Tuesday, June 30, 2009

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2046 - Original Soundtrack


















Rating: 6/10
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Record Label: EMI
Year Released:
2004
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About the Film
2046 is a 2004 Hong Kong film (filmed in Shanghai) written and directed by Wong Kar-wai. It is a loose sequel to the 1991 film Days of Being Wild and the 2000 film In the Mood for Love. It follows the aftermath of Chow Mo-wan's unconsummated affair with Su Li-Zhen in 1960s Hong Kong but also includes some science fiction elements.

Sunday, June 28, 2009

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The Greek Fox | Το Ελληνικό Fox - Ηχογραφήσεις 1930-1950


















Rating: 6/10
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Record Label: Ελληνικός Γραμμόφωνος
Year Released:
2007
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Thursday, June 25, 2009

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Il Postino - Luis Bacalov (Original Soundtrack)



















Rating: 7/10
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Record Label: Hollywood Records
Year Released: 1994
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Note From Dada!
Ένα από τα πιο όμορφα soundtrack...

ΥΓ.Δυστυχώς απ' αυτή τη version του soundtrack λείπει η "τραγουδιστική" εκτέλεση του "Madreselva" με τον φοβερό Carlos Gardel, την οποία όμως μπορείτε να ακούσετε παρακάτω...

Madreselva - Carlos Gardel


About the Film
Il Postino is a 1994 Italian language film directed by Michael Radford. The film was originally released in the U.S. as The Postman, a straight translation of the Italian title. However, since the release of Kevin Costner's film of the same name, the film has been released on DVD as Il Postino: The Postman, and English-language film critics often refer to the film by its Italian title alone.

The film tells a fictional story in which the real life Chilean poet Pablo Neruda forms a relationship with a simple postman who learns to love poetry. It stars Philippe Noiret, Massimo Troisi and Maria Grazia Cucinotta. The screenplay was adapted by Anna Pavignano, Michael Radford, Furio Scarpelli, Giacomo Scarpelli and Massimo Troisi from the novel Ardiente paciencia by Antonio Skármeta. Skármeta himself had previously adapted his novel for the screen in 1985 as Ardiente paciencia.

Writer/star Massimo Troisi postponed heart surgery so that he could complete the film. The day after filming was completed, he suffered a fatal heart attack.

About Luis Bacalov
Luis Enríquez Bacalov (b. Buenos Aires March 30, 1933) is a prolific Argentine composer of film scores. Early on in his career, he composed scores for Spaghetti Western films, including Django, Storm Rider and The Price of Power.

Bacalov has been nominated twice for Academy Awards: for Scoring of Music--adaptation or treatment for The Gospel According to St. Matthew in 1967 and winning the award for Original Music Score for Il Postino in 1996.

In the early 1970s, he collaborated with Italian progressive rock bands New Trolls, Osanna and Il Rovescio della Medaglia.

In recent years, Bacalov has also composed significant works for chorus and orchestra, including his Misa Tango , a work setting a Spanish-language adaptation of the classic liturgical Mass to the tango rhythms of his native Argentina. The standard Mass text has been significantly truncated in accordance with Bacalov's desire that the work appeal to those of all Abrahamic faiths: Christians, Muslims and Jews. All references to Christ except as the Lamb of God in the Agnus Dei have been deleted. The Credo has been reduced to "I believe in one God, the Almighty, maker of heaven and earth. Amen." Misa Tango debuted in Rome with Placido Domingo as solo Tenor in 2000 and was later recorded by Deutsche Grammophon with Plácido Domingo (tenor), Ana María Martínez (mezzo-soprano) and Héctor Ulises Passarella (bandoneón). Bacalov recently composed Cantones de Nuestro Tiempos (Psalms for our Times): The Cambridge Psalms, a commissioned work with text from the Psalms of David for baritone and soprano soloists, orchestra and chorus, which had its world premiere at Sanders Theatre in Cambridge, Massachusetts in spring 2006 by the Cambridge Community Chorus (William E. Thomas, Music Director). Two of his songs were used in Quentin Tarantino's film Kill Bill.

Presently he is the artistic director of Orchestra della Magna Grecia in Taranto, Italy.

Monday, June 22, 2009

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Arcoluz - Renaud Garcia-Fons Trio



















Rating: 7.5/10
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Arcoluz - Dvd

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About Renaud Garcia-Fons

Renaud Garcia-Fons (* near Paris December 24, 1962 ) is a French double-bass player and composer, notable for his customised 5-stringed bass.
Garcia-Fons' father is the painter Pierre Garcia-Fons, and his family is of Catalonian origin. In the early 1980s Garcia-Fons enrolled at the Paris Conservatory; he has studied with François Rabbath who taught him his special technique of playing arco. Garcia-Fons is known for his melodic sense and his viola-like col arco sound.
Garcia-Fons is influenced by jazz and classical music and by flamenco, new musette, and "imaginary folklore" traditions. He started playing jazz in trumpet player Roger Guérin's band. From 1987 to 1993 he was part of a French all-double bass ensemble L'Orchestre de Contrebasses before he played in the Orchestre National de Jazz directed by Claude Barthélémy. He collaborated with jazz musicians like Jean-Louis Matinier, Michael Riessler, Nguyên Lê, and Michel Godard. He contributed to recordings of Gerardo Núñez and to Middle Eastern players such as Kudsi Erguner, Dhafer Youssef, and Cheb Mami.
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Berimbass & Entrecontinentes - Renaud Garcia-Fons Trio


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Sunday, June 21, 2009

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Τα Καλουτάκια - Άννα & Μαρία Καλουτά


















Rating: 6/10
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Record Label: Minos EMI
Year Released:
1995
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Αιμόφιλε καρντάση χαιρετισμούς από τη Ράσπα...

