Makes sense then to have a double album today, njoy !
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Gilles Peterson'(born 64) attended The John Fisher School, in the mid- and late- 1980s, living among the South London suburban soul scene in the early eighties, Gilles would avidly listen to listening to Level 42, Earth Wind & Fire, Central Line and the heavier, deeper pirate stations such as Radio Invicta. This inspired him to set up his own station - literally an aerial suspended between a tree and a phone box - playing an eclectic mix of jazz, funk, reggae, soul and early electro. By a stroke of luck, Radio Invicta needed a new transmitter, so Gilles swapped his for a regular show on the station.
At the same time, Gilles was a regular shopper at DJ Paul Murphy's Palladin Records. Murphy also DJ'd at Camden's Electric Ballroom, and his knowledge of rare, killer power jazz tunes and rare Afro-Cuban fusion was further inspiration for Gilles, who took over the decks when Paul left. Once ensconced upstairs in the Electric Ballroom, Gilles' understanding and insight into jazz, funk and soul grew exponentially. Gilles soon began to play at Nicky Holloway's Special Branch night at The Royal Oak.
1985 saw Gilles releasing the Jazz Juice (streetsounds) compilation series, collecting together many of the jazz tracks Gilles had been playing over the past few years. EMI Records soon called on Gilles to put together a series of inspired collections showcasing jazz label Blue Note's best artists resulting in 'Blue Bossa Vols. 1 & 2' and 'Baptist Beat' , which became the motivation for the hugely popular 'Blue' series of Jazz compilations.
During this period, Gilles had also been working on new pirate radio projects before 'going legit' with the BBC Radio London which was the first legal station he worked for, hosting a show called 'Mad On Jazz'. After leaving Radio London in 1986, Gilles started his Sunday sessions - 'Talkin' Loud' & 'Saying Something' - at Camden's Dingwalls. Co-hosted by Patrick Forge, these ran for five years. Coinciding with the emerging acid house scene, the sessions became a natural magnet for post clubbing come-down kids.
Shortly afterwards, Gilles started the Acid Jazz label, but after two years he felt the sound, the music and name was becoming a mod thing, a retro thing.' And so the approach from Phonogram was welcome , and he set up a new label Talkin' Loud records in 1989 . Gilles got the chance to echo his own diverse tastes and the label saw releases from the likes of Brand New Heavies, Jamiroquai, the Galliano.
Back on air, Gilles' show on London's Jazz FM was axed in 1990 after he played 'inappropriate' music and made statements supporting peace during the Gulf War. Soon after, he joined the newly-legalized Kiss FM. His Sunday evening WorldWide slot proved one of the most popular on the station and he stayed there for eight years until he joined Radio 1 in 1998. From 1998 to the present, through his BBC show Worldwide, Peterson has continued to stretch the musical boundaries. The show has always highlighted both new, but more importantly for the audience it is supposed to serve, older and often very rare records from the late-1950's to 1980's. In fact every three months or so, Gilles dedicates a whole show to older vinyl releases in a special version of his show he subtitles a Brownswood Basement. In August 2004 the show moved from Wednesday (midnight til 2am) to an earlier Sunday slot (11:00 to 01:00) In September 2006, Peterson's show on Radio 1 was moved from Sunday night to Wednesday night (more precisely the early hours of Thursday morning), 02:00 to 04:00 (GMT) where you can pick him up every week and not to worry.
Widely acclaimed as a musical tastemaker, Gilles spreads his influence on music listeners around the world mostly through the Worldwide radio show on BBC Radio 1 and besides he also does another version of the show which gets syndicated to radio stations all over the world. Parallel to this, his frequent DJing gigs around the world also have cemented a worldwide following. In 2006 Gilles and Freshly Cut, a French event production company from Montpellier, collaborated to create the unique Worldwide Festival. This started out as a small intimate festival during the summertime in the coastal town of Sète in France. Meanwhile it hasbeen expanded to three festivals, in London, Shanghai and Sète in 2007. In 2008 it will have expanded to take place in London, Beijing, Tokyo, Frankfurt, Singapore and Sète.
Gilles Peterson – INCredible Sound Of Gilles Peterson 1 ( 455mb)
101 Funkadelic – Free Your Mind And Your Ass Will Follow 1:31
102 Papo Vázquez – Baila Piena (Off World Remix) 3:31
103 Buscemi – The Salon Section 4:31
104 Incognito – I Can See The Future (Ski'sa Main Mix) 7:28
105 Nuyorican Soul – I Am The Black Gold Of The Sun (4 Hero Remix) 5:42
106 Willis Jackson – Nuther'n Like Thuther'n 6:59
107 Jimmy Smith – Who's Afraid Of Virginia Wolf? (Part 2) 4:29
108 A Tribe Called Quest – If The Papes Come 3:43
109 Luiz Arruda Paez – Upa Neguinho 0:55
110 Elza Soares – Mas Que Nada 2:37
111 Johnny Blas – Picadillo (Carl Craig's Breakdown Mix) 7:08
112 Fania All Stars – Coro Miyare 5:20
113 Alive! – Skindo Le Le 3:58
114 Eddie Russ – See The Light 1:24
115 Sons & Daughters Of Lite – Let The Sun Shine In 4:54
116 Black Sun – Spread Love 4:40
Gilles Peterson – INCredible Sound Of Gilles Peterson 2 (flac 421mb)
201 Pharoah Sanders – Rejoice 8:20
202 Soul Dhamma – Flower (The Underwater Garden Dub) 9:11
203 Critical Point – Messages (Main Mix) 5:57
204 Freddie Hubbard – Little Sunflower 9:03
205 MJ Cole – I See (Vocal) 4:42
206 Underwolves – Bird Song 4:58
207 Andy Bey – River Man 4:17
208 Isley Brothers – Ohio 8:43
209 Minnie Riperton – Les Fleurs 3:08
210 Handsome Boy Modeling School – The Truth (Voc.J-Live, Róisín Murphy) 3:48
211 DJ Vadim – Your Revolution (Voc.Sarah Jones) 4:08
212 Arthur Blythe – Autumn In New York 3:10
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