L&Q #8

July 27, 2010

 

Joe Rees on Linger & Quiet Radio Podcast

 

Linger and Quiet # 8

Curtiss Maldoon– Sephryn (Linger and Quiet Space Edit) (Purple Records)
Antena
– Achillies (Numero Group)
NRBQ– Only You (Rounder)
Roy Harper– Goldfish (Big Ben)
Slowdive– In Mind (Creation Records)
Roger Sherman– Say You Love Me (Self Released)
Grateful Dead– Unbroken Chain (MQuiet No Noodles Edit) (Grateful Dead Records)
Psychic TV– The Orchids (CBS)
Moon Duo– A Little Way (Woodsist)
Subway– Crystalline (Lo Recordings)
Paul McCartney– One Of These Days (Columbia)
Seahawks– Omega Beach (Captain’s Log)
Incredible String Band– Air (Elektra)

 

 

†††††††††††††††ADDITIONAL LISTENING††††††††††††††††††

This month we are honored to have an exclusive DJ mix from our good pal Jean-Baptiste Gllpn, aka Anicet!! Thanks a million to JB, living across the pond…doing good work. Check out more Anicet here.

Pilooski – AAA

Hamilton Bohannon – Me & My Diva
Sergio Mendes – I’ll Tell You
Tom Trago – Use Me Again
Rick Whilhite – What Do You See (Rick’s Groove mix)
Carmen – Throw Down
Ladies’ Choice – American Man (Edit)
Jackpot – Brief Encounter
Garçons – French Boy
Bobby Orlando – Beat By Beat
Paradise Lost – Catch Me Baby
Yeasayer – Sunrise (Pocketknife Rise and Shine Remix)
Atmosfear – Dancing In Outer Space (Dubbed In Space Version 3)
Wild Geese – Touch (Version)
Chip E – Time To Jack (House mix)
Rick Poppa Howard – I Won’t Lay Back
FCL – Let’s Go
Michoacan – Drowning
Just One Night – Dawn
Mileece – Fern

JB says:
This mix has some of the songs that worked the best on the dancefloor of Damas Social Club (http://damassocialclub.tumblr.com/), the residency that I held in a sweaty basement of Damascus Syria, from January to April 2010 before I moved to London. As for many of my mixes, I attempted to blend together elements of disco and house from the past thirty years or so, with a focus on great melodies above everything else, and a special attention to harmonics in my transitions. Among my favorites in there are Rick Whilhite’s “What Do You See” for its Cerrone sample on top of a lo-fi but super efficient beat; Garçons – French Boy for its epic melody and its timeless production; Paradise Lost’s edit of Loleatta Holloway for its killer bassline; and “Dawn”, by Just One Night, for the brass solo which carries more warmth than a Hot Club evening jam session.

 

 

 

Last but not least! We just joined the current century and moved from the unmentionable Myspace over to Facebook. So much more grown up. If you are of that ilk, you can find us here. Cheers!


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7 Responses to “L&Q #8”

  1. kyle Says:

    so so psyched you guys dropped The Orchids into this mix. I’ve been finishing sets with that song for years. A serious all time fav. YES!


  2. Ah yes, and the Moon Duo track comes from a Woodsist comp we picked up parallel to a recommendation you made…maybe we should call this the Kyle Mix!

  3. M. Quiet Says:

    Man, I’ve been wondering what that Rick Poppa Howard track form the Anicet mix was for so long. I’ve been going nuts on Tevo Howard’s discogs looking for it!!!!!!

  4. Tim Says:

    Thanks for your work! Love these sets. My friend David over at YHBHS turned me onto your work a couple years ago and I have been a fan since. Yes, please come to LA! Would be wonderful to see you down here. Thanks again.


    • Thanks so much for listening, it’s great to know that David is doing the good work, spreading the word. He’s a peach! We will come to LA to play records SOON, it’s a promise. All the best!


  5. […] attendant, nous vous proposons d’écouter la dernière mixtape diffusée sur le podcast originaire de Portland Linger & Quiet qui propose entre autres […]

  6. M. Quiet Says:

    sorry about that! our bandwidth is getting reset on friday. everything will be cleared then…


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