H Ράσπα Απ' Το Μεξικό - Άννα και Μαρία Καλουτά


Για τη Μαρία Καλούτα
Η Μαρία Καλουτά του Στεφάνου (Αθήνα, 1921- 29 Οκτωβρίου 2006), ήταν ηθοποιός, πρωταγωνίστρια και θιασάρχης. Στο θέατρο πρωτοεμφανίζεται το 1926 σε ηλικία 6 ετών μαζί με την αδελφή της Άννα, με την οποία δημιουργούν τα περίφημα "Καλουτάκια" και συνεχίζουν την καλλιτεχνική πορεία μαζί για 40 χρόνια. Εμφανίστηκε σε ελληνικές κινηματογραφικές ταινίες και τηλεοπτικές παραγωγές. Το 1967 παντρεύτηκε το νομικό σύμβουλο του Δήμου Αθηναίων Δημήτρη Κωνσταντόπουλο και εγκατέλειψε για πάντα το θεατρικό σανίδι. Τα τελευταία χρόνια ήταν κατάκοιτη. Πέθανε στις 29 Οκτωβρίου 2006. Κηδεύτηκε στο Α΄ Νεκροταφείο.

Για την Άννα Καλούτα
Η Ειρήνη-Άννα Καλουτά του Στεφάνου, ηθοποιός, πρωταγωνίστρια και θιασάρχης γεννήθηκε στην Αθήνα στις 29 Σεπτεμβρίου του 1918. Απόφοιτος της Ιονίου Σχολής Θηλέων, έκανε σπουδές πιάνου και αφοσιώθηκε στο θέατρο. Παράλληλα ασχολήθηκε με τη χορογραφία, σκηνοθεσία και τη καλλιτεχνική διεύθυνση.
Εμφανίστηκε σε 14 ελληνικές κινηματογραφικές ταινίες ενώ στο θέατρο πρωτοεμφανίζεται σε ηλικία 4 ετών στο θίασο Μαρίκας Κοτοπούλη, σε έργο πρόζας. Μαζί με την αδελφή της Μαρία δημιούργησαν τα περίφημα "Καλουτάκια", παιδιά θαύματα της εποχής εκείνης, σε όλα τα είδη του μουσικού θεάτρου.
Έχει συμμετάσχει σε επιθεωρήσεις των γνωστότερων επιθεωρησιογράφων σε οπερέτες όπως: "Γλυκειά Νανά", "Διαβολόπαιδο", "Βαφτιστικός" , "Μοντέρνα κορίτσια" κ.ά. του Θεόφραστου Σακελλαρίδη, "Γυναίκα του δρόμου", "Απάχηδες των Αθηνών", "Οι πειρατές" κ.ά. του Νίκου Χατζηαποστόλου, στη "Νυχτερίδα" του Γιόχαν Στράους, σε μουσικές κωμωδίες: "Μ΄ αγαπά δεν μ΄ αγαπά" των Γιανουκάκη - Ριτσιάρδη, σε ηθογραφίες όπως "Το Φυντανάκι" του Χορν, σε πρόζα "Το πανηγύρι" του Χορν, σε κωμειδύλλια: "Αγαπητικός της βοσκοπούλας", "Γκόλφω", "Μαρία Πενταγιώτισσα" και άλλα πολλά.
Επί 15 χρόνια έκανε περιοδείες στην Ευρώπη, Αμερική, Αυστραλία, Αφρική και Ν. Ζηλανδία. Εμφανίστηκε στη "Salle de Gaveau" στο Παρίσι 1950, στο "Κάρνεγκυ Χωλ" στη Νέα Υόρκη το 1954, στο "Palace Theatre" στο Λονδίνο 1968 κ.α.
Ηχογράφησε με την αδελφή της Μαρία πολλούς δίσκους στην Ελλάδα και το εξωτερικό. Ενδεικτικά: "Μ΄ αγαπά δεν μ΄ αγαπά", "Γερακίνα", "Οι κερασιές", "Η βροχή", "Βεμ - Βεμ". Οι δε εμφανίσεις της στην τηλεόραση δεν έχουν μέχρι σήμερα εκλείψει.
Μέλος του Σωματείου Ελλήνων Ηθοποιών, έχει τιμηθεί με πλείστα διπλώματα ελληνικών πρεσβειών για τις περιοδείες της και ακόμη με πολλές στρατιωτικές μνείες για τη ψυχαγωγία του Στρατού. Έμεινε θρυλική στις πολεμικές επιθεωρήσεις του 1940 ίδιαίτερα στο "Ευζωνάκι" αλλά και αργότερα σε ρόλους "Σμυρνιάς".
Δίκαια χαρακτηρίστηκε "Βασίλισσα της Επιθεώρησης" και μία από τις άξιες διαδόχους της στο είδος θα μπορούσε να θεωρηθεί η Ρένα Βλαχοπούλου
Η Άννα Καλουτά διατηρούσε δεσμό με τον Λάμπρο Κωνσταντάρα σε νεαρή ηλικία.

Απεβίωσε στις 17 Απριλίου του 2010 στην Αθήνα, στο σπίτι της, έπειτα από επιδείνωση που παρουσίασε η υγεία της τους τελευταίους μήνες. Κηδεύτηκε δημοσία δαπάνη στις 20 Απριλίου του 2010 από το Α΄ Νεκροταφείο Αθηνών.

Friday, June 19, 2009

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Χαβάγιες Με Τον Ζοζέφ Κορίνθιο Νο.1



















Rating: 6/10
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Record Label: Philips
Year Released: 1973
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Note From Dada!

Ώτα μου της ελληνορωμαϊκής βιοπάλης, του γραφείου και της κλεισούρας. Βάλτε τούτο το δισκάκι να παίζει και... ακούστε το κύμα κάτω απ' το γραφείο να χαιδεύει απαλά τον υπολογιστή σας, να μπερδεύει τα καλώδια με τα φύκια και να μουσκεύει τα μπατζάκια σας...

