Mar 24, 2012

Dance, dance, dance

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This week, we examine the raison d'etre of rock and roll: the call to dance. And what better way to start of the programme but with a folk tune played by Bert Jansch and John Renbourn. Groovy.

Part one of the show is a hot shoe shuffle through some soul and disco tracks. In part two, we pogo and wreck to some punk and new wave. And then in part three, we do modern dance to some kosmiche from Germany and some alt rock from the US. A shout out to Alex this week and the closer is dedicated to Mrs Johns.
  1. After The Dance Bert Jansch & John Renbourn Bert And John 1966 
  2. Transatlantic Dance, Dance, Dance The Casualeers 7" 1967 Rouletee 
  3. Grooving With Mr Bloe Mr Bloe 7" 1970 DJM 
  4. Shake Your Groove Thing Peaches & Herb 7" 1978 Polydor 
  5. Let's Groove Archie Bell & The Drells Dance Your Troubles Away 1976 TSOP 
  6. Psykick Dancehall The Fall Dragnet 1979 Step Forward 
  7. Three Girl Rhumba Wire Pink Flag 1977 Harvest 
  8. Yacht Dance XTC English Settlement 1982 Virgin 
  9. Do The Standing Still The Table 7" 1977 Virgin 
  10. Dance ESG Come Away With ESG 1983 99 Move It Time Glorious Strangers Untitled 1983 Fun City Samba das Rosas Guru Guru Dance of the Flames 1974 Atlantic 
  11. Tango Whiskeyman Can Soundtracks 1970 Liberty 
  12. Can You Do That Dance? Pink Mountaintops Pink Mountaintops 2004 Jagjaguwar
  13. Sunken Waltz Calexico Feast Of Wire 2003 Quarterstick 
  14. All Night Disco Party The Brakes 7" 2005 Rough Trade 
  15. Taxi Dancer Shaun Cassidy Under Wraps 1978 Warner

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