Friday, 23 October 2015

Track Listings for The Boogie Wonderland Show 22nd October 2015

Below is the track listing for the Boogie Wonderland show dated 22nd October 2015. A link to the show can be found here:

The Boogie Wonderland Show - 22/10/2015 Playlist
Hour 1: 8 to 9pm
 Fragile Handle with Care
Lenny Williams
 Midnight Girl
The Tymes
 God's Gonna Punish You
Hues Corporation
 Miracle Maker (Sweet Soul Shaker)
Jean Luc Ponty; Carmell Jones; Henry Texier
 With A Little Help From My Friends
Klaus Doldinger's Passport with Les McCann
 Compared To What
Larry Corvell & Philip Catherine
Dave Brubeck Quartet & Gerry Mulligan
 Unfinished Woman
Dominique Toney
We Are (radio edit)
Don E
 Grown n Sexe
Teedra Moses
 Cognac & Conversation (feat Rick Ross)
Candace Woodson
 Free (1)
Hour 2: 9 to 10pm
 Ijo Soul (feat  Orlando Julius)
Florian Pellisier Interview
 Part 1
Florian Pellisier 
Florian Pellisier Interview
 Part 2
Florian Pellisier 
 Biches Bleues
Florian Pellisier Interview
 Part 3
 Smells Like Teen Spirit
Florian Pellisier Interview
 Part 4
Florian Pellisier
 Cinq minutes avant la fin
Florian Pellisier Interview
 Part 5
Florian Pellisier
Hour 3: 10 to 11pm
Jess Glynne
 Hold My Hand [Le Youth Remix]
Michale Calfan
Treasured Soul [Club Mix]
Pete Wilde, Swanky Tunes
 Wherever You Go [Dr Vades Remix]
Rae Morris
 Love Again [Clean Bandit Remix]
Blonde, Melissa Steel
 I Loved You
Mike Mago
The Gift [Mnark Knight Remix]
Mr Belt,  Wezol
Marvel Riot
 Each Time I See You [Vip Mix]
Kaleem Taylor, Tchami
 Promesses [Extended Mix]
Max Marinacci Feat Carla Prather
 More (Luyo's Street Orchestra Mix)
Owen Westlake
 What I'm Gonna Do
 Dance On
The Beat Corporation
 Candle Light
Waifs & Strays
 Just Dont Know

Wednesday, 21 October 2015

Track Listings for The Crazeology Radio Show 20th October

Below is the track listing for the Crazeology Radio show dated 20th October 2015. A link to the show can be found here:

Miles Davies
Art Blakey & The Jazz Messengers
 When Your Lover Has Gone
Idris Muhammad
 Could Heaven Ever Be Like This
Chick Corea
 Crystal Silence
Howard Riley
Alan Lee
The World Is a Ghetto
Christian McBride Trio
 Cherokee (Live At the Village Vanguard Jazzweek No1)
Erroll Garner
 Night and Day (The Complete Cinert by The Sea Billboard No1)
Ben Cox Band
 When Ends Appear
Led Bib
 Plastic Lighthouse
Ivo Neame
 Personality Clash
Nat Birchall
  Njozi (Vision)
Nat Birchall Interview
Nat Birchall
 Ancient World
Mop Mop
 Phantom of the Panther
Tin Men and the Telephone

