Families, tribes and inviduals, wherever you are, shine on. This part took me back to my turntables, and vinyls on the shelves. Was really feeling africa and the new world representing brasil, so my selection for this time was from those parts and of course the electronic aftermaths of the rhythms created by them. Vinyls sounds better they say, but not always. Usually i make these podcasts from wav and mp3 files, and they sound full and cristal clear. Vinyl sounds less loud, different, warmer and if its old, rusty and dusty. Like life is, sometimes high definition, sometimes low fidelity, our perception of reality changes, like the quality of the music we listen. We start with a hungarian record from 1963, Ines Taddio and the Club band, than the original composition from 1959. A classic jam from SÃ©rgio Mendes, and other sweet melodies from that era. The waves of Brasil are slowly taking us to the future of dub and back in time to India and France for a final meditation.
Antonio Carlos Jobim | Club Egyuttes | Sergio Mendes | Luis Carlos Vinhas | Andrea Daltro | Jazzconductor | Carrot Green & Selvagem | Lucky Charmz | Chaos in the CBD | Fantastic Man | Vakula | Trevor Deep Jr. | Deuter | Brian Bennett.
Bodoo is in music since 1992 as drummer, 1996 as dj, played all over the place (Vienna, London, Porto, Lisbon, Brussels, New York, L.A., Istanbul, Sri Lanka, Romania, Beograd, Barcelona, Perm, Boom festival, and all over Hungary.) currently seeking for new ways on the wide path of soulful beats. Co-founder of FPT Sound System in 2001, radio host since 1996, now every tuesday in Budapest @ Radio Tilos 90.3FM (also at tilos.hu) 2pm-3pm CET and monthly in beloved RadiOzora with the Observation Radio Show that gathers a wide spectrum of music from around the globe. Perhaps from outer space too.
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