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Gilles Peterson’s “Winners of 2008”

April 6, 2008

…very quickly, I just wanted to drop a link to this week’s Worldwide show, where Gilles Peterson points out some of the best tracks from the first part of 2008.

Tracklisting:

  1. Kenneth Bager – Fragment 1 – Music For Dreams
  2. Quiet Village – Pacific Rhythm – K7!
  3. Jamie Liddel – Rope Of Sand – Warp
  4. The Invisible – Spiral – Accidental
  5. Portishead – Plastic – Island
  6. The Roots – Rising Down
  7. Outkast feat Raekwon – Royal Flash – La Face
  8. Jay Electronica – Victory of Mine – Control Freaq
  9. Erykah Badu – Soldier – Motown
  10. Erykah Badu – Twinkle – Motown
  11. Erykah Badu – Telephone – Motown
  12. Erykah Badu – Me – Motown
  13. Roger Robinson – Prayer for Angry Young Men
  14. Catalyst – How Bout Us
  15. Kissy Asplund – Phone Call
  16. Raheem Devaughn – Marathon – Jive
  17. JAM feat Jose James – Jazzy Joint – Victor
  18. Sarah Vaughn – Mystery Of Man – Edit
  19. Benjamin Herman – Theme – Roach
  20. Carlos Nino – Find A Way
  21. 2BO4 – Shadowland (01:00)
  22. Neil Cowley Trio – Little Secrets
  23. Benga – Zero M2 – Tempa
  24. Martyn- Broken – Revolver
  25. Ramadan Man – Carla – Soul Jazz
  26. Kode 9 Vs Badawi- Den of Drumz – Roir
  27. Headhunter – Locus Lotus – Initiate
  28. Elemental – Blob – Runtime
  29. Marcel Wave – Holton 47 – Freerange
  30. Henrik Schwarz – I Exist Because Of You – Nanny Tango
  31. Afefe Iku – Mirror Dance
  32. Italoboyz Vs John Coltrane- Bahia – Mothership
  33. Jose James – Desire (Moodyman mix) – Browswood
  34. Quality Control – Slippin
  35. Yaw – Where Would you Be
  36. Rosie Dame – Morning Light
  37. Eric Lau – Let It Out – Ubiquity
  38. Sunburst Band – Turn It Out – Z
  39. Real people – Rise – Papa
  40. Lizz Wright – This Is – Verve

On some otha, otha, otha…

November 3, 2007

If you recall, I’ve been on hip-hop overload of late–indeed, I haven’t even peeped American Gangster yet.

So, BBC Radio One DJ Gilles Peterson’s eclectic taste has been extremely welcome in my eardrums of late. His most recent show doesn’t disappoint. It has the usual mix of downtempo jazz, house, hip-hop and soul, but also some Brazilian rhythms, and an afro-beat set mixed by Fela Kuti’s other kid, Seun. Go ahead and peep it…