015

Fade To Grey! Show tracks for Sat. Feb. 14/15

CJAM continues it's month celebration of Black History month. This week we look at the British contributions to reggae.
Next week we feature dub and the last week of the month will British artists influenced by Caribbean (mainly Jamaican) music.
This week we heard the shocking news of the passing of new wave pioneer Steve Strange. After some health issues he passed away from a heart attack at age 55. Much to young to lose anyone. We open the show with some of his music with Visage. RIP Steve.
visage - the damned don't cry
visage - night train (orchestral)
visage - in the year 2525
paul weller - white sky
the new southern electrikk - brown eyes
the cribs - i see your picture every day
the rhubarb triangle - wakefield city blues
crushed beaks - replica
crushed beaks - history
peace - imaginary
kasabian - bow
superfood - you can believe
wire - joust & jostle
gang of four - graven image feat robbie furce
hot chip - huarache lights
public service broadcasting - e.v.a.
public service broadcasting - valentina feat smoke fairies
-----northern soul spotlight
edward hamilton & the arabians - baby don't you weep
margie joseph - i can't move no mountains
melba moore - the magic touch
chris calloway - you're something else
dena barnes - if you ever walked out of my life
-----lp session - black rivers "black rivers"
black rivers - diamond days
black rivers - the wind that shakes the barley
black rivers - coral sea
anteros - anteros
swim deep - to my brother
movie - misty windowpane
-----mixtape memories
steel pulse - handsworth revolution
aswad - 54:46 was my number
musical youth - youth of today
ub40 - wild cat
eddy grant - boys in the street

smiley culture - cockney translation
tippa irie - it's good to have the feeling you're the best
bitty mclean - it keeps raining
holly cook - superfast
joanna gruesome - last year
princess - black widow
froth - the eterniturtle
fireworks - switch me on
lightning in a twilight hour - everyone talks about the weather

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