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Playlist 29/09/10 with Simon Gorman

1. Seu Jorge & Almaz Everybody Loves The Sunshine [Now Again]
2. Aloe Blacc Good Things [Stones Throw]
3. Spacey Love Space [RCA]
4. Sebastien Tellier La Ritournelle [BBE]
5. Thievery Corporation Shadows of Ourselves [ESL]
6. The Roots Right On [Def Jam]
7. Bilal Who Are You [CDR]
8. The Soul Searchers We The People (Danny Krivit Re-edit) [Strut]
9. Gerardo Frisina Zanja [Schema]
10. The Black Jesus Experience Don't Cry For the Fallen [BJE]
11. Mano Arriba You Can Make It [Especial]
Interview with Simon Gorman
13. Simon Gorman Double Vision [CDR]
14. Simon Gorman Dad's Army [CDR]
Interview finish
16. Michael Reinboth & Christian Prommer Eddy Is Dead [Compost]
17. Nomad Discotech Lagos [CDR]
18. Ali Farke Toure & Toumani Diabate Ruby [World Circuit]
19. Kidkaneval Megajoy (Tokiomonsta's Unsound Bliss Mix) [First Word]
20. Arthur Verocai Sylvia [Mochilla]
21. Mulatu Astatke I Faram Gami I Faram [Strut]

What a way to start the day. I can not get enough of Seu Jorge.

This week's show kicks off with his version of "Everybody Loves the Sunshine", something we are all hanging for in Melbourne at the moment. Enough already with this winter!!

So I have already told you that Saturday Oct.9 Jazz Room with Mulatu Astatke is sold out, there are some tickets on the Sunday early show, but be quick.

My guest this week is my very good friend Simon Gorman aka Soul Mirage who came in this week to talk about a new project he is doing as part of Melbourne Fringe Festival called Ugly Blue Flowers. He also brought in a few teasys off the next Soul Mirage album.

I hope you enjoy the show.


As far as I know, I am not a robot.

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