Για τον Ζοζέφ Κορίνθιο
Γνωστός τραγουδοποιός και μαέστρος ελαφράς μουσικής της προπολεμικής και της πρώτης μεταπολεμικής Εποχής. Διατηρούσε περίφημο Συγκρότημα με χαβανέζικες χαβάγιες, που ψυχαγώγησε τους `Ελληνες επί συναπτή 20ετία (1930-1950). Στην ορχήστρα του «ντεμπουτάρησε» το 1938 ο Λέανδρος.
Έγραψε τραγούδια, πολλά από τα οποία έγιναν μεγάλες επιτυχίες, όπως: "Πλούτη μη ζητάς" (1933), «Οι γυναίκες είναι όλες ίδιες» (1933), «Ποιος τό 'πε πως δε σ' αγαπώ» (1937), "Μητέρα" (1948), "Σήμερα το βράδυ έλα κατά τις 9", «Τά 'θελες και τά 'παθες» (1949), "Ομορφούλα" (1950), "Εχτές το δειλινό που τά 'πια" (1950), «Αμερικάνα» (1951) "Αν μια μέρα απατηθείς", "Τί μού 'χεις κάνει", "Τίποτε άσχημο δεν έχεις", "Ποτέ ποτέ", "Να μη με ξεχάσεις" (1954), "Μου τό 'πε ένα πουλάκι", "Τα μάτια σου γιορτάζουν", "Δεν σε πιστεύω", "Μη φοβάσαι, μη φοβάσαι, στο πλευρό μου πάντα θά 'σαι", «Καρδιά μου ξέχασε», «Με βαλς θα στο πω», "Είσαι κομμάτι", "Απόψε τα μεσάνυχτα", "Τραγουδάει για να μην κλαίει", "Αξέχαστες στιγμές", "Σμίξαμε κι οι δυο", "Δεν ποθώ την ηδονή", "Θα ξεχαστείς", «Πάντα», "Στο σινεμά", «Η αγάπη δεν ξέρει καιρό», «Καρδιά μου μην ξαναγαπήσεις», «Ζητώ καρδιά», «Κοντά σου να γεράσω», κ.λπ.
Ο Κωνσταντίνος Μυλωνάς προσθέτει, ότι το πασίγνωστο τραγούδι "Το κοκοράκι" ("Όταν θα πάω κυρά μου στο παζάρι...") γράφτηκε από τον Κορίνθιο (που ήταν επίσης μέλος στην ορχήστρα της 1ης "Μάντρας" του Αττίκ) κι ακόμα, ότι ο Κορίνθιος ακολούθησε τον Αττίκ στις περιοδείες του στο εσωτερικό και το εξωτερικό (επ' αυτού προσθέτουμε ότι το 1932 κατά την Περίοδο της `Εκθεσης Θεσ/νίκης, Αττίκ και Κορίνθιος έπαιζαν επί ένα μήνα με μεγάλη επιτυχία στο θέατρο "Λευκού Πύργου". To ίδιο έγινε και στην `Εκθεση του 1933). Στην ορχήστρα του με τις χαβάγιες μετείχε (περί τα μέσα της δεκαετίας του 1930 και κατόπιν) και ο Κων/ος-Παλαιολόγος Κοσιάδης.
Κυκλοφορούν ορισμένοι «αναβιωμένοι» LP δίσκοι με αποσπάσματα του ρεπερτορίου του: «Αναμνήσεις με χαβάγιες» (1970), «Χορέψτε με τις χαβάγιες» (1971), «Αξέχαστες μελωδίες με χαβάγιες» (1972), «Χαβάγιες με τον Ζοζέφ Κορίνθιο, Νο 2» (1973).
Το Αρχείο Ζοζέφ Κορινθίου το οποίο περιλαμβάνει κυρίως το υλικό που χρησιμοποιούσε ο Ζοζέφ ως μουσικός με την ορχήστρα του, δωρίστηκε στη Μεγάλη Μουσική Βιβλιοθήκη της Ελλάδος από την κόρη του Βασιλεία Κορινθίου Ξηροδήμα. Σύντομα θα είναι στη διάθεση του κοινού της βιβλιοθήκης.

Thursday, June 18, 2009

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Lee Morgan Volume 2: Sextet


















Rating: 5/10
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Record Label: Blue Note
Year Released:
1956
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About Lee Morgan
Lee Morgan, a leading (hard bop & modal jazz) trumpeter and composer, recorded prolifically from 1956 until a day before his death in February 1972. Originally interested in the vibraphone, he soon showed a growing enthusiasm for the trumpet; and on his 13th birthday his sister Ernestine gave him his first trumpet. His primary stylistic influence was Clifford Brown, who gave the teenager a few lessons before his untimely death in a 1956 car accident. Morgan joined the Dizzy Gillespie Big Band at 18, and remained a member for a year and a half, until economics forced Dizzy to disband the unit in 1958. He began recording for Blue Note Records in 1956, eventually recording 25 albums as a leader for the company, with more than 250 musicians. He also recorded on the Vee-Jay label.

He was a featured sideman on several early Hank Mobley records, as well as on John Coltrane's Blue Train (1957) on which, he played a trumpet with an angled bell (given to him by Gillespie) and delivered one of his most celebrated solos on the title track.

Joining Art Blakey's Jazz Messengers in 1958 further developed his talent as a soloist and composer. He toured with Blakey for a few years, and was featured on numerous albums by the Messengers, including Moanin', which is one of the band's best-known recordings. When Benny Golson left the Jazz Messengers, Morgan persuaded Blakey to hire Wayne Shorter, a young tenor saxophonist, to fill the chair. This version of the Jazz Messengers, including pianist Bobby Timmons and bassist Jymie Merritt, would record the classic The Freedom Rider album. The drug problems of Morgan and Timmons forced them to leave the band in 1961, and the trumpeter returned to Philadelphia, his hometown. According to Tom Perchard, a Morgan biographer, it was Blakey who introduced the trumpeter to heroin, an addictive drug that impeded his career trajectory.

