DJ Manchild's Disco Dandia
We recently did a focus on Australian label HopeStreet Recordings, reviewing a bunch of 45s from The Public Opinion Afro Orchestra, The Bombay Royale, The Cactus Channel and The Putbacks. Hope Street have been working with a couple of Melbourne's most widely travelled DJs and collectors, about getting some mixes together related to their releases, and asked Paris DJs to help spreading the good word. Here's the first one of those mixes, prepared with love by Ethan Hill aka DJ Manchild who's been sorting out and blending some amazing rarities of Bollywood music circa 1965-1985, all off original vinyl, to showcase the sounds that influence The Bombay Royale and the single Sote Sote Adhi Raat. We played this absolute killer Bolywood disco track in our end of the year Block Party 2011 mix and our Indian honcho Djouls is more than glad to have this special treat up on Paris DJs right on for Valentine's Day! There's also a video of DJ Manchild presenting his 12 favorite Bollywood records to check out… Yep this one's dedicated to all the lovers and music lovers out there. Enjoy the love with what might be the best selection of original Bollywood vinyl in Australia!
DJ Manchild and HopeStreet Recordings present : "DJ Manchild's Disco Dandia"
(MP3 Podcast on www.ParisDJs.com) 2012-02-14
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Total time : 52:50
Selected & mixed by DJ Manchild (soundcloud.com/djmanchild)
Audio mastering by Grant Phabao (grantphabao.com)
Artwork borrowed from Babla's Non-Stop Disco Dancing LP
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DJ Manchild and HopeStreet Recordings present: "DJ Manchild's Disco Dandia" - Twelve orginal vinyl artefacts from the Golden Years of Bollywood 1965-1985
In 2002 and 2003, Melbourne's DJ Manchild, record collector, funk aficionado and all round fun guy spent over a year travelling though India searching for the lost gold of 60's 70's and 80's Bollywood records. He returned with four crates of vinyl gleaned from the streets, market stalls and stores of Kolkata, Mumbai and Dehli and many smaller cities in between. Here he presents his favourite twelve records from that journey and the wild and exotic sounds inscribed on them.