Blueeyed Wood Eye

The second half of the proGram featured a live on air conversation with Marc-Andre Manseau, who together with Helgi Piccinin are in process of completing a documentary on the legendary, Mr. Bernard PRETTY Purdie. We discussed the R& D process behind the film, the kind of man Mr. Purdie is, not just as a musician and how people can help pull this project together. It was a great introduction to the project and we wish them well.

There was also a good amount of music in this half of the show, which will get us to the music of King Curtis, featuring Mr. Purdie on drums. The live track really accentuates the sound we all have come to diGG in the world of da funk music. Here’s what it was:

This is Not a House Track- Mister T.
Starlet Road Filling Station Romance- the Polyversal Souls
The Natural- Felix da Housecat Ft. Lee SCRATCH Perry
Iron Paw- Dubbest
Dabbington- Slightly Stoopid
I’d Rather Go Blind- the Frightnrs

Golden Crown- Nation Beat Ft. Cha Wa
Busted N Dusted- Mojo Rising
Baby Baby Baby- Sonnny Knight & the Lakers (live)
The Defender of Anti Schwag- The Nylon Brothers & MK

Return of the Haggis- The Haggis Horns
Memphis Soul Stew- King Curtis (live at Fillmore West)
***Live on air conversation with “A Purdie Good Life” director, Marc Andre Manseau***
Funky Donkey- Bernard PRETTY Purdie
Steadfast- Shubha Mudgal/Ursula Rucker/Business Class Refugees
Marcha Del Chullachaqui- (Deltatron Remix)- Tribilin Sound
Disco Dodo- Count Counsellor & the Childhood Heroes
Universe- Illa J
Saxsyndrum- Maceonectar


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