On returning to New York in 1963, he recorded The Sidewinder (December 1963), which became his greatest commercial success. The title track cracked the pop charts in 1964, and served as the background theme for Chrysler television commercials during the World Series. The tune was used without Morgan's or Blue Note's consent, and intercession by the label's lawyers led to the commercial being withdrawn. Due to the crossover success of "The Sidewinder" in a rapidly changing pop music market, Blue Note owners encouraged other of its artists to emulate the tune's "boogaloo" beat. Morgan himself repeated the formula several times with compositions such as "Cornbread" (from the eponymous album Cornbread) and "Yes I Can, No You Can't" on The Gigolo. According to drummer Billy Hart, Morgan said he had recorded "The Sidewinder" as filler for the album, and was bemused that it had turned into his biggest hit. He felt that his playing was much more advanced on Grachan Moncur III's essentially avant-garde Evolution album, recorded a month earlier, on November 21,1963.

After this commercial success, Morgan continued to record prolifically, producing such works as Search for the New Land (1964), which reached the top 20 of the R&B charts. He also briefly rejoined the Jazz Messengers after his successor, Freddie Hubbard, joined another group.

As the 60's progressed, he recorded some twenty additional albums as a leader, and continued to record as a sideman on the albums of other artists, including Wayne Shorter's Night Dreamer; Stanley Turrentine's Mr. Natural; Freddie Hubbard's The Night of the Cookers; Hank Mobley's Dippin', A Caddy for Daddy, A Slice of the Top, Straight No Filter; Jackie McLean's Jackknife and Consequence; Joe Henderson's Mode for Joe; McCoy Tyner's Tender Moments; Lonnie Smith's Think and Turning Point; Elvin Jones' The Prime Element; Jack Wilson's Easterly Winds; Reuben Wilson's Love Bug; Larry Young's Mother Ship; Lee Morgan and Clifford Jordan Live in Baltimore 1968; Andrew Hill's Grass Roots; as well as on several albums with Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers.

He became more politically involved in the last two years of his life, becoming one of the leaders of the Jazz and People's Movement; the group demonstrated during the taping of talk and variety shows during 1970-71 to protest the lack of jazz artists as guest performers and members of the programs' bands.

His working band during those last years featured reedmen Billy Harper or Bennie Maupin; pianist Harold Mabern, bassist Jymie Merritt and drummers Mickey Roker or Freddie Waits. Maupin, Mabern, Merritt and Roker are featured on the well-regarded 3-disc, Live at the Lighthouse, recorded during a two-week engagement at the Hermosa Beach club, California, in July 1970.

That Lee Morgan would be murdered in the early hours of February 19, 1972, at Slugs', a jazz club in New York City's East Village where his band was performing, was as improbable as it was tragic. Following an altercation between sets, Morgan's live-in girlfriend (Helen More), shot him in the heart, killing him instantly.He was 33 years old.

Wednesday, June 17, 2009

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The Honeydripper - Jack McDuff


















Rating: 5/10
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Record Label: Blue Note
Year Released:
1965
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About Brother Jack McDuff
"Brother" Jack McDuff (September 17, 1926-January 23, 2001) was a jazz organist and organ trio bandleader who was most prominent during the hard bop and soul jazz era of the 1960s.

Born Eugene McDuffy in Champaign, Illinois, McDuff began playing bass, appearing in Joe Farrell's group. Encouraged by Willis Jackson in whose band he also played bass in the late 50s, McDuff moved to the organ and began to attract the attention of Prestige Records while still with Jackson's group. McDuff soon became a bandleader, leading groups featuring a young George Benson, Red Holloway on saxophone and Joe Dukes on drums.

McDuff recorded many classic albums on Prestige including his debut solo Brother Jack in 1960, The Honeydripper (1961), with tenor saxophonist Jimmy Forrest and guitarist Grant Green, and Brother Jack Meets The Boss (1962), featuring Gene Ammons, and Screamin’ (1962).

After his tenure at Prestige, McDuff joined the Atlantic Records label for a brief period and then in the 70s recorded for Blue Note. To Seek a New Home (1970) was recorded in England with a line-up featuring blues shouter Jimmy Witherspoon and some of Britain's top jazz musicians of the day, including Terry Smith on guitar and Dick Morrissey on tenor sax.

The decreasing interest in jazz and blues patent during the late 70s and 1980s meant that many jazz musicians went through a lean time and it wasn't until the late 1980s, with The Re-Entry, recorded for the Muse label in 1988, that McDuff once again began a successful period of recordings, initially for Muse, then on the Concord Jazz label from 1991. George Benson appeared on his mentor’s 1992 Colour Me Blue album.

Despite health problems, McDuff continued working and recording throughout the 1980s and 1990s, and toured Japan with Atsuko Hashimoto in 2000. "Captain" Jack McDuff, as he later became known, died of heart failure at the age of 74 in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Tuesday, June 16, 2009

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At The Gate Of Horn - Odetta


















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Year Released: 1998
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About Odetta
Odetta Holmes, (December 31, 1930 – December 2, 2008), known as Odetta, was an American singer, actress, guitarist, songwriter, and a human rights activist, often referred to as "The Voice of the Civil Rights Movement". Her musical repertoire consisted largely of American folk music, blues, jazz, and spirituals. An important figure in the American folk music revival of the 1950s and 1960s, she was influential musically and ideologically to many of the key figures of the folk-revival of that time, including Bob Dylan, Joan Baez, Mavis Staples, and Janis Joplin.

Monday, June 15, 2009

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Πανελλήνια Σοσιαλιστική Καλτσοποιϊα - Part II

Υποψήφια Ευρωβουλευτής
Όνομα: ΜΑΡΙΑ
Eπίθετο: ΚΑΛΤΣΑ
Email:
maria.kaltsa@vivodinet.gr

τσεκ ιτ αούτ

Note From Dada!
Ρε συ είναι τρελοί αυτοί οι Πασόκοι...
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Blood Money - Tom Waits


















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Record Label: ANTI
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2002
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About Tom Waits
Thomas Alan Waits (born 7 December 1949) is an American singer-songwriter, composer, and actor. Waits has a distinctive voice, described by critic Daniel Durchholz as sounding "like it was soaked in a vat of bourbon, left hanging in the smokehouse for a few months, and then taken outside and run over with a car." With this trademark growl, his incorporation of pre-rock styles such as blues, jazz, and vaudeville, and experimental tendencies verging on industrial music, Waits has built up a distinctive musical persona. He has worked as a composer for movies and musical plays and as a supporting actor in films, including The Fisher King, Coffee & Cigarettes, Down by Law, Bram Stoker's Dracula, Wristcutters: A Love Story, and Short Cuts. He was nominated for an Academy Award for his soundtrack work on One from the Heart.