Tuesday, 20 October 2015

Jazzpospolita All You Need to Know

Six years into their career, Jazzpospolita has become one of the most interesting phenomena in alternative music. So far, they have released four albums and played about 200 gigs all around Europe. With the band’s line-up unchanged from the beginning – guitar, bass, keys, drums – they have established their own and distinguishable sound. The strength of Jazzpo, as called by fans, lies in the unique compositions that place the band on the edge of jazz, post-rock, and electronic music. Combination of jazz harmonies, overdriven guitars, and electronic sounds enabled the band to attract a widely varied audience as well as to perform at jazz clubs and major popular festivals.
Debut EP (2009)
Wojtek Oleksiak (drums) and Stefan Nowakowski (bass) founded the band in 2008. At that time, they decided to move on from jamming and clubbing and started a regular band. Michał Załęski (piano, keys) and Michał Przerwa-Tetmajer (guitar) joined the group in early 2009 – in this line-up, they released their first EP. Enthusiastic reviews and listener’s acclaim resulted in more than a dozen gigs that earned Jazzpospolita a status of one of the most interesting new bands with no album released.
Almost Splendid (2010)
Soon after the first tour, musicians signed the contract with Ampersand/Isound Labels. The label, one of the leaders of alternative/nu-jazz/indie niche, is responsible for Polish distribution of artists such as: The Cinematic Orchestra, Jaga Jazzist, Bonobo, Tortoise, or Mogwai. Jazzpospolita’s first album Almost Splendid was released in 2010 and proved to be one of the best acclaimed Polish debut albums of last years with its first edition sold out before the end of the tour. A review in major Polish daily, ‘Gazeta Wyborcza’, claimed the album to be:
“(…) a great thing for nu-jazz fans and those who search for more ambitious alternative rock.”
Impulse (2012)
The second album titled Impulse revealed much more improvised side of Jazzpospolita, exceedingly-lively and psychedelic. The idea was to reflect the live concert’s atmosphere on a studio recording. Despite the aesthetic change in their music, the album met with a great support from fans and critics. ‘Polityka’ weekly wrote of it:
“[their music is] intensive, uncommon, full of imagination, and free from routine.”
Until 2012 the band was on tour almost non-stop. Jazzpospolita played concerts in Poland (for example supporting Bonobo Live Band Polish Tour), UK, Germany, Denmark, Belgium, Romania, Estonia, Czech Republic, Russia or Bulgaria, on festivals such as: Heineken Open’er Festival, London Jazz Festival, Match & Fuse, Copenhagen Jazz Festival, and Comblain La Tour Jazz Festival. Polish Radio Channel no. 3 named Jazzpospolita a “concert discovery of the year 2011.” Finally Jazzpo’s concert on Męskie Granie (the biggest Polish rock’n’roll tour featuring top bands) brought an audience of 10,000.
RePolished Jazz (2012)
From the very beginning Jazzpospolita was keen on experiments with electronic music. After intensive 2012 tour, the band released their third album RePolished Jazz in a rare format of double EP. Side A includes six remixes, while side B is a re-edition of the very first EP from 2009. In the field of collaboration with electronic music producers, working with the duet Bueno Bros turned out to be the most successful, having brought a couple of remixes as well as live project Jazzpo + Bueno.
The band’s passion for good sounds as well as fans’ multiple requests, have led Jazzpospolita to release their full dicography on LPs in co-operation with an audiophile label Audiocave Records. Instrumental and hypnotic character of Jazzpospolita’s music has been eliciting the associations with cinematography from the very beginning. The videos for Laszlo and Cousins and Czerwona Flaga (ale ja się kąpię) reflect the band’s imagery and cinematic inspirations. In 2011, Jazzpospolita was awarded by the audience for the best music composed and played live to a silent film at 9th Silent Film Festival in Warsaw.
Jazzpo! (2014)
It took them 1,5 year to prepare and record ‘Jazzpo!’. The album summarises their three previous releases, but at the same time, surprise the audience with freshness and incorporates Jazzpospolita’s newest inspirations. This is how 11 brand new original pieces came about and were recorded live in a renowned studio. No editing was ever made; all the compositions sound just the way they were played during the session.
‘Jazzpo!’ is a well refined album; starting from carefully polished compositions, precisely chosen sounds and vintage instruments, through the unconventional recording method, finishing with beautiful art work. Fans and journalists have unanimously regarded the new album as the best piece in band’s history.


'one of the best and brightest bands to play on the upcoming Tallinn Music
Week. This new blend of tunes comes from Poland’s Jazzpospolita who, as the name
implies, throws a dash of jazz into their delicious post-rock tunes'
‘Very unique voice on the Polish scene, filling a niche for the young generation of music lovers, who are not really into Jazz proper on one hand, but who are bored with the contemporary Pop and Ambient scenes on the other hand. this music is fresh, exciting and sophisticated, which by itself is already quite rare.’

Track Listings for The Boogie Wonderland Show 15th October

Below is the track listing for the Boogie Wonderland show dated 15th October 2015. A link to the show can be found here:

The Boogie Wonderland Show -15/10/2015 Playlist
Hour 1: 8 to 9pm
Inner Life
 Live It Up
Womack & Womack
 Express Myself
 I Just Want To Funk (With You)
Bar Kays
John Taylor
 And Think Again
Alan Lee
Nat Birchall
 To Be
 Crazy Game
Hiatus Kaiyote
 Shaolin Monk Motherfunk
Shaun Escoffery
 Perfect Love Affair
Tony Momrelle
Back Together Ft Chantae Cann
Hour 2: 9 to 10pm
Jazzpospolita Interview
 Part 1
Jazzpospolita Interview
 Part 2
Jazzpospolita Interview
 Part 3
 Motor motor motor
Jazzpospolita Interview
 Part 4
Jazzpospolita Interview
 Part 5
Hour 3: 10 to 11pm
 Love Live
 Twisted (feat  Bahia)
Fabricio Pecanha
 Dont Stop
Koercive feat Karla Simone
 Never Look Down (Original Mix)
Leftwing Kody
Mark Henning
 Bang Bang
 Angel Race
Bosser & Wohde
 Every Day feat  Antranita (Divided Souls & Samuri Remix)