The Epic 2017 Project #081: 170322
Fatboy Slim – Palookaville (2004)
Good to have some local flavour in this series. So here’s one from Fatboy Slim who technically lives in Shoreham. I say technically because his house is in ‘millionaires row’ on the beach at the eastern end of Shoreham Harbour – some 5-6 miles from Shoreham town itself. However, he’s still a local boy.
Palookaville was his fourth studio album released on 4 October 2004, approximately four years after the previous one. Football club Brighton and Hove Albion F.C. temporarily named their Withdean Stadium after it following their sponsorship deal with Skint Records. The album was nominated for the 2006 Grammy Award for Best Electronic/Dance Album.
The Epic 2017 Project #078: 170319
Faithless = Forever faithless (2005)
Not an album as such – but a greatest hits. Still counts though. Still good.
Here’s Mass Destruction…
Leaping Ahead Project 2016 #194: 160712
[A dance song]
I’ve long been partial to Mr Beyer’s grooves. This one was the first tunes we heard (felt) at the 2015 Wildlife festival at Shoreham Airport (Sussex, UK). Short version but still a goodun!
Leaping Ahead Project 2016 #175: 160623
[A song for Holly]
…this one’s dedicated to my youngest daughter – Holly…
Leaping Ahead Project 2016 #83: 160323
[A song for the 2010’s (3)]
American dancehall trio Major Lazer released ‘Come on to me’from their 2014 EP ‘Apocalypse Soon.’ It was produced by Major Lazer and Boaz van de Beatz, and features the vocals of Jamaican artist Sean Paul. The song samples the Trombone Line from “La Murga de Panama”, written by Willie Colón and with the original version sung by Hector Lavoe.