Deejay Dan Sette and his Lo-Fi Radio Show


March 18, 2010 03:15 AM PDT
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01 Deejay Dan Sette and his Lo-Fi Radio Show

Deejay Dan Sette selects and plays on his two 1961 ‘Tempo’ Auto Changing record players. Monitoring with his ear trumpet he deftly crossfades from one to the other by moving the Microphone!
Cueing up and ever changing selection of tuff tunes from the 50s, 60s, 70s, 80s and on, Dj Dan Sette sets the pace in an ever changing world, where people have forgotten the wonderful music of the past, either that or they have quite correctly, chosen to ignore it! Fuck your iPods and get digging Dj Dan Sette and his hits of yesteryear!

The stylus is replaced.

T-list:~

1. Blue Mink – Stay With Me / Regal Zonophone RZ 3064 / 1972
2. Stones that are Rolling – Good times Bad Times / Decca F 11934 / 1964
3. Herbie Mann – Hijack / Atlantic K 10580 / 1975
4. James Brown – Woman Pt 1 / Polydor 2066 370 / 1974
5. Adam Faith – What Do You Want / Parlophone E.P. GEP 8811 / Early 60s
6. Duke Ellington I Want To Hold Your Hand / Reprise / REP 30075 / 1966
7. Dave Edmunds – Girl’s Talk / Swan Song / SSk 19418 / 1979
8. Pat Boone – A Wonderful Time Up There / London HLD 8574 / 1950s
9. Black Blood – Rastifieria / Mainstream / MRL 574 / 70s?
10. Rafael Medina Con El Grupo Tucanes Del Zulia – Guajiro / Caribe / 3034-B / 70s?
11. Procul Harum – Homburg / Regal Zonophone RZ 30003 / 1967

* If you think you’ve heard the tapping of computer keys, or the shifting of an office chair while listening to this show, then you probably have.

Thanks for listening, tell your friends about it,…Take care, until next time.

Regards on behalf of Deejay Dan Sette,

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HFTVJ Part 6 – Deejay Dan Sette and his Lo-Fi Radio Show


March 03, 2010 04:19 AM PST
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HFTVJ Part 6 – Deejay Dan Sette and his Lo-Fi Radio Show
Deejay Dan Sette selects 45rpm records and plays them on his 1961 ‘Tempo’ Auto Changing record player, with it’s floating Garrard deck, knackered stylus,
while one Mono speaker blares out it’s warm valve tones and he announces the tunes inbetween (sometimes when he can be bothered) and records the show on a single condensor Microphone. Pure brilliance.
So many Radio shows just try too hard, Deejay Dan Sette is the antidote to this kind of snobby perfection driven modern digital attitude, he just doesn’t try at all!

This stylus is knackered

T-list:~

1. Animals – Bring It On Home To Me (Columbia DB 7539 / 1965)
2. Jan And Dean – Surf City (Liberty 55580 / 1963)
3. The Microbop Ensemble – Your Turn Now (CBS 4158 / 1969)
4. Sam Cooke – Cool Train (RCA Victor 1361 / 1963)
5. Sly and the Family Stone – Everyday People (Direction 3938 / 1968)
6. Migil 5 – Don’t Wanna Go On Shaking (PYE 15645 / 1964)
7. Small Faces – Fly in the Ointment, My Fault, Borstal Boys, Silicon Groan, oo-La-La (Taken from NME Flexidisc giveaway, April 1963)
8. Otis Redding – My Girl (Atlantic 4050 / 1965)
9. Aretha Franklin – Think (Atlantic 584186 / 1968)
10. Jonathan Richmond and the Modern Lovers – Roadrunner Thrice (Beserkly B227 / 1977)
11. Amen Corner – Run, Run, Run (Deram DM197 / 1968)

Thanks for listening, tell your friends about it,… intermittent shows, always with something different to listen to, spreading the turdie… sorry wordy… about what music I’ve fallen through in my short years of musical obsession.

Take care, until next time.

