Friday, November 20, 2020

Dream Weapons present: REMONTANT C60

Seems we’ve all withered away for the most of this year and everyone's in need of a reblooming. But spring is nowhere near and all we can do is dream.

-So let your mind wander whilst listening to this bouquet of twenty reascended tunes from when the world was young. Visit our planet’s past ports and harbours, dance and drink your way through ballrooms, jazz clubs, saloons, opium dens, bars and castles. Make a stop in some small countryside village and smell its fresh, unpolluted air. Highbrow, lowbrow, in tears or laughter - a tragedy or a comedy. It doesn’t matter as long as you’re free -Moahaha

1 Julie Joy - Podes Voltar
2 The Mena Moeria Minstrels - South Sea Breeze
3 Luis Carbonell - Así Es Mi Suelo Cubano
4 Alfred Newman & Ken Darby - Whispering Wind
5 Stu Phillips & His Orchestra - Tropical Summer
6 Nora Ney - Meu Lamento
7 Bola Sete & Therezinha Bittencourt - Mulher Rendeira
8 Sonny Lester - Daughter of The Nile
9 Diahann Carroll - Love Is Just a Word
10 Linda Lawson - Never Like This

11 Werner Müller And His Orchestra - The Banquet
12 Kondo Keiko - Bulan Dagoan
13 Black Cats - Mikansei Rockambo
14 Buddy Sarkissian And His Mecca Four With Fred Elias - Desert Moods
15 Sudha Malhotra - Mere Nadeem Mere Hamsafar
16 Pratima Banerjee - Fande Poria Bhoga Kanda
17 Ara Bartevian Orchestra (feat. Kevork Yanbekian Folk Band) - Grounk
18 Kay Starr - Two Brothers
19 Cantadores di Palmira / Lina Huarte - El Asombro de Damasco: "Por esta noche"
20 Verlye Mills - Autumn Leaves

Here / Here


Friday, November 6, 2020

Dream Weapons present: HYPNOTEQUE C60

November the 5th 2015 Sadhu Sadhu & Prabha Devi posted their very first DWp-mix! The five pointed pentagram inside a pentagon (within the circle) on the cover symbolizes Dream Weapons present first five years of existence. Obviously.

-Joining forces for a second time, since the previous Polyhymnia, Moahaha and I dive into the mystical tapestry of occult whispers. Illuminating dark corners, sprinkling dust in quiet antechambers, these songs are mean't to be enjoyed in the stark, bone cold of winter. Imagine the songs themselves conjuring a little spooky warmth in the coming blackness -Prabha Devi

1 Carmen Maki - Kamome 歌-かもめ ♌︎
2 Les Hou-Lops aka Les Tetes Blanches - Ebb Tide  ☾︎
3 Valdemir - Fallen Star ♌︎
4 Svitlana Nianio - Koło Lasu  ☾︎
5 Nilson - Down in the Garden ♌︎
6 招き猫カゲキ団 - 幻夜  ☾︎
7 Trio Marenich / Трио Маренич - Nese Galya Vodu / Несе Галя воду ☾︎
8 Frank Pahl & Klimperei - Melon Sorbet ♌︎

9 Clara Nunes - Canseira  ☾︎
10 Gary 'Spider' Webb - The Cave (Part II) ♌︎
11 Peter Thomas Sound Orchestra - Die Schlangengrube und das Pendel ♌︎
12 Claire Hamill - Awaken (Larkrise) ♌︎
13 Enip Sukanda - Jipang Lontang & Beber Layar ☾︎
14 Fin-Int - Jouten ♌︎
15 Waldo de Los Ríos - Amaneces Sin Evelyn  ☾︎
16 Michel Colombier - For Those Who Cannot Hear ♌︎
17 Word of Mouth Chorus - Windham ♌︎
18 Księżyc - Mijana  ☾︎

