[acid-jazz] Urban Landscapes Radioshow 7.19 (Friday May 14, 2004)

From: Velanche (velanche_at_charter.net)
Date: 2004-05-21 07:43:01

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            The Urban Landscapes Radioshow airs live from 9-11pm PT on KCPR
            91.3 FM, as well as via the Internet at http://www.kcpr.org. You
            can also listen to the last five shows online at
            http://www.urbanlandscapes-show.com. If you miss the live show,
            the international edition of the radioshow will be online within
            a few days after the live broadcast.

            Be sure to tell your friends about the radioshow...and feel free
            to pass this circular on!


            KCPR's live streaming server is back online. Another DJ and I
            have decided to take matters into our own hands by redoing the
            server on a faster machine with a different operating system.
            Since then, there's been no crashes or the like to speak of.
            This means that you can catch the Urban Landscapes Radioshow via
            the live stream once again. We recommend that you have at least
            broadband access during the live show to avoid disappointment.

            And speaking of the radioshow, summer is coming and we're
            gearing up. The good music keeps coming, and there are some
            guest mixes in the pipeline including some exclusives. We may
            even have giveaways for the locals, as well. More news is
            forthcoming, so keep your eyes open.

            If you catch the live show locally, we have some giveaways this
            week including a year's subscription to the fledging Re:Up
            magazine. I'll also throw in some new music as well. Be sure to
            stay close to your radio.

            That's all from the SLO front. Enjoy the music, and have a great

            *R.I.P.* Elvin Jones & John Whitehead


            *May 2004 *
            /(in no particular order)/
            1. Diesler - Ladies & Gentlemen, Start Your Engines Please EP
            12" (Tru Thoughts)
            2. Quantic - Don't Joke With A Hungry Man 12" (Tru Thoughts)
            3. V/A - Panorama (Perfect Toy)
            4. V/A - Holding Hands: Rare Gems from Poland Vol. 2 (Cosmic
            5. Iguassu - Ordinary Day (CD-R)
            6. Intuit - Intuit (Compost)
            7. V/A - Blue Note Revisited (Blue Note)
            8. DWH - Still Here (Counterpoint CD-R)
            9. Clara Hill - Restless Times (Sonar Kollektiv)
            10. 1 Giant Leap/Sly & Robbie - EP 12" (Palm Beats white)
            11. Sound Providers - An Evening With The Sound Providers (ABB CD-R)
            12. V/A - Cool, Calm & Collective (4Lux CD-R)
            13. Beanfield - Seek (Compost)
            14. V/A - Joined Forces EP (Switchstance CD-R)
            15. V/A - Worldwide Exclusives (Talkin Loud CD-R)
            16. Simbad - Peaktime (Earthproject CD-R)
            17. Panic featuring MC Peek-A-Boo - Jam (Bitches Brew CD-R)
            18. Canton - Oracle EP (Citrona CD-R)
            19. Joseph Malik - Aqaurius Songs (Compost).
            20. John Beltran - In Full Color (Ubiquity)
            /**June picks next week**/


                * Friday May 14, 2004* *
                /Listen at
                Download at*

            /*song - artist- album - label*/
            Soul Oriental - Onebeyond - Panorama (Perfect Toy)
            Kudu (Kyoto Jazz Massive Remix) - Eddie Henderson - Blue Note
            Revisited (Blue Note)
            Rideaway Getaway (DJ Spinna Remix) - Agent K - 12" (Giant Step)
            Rappin' & Rhymin' - Paulett & Tanya Winley - Partykeller (Compost)
            Vicious Rap - Tanya "Sweet Tee" Winley - 12" (Frank Winley)
            Turn You On - The Latin Breed - 7" (Funk 45)
            Time To Kill - Connie Price & The Keystones - 7" (Now Again)
            Tighten Up - The Bamboos - 7" (Kay Dee)
            Nu Stylin' (featuring DJ Collage) - Stereotyp Meets Al-Haca -
            Phase Two EP 12" (Klein)
            Do Your Living In The Night (Herbert's Dark Mix) - Phil Parnell
            -12" (Mantis white)
            Future (Zongamin Remix) - Cut Copy - 12" (Modular)
            On My Own (Ian Pooley Vocal Mix) - Nick Holder - 12" (NRK)
            Superstar (Philip Charles Remix) - King Britt - 12" (BBE)
            Lately (featuring Lady Saw) - Stereotyp Meets Al-Haca - Phase
            One EP 12" (Klein)
            Happy - Max Sedgley - EP 12" (Irma On Canvas)
            Dangerously Happy - Max Sedgley vs. Busta Rhymes - 12" (white)
            Western Sunrise (Toshio Matsuura Remix) - Intuit - Planet Birth
            EP 12" (Compost)
            Funk Under The Stars - Canton - Oracle EP 12" (Citrona)
            Simply Put - Lizz Fields - By Day, By Night (By Day By Night)
            Sub Tropic - Amon Tobin - Pirahna Breaks EP (Ninja Tune)
            Move On Up - Greyhound - Partykeller (Compost)
            Take Me To The Next Phase (with The Ignorants featuring Dead
              Isley Brothers - Taken To The Next Phase EP 12" (T-Neck/Epic)


            For over six years, the Urban Landscacpes Radioshow has been
            presenting jazzy and soulful club culture from around the world.
            Big respect to all of the labels, artists, promotion people and
            the listeners for their continued support.

            Musical submissions are always welcome. PLEASE NOTE that prior
            to submission, you should check the playlists as well as listen
            to a few of the shows in order to get a good feel for the music
            and the vibes.

            Vinyl is preferred, but CDs/CD-Rs and minidiscs are acceptable.
            Please send your music to:

            /Velanche Stewart/
            / Urban Landscapes Entertainment/
            / 1029 Southwood Drive #D/
            / San Luis Obispo, CA 93401/
            / USA/

            I can't tell you if this circular reaches thousands of people
            worldwide. I can tell you, however, that it does go out to the
            people that matter. You know who you are.

            Velanche also does reviews for XLR8R Magazine, with more
            publications to be announced soon. I'm also open to article
            ideas...hit me up via email to velanche_at_charter.net.