måndag 21 maj 2012

>> Site URL changed to musikmode.com

New: musikmode.com
Old: blog.musikmode.com

fredag 18 maj 2012

>> R.I.P Donna Summer


Donna Summer died yesterday, 17th of May after fighting a long battle with cancer. The five-time Grammy winner rose to the top of the charts during the 70s and arguably did more than anyone to make disco cool.

Like the King of Pop or the Queen of Soul, Donna Summer had the title fitting of musical royalty too — the Queen of Disco.





Here is Donna with Giorgio Moroders innovative production of this disco-style song, "I Feel Love" recorded in 1977 with an entirely synthesized backing track, spawned imitators in the disco genre, and was influential in the development of techno.



tisdag 15 maj 2012

>> Shaft In Africa

I know, its only Tuesday....but why not a hot, groovy song for the summer season from The Mighty Show-Stoppers? Will most definitely play it at club Berlin Boutique, Barcelona coming Saturday.









Shaft In Africa....yes they get away with the title...



måndag 7 maj 2012

>> Mac Arena Beach Barcelona | 1st party



Sunday 6th of May,  first Mac Arena Beach party of the year. Clip below is taken early, around 18.00.

All summer, all free, everyday [almost]


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söndag 6 maj 2012

>> You dont like music...



...if you dont like Curtis Mayfield. He is best known for his music with The Impressions during the Civil Rights Movement of the 1960s and for composing the soundtrack to the blaxploitation film Super Fly. Most famous song is of course Move On Up from his debut Curtis [1970]

Here is the song Summer Hot, last track from the late album Honesty [1983]. Dear God what a brilliant bassline!




















torsdag 3 maj 2012

>> Prince is king



A one hour long BBC documentary about Prince, the early years. Watch it!














tisdag 1 maj 2012

>> He Was A Friend Of Mine




Simple is beautiful! "The Basement Tapes", a 1975 studio album by Bob Dylan and The Band. The songs featuring Dylan's vocals were recorded in 1967, eight years before the album's release, at houses in and around Woodstock, New York, where Dylan and the Band lived. Although most of the Dylan songs had appeared on bootleg records, The Basement Tapes marked their first official release.

It a traditional folk song and was first recorded by musicologist couple John A. and Ruby Terrill Lomax in 1939.