 Here / Here 


Friday, October 30, 2020

Dream Weapons present: IT WELCOMES YOU C90

The three-day observance of Allhallowtide is upon us - which felt like the perfect excuse to locate and ever so slightly rework/improve my pre-dream weapons «horrorscore-mix». It was a pleasantly unpleasant revisitation containing one dark or dimly lit gem after the other. I think you might enjoy it too. Back in 2015 I wrote:

-I went for scores with a Fabio Frizzi/John Carpenter/Goblin sort of synthified keyboard driven approach but (largely) avoided all those themes «everyone» already knows - such as Suspiria, (the original) Halloween, The Beyond etc. There's probably just as much melancholic beauty as there is dark electrofunk here. Some of you are probably familiar with a few of these tunes already - but you never heard them presented like this -Moahaahaahaaaaa…!

1 Fred Myrow & Malcolm Seagrave - Mineshaft Chase
-Phantasm, 1979
2 Fabio Frizzi - Baby Sequenza 1
-Manhattan Baby, 1982
3 Bixio/Frizzi/Tempera - 7 Note (Film Version)
-Sette Note in Nero, 1977
4 Francesco De Masi - House In The Park
-Seven Hyden Park: La Casa Maledetta, 1985
5 Colin Towns - Full Circle (Everything's Right Now)
Full Circle: The Haunting of Julia, 1977
6 Walter Rizzati & Franco De Gemini – I Remember
-The House By The Cemetery (Quella Villa Accanto Al Cimitero), 1981
7 Gary Scott – Main Title
-Final Exam, 1981
8 John Scott – Virus
Inseminoid, 1981
9 Alessandro Alessandroni – Seq. 6
-Killer Nun, 1977
10 Giuliano Sorgini - Manchester M2 6LD
-The Living Dead At The Manchester Morgue, 1974
11 Susan Justin - End Title Theme
-Forbidden World, 1982
12 Stelvio Cipriani - Main Titles
-Un' Ombra Nell' Ombra, 1979
13 Claudio Simonetti – Nichola's Death
-You'll Die At Midnight, 1986
14 Ralph Jones – End Titles
-The Slumber Party Massacre, 1982
15 Jay Chattaway - Maniac's Theme
-Maniac, 1980
16 Andrzej Korzynski - The Man With The Pink Socks
-Possession, 1981
17 Amedeo Tommasi - Pendolo Mortale
-Thomas, 1970

18 Richard Einhorn – The Light
-Shock Waves, 1977
19 Ennio Morricone - Copkiller
-Copkiller, 1983
20 Jonathan Elias – Main Title
-Children Of The Corn, 1984
21 I Libra – The Shock
-Schock, 1977
22 Nico Fidenco – Waiting For the Cannibals
-Emanuelle e Gli Ultimi Cannibali, 1977
23 John Carpenter & Alan Howarth - Chariots Of Pumpkins
-Halloween III, 1982
24 Stefano Mainetti - Zombi 3 (Sequence 8)
-Zombi 3, 1988
25 Armando Trovajoli - The Killer Is Round the Parking
-Mystère, 1983
26 John Harrison – The Creepshow Welcomes You
Creepshow, 1982
27 Riz Ortolani - Il Corpo Di Linda
-La Ragazza Dal Pigiama Giallo, 1978
28 Alessandro Blonksteiner – Target-Firing
-Cannibal Apocalypse, 1980
29 Synthe Sound Trax Corp - The Boogeyman Man Version 2
-The Boogey Man, 1980
30 Denny Zeitlin - Infiltration (Suite)
-Invasion Of The Body Snatchers, 1978
31 Pino Donaggio – Karen's Nightmare
-The Howling, 1980
32 Brian May – Hot & Ready
-Turkey Shot, 1982
33 Roberto Donati - Cannibal Ferox Theme
-Cannibal Ferox, 1981

Here / Here


…Oh, the title is inspired by The Creepshow Welcomes You (opening titles) in combination with the modern day classic It Follows. The thought of a something evil that appears welcoming at first was sort of chilling.

