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New Bamboos album "Rawville" preview




Ennio Styles - 3RRR radio show Stylin'
(MP3) StraightUp, 2007-02-11

Bamboos band-leader Lance Ferguson was interviewed on Ennio Styles 'Stylin' Show on 3RRR and previewed three tracks from the upcoming Bamboos album "Rawville". Take this link to listen to the stream: straightup.com.au/page?n=632.
The interview starts at around 1hr30min into the show...


Stylin' - Playlist 11/02/07 with Lanu
Rare grooves, hi-tech jazz and other-worldly fusions delivered fresh weekly. With Ennio Styles and friends.

Tracklisting :
01. Antibalas - Beaten Metal [Anti]
02. The Souljazz Orchestra - Mugambi [Do Right]
03. DJ Vadim - Milwaukee [BBE]
04. Indigo Jam Unit - Gekko [Basic]
05. Joey Defrancesco - Little B's Poem [Concord]
06. Basement Boys present Mudfoot Jones - Never Seen it Comin' [Freestyle]
07. Amp Fiddler - Ridin (Carl Craig Remix) [Genuine]
08. Raul Moros - Amazonica (Daytime Mix) [Soulfuric]
09. Cosmic Twins - Solar Flare [Wavetec]
10. Azymuth - Wait for My Turn (Spiritual South Remix) [Far Out]
11. Root Soul feat Vanessa Freeman & Mike Patto - Spirit of Love (Phil Asher's Restless Soul Boogie Mix) [Especial]
12. Erik Rug feat Dynamax - Tribute (L'Aroye & KY Remix) [Le Disques du Telegraphe]
13. Amnesty - Three Cheers for My Baby [Now Again]
14. Stone Mecca - Oh [Koch/Shock]
15. Jazzanova feat Thief - The Siren's Call [Sonar Kollektiv]
LANU IN THE STUDIO
17. Lanu feat Abby Joyce & Simon Grey - Rise [Tru Thoughts]
18. Lanu - Dis-information [Tru Thoughts]
19. Lanu - Aow Leuk [Tru Thoughts]
20. The Bamboos - Tongan Steel [Tru Thoughts]
21. The Bamboos feat Kylie Auldist - I Don't Wanna Stop [/Tru Thoughts]
22. The Bamboos - Bamboos Theme [Tru Thoughts]
23. Shirley Eubanks Ensemble - The Blessing Song [Freestyle]
24. Sexteto Excellencio - Fire Eater [Freestyle]
25. Cookin on 3 Burners - Feel Good Inc [Knowfoowl]

Links :
Direct MP3 download
straightup.com
www.myspace.com/enniostyles

I sometimes mention current recommended albums in this description accompanying the shows. This week I can recommend four albums being released later this year by Melbourne's hardest working man in show business, guitarist and producer Lance Ferguson. His future bruk soul project is Lanu's 'This is My Home' for Tru Thoughts and Ubiquity with guest appearances from Aloe Blacc, Quantic, Kero One and Melbourne's finest. The same labels bring 'Rawville', the second album from funk heavyweights the Bamboos, which features local diva Kylie Auldist on the soul monster 'I Don't Wanna Stop'. More funk with Cookin on 3 Burners' album 'Baked, Broiled and Fried' which will be released on Freestyle and Knowfoowl Freestyle is also behind the 'Black Feelings' compilation, designed to look like a collection of rare versions of funk and jazz classics, but really the work of Lance and his merry men. As well as 'Fire Eater' and 'The Blessing Song' which we heard, look out for great versions of 'Night of the Wolf' and 'Executive Party'.

Stylin broadcasts live each Friday on Australia's best known community station, 3RRR-FM Melbourne.

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