Carnivalism Fridays

  • Carnivalism Fridays No.103 – It’s Yours – Jon Cutler

    Carnivalism Fridays No.103 – It’s Yours – Jon Cutler

    An absolute Carnivalism anthem from the Brooklyn producer & DJ from back in 2001. Released on Chez Music.

  • Carnivalism Fridays No.102 – Heard it Through the Grapevine (Marvin Gaye / Michael McDonald Bootleg)

    Carnivalism Fridays No.102 – Heard it Through the Grapevine (Marvin Gaye / Michael McDonald Bootleg)

    Michael McDonald is one of those characters who doesn’t look like he sings, connections with Steely Dan and the Doobie Brothers this Soulful Baritone has won 5 Grammys.

  • Carnivalism Fridays No. 101 – Sweet Tee – I Got Da Feelin’

    Carnivalism Fridays No. 101 – Sweet Tee – I Got Da Feelin’

    This lady gets a mention in an earlier podcast, superb James Brown break that was later turned into a house track by Tin Tin Out.

  • Carnivalism Fridays No. 100 – Idris Muhammad – Could Heaven Ever Be Like This

    Carnivalism Fridays No. 100 – Idris Muhammad – Could Heaven Ever Be Like This

    New Orleans Jazz drumming cat Idris Muhammad has collaborated with many artists and produced this in 1977.

  • Carnivalism Fridays No. 99 – Archie Bell & The Drells – Strategy

    Carnivalism Fridays No. 99 – Archie Bell & The Drells – Strategy

    Taken from the self-titled album from 1979, Strategy was a final album before departing from Philadelphia International Records.

  • Carnivalism Fridays No. 98 Arrested Development – Give a Man a Fish

    Carnivalism Fridays No. 98 Arrested Development – Give a Man a Fish

    For me, the infectiousness of Arrested Development’s Give a Man a Fish is undoubtedly that bass hook. Taken from Minne Riperton’s When it Comes Down to it released in 1975.

  • Carnivalism Fridays No. 97 – New Mastersounds – Nervous

    Carnivalism Fridays No. 97 – New Mastersounds – Nervous

    Stemming from Leeds, Mastersounds originated back in 1997 but a pumped-up new line-up prompted the “New” addition to their name in 1999. It was a great time where live acts were penetrating the club scene, adding some welcome live-interaction to promoters rosters.

  • Carnivalism Fridays No. 96 – Johnnie Taylor – The Users (Cosmic Boogie’s Shergar Edit)

    Carnivalism Fridays No. 96 – Johnnie Taylor – The Users (Cosmic Boogie’s Shergar Edit)

    A boy with good old fashioned gospel roots, Johnnie Taylor produced a fair amount of work under Stax before moving to Columbia after it’s demise.

  • Carnivalism Fridays No. 95 – Hotel Motel – Hubbard Hills

    Carnivalism Fridays No. 95 – Hotel Motel – Hubbard Hills

    Sublimely put together by Bill Brester, co-author of Last Night A DJ Saved My Life, fantastic DJ and all round authority on the House Music scene.

  • Carnivalism Fridays No. 94: Armand van Helden – Flowerz

    ….Well, it’s nearly Spring isn’t it? Subscribe to Carnivalism Fridays in You tube  

  • Carnivalism Fridays No. 93 – Ronnie Hudson & The Street People – West Coast Poplock

    Carnivalism Fridays No. 93 – Ronnie Hudson & The Street People – West Coast Poplock

    Besides being an absolute party starter, this one is a bit messy so let’s start from the beginning and I hope I get it straight… One of Funk’s forefathers and Roger Troutman who was renowned for his use of the talkbox (before any of this autotune rubbish came about) produced tracks under the his own…

  • Carnivalism Fridays No. 92 – Girls on Top – Playing with Numbers

    Carnivalism Fridays No. 92 – Girls on Top – Playing with Numbers

    Thanks for the music Whitney… Subscribe to Carnivalism Fridays in You tube