Thursday, October 22, 2020

Dream Weapons present: MONDE À PART C60

Its been quite some time since I last unleashed a multifarious around-the-globe-in-an-hour song&dance-ride* upon our listeners. Soo... I guess its time for another sprawling collection of finely aged melodies that you’ve never ever heard before - originating from somewhere either east or south of… me. My semipretentious Godard-paraphrasing title aside, I really just hope my selection of songs will lift your spirits -Moahaha 

1 Salwa - Tcharrafna
2 Elisabeth Waldo - Balsa Boat
3 Khurmo Shirinova - Didam Ingori - Дидам Ингори Худро
4 The Silvery Boys - O Amanhecer
5 Taroub - Wahawi Ya Wahawi وحوي يا وحوي
6 Suns of Arqa - World Peace A.D.?
7 Farida Parveen - Pakhi Kakhan Ure Jay
8 Ade Suparman - Marudah

9 Lilis Suryani - Tobt Gusti
10 Rita Rose - Mozo Dhir Adar
11 Giacomo Dell'Orso  - Sud-Est Asiatico
12 Toubabou - Mon Tambour
13 Naif Agby & His Orchestra - Aine El Kahla
14 Exotic Oriental Dances - Om Hasan  ام حسن
15 Sumitra Sen - Aaji Jharer Raate Tomar Abhisaar
16 Eddie "The Sheik" Kochak -  Floor Work
17 Göygöl Ensemble with Şahnaz Haşımova - Низами Душунжэлэри (Думы О Низами)

Here / Here


* similarely themed earlier ones (but most mixes tagged with "world" are somewhat related): Sun Moon Stars, Earth’s Orbit, A Traveller’s Tale, Faraway Dances and One Last Dance

Monday, October 12, 2020

Dream Weapons present: A SONG IN THE BLOOD C90

So here’s another download only/revisitation of an older mix once posted elsewhere. I remade the cover (as always), removed a track that had about 5 million plays by now + a tune from a guy named Maria (whom I mistook for a woman) and a France Gall-song later used by Prabha Devi etc... The end result ended up about 80% identical to the original compilation. Probably a few songs you might have heard before and the B-side has a lot of really strange transitions, but whatever. A for Alluring lyricism and B for Beer and skittles perhaps. Here what I wrote six years ago:

-I planned to build A Song in the Blood around a couple of slow and sensuous songs by April Stevens and The Paris Sisters. You know the kind of long forgotten seemingly innocent (not really all that innocent, though) sounding pop-ditties that David Lynch could dig up, use in a scene and forever transform it into a masterpiece of melancholy, desperation and gloom. But this seductive mixtape of mine never materialised.

Instead I kept adding gently intense, ghostly folk tunes, eastern european folksy-pop on the A-side, and sweet girl groups of the far east, playful ye-ye, Bollywood, japanese vocal jazz and allsorts of stuff on the B-side... A trip through the motions and around the world presented by an all female cast. It wasn't meant to be a collection of songs sung by women excusively either. It just turned out that way
-Moahaha, September 2014

1. Buffy Sainte Marie - Poppies (For Mr. Allerton)
2. Salli Terri - Estrella Do Mar
3. Eva Porubová - Jede Matúšek
4. Montreal - Infinity
5. Chimera - The Grail
6. Dana Corby/Gwydion - Spring Strathspey
7. April Stevens - That Naughty Waltz
8. Paavoharju - Kirkonväki
9. Judy Henske - Lullaby
10. Nadia Cattouse - All Around My Grandmothers Floor
11. Principal Edwards Magic Theatre - Weirdsong Of Breaking Through At Last
12. Dimitra Galani - Aspro Peristeri
13. Lyubka Rondova - Yana Maika Lyuto Kalne
14. Susan Reed - Three White Gulls

