The latest episode! All 45s on this one. Tracklisting: Richard Roundtree, Jimmy McGriff, Cannonball Adderley Quintet, The Three Sounds, Sharon Jones and the Dap-Kings, William DeVaughn, Richard “Groove” Holmes, Eddie Harris, Ray Bryant, The Loading Zone, The Fantastic Johnny C, The Mirettes, T-Bone Walker
We’re back for week two! Many thanks to everyone who checked the first episode, and to Pipomixes and Grandgood for promoing this podcast last week.
Tracklisting: Osmosis, Eddie Palmieri, the John Young Trio, Curtis Mayfield, the Supremes, Isaac Hayes, Bill Withers, Pete Seeger, Ramsey Lewis, the Temprees
New weekly podcast from DJ Ian Head. Just playin some eclectic records for you all every Sunday. Since this is the first episode, I’m gonna keep it simple and cross my fingers that I can do this every week for at least the near future.
Tracklisting: The Jazz Piano Quartet, Patti Brown, Nina Simone, The Soulful Strings, Young-Holt Trio, Tyrone Davis, Chocolate Milk, Mike Longo, Harry Belafonte, Nirvana, The Lloyd Miller Trio
I’ve been moving a lot of records recently, both old and new, and wanted to send a short update around.
First, I want to give thanks to everyone who has supported my record! I’m down to only a few dozen left. You can still grab a copy at my Bandcamp or Juno Records. It’s been a pretty successful past two months and it’s an honor to have so many people support my first vinyl-related endeavor. Thank you!
There are some new projects on the horizon for the fall. I’m plotting a new regular podcast, and fingers-crossed it will come together. Keep checking my Soundcloud and Instagram pages for updates these next few weeks.
For now, here’s a mix of love-ish songs I made for the wedding of my friends Amanda and David (congrats guys!) earlier this year that I thought I’d share with everyone else.
DOWNLOAD: Love Songs for a Friend’s Wedding
Hope everyone is good.
New episode and interview with producer/rapper Dawhud of Olympia, Washington, whose joint “Battle Anybody (featuring Ace-One)” made DJ Premier’s “Top 20 for 2013.” We caught up over Skype about his family-related record excursions, how he first found out about Bob James, and play an eclectic set of selections in-between. For more of Dawhud’s music, check him out at http://basementaddicts.com.
We’re almost there – discussions ensue around tired pop culture topics, bearded hipsters and record store lists that suck. Check us out.
Hey folks, apologies for the lack of posts. This website may be going through a bit of a transition this fall. In the meantime, if you want to follow my latest musical, photographic and artistic endeavors, please check my Instragram (http://instagram.com/djianhead), Facebook (http://facebook.com/djianhead) and Soundcloud (http://soundcloud.com/djianhead).