Disco Trek – The Universal Robot Band

When vinyl was the music, this track was a secret weapon of mine. Sister Dimension’s copy was handed down to me and I’ll tell you what – This track at the end of the night when the lights come up will get you a return booking. It’s the ultimate send off into the night for the drunks and still tripping party people. Actually this has to be the last track because nothing can ever be played after it.

This was me every night in my bedroom as a kid. Full flashlight fantasy festivals.

It’s Daffodil Time Again With Your DJ Billy Beyond

You may download a folder of these tracks directly from me HERE.

DAFFODIL TIME – With Your DJ Billy Beyond

Enjoy an hour of music from the late’20s/early ’30s most of which was recorded in the ’70s. There are quite a few original 78’s in there but when Nelson Riddle recreated the ’20s for The Great Gatsby in 1974 it sounded amazing – not necessarily authentic but clearer and with more dynamics and in stereo! Hellereo! Happy Spring to the right coasters and most of you fly overs. I love this musical vibe in the Springtime. You might too. You may also hate it. Listen and find out.

 

Joanne Daniels – After The Rainbow 12″ – 1985 Genre Defining Hi-NRG

Pure, vintage eighty-five Hi NRG right here, kids.

Bodymap adopted this track for their show in 1985 and it became our “must dance” track for the season. That year they brought their show to the Palladium in NYC. This track reminds me of those shows, foreign dancefloors, coming home exhausted at dawn and being ready for another night out by sundown.

Hi-NRG. It’ll wear you out.

Streaming Now – Hits of Then

The Early 1900’s Music Preservation Group is streaming their own 24 hour radio- It’s great if you like 78’s, are 78 or don’t want to keep waiting for the release of the new MAC iVictrola. iLove yesteryear. Always have. Did then, do now. They call it” Radio Dismuke.” I call it Radio John Dowd. – It’s a great soundtrack for a summer studio.

More moldy musical masterpieces are coming in a moment! My recently refreshed collection of music from the late ’20s / early ’30s is just about finished. “Daffodil Time” is twenty years old this Spring and sounds just as old as it ever did. Listening to too much of this type of music may induce a state of temporary “nutz.” Be warned and know your limits. – – – – Have you ever tried typing in time to the music pretending that your finger tips are tap shoes or am I the only one that does that? Try it. It’s pretty easy. I’m doing it now. Turn Typing into Tapping! Oooh! CAPS LOCK ball change….

Can someone please call the psych ward for me? I might need another bit of “rest.”

https://early1900s.org/radiodismuke/


The Soundtrack To Your Spring Cleaning

This mix cleans under carpets – ALL the carpets – This mix doesn’t mind your Meile’s whir overtop and keeps you cleaning through every room. Make Alexa play it upstairs. Dance breaks are inevitable when switching cleaning heads – Keep it clean, people.

Jazzy Squirrels with Beauty And The Bees

They call themselves The Nutty Squirrels but they are actually very jazzy.

Just a little rodent jam to start the week – but then let’s here from the insects’ side…

Uh Oh! Part 1 – The Nutty Squirrels

Beauty and the Bees – from It’s Tough To Be A Bug!