#438

October 20, 2020

Electronic, disco, soul/funk Record Store Day releases from 2020 Drops 1 and 2 in the first hour, quality 12″ singles in the second hour. Special attention to the Long Island NY band Cross Island, and the brand new 2020 A Certain Ratio record. The Bobby Moore track (Call Me Your) Anything Man has been running through my head all week. The second hour closes with tracks from two Ace 45th Anniversary 7”s. All tracks are aces in this show, no matter what label they are on.

Listen to this show – Part Two appears further down the page

Part One
Artist Song Release Label
Caress Catch The Rhythm (7″ Edit By Mr. K) The Mr. K Edits (The Garage Box) Most Excellent Unlimited
Celestial Choir Stand On The Word (Edit By Mr. K) Stand On The Word Most Excellent Unlimited ‎
Human Race Human Race Human Race Gem Records
Marcy Luarks & Classic Touch I Don’t Want To Share Your Love Electric Murder Kalita Records ‎
Gaston Clap Song My Queen Soul Brother Records
RAH Band Float Producers Choice Atjazz Record Company
Halo Let Me Do It (Re-Edit) Let Me Do It (Re-Edit) Expansion
Bobby Moore (Call Me Your) Anything Man (Call Me Your) Anything Man Soul Brother Records
Sweet Music I Get Lifted (Call Me Your) Anything Man Soul Brother Records
Part Two
Artist Song Release Label
Henry Greenwood Buffalo Dance Buffalo Dance A&R Edits
Cross Island East Of The Apple (Al Kent Remix) East Of The Apple Kalita Records
A Certain Ratio Taxi Guy ACR Loco Mute
Paul Robinson Come On Sister Come On Sister Emotional Rescue
One Blood Be Thankful (Lexx Discomix) Be Thankful Emotional Rescue
Arnold Shuffler And His Friends Love Love Black Pearl Records
Brenda Jones Super Stroke Super Stroke Expansion
James Knight & The Butlers Save Me Save Me Cat
Denise & Abe Ain’t That Lovin’ Ain’t That Lovin’ Ace
Rubba Way Star Way Star Ace

2 thoughts on “#438

  1. Michael L

    Carl ,
    Love your program !!! I thought I heard you say that One Blood are a DC based group, maybe? I know them as a South London Lovers Rock group that were produced by the legendary Neville King. I am just saying , maybe you did mention that part?

    Reply
    1. carl Post author

      You are very right – the Wash DC artist is the person who wrote Be Thankful, not One Blood. Thanks for catching that, and my apologies!

      Reply

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.