Lyrically, Waits' songs contain atmospheric portrayals of bizarre, seedy characters and places, although he has also shown a penchant for more conventional ballads. He has a cult following and has influenced subsequent songwriters despite having little radio or music video support. His songs are best-known to the general public in the form of cover versions by more visible artists—for example, "Jersey Girl," performed by Bruce Springsteen; "Downtown Train" and "Tom Traubert's Blues" performed by Rod Stewart; and "Ol' '55," performed by the Eagles. Although Waits' albums have met with mixed commercial success in his native United States, they have occasionally achieved gold album sales status in other countries. He has been nominated for a number of major music awards and has won Grammy Awards for two albums, Bone Machine and Mule Variations.

Waits currently lives in Sonoma County, California with his wife and their three children

Sunday, June 14, 2009

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Layali - Cheb Mami


















Rating: 6/10
Sound Quality: 320 kb/s
Format: Mp3
Record Label: Virgin Music
Year Released: 2006
Album Covers: Included
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Note From Dada!
...ώτα μου υπ-"ακούστε" στα πόδια σας...

Ajlissou - Cheb Mami


Nos Couleurs - Cheb Mami


About Cheb Mami
Cheb Mami (Arabic: شاب مامي‎, Ahmed Khelifati Mohamed, born July 11, 1966) is an Algerian-born raï singer. His birth was in Graba-el-wed, a populous quarter of Saida. Located 170 kilometres south of Oran, the city of Saida is on the high mesas of southwestern Algeria. He sings and speaks in Algerian Arabic, French and sometimes, as on Layali, in Egyptian Arabic.

Friday, June 12, 2009

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The Turnaround - Hank Mobley


















Rating: 5/10
Sound Quality: 320 kb/s
Format: Mp3
Record Label: Blue Note
Year Released:
1965
Album Covers: Included
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Links:
rapidshare

About Hank Mobley
Henry (Hank) Mobley (July 7, 1930 – May 30, 1986) was an American hard bop and soul jazz tenor saxophonist and composer. Mobley was described by Leonard Feather as the "middleweight champion of the tenor saxophone", a metaphor used to describe his tone that was neither as aggressive as John Coltrane nor as mellow as Stan Getz. This description suggested to some that Mobley was mediocre; and, as his style was laid-back, subtle and melodic, especially in contrast with players like Sonny Rollins and John Coltrane, it took connoisseurs until after his demise to fully appreciate his talent.

Mobley was born in Eastman, Georgia, but was raised in Elizabeth, New Jersey, near Newark. Early in his career, he worked with Dizzy Gillespie and Max Roach. He took part in one of the landmark hard bop sessions, alongside Art Blakey, Horace Silver, Doug Watkins and trumpeter Kenny Dorham. The results of these sessions were released as Horace Silver and the Jazz Messengers. They contrasted with the classical pretensions of cool jazz, with Mobley's rich lyricism being bluesier, alongside the funky approach of Horace Silver. When The Jazz Messengers split in 1956, Mobley continued on with pianist Horace Silver for a short time, although he did work again with Blakey some years later, when the drummer appeared on Mobley's albums in the early 60s.

During the 1960s, he worked chiefly as a leader, recording 25 albums for Blue Note Records, including Soul Station and Roll Call, between 1955 and 1970. He performed with many of the most important hard bop players, such as Grant Green, Freddie Hubbard, Sonny Clark, Wynton Kelly and Philly Joe Jones, and formed a particularly productive partnership with trumpeter Lee Morgan. Mobley is widely recognized as one of the great composers of originals in the hard-bop era, with interesting chord changes and room for soloists to spread out.

His 1961 album, Another Workout, while considered an instant classic, was inexplicably not released until 1985.

Mobley also spent a brief time in 1961 with Miles Davis, during the trumpeter's search for a replacement for John Coltrane. He is heard on the album Someday My Prince Will Come (alongside Coltrane, who returned for the recording of some tracks), and some live recordings (In Person: Live at the Blackhawk and At Carnegie Hall). Though considered by some as not having the improvisational fire of Coltrane, Mobley was still a major voice on tenor saxophone, known for his melodic playing.

Mobley was forced to retire in the mid-1970s due to lung problems. He worked briefly with Duke Jordan before his death from pneumonia in 1986.

Thursday, June 11, 2009

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Πανελλήνια Σοσιαλιστική Καλτσοποιϊα




















Note From Dada!
...κι εδώ το image σε μεγαλύτερη ανάλυση -> pasocks.jpg
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Cannonball's Bossa Nova - Julian Cannonball Adderley With The Bossa Rio Sextet Of Brazil


















Rating: 6/10
Sound Quality: 320 kb/s
Format: Mp3
Record Label: Capitol Jazz
Year Released: 1962
Album Covers: Included
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About Julian Cannonball Adderley
Julian Edwin "Cannonball" Adderley (September 15, 1928 – August 8, 1975) was a jazz alto saxophonist of the small combo era of the 1950s and 1960s. Originally from Tampa, Florida, he moved to New York in the mid 1950s. He was the brother of jazz cornetist Nat Adderley.

Wednesday, June 10, 2009

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...τον καλό μας τον καιρό και άλλες θερινές ιστορίες














News From Dada!

10.June.09

Ώτα μου διαπλανητικά, διαδικτυακή μου λαοθάλασσα και ακτές του ιντερνετικού μου ωκεανού καλό καλοκαίρι. Με το καινούργιο μου ψηφιακό μπανιερό του οίκου JPEG σας καλωσορίζω στα παράλια της Μικράς Αστείας μας εικονικής σχέσης. Για το επόμενο χρονικό διάστημα με νωχελικούς θερινούς ρυθμούς θα κάνω τα μουσικά μου μακροβούτια ψαρεύοντάς σας άσματα και μουσικές απ’ τους βυθούς της καλοκαιρινής μου ραστώνης.