15. Janye Mansfield - Cleopatra
16. Trio Visca - Tjempaka
17. S. Noorelhuda - Chaya Tarian
18. Asha Bhosle - Honolulu
19. Jeanne Moreau - Tout Ce Que Je Veux
20. Chantal Kelly - Caribou
21. Nara Leão - Azulão
22. Agnetha Fältskog - Doktorn!
23. The Society Girls - Society For The Prevention Of Cruelty To Little Girls
24. Chee Sing Soo 尹飛燕 - 花落未逢君
25. Yasuko Agawa - New York Afternoon
26. Nora Orlandi - Body Fox
27. Maki Asakawa - Gogo
28. Paris Sisters - I'm Me
29. The Great Kat - Sex & Violins
30. Joan Baez - Song in the Blood

 Here / Here

Friday, October 2, 2020


When it comes to pursuing our goals, finding a deeper sense of purpose, or mastering a skill, doing something and taking some action is always better than doing nothing.

That is until we set a goal that is too far out of reach or our ideals gets in the way. Then our pursuit of continued action is replaced by the realization of how far we have to go to get to where we want to be. It’s then that nothing instead of something seems justifiable.

-That’s when its time to just chill, break some eggs, make an omelette and listen to something good. Like this compilation of German rock and jazz funk, Quebecois prog, Finnish folk and soft rock, American jazz, soul, hard rock, space rock and private press pop, Brazilian boogie, Turkish psychedelic funk, British modal jazz and mod pop -Lemon Fogg

Side A
1 The Rias Orchestra – Thariah
2 Epitaph – Kind of a Man
3 L.A. King – Wad’n
4 Plume Latraverse – Adiadyll
5 Pepe Willberg & The Paradise - Toiset meistä
6 Paul Winter / Winter Consort – Sunwheel
7 Michael Andrews - Something Bad Is Better Than Nothing

Side B
8 Lincoln Olivetti & Robson Jorge - Samba E Alegria
9 Erkin Koray - Öksürük
10 Apparition - Astral Spirit
11 Nitzinger – Motherlode
12 Neil Ardley feat. Norma Winstone - Will You Walk A Little Faster?
13 Spencer Mac – Commuter
14 The George School - Persephone's Song
15 Maarit - Uudet tuulet

Here / Here


Saturday, September 12, 2020

20ft Radio & Dream Weapons present: WE TRAVEL THE EARTHWAYS C60

One dope hour of worldjazz/psychfolk-grooves from the glorious era of corduroy bell-bottoms and swirly paisley prints. Imagine yourself in dry, earthy, sunburned landscapes riding on camels, elephants and on horseback across sand dunes, the savannah, the steppes and praries - or in a densely moist jungle, while riverboat traveling through the backwaters etc… Something like that. If any of this resembles your daily life already - just picture yourself on a reindeer sleigh ride through northern Scandinavia instead. Either way it’s the mindtrip you sorely need right now! -Moahaha

1 Irmin Schmidt & The Inner Space - Im Orient II
2 Piirpauke - Fyssouni
3 T.K. Ramamoorthy - Rasikapriya
4 Archimedes Badkar - Fortryckets Sista Timme
5 Sadja - Improvisation IX

6 Tony Scott & The Indonesian All Stars - Djanger Bali
7 Brother Ah - Enthusiasm
8 Grup Doğuş - Modern Oyun Havası
9 Basil Kirchin & John Coleman - Mahjune
10 Frederic Rabold Crew - Indian impression
11 Gülistan - Plajda / On The Beach

Here / Here 


Tuesday, August 25, 2020

20ft Radio & Dream Weapons present: INNEROUTERSPACE C60

 «Where the mind goes, the body will follow» as that motivational Arnold Schwarzenegger-quote goes. Of course he was talking about bodybuilding, but it might as well had been about trippin’ far out into the Milky Way, surrounded by its billions of planets and stars - while accompanied by Kosmische Muzik. Here's ten mostly analogue electronic tunes lost in space and time 1979-1986 -Moahaha