Regards on behalf of Deejay Dan Sette,

DJ Wallypants of HFTVJ
(well that’s what Zachary said)

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02 Cunla (The Frieze Britches) ~ Terry Lees


March 02, 2010 04:15 AM PST
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The tune is called Cunla or sometimes ‘The Frieze Britches’

Terry describes it thus –

I had always liked Celtic music but growing up in England in the early 60’s I seldom got to hear much, only when my Mother (originally from Ireland) used to sing to us.
This is the first Irish Jig I learned to play and have been modifying it for many years.

I chose a DADGAD tuning as the notes fell ‘correctly’ and allowed me to go over the top with the ornamentation – a feature I love about Irish music.

I’m nominating Mark Mewman at Marknewman.com for the next link in the Musical Traces chain.

Best Wishes

Terry Lees

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Terry is without a doubt (he’s won competitions that prove it!) one of England’s best and most highly regarded guitarists.

Terry has a website here – http://www.terrylees.com/ , you can find details of what Terry is up to, where and when he’s next appearing and even the models of guitars he plays here.

A note on ‘Cunla – The Frieze Britches’, again as with the previous tune there seems to be very little information available about the song’s origins, though it does seem to be known in a fairly widespread way, check out Google for more references and even tab in order to learn it.

Find out more about what Musical Traces is trying to do here > Musical Traces

You can visit the musical traces podomatic site here – http://musical-traces.podomatic.com/

*The way the project works is that now Terry suggests someone for me to contact with a view to getting their musical work on ‘tape’ and I post that up with background to them and the song, thus moving onwards to new artistes and songs. Collecting like an armchair Alan Lomax.

Terry has suggested contacting someone called Mark Newman, let’s hope he wants to be the next step in the Musical Traces line!

Jack Elliot ~ Pretty Boy Floyd – Topic TRC 98, 78rpm


(Ramblin’) Jack Elliot ~ Pretty Boy Floyd

1st ever UK release.

Jack Elliot here plays his first ever UK released tune. There was an earlier E.P. which was released in Italy of all places with Jack Elliot and Derrol Adams but this is his first ever relased in Britain, even before anything came out under his name in the States where he’s from.

You can listen to an MP3 at a lowly 96kbps of it here –

February 23, 2010 07:16 AM PST

Ramblin Jack Elliot
1st ever release in UK and second worldwide.
78rpm transferred to the digital age!

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This was transeferred to my p.c. via a stereo microphone and my new Dansette record player.

01 Kick Up Dee Debbel On A Holiday ~ Barry Murphy & Dan Stewart


Starting Point – Barry Murphy and Dan Stewart ~ ‘Kick Up Dee Debbel On A Holiday’

The first tune, the starting place in the Musical Traces line is ‘Kick Up Dee Debbel On a Holiday’. Here performed by my Dad – Barry Murphy and his friend Dan Stewart, who played the 12 string guitar and recorded/mixed this tune.

Unfortunately you will only hear it currently at 96kps as an MP3 in stereo, however the original recording is beautifully made and mixed by Dan, all respect to him for his musical and production talent.

Dad plays the Minstrel Banjo, one he made himself and Dan the 12 String guitar, another instrument Barry Murphy made.

Find out more about what Musical Traces is trying to do here > Musical Traces

Kick Up De Debble On A Holiday

The story is that no one knows who wrote/created this tune, what it’s about or where it originally came from. It was however originally published in 1855 and credited to Tom Briggs – Banjo Instructor, and has been played as a standard by many since, including Bob Flescher.

Here is the song for download – http://musical-traces.podomatic.com/enclosure/2010-02-09T07_41_48-08_00.mp3

You can visit the musical traces podomatic site here – http://musical-traces.podomatic.com/

The way the project works is that either Dan or Barry suggest someone for me to contact with a view to getting their musical work on ‘tape’ and I post that up with background to them and the song, thus moving onwards to new artistes and songs. Collecting like an armchair Alan Lomax.

They have suggested a guitar player called Terry Lees, and have passed his contact on to me, I have sent an e-mail to Terry and await his reply!