Σας αφήνω με τα παρακάτω καλοκαιρινά τραγούδια.
1. «Το Καλοκαίρι» του Παναγιώτη Τούντα από τον Στελλάκη Περπινιάδη και
2. «Στου Τουρισμού την Ανοχή» με τους Χειμερινούς Κολυμβητές
Σύντομα θα εμπλουτισώ αυτή την playlist και με άλλα άσματα τα οποία υπόσχομαι να τα κάνω ένα cdακι ..."κι αυτό είναι δέσμευση".

Το Καλοκαίρι - Στελλάκης Περπινιάδης


Στου Τουρισμού Την Ανοχή - Χειμερινοί Κολυμβητές


Σας φιλώ σεμνά και ταπεινά στο modem
Radiodada












Το καλτσοκαίρι

Εγώ αλλιώς περίμενα τούτο το καλοκαίρι
να έχει αρμύρα και ευωδιές της θάλασσας τ’ αγέρι
και κει που ξαπλωνόμουνα σε ονειρεμένα μέρη
από τις κάλτσες ξεπηδά βρώμα Καρατζαφέρη
Μου ανέβηκε η ποιήση και μου άρπαξε το χέρι
και βρέθηκα να σοδoμώ στιχάκια του Σεφέρη
πάνω στην άμμο την ξανθή κλάσαμε τ’ ονομά της
ωραία μου φύσηξε ο μπάτης και απλώθηκε η οσμή





Monday, June 8, 2009

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Dada Got Soul - Αφιέρωμα Τέλος! Γιοκ! Πάπαλα!












Note From Dada!
Ώτα μου αυτό ήταν!
Αφιέρωμα στο soul, funk και r&b τέλος!

Σας αφήνω στο γλυκό μαυρόχορδο soul λαρύγγι του Terry Callier.

Άντε και σάλα με ηχεία!
Radiodada

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You Goin' Miss Your Candyman - Terry Callier
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Freddie's Dead - Curtis Mayfield

Saturday, June 6, 2009

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Soul Legacy - Curtis Mayfield (4 Cd Set)



























Rating: 5.5/10
Sound Quality: 320 kb/s
Format: Mp3
Record Label: Charly
Year Released: 2001
Album Covers: Included
Pass: radiodada
Links: rapidshare (Disc 1), rapidshare (Disc 2), rapidshare (Disc 3), rapidshare (Disc 4)
Booklet: rapidshare (Part 1), rapidshare (Part 2)

About Curtis Mayfield
Curtis Lee Mayfield (June 3, 1942 – December 26, 1999) was an American soul, R&B, and funk singer, songwriter, and record producer best known for his anthemic music with The Impressions and composing the soundtrack to the blaxploitation film Super Fly. From these works and others, he was highly regarded as a pioneer of funk and of politically conscious African-American music. He was also a multi-instrumentalist who played the guitar, bass, piano, saxophone, and drums.

Thursday, June 4, 2009

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Rhapsody In White - The Love Unlimited Orchestra


















Rating: 6/10
Sound Quality: 320 kb/s
Format: Mp3
Record Label: Mercury Records
Year Released: 1974
Album Covers: Included
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About The Love Unlimited Orchestra
The Love Unlimited Orchestra, formed by American R&B/Soul Barry White, was a 40-piece string-laden orchestra that served as a backing unit for White and female vocal trio Love Unlimited. From the mid 1970s on, they also recorded several albums under their own name.

Their biggest hit single was 1973's instrumental disc, "Love's Theme". The track, written by White, went to #1 for one week in the U.S. and #10 in the UK Singles Chart. The R.I.A.A. awarded a gold disc on 7 February 1974.

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Your Sweetness Is My Weakness - Barry White



Note From Dada!
...και να σκεφτείς στην Έλλαδα όταν λέμε "Ο Τραγουδιστής Του Έρωτα" εννοούμε τον Πάριο! Άστο να πάει άστο...ή αλλιώς barry barry barry barry στο γυαλό πετούν οι γλάροι.

ΥΓ.Φίλε "Q" ο Barry για την πάρτη σου!
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Soul Gospel Vol.2


















Rating: 5/10
Sound Quality: 320 kb/s
Format: Mp3
Record Label: Soul Jazz Records
Year Released:
2006
Album Covers: Included
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Links:
Rapidshare, Extra Links

Wednesday, June 3, 2009

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You Better Believe It - Rare & Modern Soul Gems (Vol.2)


















Rating: 4.5/10
Sound Quality: 320 kb/s
Format: Mp3
Record Label: Warner
Year Released: 2006
Album Covers: Included
Pass: radiodada
Links:
mirrocreator

Tuesday, June 2, 2009

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Cosmic Funk - Lonnie Liston Smith & The Cosmic Echoes


















Rating: 4.5/10
Sound Quality: 320 kb/s
Format: Mp3
Record Label: Flying Dutchman/BMG
Year Released: 1974/2001
Album Covers: Included
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Links:
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About Lonnie Liston Smith
Lonnie Liston Smith, Jr. (born December 28, 1940 in Richmond, Virginia) is an American jazz, soul, and funk musician. Smith started out playing acoustic jazz before exploring jazz fusion, soul, and funk. Smith played acoustic piano with Pharoah Sanders, Rahsaan Roland Kirk, Betty Carter, and Gato Barbieri. He later joined Miles Davis as an electric keyboardist in the early 1970s.In 1973 Smith founded the Cosmic Echoes band with his brother Donald Smith, a singer and piano player who has collaborated, among others, with Oliver Lake. Smith was featured on rapper Guru's album Jazzmatazz, Vol. 1.

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Soul Train

Note From Dada!
...και κάποιες εξαιρετικές τηλεοπτικές τζούρες από την εκπομπή "Soul Train".














