Here we go! Third instalment of the Canicule Tropicale Radioshow for your listening pleasure! This time we have a very special guest called Raynald Macher-Poitras, who’s mother lived in Rio de Janeiro in the 70′s. So we decided to dedicate the first half of the show to brazilian records. Of course the second half compensates with the usual dancefloor winners – from Latin America, the Caribbeans and of course Africa – you got used to expect from Canicule Tropicale! hehe
Anyway hope you like, and don’t hesitate to email us for the names of the tracks if needed. See ya!
Yes! This is the second attempt as the Canicule Tropicale Radioshow (or podcast if you prefer). Unfortunately my partner Clement Jehan aka La Mano Peluda couldn’ make it this time since he’s away for the week-end, but I hope you can still enjoy this one with only me as a host
Again please be indulgent with us as these are raw & homemade live recordings done in my own living room! I promise to adjust the mic volume better next time, but you know it’s all for the music anyway!
Please share with your friends if you like!
Finally!!! Yes, the very first ever episode of the Canicule Tropicale Radioshow with hosts Philippe Noël and Clement Jehan aka La Mano Peluda! Please be very indulgent as this is our first attempt, so you might notice a few mishaps on the way, but then you know it can only become better with time! Super last minute surprise for this episode, we had the great honor and pleasure of having also our very first guest(!) to the show… indeed, from Paris on vacation we have Julien Lebrun a super DJ and tropical music connoisseur, and the half of the amazing french label Hot Casa Records, the other half being crazy digger of the african continent, Djamel Hammadi aka Afrobrazilero, a household name on ebay…
Please have a listen and tell us what you think! Don’t forget this is a first try so give us a chance to practice and come back very soon with a brand new and improved episode within the next couple of weeks!
P.S.: French only radioshow (for now), sorry about that!! Hope you can still enjoy…
**special guest mix by Clement Jehan aka La Mano Peluda (Montreal/Paris)**
Journey to Cumbia sources and Colombian, Panamanian, Peruvian and Dominican traditional music of 60′ to 80′ years. Mix made entirely of vinyl.
A big thank to mi Hermano Phil Noel for the invitation, but above all for its initiation to its extraordinary sound.
La Mano Peluda.
here’s a little breezy selection of brazilian records from the 70′s to help fighting the cold november monday blues… better when sitting down with a nice cup of hot chocolate!
doris monteiro – eu hein, rosa!
antonio carlos e jocafi – terceiro ato
gal costa – vatapa
joao donato – emorio
celeste – serrado
dila – inez
anamaria e mauricio – no no no… estamos na nossa
trio mocoto – onde anda voce
sivuca – ain’t no sunshine
doris monteiro – maita
darcy da mangueira – quem é voce
elza soares – domingos, domingueira
joao donato – e menina
sivuca – quem quizer amar alguem
djavan – samba dobrado
roberto ribeiro – aurora de um sambista
johnny alf – eu e a brisa
Yes we are back! Now for the first of the ‘Volume 2′ series of the previously posted selections on the blog. We are very proud to present you the sequel to Super Uepa Cumbias Vol.1! Again coming out strong with a selection of DEVASTATING cumbias (and a few pachangas thrown in there!) straight from Canicule Tropicale creator Philippe Noël’s precious record collection. Sorry no tracklist this time. But maybe some of you can already identify some of these, who knows!
HOPE YOU ENJOY!
les loups noirs – cap haitien
ibo combo – ti gaçon
smoke – jodi jou
groupe e+ – rose la
les sulkys – trinidad calypso
les léopards – jojo pas dérangé moin
les loups noirs – hommage a pélé