boom music vol. 23 (finale at LFR)

We jumped back into the LFR studio for a 22nd Boom Music show, this time in the company of transatlantic friend Henry aka Rare Colour who provided a selection inspired by the now defunct West London distribution company Goya Music, home to influential broken beat and future jazz labels such as People, Bitasweet, and Archive to name a couple. Either side of Henry’s mix, Oliver and Miguel provide their standard selection of new and old music for and from the soul.


01 Sabu Martinez & Sahib Shihab ‎– Ghandi’s Candies (Mellotronen)
02 Manu Dibango – Liberation’s Song (DST Telecommunications, Inc)
03 Caméléon – Na Voir Demain (Diffusion Royale)
04 Myriam Makeba – Mansane Cissé (Instrumentale)
05 The Jazz Trio – Great Pyramid of Giza (Melody)
06 John Coltrane – Attaining (Impulse!)
07 Gary Bartz NTU Troop – Drinking Song (Milestone Records)
08 Mike Ladd – The French Dig Latinos, Too (Thirsty Ear)
09 Nino Nardini ‎– Poltergeist (Jazzman)
10 Pieces Of Peace ‎– Pass It On Pt. 1 (Twinight Records, Numero)
11 Osiris – Consistency (Warner Bros. Records)
12 Willie Wright – Right On For Darkness (Numero Group)
13 Orchestre Super Rail Band International – Ma Awaba (Oriki Music)
14 Bembeya Jazz National – Waraba (Editions Syliphone Conakry)
15 Jards Macalé – Revendo Amigos (Polysom)
16 Airto – Encounter (Encontro no Bar) (Arista)4
17 Jimi Tenor – Love in Outer Space (Kindred Spirits)
18 Prefuse 73 – Last Night (Warp Records)
19 Company Flow – Friend Vs. Friend (Rawkus)
20 Duminie – Subterranean (Sound Signature)
21 Wayne Carter ‎– Wahoo, Wahoo, Wahoo (Aestuarium Records)
22 Dabrye – You Know The Formula Right? (Eastern Developments)
23 A Certain Ratio – Loss (Factory)
24 Thomas Leer – Don’t (Cherry Red)
25 Annette Peacock ‎– Pony (RCA)