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JASON KAY'S FUNK ENCYCLOPEDIA
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Dye
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PostPosted: Tue Feb 27, 2007 04:46    Reply with quote


For all the old school listeners out there.

I recommend this guide page, where you will read about almost everything:

http://www.homdrum.net/reco_s.html

On your left you have all the music categories.

Enjoy.

D!
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cosmic lola



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PostPosted: Sat Sep 29, 2007 10:58    Reply with quote


Amazi ng HT Wink and thanks so much.
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CJ



Joined: 21 Aug 2007
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 01, 2007 20:03    Reply with quote


Samiroquai wrote:
I was in Fopp (good national independent music chain in the UK) in Manchester yesterday)


Great record store - I've picked up many, many bargains in there over the years. I've not had chance to visit in ages though!
I must go back, thanks for the reminder! Very Happy
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PostPosted: Tue Oct 02, 2007 00:31    Reply with quote


Good choices, and some that I'm not as familiar with.

I never listened to much Roy Ayers, so I got an album, and was listening to a track called Fever, and the strings are reminiscent of the strings in Jamiroquai's The Kids...(i think that's the one), anyway, it's a good one.
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PostPosted: Wed Jan 09, 2008 22:16    Reply with quote


I checked out a lot of music from this list, and it's plainly awesome. On the other hand, I feel this list has a couple of holes that need to be filled with records such as Herbie Hancock's "Crossings" (1972-something), and P-Funk's "Uncle Jam Wants You !" ('79). [Off-topic: I really wonder if Mr Kay is a member of this site in that 'I'll join and hope they don't find out my real identity' fashion.]


(Crossings)



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Jamirocat



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PostPosted: Fri Nov 14, 2008 09:15    Reply with quote


NICE Avatar, Cosmic Girl. Wink

aND THANKS MTEY! i enjoyed reading all that.

can't wait to listen to some of the ones i'm not sure of.

Now I'm trying to think of the end of Stand...nananananananana na...
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Knjaz



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PostPosted: Mon Apr 13, 2009 18:09    Reply with quote


Gil Scott-Heron's "Reflections" is awesome! Especially the closing track! I'd also recommend "Winter in America", a truly great album, which was also made by Heron.
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Guly from Argentina



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PostPosted: Tue May 05, 2009 20:04    Reply with quote


"...Everybody Loves The Sunshine is just the living summer track. It's the real leviathan of that age - the fusion of dope-smoking fucking jazzers..."

Totally agree with you, Jay. Wink
Roy Ayers can make you fly with no so complex tunes. Jazz can be simple too.
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Jade



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PostPosted: Thu May 20, 2010 23:28    Reply with quote


Great records all!. On these days, Im listening to Hancock, he makes me fly. Those pianos.. God!
Oldschool... Heart
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*LeeLoo*



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PostPosted: Mon Dec 13, 2010 16:56    Reply with quote


Ok, I'm gonna confess:

I don't know whose are these bands, never heard them or I've heard without knowledge, except Earth, Wind & Fire and the covers of Roy Ayers that Jamiroquai made (and after check the original ones I prefer the covers). So my face is totally ---> Shocked about these stuff.

But I like the interview in the way that:

a) shows that Jay has his own music background and preferences, and his inspiration can come from here. I've just read something about Sly Stone's guitars in a RDLS review.

b) shows that on a time he was a fan Laughing Maybe now he wears this in secret, but I liked that hesitate moment when he met Roy Ayers and other guy who's name I can't remember; 'cause when I had the oportunity to cross words with him (with Jay, not Ayers) I felt something similar (plus my bad English from the moment).

Interesting reading, sure. : Cool
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