Love & Happiness - Al Green

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Rock Steady - Aretha Franklin
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Lady Marmalade - LaBelle
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About Soul Train

Soul Train was a syndicated, music-related television program. In its 35-year history, the show primarily featured performances by rhythm and blues, soul, and hip hop artists, although jazz musicians and gospel singers have also appeared.

The series was created by Don Cornelius, who also served as its first host and executive producer, and aired from 1971 to 2006, with reruns continuing until 2008.

The origins of Soul Train can be traced to 1965, when WCIU-TV, an upstart UHF station in Chicago, began airing two youth-oriented dance programs: Kiddie-a-Go-Go and Red Hot and Blues. These two programs—specifically the latter, which featured a predominantly African American group of in-studio dancers—would set the stage for what was to come to the station several years later.

Don Cornelius, a news reader and backup disc jockey at Chicago radio station WVON, was hired by WCIU in 1967 as a news and sports reporter. Cornelius also was emceeing a touring series of concerts featuring local talent (sometimes called "record hops") at Chicago-area high schools, calling his travelling caravan of shows "The Soul Train". WCIU-TV took notice of Cornelius's outside work, and in 1970 allowed him the opportunity to bring his road show to television.

After securing a sponsorship deal with the Chicago-based retailer Sears, Roebuck and Co., Soul Train premiered on WCIU-TV on August 17, 1970 as a live show airing weekday afternoons. The first episode of the program featured Jerry Butler, the Chi-Lites, and the Emotions as guests. Its immediate success attracted the attention of another locally-based firm—the Johnson Products Company (manufacturers of the Afro Sheen line of hair-care products) -- and they later agreed to co-sponsor the program's expansion into syndication. Soul Train began airing in selected cities across the United States, on a weekly basis, on October 2, 1971. When it moved into syndication, the program's home base was also shifted to Los Angeles, where it remained for the duration of its run. Syndication of the program was initially handled by Syndicast Services until 1985, when Tribune Entertainment took over those responsibilities.

Though Don Cornelius moved his operations west, Soul Train continued in Chicago. Cornelius hosted the local Chicago and Los Angeles-based national programs simultaneously, but soon focused his attention solely on the national edition. He continued to oversee production in Chicago, where WCIU-TV aired episodes until 1976, followed by three years of once-weekly reruns.

Cornelius ended his run as host in 1993, and guest hosts were used from that time until 1997, when comedian Mystro Clark began a two-year stint as host. Clark was replaced by actor Shemar Moore in 1999. In 2003, Moore was succeeded by actor Dorian Gregory, who hosted through 2006.

The show was known for its animated opening titles and sequences between musical performances featuring the popular cartoon train created by various cartoon studios. As a nod to Soul Train's longevity, the show's opening sequence (during later seasons) also contained a claim that it was the "longest-running, first-run, nationally-syndicated program in television history," with over 1,100 episodes produced from the show's debut through the 2005-06 season.

Production of first-run episodes was suspended at the conclusion of the 2005-06 season, the show's thirty-fifth. For two seasons starting in 2006-07, the program aired archived episodes (all from between 1974 and 1987) under the title, "The Best of Soul Train". The future of Soul Train was uncertain with the announced closing of Tribune Entertainment's syndication division on December 18, 2007, which left Don Cornelius Productions to seek a new distributor for the program. Cornelius soon secured a deal with Trifecta Entertainment & Media.

In May 2008, the rights to the Soul Train library were purchased by MadVision Entertainment, whose principal partners come from the entertainment and publishing fields. The price and terms of the deal were not disclosed. However, by the start of the 2008-09 television season, the Tribune-owned stations (including national carrier WGN America) that had been the linchpin of the show's syndication efforts dropped the program, and many others followed suit. The move coincided with Trifecta Entertainment and Media's transfer of its only other major syndication effort, American Idol Rewind, to network television, indicating it may have exited the syndication business as well. Soul Train's website acknowledged that the program had ceased distribution on September 22, 2008.

Despite this, in years on air, Soul Train will continue to hold the honor of the longest, continuously-running first-run syndicated program until at least 2016, if and when its nearest competitor, Entertainment Tonight, completes its 35th season. (If ET does not complete a 35th season, Wheel of Fortune would pass in 2017 if it continues to air.)

Monday, June 1, 2009

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Uncle Jam Wants You - Funkadelic


















Rating: 4/10
Sound Quality: 320 kb/s
Format: Mp3
Record Label: Charly
Year Released: 1979
Album Covers: Included
Pass: radiodada
Links: rapidshare

About Funkadelic
Funkadelic was an African American music band most prominent during the 1970s. It and its sister act Parliament, both led by George Clinton, began the funk music culture of that decade.
The group that would become Funkadelic was originally formed by George Clinton in 1964, as the unnamed musical backing for his doo wop group The Parliaments while on tour. The band originally consisted of musicians Frankie Boyce, Richard Boyce, and Langston Booth plus the five members of the Parliaments on vocals. Boyce, Boyce, and Booth enlisted in the Army in 1966, and Clinton recruited bassist Billy Bass Nelson and guitarist Eddie Hazel in 1967, then also added guitarist Tawl Ross and drummer Tiki Fulwood. The band name "Funkadelic" was coined by Nelson after the band relocated to Detroit. By 1968, because of a dispute with Revilot, the record company that owned the name "The Parliaments", the ensemble began playing under the name Funkadelic.

As Funkadelic, the group signed to Westbound in 1968. Around this time, the group's music evolved from soul and doo wop into a harder guitar-driven mix of psychedelic rock, soul and funk, much influenced by the popular musical (and political) movements of the time. Jimi Hendrix and Sly Stone were major inspirations. This style later evolved into a tighter guitar-based funk (circa 1971-75), which subsequently, during the height of Parliament-Funkadelic success (circa 1976-81), added elements of disco and electronic music.

