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Wez G Sessions – Episode 21

Wez G Sessions - Episode 21

Wez G Sessions Episode 21 has a diverse mix of music from across multiple genres. Easy-listening for pleasure… :::TRACKLISTING::: 1. Groove Armada – Purple Haze [Pepper Records] 2. Bobby Womack – Stand Up [EMI USA] 3. Beastie Boys – Get It Together [Capitol Records] 4. New Order – Bizarre Love Triangle (Album Version) [London Records] 5. Lou Reed – Oh Jim [RCA Victor] 6. Coldcut – My Telephone [Ahead Of Our Time] 7. Dennis Brown – Black Liberation [Heartbeat Records] 8. Grandmaster Flash – It’s Nasty [Sugar Hill Records] 9. Pepe Habichuela – A Mi Manuel (Soleá) [Nuevos Medios] 10. Lighthouse Family – Postcard From Heaven [Polydor] 11. Sarah Ndagire – Train [Unknown] 12. Madonna – Express Yourself [Sire] 13. Morrissey – Angel, Angel, Down We Go Together [His Master’s Voice] 14. Otis Redding – Satisfaction [ATCO Records] Wez G Sessions Episode 21 by Wez G on Mixcloud

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Wez G Sessions – Episode 3

Wez G Sessions Episode 3

Another variety of genres for the Wez G weekly radio show, now in its third week of broadcast… :::TRACKLISTING::: 1. Jamiroquai – Blow Your Mind [Sony Soho Square] 2. Aretha Franklin – Respect [Atlantic] 3. Madonna – Borderline [Sire] 4. Thievery Corporation – Blasting Through The City [Eighteenth Street Lounge Music] 5. Kasabian – Underdog (Sasha Remix) [Sony Music] 6. Depeche Mode – Policy Of Truth [Mute] 7. Beyonce – End Of Time (Wez G Let Me Go Remix) [White] 8. Lighthouse Family – Ocean Drive [Wildcard] 9. Al-Pha-X – Mi Corazon [Bar De Lune] 10. Karunesh – Punjab [Etherean Music] 11. Dusty Springfield – Son Of A Preacher Man [Philips] Wez G Sessions – Episode 3 by Wez G on Mixcloud

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Surfing The Waves Of Creativity

Teahupo’o (Tahiti)… pronounced ‘cho-pu’, ..  I’ve been asked by my good friend, Johan Flapsandwich, to do a guest blog on his website http://flapsandwich.wordpress.com Flaps and I met 20 odd years ago and have grown up together as DJs and more recently, producers. We often get together for regular chitchats in Cardiff and have worked professionally together at various times in the music industry. In a recent drinking session, where I like to philosophize, Flappy heard me tell him a tale of New Zealand All Black rugby captain, Richie McCaw. McCaw is a flanker (wing-forward) and is widely regarded as one of the finest rugby players in the world today. He is an All Black legend and has amassed more international caps than any New Zealand player in history. The icing on the cake of his glistening career was lifting the Webb Ellis Rugby World Cup trophy on home soil in the 2011 World Cup. The All Blacks, if you are unfamiliar with the sport, are at the cutting edge of rugby – They are to the oval-shaped ball what Brasil are to its round cousin.  They determine the whole pace of the international game and are always innovating new styles. In effect they set the pace. McCaw, as an individual is one of the most highly talented sportsmen in the world. Why, you ask, is this relevant to an anarchic Welsh Music producer, most widely known for releasing the terror that is ‘Sicknote’ http://sicknote.tv onto the world?   I wanted to make a point to Flappy – that to reach the dizzying heights of ultimate success, there tends to be a formula. Those people who truly attain greatness in their chosen profession, have hidden secrets, that can be applied across the board. What is relevant to leading sportsmen, international political leaders, top businessmen, bestselling authors etc. can also apply to the world of music. Sure, we could find plenty of examples of success in the world of music itself… What makes Madonna tick? How do the Rolling Stones never cease to stop rolling? How does Brian Wilson imbibe from his muse? I wanted to keep it simple for Flappy and as I’d just read Richie McCaw’s cracking autobiography it was fresh in my mind.   Flaps probably hasn’t exercised since he left his caribou herd behind in the deepest Scandinavian Arctic and headed over to Wales in the first place….

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