1 Age - Hymalaya
2 Velvet Universe - Cycle Of Days / Watching The Bodies, Proditol, Memories   (part B, C and D from "The Black Corridor")
3 Michael Garrison - Dreams
4 Rolf Trostel - Der Prophet
5 Marco Melchiori - Luce Notte

 6 Serge Blenner - Phrase IV
 7 Michele Musser - Proteus and the Marlin
 8 Zanov - Lost Message
 9 Patrick Vasori & Caravelli - Le Grand Vide
10 Ciro Perrino - Urano / Da Nettuno Oltre Plutone

Here / Here


Wednesday, August 12, 2020


The story begun like this: Many moons ago a former flatmate had this wondrous 1960’s or early 70’s female fronted, South Korean Trot/folk-pop record that we used to spin all the time. In my unsuccessful search for that original album I came across hours of enchanting folk, pop and gentle trot-oldies from the same era instead…

BUT *drumwhirl* now I’ve finally located the album in question (Hurrah!) and so my song search saga ends. Turns out it was by The Queen of Elegy herself: «Lee Mija's folk song album» from 1970 (featured song «Changbu Taryeong» is taken from there). Before you check out the holy grail of Trot, immerse yourself in this final hour of 20 golden trot-delights -Moahaha

1 이난영 / Lee Nan Young - 불사조 / Phoenix
2 황금심 / Hwang Geumsim - 동백꽃 피는 섬 / Camellia Blooming Island
3 葵鳥姉妹 / Bluebird Sisters - 故郷想い / Thinking of Home
4 장세정 / Jang Seung Jeong - 三人の友 / Three Friends (japanese letters)
5 이미자 / Lee Mija - 倡夫打令 / Changbu Taryeong
6 정훈희 / Jung Hoon Hee - 빗속의 연인들 / Lovers In The Rain
7 Jigu Band - 答えてください / Answer Me
8 현인 / Hyeon In - 고향 만리 / Hometown Long Distance
9 김부자 / Kim Buja - 둥기둥기 내사랑 / My Love is the Pillar
10 권혜경 / Gwon Hyegyeong - 유성이 흘러간 곳 / Where the Meteor Flowed

11 도미 / DoMi - 인도의 향불 / India's Burning Incense
12 은방울자매 / Silverdrop Sisters - 길잃은 황포선 / Straying(?)
13 펄 시스터즈 / Pearl Sisters - 渡り鳥 / Birds of Passage
14 남국인 / South - 누가 울어 / Who's Crying
15 최희준 / Huijun Choe  - 사랑이 지기전에 / Before Love
16 박재란 / Park Jaeran - 그대는 나의 넋 / You Are My Soul
17 이영숙 / Lee Young-suk - 고향서 만난 사람 / A Man Who Met Someone in His Hometown
18 이해연 / Gwon Lee - 단장의 미아리 고개 / Chief Mori's Head
19 에보니스 / Ebonys - 정든배 / A Steady Ship
20 정영아 / Jung Young A - 사랑이여 안녕 / Goodbye to Love

Links to Arirang Song Search 1 and 2


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Sunday, August 2, 2020

20 ft Radio Present & Dream Weapons present - Alone Together by Dj Lemon Fogg

Let us move beyond our pasts, the present and travel alone together with disco funk and progressive sounds from Sweden, psychedelia and yé-yé pop from France, jazz rock from Spain and Japan, Brazilian MPB, soul funk from Morocco, garage rock from Hong Kong, electronic psychedelia, country and christian rock from USA, baroque pop from Denmark and much more. You'll definitely find something to enjoy, either alone or together -DJ Lemon Fogg

Side A
1.Lasse Samuelson – Sunnysound
2.Julian Jay Savarin – Cycles
3.Catharsis – 32 Mars (edit)
4.Boatz – It Was Only The Radio
5.Crash Coffin – Alone Together
6.Fusioon – Farsa del Buen Vivir
7.Blåkulla – Idealet
8.Tninho Horta E Orquestra Fantasma – Aquelas Coisas Todas

