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  Österreich |  6.1.2007 | 18:11 
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Programm: Sonntag, 7. Jänner
Morning Show (06-10)
  with Duncan Larkin
Sunny Side Up (10-13)
  with John Megill

Holiday Special - The Very Best Of Little Soul

Nino Ferrer / Madame Robert (1966)
1934-1998. Nino Ferrer was born in Italy on August 15, 1934. He spent the first five years of his life living in New Orleans in the US before returning to Italy. At the age of 13 he settled in France. Ferrer's contribution to French pop is undeniable. In the formative part of his career he was engrossed with African American music: jazz, blues and gospel. He was accomplished on a variety of instruments ranging from the clarinet to guitar. While Ferrer's comic approach and his imitation of African American vocal styles led to a number of hits, it failed him to be regarded seriously. This kind of music was to be taken-up and taken-over a few years later by Antoine and Jacques Dutronc who put the timely Psyche/Rock vibe on the whole thing. A few other hits followed, most notably "Le sud" and in the late 1970's Ferrer stopped pursuing music and took up writing. On August 14, the day before his 64 birthday, Ferrer was found dead of suicide. Apparently he was unreconcilable in the recent death of his mother several weeks earlier.
  War / Sing A Happy Song (1978)
War evolved from a Los Angeles band called The Creators. They were a r&b cover band created in 1962. In 1969 the band was heard rehearsing by Jerry Goldstein, a producer and songwriter. He introduced them to Eric Burdon (formerly of The Animals), and would go on to produce with War. Eric Burdon brought Lee Oskar (harmonica, percussion & vocals) to the band and toured with War. After a tour War split with Burdon and signed a record deal with UA. In 1971, they released "All Day Music" and followed with albums "The World Is A Ghetto", "Deliver The Word", "War Live", and "Why Cant We Be Friends?" which made them a mainstay in the '70"s. War had a unique sound, a combination of funk, r&b, gospel and latin jazz (not to mention the harmonica of Lee Oskar and saxophone of Charles Miller) that had wide appeal that crossed racial lines. Their music addressed the issues in many urban communities and also had positive messages which were inspirational to many. In 1978 War recorded the soundtrack to a relatively unknown, less successful blaxploitation movie called "Youngblood". " Sing A Happy Song" is taken fromt that album.

The Afro Latin Soultet / Batucada (1968)
Incredible Soul Jazz vibe things with lost of deep percussion, funky flute, and belly booming bass. The legendary "Wild!" album of the Afro-Latin Soultet, released on Tower records in 1968, had a tight west-coast afro-brasil -latin-jazz sound and is nowadays very hard to find. The goddamn cool kinda beat sounding latin tune "Batucady" is the album highlight.
  Mary Roos / Blauer Montag (1970)
Another participant of the Eurovision Song Contest is Mary Roos. She represented Germany twice, in 1972 and 1984. Though her talents were often wasted on mediocre schlager, Mary Roos recorded a few stand-out albums in the early 70s. Her treatment of Jorge Ben's "Mas Que Nada" oozes with style and verve, backed by a true killer band. The German lyrics were written by the track's producer Michael Holm.

Syl Johnson / Miss Fine Brown Frame (1982)
b. Sylvester Thompson, 1st July 1936, Holly Springs, Mississippi, USA. Johnson was the youngest of three children and his family moved to Chicago during the late 40's. Having learned guitar and harmonica, Johnson began frequenting the city's southside blues clubs, playing alongside Howlin' Wolf, Muddy Waters and Junior Wells. Johnson's musical activities, however, were not solely confined to performing. He also produced several local acts including Tyrone Davis and Otis Clay. By the mid-80's, he had semi retired from the music business and opened a string of fast-food fish restaurants.
Doppelzimmer (13-15)
  mit Stermann und Grissemann
Gästezimmer (15-17)
  mit Kristian Davidek

Am 20. Jänner findet das FM4 Geburtstagsfest in der Arena in Wien statt. Diesmal unter anderem mit einer Band, die in den letzten Jahren einen unvergleichlichen Erfolg in ihrer deutschen Heimat feiern konnte. Virginia jetzt! aus Magdeburg haben mit ihren letzten zwei Alben wie kaum eine andere deutsche Gruppe eine Musik etabliert, die mit luftigen Pianopassagen, mehrstimmmigen Gesängen und bejahenden Texten mehr Platten verkauft und mehr Publikum beglückt als fast jede andere deutsche Newcomer Band. Eine Woche nach unserem Geburtstagsfest kommt das neue Virginia Jetzt!-Album "Land Unter" auf den Markt, das sie gleich beim FM4=12 Fest dort druckfrisch präsentieren werden. Vorher haben sie sich im FM4 Studio eingefunden, um einige Lieblingssongs im Gästezimmer zu spielen

 Virginia Jetzt! im FM4 Gästezimmer 
artist title
1 The Good, The Bad & The Queen Herculanean
2 Bloc Party The Prayer
3 Randy Newman Short People
4 Lilly Allen Nan, you're a Windowshopper
5 Naked Lunch Military of the Heart
6 Eins Zwo Hand aufs Herz
7 Style Council Shout to the Top
8 Virginia Jetzt! Weit Weg
World Wide Show (17-19)
  with Gilles Peterson
Zimmmerservice (19-21
  mit Martin Blumenau

Im Sumpf (21-23)
  mit Fritz Ostermayer und Thomas Edlinger

Elixiere der Erregung: Tofu - das Ecstasy des Japaners
Das Musiktheater-Duo Sergej Mohntau verschreibt sich im aktuellen Album Disco Oxid der Kunstform des Palindroms, also des vorwärts wie rückwärts singleich lautenden Signifikantenabfolge. Nur handelt es sich hier auch um akustische Palindrome, also um Musikstücke, die von vorn und von hinten gehört werden können.

"Giftmüll macht schlank"
PR-Agenturen verkaufen Kriege genauso wie Softdrinks. Das Buch "Giftmüll macht schlank" der beiden us-amerikanischen Journalisten John Stauber und Sheldon Rampton widmet sich der Geschichte und den dunklen Machenschaften der professionalisierten Öffentlichkeitsarbeit.

Graue Lagune (23-00)
  mit Fritz Ostermayer

The Gothic Archies - "The Tragic Treasury"
Liquid Radio (00-01)
  In Skandinavien kennt wohl fast jeder Clubgänger und Connaisseur elektronischer Tanzmusik den Namen Anders Trentemøller. Und spätestens seit 2005 auch der Rest der Welt - denn das vergangene Jahr stand ganz im Zeichen dieses außergewöhnlichen Producers, dessen Album "The Last Resort" hier und da schon gewürdigt wurde. Diesmal gibt's einen exklusiven Radiomix.
artist title
1 TRENTEMOELLERSmall Piano Piece
2 KHAN Fantomes
3 TRENTEMOELLER The Very Last Resort
5 LHASA DE SELA De Carla A Pered
10 THE SPECIALS Ghost Town
11 CHRIS ISAAK Wicked Game (Trentemoeller Mix)
13 TRENTEMOELLER FT. ANE TROLLE Moan (Trentemoeller Rmx)
Soundpark (01-06)
  mit Manuva

FM4 Soundpark - Your Place For Homegrown Music
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