Gilles Peterson Worldwide 2010-07-07 with Aloe Blacc

“This week Gilles has words and music from Californian soul man, Aloe Blacc.
Aloe chats about how he got signed to Stones Throw, his favourite singers and about his wicked new album, Good Things.
There is also amazing tunes from the likes of Kyle Hall, DOP, Hypnotic Brass Ensemble, NYCC amd Quantic.”
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Gilles Peterson Worldwide 2010-07-07 with Aloe Blacc [Uploading.com download]

Tracklist:
1. Mala – Strangers From Paradise
2. Joy Orbison – The Shrew Would Have Cushioned The Blow
3. Sbtrkt – Colonize
4. Dorian Concept – My Face Needs Food
5. Se’bastien Tellier – L’Amour Et La Violence (Floating Points Remix)
6. D.O.P. – Cold World
7. Kyle Hall – You Know What I Feel
8. Theophilus London – Enjoy The Sun
9. Flying Lotus – Do The Astal Plane
10. Gonjasufi – Ancestors
11. Wee – im all changed

12. Words and Music from Aloe Blacc
1. Aloe Blacc – Take Me Back
2. Aloe Blacc – Good Things
3. Aloe Blacc – Politician
4. Emanon – Ahh Ouai
5. Aloe Blacc – Want Me
6. Oh No – Second Chance
7. Aloe Blacc – Gente Ordinairia
8. Aloe Blacc – I Need A Dollar
9. Aloe Blacc – If I
10. Aloe Blacc – Momma Hold my hand

13. Gil Scott-Heron – New York Is Killing Me
14. Joe – Claptrap

15. Mini Festival Mix
1. Freelife – There’s Something Better
2. N.Y.C.C. – I’ll Keep My Light By My Window
3. Biddu and The Orchestra – boogiethon
4. Lee Oskar – song for my son
5. Otto de Royas – Choca Las Caderas
6. Alfredo Linares – El Pito
7. Natural-Self – mpese mpese (Sophrito Re-edit)

16. Poly-Rhythm Orchestra de Cotonou – Mi Hlin Migan
17. Hypnotic Brass Ensemble – Alyo
18. Flowering Inferno – No Soy Del Valle
19. Roberto Fonseca Ft Danay – Ser O No Ser

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4 thoughts on “Gilles Peterson Worldwide 2010-07-07 with Aloe Blacc”

  1. Well worth for the Mini Festival Mix – a bit of disco, soul and tropical latino edits. GP actually finished this show with a rather obscure Danish female single — something like Eloe Elan, I don’t know why this bit is not mentioned on the BBC page or any GP forum.

  2. Mystery solved! I was right. She is actually called Eloe Elan and the track is “4 Years”. That was the last song on this week show.

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