Side B
9.Golden Hands – Al Harka
10.Jake H. Concepcion & His Orchestra – Scarborough Fair
11.Zoé – Zoé
12.Johnny Walsh – The End
13.The Artchis – In A Gadda-Da-Vida
14.Far Out – The Hip Sound
15.Patmos – Suicide Mission
16.Kræn Bysteds – Slotte Af Sand
17.John Stuckey – Without You
18.Maple Leaf - Tanjō
19.Curt o Roland – Estou Alegro

Here / Here 


Wednesday, July 15, 2020

Dream Weapons present: ANEMOIA C60

 «Nostalgia for a time you've never known». These tunes will make you long for those carefree summers long before you were born. Yes its truly gorgeous stuff. Some of you may recognize the cover art’s resemblance to Drawn From Memory. That’s because this is its fraternal twin. So I might as well re-use what I wrote then.

-Some music transcends you to outer space or other dimensions - while Anemoia is like a time machine that transports you backwards to a deceitfully wondrous past that never was. Twenty-one dusty old gems that time forgot from all over most of the world -Moahaha

1 Katyna Ranieri - La Contessa Scalza
2 Dalva de Oliveira - Sem Ele
3 Piero Piccioni - Haway
4 Marti Barris - Ahbe Casabe
5 El dúo Marfil-Morales - Canto Guajiro
6 Svend Nicolaisen - Suerte
7 Arturo Gatica - Frente a Frente
8 Dark Ducks - 越後獅子 / Echigojishi
9 Bianchi & The Jungle Sex-Tet - Lonely Flute
10 Nella Colombo & La Orquesta Maravella - Xipna Aghapi Mou

11 Edmundo P. Zaldivar - Mañana al Alba
12 Pacita Tomás - Escenas Andaluzas - Reflejos
13 Volta Sêca - Escuta Donzela
14 Yaseen & Party - Nna-Kiliyo
15 Hal Mooney - Maria
16 Pearl Bailey - I Got Rhythm
17 Lale Andersen - Gold'ner Ohrring
18 Jack Medell and His Orchestra - Umbe’
19 Gilda Lopes - A Hora Do Amor (Les Files De Cadix)
20 Nakano Tadaharu - Yamadera no Oshou
21 Mandolin' Club de Paris & Jeanne Ricada-Mathorez - Je Crois Entendre Encore

Here / Here 


Saturday, July 4, 2020

20ft Radio & Dream Weapons Present: PER ASPERA AD ASTRA C60

«Through hardships to the stars». Gorgeously warm and earthy jazz grooves in a soulful & easy-going oriental/spiritual, latin, psych and all that jazz-fusion kind of way. Lotsa flute and nice vibes throughout. My favorite jam for the summer, and for the rest of the year -Moahaha

Btw: If you're in the mood for a similarly themed mixtape-jazzbonanza just spin these earlier comps of mine after you've finished this one: Sun Sprites, Music of the Spheres, The High Priestess and Fourth World (+ most of Spirits Unknown).

1 François Rabbath - Requiem Pour Goa
2 Manu Dibango - Walking To Waza
3 Bobby Hutcherson - Zuri Dance
4 Ahmad Jamal - Children Of The Night
5 The 360 Degree Music Experience - Tradewinds
6 Harold Alexander - Sandy's Love

7 I.P. Son Group - Raggio Di Sole
8 Jorge Lopez Ruiz 5 - Mirosbass
9 Manfred Mann Chapter Three - Jump Before You Think
10 Toru Takemitsu - Searching for Fantasy
11 Toshiaki Yokota And The Beat Generation - Reza
12 Rafiq Babayev - Azerbaijan Etude - 2


