In these scary time, music is the key. Over the next few weeks we are going to be doing ‘Top Tens’ from ourselves and our friends.
From Suburbia to the terraces amd the clubs
The first top ten is music which has influenced me through my formative years from navigating girls, the terraces and clubbing. So grab a beer, you partner or your kids turn the speakers up and for a moment forget the shit outside.
Love OC…Be Safe
Rufus & Chaka Khan - Ain't Nobody 1983
The Style Council - Shout To The Top 1984
Pet Shop Boys – Suburbia 1986
New Order-True Faith 1987
inner city- big fun1988
The Stone Roses - I Wanna Be Adored 1989
MANTRONIX - GOT TO HAVE YOUR LOVE 1990
Happy Mondays - Hallelujah (club mix) 1990 Mixed by paul Oakenfold & Andy Wetherhall
Massive Attack - Unfinished Sympathy 1991
Warren G - Regulate ft. Nate Dogg 1994
Second top ten from 'Music is the key' series is from our friend 'The Fat Bandit' perfect for these self-isolation nights.
Enjoy and dance like the wind!!
Be Safe OC
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Tart tart (happy Monday's)
Rocking chair (oasis)
Baby come home (Tom bull dj)
You want me (Tom zanetti)
Waterfall (stone roses)
Bold (Liam Gallagher)
September (earth wind and fire)
Seven nation army (the white stripes)
Classic weekender (Sterling)
The third ‘Top ten’ in our music is the key series comes form our good friend, musician and member of the fantastic northern funk and soul band ‘Smoove and Turrell’
Enjoy and in his word "here’s a few tracks I consider uplifting but that may be due to the copious amounts of narcotics consumed around that time.!!
Be Safe OC
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Happy Mondays: Hallelujah (Andrew Weatherall & Paul Oakenfold Remix)Sebastien Tellier: La Ritournelle
The Future Sound Of London: Papua New Guinea
Together: Hardcore Uproar
Depeche Mode: Enjoy The Silence
The Animals : House Of The Rising Sun
Inspiral Carpets : Directing Traffic
Pet Shop Boys : Paninaro
Nitzer Ebb : Join in the chant
These 2 tracks were in but not on Spotify..
Flowered Up: Weekender
The Kustom Built: Taking Care Of Business
The fourth instalment of our series ‘Music is the key’, this time it’s the turn of joe bloggs jeans and wedge haircuts, 90s Indie music.
So enjoy, and swagger around your living room like you own it.
Be Safe OC.
Northside: Shall we take a trip?
The Stone Roses: Fools Gold
Flowered Up: It's On
The Charlatans: The only one i know
James: Come Home
Primal Screen: Come together
Happy Mondays: WFL
Electronic: Getting away with it
Inspiral Carpets: This is how it feels
The Farm: Family of man
The fifth instalment in our series 'music is the key'. This time is comes from one of our favourite local DJs 'Dave Elders ‘He has laid out each track like a mini mix, taking you on an uplifting musical journey, and I bet by the end your dancing on the table top!
Enjoy and be safe OC
Dexter Wansel – the Sweetest Pain
Soul II Soul – Keep On Movin’
The Beloved – Sweet Harmony
Horse meat disco feat Ron Inc – Waiting for you to call
Chris Rea – Josephine
Phenomenal Handclap Band – Judge me
Candi Station – Chance
Groove Assassin – Find me some love
Louie Vega starring Duane Harden – Never stop
Ron Hall & The Muthafunkaz feat Marc Evans – The way you love me
The sixth instalment in our series 'music is the key'. This time it comes from one off my oldest friends and Doncaster’s very own Peter Stringfellow. Gaz is taking us on an uplifting journey of tracks that get him moving whether on the terraces or dance floor of Doncaster!!
Enjoy and be safe OC
Primal Scream - Loaded AW mix
Marshall Jefferson - Move Your Body
Derrick May - Strings of Life
Fat Boy Slim - Praise You
Joe Smooth - Promised Land
Oasis - She’s Electric
Madness - It must be love
The Housemartins - Happy Hour
Gerry Cinnamon - Belter
Arctic Monkeys - Dancing Shoes
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