The group's self-titled debut album, Funkadelic, was released in 1970. The credits listed organist Mickey Atkins plus Clinton, Fulwood, Hazel, Nelson, and Ross. The recording also included the rest of the Parliaments singers (still uncredited due to contractual concerns), several uncredited session musicians then employed by Motown, as well as Ray Monette (of Rare Earth) and future P-Funk mainstay Bernie Worrell.

Bernie Worrell was officially credited starting with Funkadelic's second album, 1970's Free Your Mind... and Your Ass Will Follow, thus beginning a long working relationship between Worrell and Clinton. The album Maggot Brain followed in 1971. The first three Funkadelic albums displayed strong psychedelic influences (not least in terms of production) and limited commercial potential, despite containing many songs that stayed in the band's setlist for several years and would influence many future funk, rock, and hip hop artists.

After the release of Maggot Brain, the Funkadelic lineup was expanded greatly. Tawl Ross was unavailable after experiencing either a bad LSD trip or a speed overdose, while Billy Bass Nelson and Eddie Hazel quit due to financial concerns. From this point, many more musicians and singers would be added during Funkadelic's (and Parliament's) history, including the recruitment of several members of the famous James Brown backing band The JB's in 1972 - most notably Bootsy Collins and the Horny Horns. Bootsy and his brother Catfish Collins were recruited by Clinton to replace the departed Nelson and Hazel. Bootsy in particular become a major contributor to the P-Funk sound. In 1972, this new line-up released the politically-charged double album America Eats Its Young. The lineup stabilized a bit with the album Cosmic Slop in 1973, featuring major contributions from recently added singer-guitarist Garry Shider. After first leaving the band, Eddie Hazel spent a year in jail for drug possession and assault, then returned to make major contributions to the 1974 album Standing on the Verge of Getting It On. Hazel only contributed to P-Funk sporadically thereafter.

George Clinton revived Parliament in 1974 and signed that act to Casablanca Records. Parliament and Funkadelic featured mostly the same stable of personnel but operated concurrently under two names. At first, Parliament was designated as a more mainstream funk ensemble dominated by soulful vocals and horn arrangements, while Funkadelic was designated as a more experimental and freestyle guitar-based funk band. The ensemble usually toured under the combined name Parliament-Funkadelic or simply P-Funk (which also became the catch-all term for George Clinton's rapidly growing stable of funk artists).

In 1975 Michael Hampton, a teen guitar prodigy, replaced Hazel as the premier lead guitarist in Parliament-Funkadelic, and was a major contributor to the next several Funkadelic albums. Funkadelic left Westbound in 1976 and moved to Warner Brothers. Their first album for Warner was Hardcore Jollies in 1976. Just before leaving Westbound, Clinton provided that label with a collection of recently recorded outtakes, which Westbound released as the album Tales of Kidd Funkadelic. That album did significantly better commercially than Hardcore Jollies and included "Undisco Kidd", an R&B Top 30 single. In 1977, Westbound capitalized further by releasing the anthology The Best of the Early Years.

As Parliament began achieving significant mainstream success in the 1975-1978 period, Funkadelic recorded and released its most successful and influential album, One Nation Under a Groove in 1978, adding former Ohio Players lead and keyboardist Walter "Junie" Morrison and reflecting a more melodic dance-based sound. The title track spent six weeks at #1 on the R&B charts, around the time that Parliament was enjoying the #1 R&B singles "Flash Light" and "Aqua Boogie." Uncle Jam Wants You in 1979 continued Funkadelic's new more electronic sound production. The album contains a fifteen-minute version of "(Not Just) Knee Deep", an edited version of which topped the R&B charts, featuring former Spinners lead singer Philippé Wynne. The final official Funkadelic album, The Electric Spanking of War Babies, was released in 1981. The release was originally a double-album project, but it was reduced to a single disc under pressure from Warner Brothers. Some of the deleted tracks would appear on future P-Funk releases, most notably the 1982 hit single "Atomic Dog" which appeared on the first George Clinton solo album.

Meanwhile, the album Connections & Disconnections (re-issued on CD as Who's a Funkadelic) was released under the name Funkadelic in 1981. The album was recorded by former Funkadelic members and original Parliaments Fuzzy Haskins, Calvin Simon, and Grady Thomas, who had left P-Funk in 1977 after disagreements with George Clinton's management practices. This LP, notable for its heavy use of Thomas "Pae-dog" McEvoy's jazz horn, contains the track called "You'll Like it too", which came a very popular breakbeat source for the Hip hop community in the 80's. Another rebellious former band member, drummer Jerome Brailey, released the album Mutiny on the Mamaship, by his new band Mutiny. Even Clinton himself found this to be a good album despite containing lyrics that mocked him and his management of the P-Funk enterprise.

In the early 1980s, with legal difficulties arising from the multiple names used by multiple groups, as well as a shakeup at Parliament's record label, George Clinton dissolved Parliament and Funkadelic as recording and touring entities. However, many of the musicians in later versions of the two groups remained employed by Clinton. Clinton continued to release new albums regularly, sometimes under his own name and sometimes under the name George Clinton & the P-Funk All-Stars. In the mid-1980s, the last Funkadelic album By Way Of The Drum was recorded by Clinton with P-Funk personnel and many electronic devices. The album was rejected by its record label and did not see official release in America until it appeared as a reissue in 2007. It features a cover of "Sunshine Of Your Love" by Cream. The album did not receive any publicity, but still received favorable reviews.

Clinton continued his P-Funk collective in the 1990s and 2000s, with a revolving stable of musicians, some of whom remain from the classic lineups of Funkadelic and Parliament. The rock-oriented sound of Funkadelic has diminished, as Clinton has moved towards more of an R&B and hip hop sound.

Filmmaker Yvonne Smith of New York City-based Brazen Hussy productions produced Parliament-Funkadelic: One Nation Under a Groove, a full-length documentary about the groundbreaking group, which aired on PBS in 2005. As of 2008, Clinton was at work on a new Funkadelic album for his new record label. In November 2008, Westbound Records released Toys, a collection of Funkadelic outtakes and demos from the Free Your Mind and America Eats Its Young era. Critical reception of the album has generally been positive.