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Anthony Joseph - The Heritage Mix





Earlier this month British/Trinidadian poet, novelist & musician Anthony Joseph released his 6th album, 'Caribbean Roots', the 4th one for French jazz label Heavenly Sweetness, exploring his Caribbean musical heritage and featuring guests percussionist Roger Raspail (Cesaria Evora, Papa Wemba, Kassav), saxophonist Shabaka Hutchings (The Heliocentrics), trumpetist Yvon Guillard (Magma), bassist Mike Clinton (Salif Keita) and trombonist Pierre Chabrèle (Creole Jazz Orchestra). To celebrate this new release, Anthony Joseph has decocted a delightful and spicy selection of old & new grooves from Trinidad & Tobago, already his 5th mix for Paris DJs!

Anthony Joseph The Heritage Mix
Anthony Joseph - The Heritage Mix
(MP3 Podcast on www.ParisDJs.com) 2016-06-18

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Tracklisting :
01. Boogsie - Weight
(from 'Phase2' album, 1979 / Sharc Productions)
02. Lord Nelson - Family
(from 'Family' album, 1982 / B's Records)
03. Modupe Folasade Onilu - Jajah Coming Down
(unreleased rhythm, created by Jajah Oga Onilu from his 1st album 'Dopsion Beat')
04. Lord Invader - When You Hear I Die
(from 'Calypso In New York' compilation, 2000 / Smithsonian Folkways)
05. Ras Eliebank & 'D' Black Market Rythmn Band - Forward Home
(from 'Forward Home Rastafari' 12 inch, 1979 / Suncult)
06. Andy Narell - Forward Home
(from 'Oui Ma Chérie! — Music for Steel Orchestra' album, 2014 / self-released)
07. Billy Reece acc. by Jackie Johnson & The Backbeaters - How Tough It Was
(from 'How Though It Was' 7 inch, 1976 / Ranbilson)
08. Bert Lynch - Mama Don't Like It
(unknown source)
09. Joey Lewis & his Orchestra - Peanut Vendor
(from 'Peanut Vendor' 7 inch, 1977 / Joevan)
10. Lennox Sam - Another Star
(from 'Another Star' 7 inch, 1978 / Kalinda)
11. Andre Tanker - Bim
(from 'Bim' album, 1975 / Sharc International)
12. Clive Zanda - Chip Down
(from 'Is Here With Dat KInda Tin" Calypsojazz Innovations' album, 1975 / Gayap Productions)
13. Eugene Mona - 1700
(from 'Eugene Mona' album, 1976 / Hit Parade)
14. Gene Lawrence - After Sunrise
(from 'Sunset To Sunrise' album, 1977 / Semp Production)
15. Brother Superior  - Trini Groove
(from 'A New Beginning' album, 1978 / Mabel)
16. Mighty Sparrow - Love African Style
(from '25th Anniversary (1956-1980)' album, 1979 / Sparrow Music)
17. Lord Kitchener - Mrs Harriman
(from 'Hot Pants' album, 1972 / Trinidad)
18. David Rudder - The Case of the Disappearing Panyards
(from 'Tales From A Strange Land' album, 1995 / Lypsoland)
Total time : 68mn

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Credits :
Selected and mixed by Anthony Joseph (anthonyjoseph.co.uk)
Audio mastering by Blanka (facebook.com/kasablankamastering)
Artwork by Ben Hito (facebook.com/benhito)

Links :
Anthony Joseph : official | discogs | facebook | parisdjs | soundcloud | twitter | youtube
Paris DJs : parisdjs.com | bandcamp | facebook | pinterest | soundcloud | twitter | youtube
Ben Hito : official | discogs | facebook

Anthony Joseph's previous mixes on Paris DJs :

Anthony Joseph - West Indies Vintage Funk Vol 3Anthony Joseph - The Rubber Orchestras Paris DJs Mix Part 2Anthony Joseph - The Rubber Orchestras Paris DJs Mix Part 1Anthony Joseph - R6oots and Influences

Paris DJs' pick from the new album :


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