Perspectives Vol. 8

July 30, 2022


Hot tunes for hotter days, begun by exploring the Latin influence on jazz and funk, pivoting into US and Japanese grooves, winding down the show with African highlife and funk, before finally cooling off with a a couple of modern recordings that reflect the sensibilities explored throughout the rest of the show.

From the crates of your host Feu du Camp.

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Artwork hand drawn by Val Herman.


Jean Pierre Sabar "Vai Vai" [Tchich Tchic: French Bossa Nova 1963-1974]
Tamba Trio "Boranda" [Tempo]
Trio Mocoto "Doca" [Trio Mocoto]
Mulatu Astatke "Almaz" [Afro-Latin Soul]
Gabor Szabo "Fred & Betty" [Magical Connection]
Tobias "Coisa Sentimental" [Mr. Bongo Record Club Vol. 3]
Tim Maia "O Caminho Do Bem" [World Psychedelic Classics 4: The Existential Soul of Tim Maia]
Cal Tjader "Mamblues" [Soul Diesel II]
Banda Black Rio "Leblon Via Vaz Lobo" [Maria Fumaca]
Herbie Hancock "Spank-A-Lee" [Thrust]
Kentaro Haneda "Akuma Ga Kitarite Fue Wu" [The Adventures of Kindaichi Kosuke]
Hatsumi Shibata "Singer Lady" [Wamono A to Z Vol. 2: Japanese Funk 1970-1977]
Roy Ayers Ubiquity "You and Me My Love" [Everybody Loves the Sunshine]
The Pointer Sisters "Pinball Number Count" [This Album Belongs To:]
Sarah Webster Fabio "Sweet Songs" [Jujus/Alchemy of the Blues]
Khu.eex "T-Funk" [The Wilderness Within]
The Whitefield Brothers "Reverse" [Earthology]
Wadih Essafi "Aandak Baharia Ya Rayess" [Psych Funk 101]
Mahmoud Ahmed "Kulun: Mankwalesh" [Ethiopian Urban Modern Music Vol. 1]
Akaba Man & the Nige Rockets "Ta Gha Hunsimwen" [Edo Funk Explosion Vol. 1]
William Onyeabor "Atmoic Bomb" [Who Is William Onyeabor?]
The Dur-Dur Band "Garsore Waa Ilaah" [Volume 5]
Surprise Chef "Have You Fed Baby Huey Today" [All News Is Good News]
Clutchy Hopkins & Fat Albert Einstein "Juju Beans" [High Desert, Low Tide]