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Tubo di Sporcizia Frullato 1000

The fifth edition of Sleazy Listening has not one single Italian song on it.

1.Brigitte Bardot - St Tropez (1968)

2. The Streets - Let’s Push Things Forward (2002)

3. Musical Youth - Pass The Dutchie (1982)

4. Bob Marley & The Wailers - Simmer Down (1965)

5. Edwin Starr - 25 Miles (1969)

6. Alozade featuring Mr. Vegas and Hollow Point - Under Mi Sensi (2003)

"Fight For Your Life" (1977)

7. Curtis Mayfield - Superfly (Single Mix) (1972)

8. Beastie Boys - Egg Man (1989)

9. Del Tha Funkee Homosapien - Skull & Crossbones (2000)

10. Vince Guaraldi Trio - Linus and Lucy (1964)

11. Dizzee Rascal - I Luv You (2004)

12. Sifl & Olly - Calls from the Public (2001)

13. Paul McCartney - Temporary Secretary (1980)

14. Foetus - Steal Your Life Away (1995)

15. The Disposable Heroes of Hiphoprisy - California Uber Alles (1995)

16. Pop Will Eat Itself - Wise Up! Sucker (1989)

17. National Lampoon - Test: Balance (1974)

18. David Bowie - Aladdin Sane (1913-1938-197?) (1973)

19. Brian Eno - I’ll Come Running (1975)

20. The Residents - Moisture (1980)

21. Los Shakers - Que Amor (What A Love) (1965)

22. Frank Zappa & The Mothers Of Invention - Who Needs The Peace Corps? (1968)

23. West Coast Pop Art Experimental Band - Smell of Incense (1967)

24. Dave Grusin - Ascension To Virginity (1968)

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David Bowie is here to grant three wishes.

(Source: the-ultimate-sin)

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WE ARE ALL BOWIE

Davy Jones and the Lower Third with “You’ve Got A Habit of Leaving” (1965)

The last single recorded before changing his name to Bowie. A bit of Who-style mod. Not quite Freakbeat but a charming little single nonetheless.

Happy birthday Mr. Jones!

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From my very first shoot with Shaun Tia!! I have this strange obsession with David Bowie cuz we are all Bowie. Always dig a Bowie shirt!

From my very first shoot with Shaun Tia!! I have this strange obsession with David Bowie cuz we are all Bowie. Always dig a Bowie shirt!

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Today’s audio is a fucking killer slice of French pop music from Jacques Durronc. “Le Responsable” comes from his 1969 self-titled album (a lot of his albums are self-titled, he was incredibly humble) and it’s my fave cut on the album. Dutronc mixed French pop with a more British garage sound and it’s easy to see why he was often compared to Ray Davies of the Kinks. His music was actually very satirical and made fun of youth culture. Though not as cool or sleazy as Serge Gainsbourg I highly recommend checking out Jacques Dutronc. He later became a big film star in France.

Weird trivia:

Dutronc’s “La fille du père Noël” and David Bowie’s “Jean Genie” share a riff likely derived from the Yardbirds’ accelerated version of Bo Diddley’s “I’m a Man.” The Belgian singer Arno recorded a medley of the Dutronc and Bowie songs (“Jean Baltazaarr”) with the American singer Beverly Jo Scott that makes clear their similarities.

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Polaroid #7: Tate Hemlock shot by Roxy Caballero. Tightness.

Polaroid #7: Tate Hemlock shot by Roxy Caballero. Tightness.

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