Monday, June 15, 2020

DJ Lemon Fogg & Dream Weapons Present: HAVE YOU BEEN SLEEPING? C60

 How have you been sleeping over the past few days? Have you had trouble falling asleep at the beginning of the day? Have you been waking up in the middle of the day? If yes: What do you do? Do you get up? Do you go out? Do you get lost? If so, put on this mixtape. You’ll get Indonesian Garage Rock, Polish Soul Jazz, Italian Twist, Turkish Funk, Lebanese Surf, Icelandic and Norwegian Prog, Venezuelan fusion, French Synth-pop, Cuban Psychedelia and much more, to help you find your way home in 60 mins  -Lemon Fogg

Side A

1. Maple Leaf - Purorōgu
2. Zoo – Have You Been Sleeping?
3. Ugo Busoni – Rullio
4. Zdzisława Sośnicka - Dobranocka, Moje Kochanie
5. Spilverk þjóðanna - Skáldið
6. Richard Hayman - Don't Rain on my Parade
7. 13th Power - I See A Change Is Gonna Come
8. Gianni Morandi - Go-Kart Twist
9. Koes Plus – Kelelawar
10. Figen Han - Haydi Bastır
11. Assa'd Khoury - Al Ghaba
12. The Berkeley Kites - Alice In Wonderland

Side B

13. Alex Rodríguez – Quetepe
14. Denny Fast - This May Be The End
15. Joanne Grauer - Mystical Lady
16. Dominique Guiot - Wind Surf Ballad
17. Eddy Zoltan - Mjuke Dråpar
18. Omar Khorshid - Rakset El Fadaa
19. Juan Almeida - Decide tu
20. Larry and Myra - Silver Rings


Sunday, May 31, 2020

Dream Weapons present: ON ICE C60

An off season open air ballet for figure skaters, musically accompanied by dreamy analogue electronics. Although ideal for letting your mind drift away on a frozen lake (or into outer space), I think icy instrumentals are perfectly suitable for the summertime. I give you the more athletic side to cosmic tunesmithery. My made up concept aside, its basically Tveklang Part II -Moahaha 

1 Simon Boswell - Gioia Outside In The Rain
2 Miha Kralj - Andromeda
3 Paul Nagle - Bedenke Ich Bin
4 Niala Effen - Catherine
5 Jannick Top - Roland Romanelli - Helium 112
6 Busser, C.B. - Happy Faces
7 Osiris - Staring at Nothingness

8 Mark Shreeve - Dream Sequence
9 Franco Tamponi - ARIA
10 Shigenori Kamiya - First Step
11 Dennis Wize - Light As Air
12 Ted Atking / Alain Feanch - Mysterious Forest
13 A Place To Pray - Thelema 9
14 K. Yoshimatu - Part 2 I&II


Friday, May 15, 2020

20ft Radio & Dream Weapons present: SOUTH OF SAHEL C60

Culturally and historically, the Sahel is a shoreline between the Middle East and sub-Saharan Africa. So this mix contains music originating from the latter part of the continent - that has generally been less influenced by arab culture. Which means more Afrobeat, Qaraami, Highlife,  Bikutsi, Mande+Yoruba Music, and no belly dance grooves. Full of beauty, life, joy and intense emotions - and perfect for the summer. Cheers! -Moahaha

(Intro: BBC Field recording - Kenya, Amboeseli National Park)
1 Matata - Beautiful Burra
2 Dur-Dur Band - Caashaqa Maxaa ii Baray
3 Yusef A. Lateef - O Blues Revisited
4 The Apostles - Oshi Onwu
5 Francis Bebey - Ganvié
6 Christie Azumah & The Uppers International - Naam
7 Franklin Boukaka - Kue Tu Kuenda
8 Miriam Makeba - Shihibolet

9 Super Boiro Band - Samba
10 Eboni Band - Mogofingeou-Sopeunte
11 Assagai - Sanga
12 Birigwa - Obugumba
13 Quintette Guinéenne - Massane Cissé
14 Saka Acquaye & His African Ensemble - Echoes of the African Forest
(Outro: BBC Field recording - Cameroon, tropical forest)