Rook Records welcomes Alex Black for the latest episode, bringing you a killer array of roots reggae and dub drenched jams just in time for summer. Let's pray to be back at carnival as soon as possible!
Episode 34 will take you on a journey through the boogie and disco sounds of the 70s and 80s, all the while trying to keep it strictly underground! This one's been a long time coming and there's a 2nd volume in the making so stay tuned...
Ronnie Laws - Tell Me Something Good DMX - What´s My Name (Instrumental) Ultra Magnetic MC´s - Funky Mandrill - Ape Is High Rabii Harnoune & V.B.Kühl - Baniya Floating Points - Truly Alessandro Oliviero - East Side Flow T.M.Juke And The Jack Baker Trio - Rolling Stone To Landslide feat. Kathrin deBoer Stargard - Theme From "Which Way Is Up" Sweet Tee - I Got Da Feelin´ (Instrumental) Zebra Crossing - Flim-Flam ZAPP - A Touch Of Jazz (Playin´ Kinda Ruff Part II) Brick - Dusic
For the latest outing, Rook Records proudly welcomes the co-founder of the esteemed Wah Wah 45s label, Dom Servini, along with his son Isaac. This episode is all about the kids; Songs for the Children to Dance to. A selection of songs made for, by and about children.
Don McCaskill - A Song The Children Dance To
Oscar Brown Jr. - Dat Dere
The Real Thing - Children of the Ghetto
Horace Silver - Accepting Responsibility
Bruce Forsyth - The Candy Man
The Muppets - Mah Na Mah Na
King Columbia Experience - I Wanna Be Like You
Lotte Laerså & Graesrødderne - Syng og Leg (Sing and Play)
Les Écoliers Reveurs - La Grenouille Qui Veut Se Faire Aussi Grosse Que Le Boeuf
Isaac Birituro & The Rail Abandon - Yesu Yan Yan
You can check out the latest jazz vinyl on our site here.