Classic Maxi Preist has got to songs that bring me back to my parents and grandparents parties. Without a doubt Maxi Preist has stood the test of time because he still makes great music but it’s the really old school stuff that brings that smile to my face…
The album Only By the Night by the Kings of Leon is one of those albums that when I first heard it it didn’t really do much for me and I couldn’t see myself playing it again. Then at work I gave it a couple more bashes and it grew on me quite a lot. Now I probably play it at least once a month (which is a lot for me!!)
I am not going to make it easy and have Sex is on Fire on the list even though it is a big tune, so you’ll have to listen to these and make a decision…
Back in the day East 17 were the “Street” version of a boy band. Nice girls liked Take That but for the rude girls it was all about East 17. Their music was never going to be a timeless classic but it still puts a smile on my face and takes me back to a time where I was a lot more carefree..
I know it has been an age since I have made a post that wasn’t a flashback Friday but I have been really busy.
However the Olympics are just round the corner and I have done a bit of work to find the events that I deem important, exciting or a decent chance that Team GB will get a medal in, it’s not exhaustive (as everyone knows we are going to get a bucket load of medals in events involving water) but no matter how hard I try I cannot watch everything.
I have done it in time order so that I know what to look for each day:
This week I have been feeling Zed Bias, he has been around since way back when garage first blew up. It’s the filthy bass I love, his mixes just flick that switch it my brain that makes my bottom shake…
I could bring you some old stuff but I have decided to bring you some of his fresh beats.
D’Banj – Oliver Twist (Zed Bias Remix)
Misha B – Home Run (Zed Bias Remix)
Toddla T – Streets So Warm (Zed Bias Old Skool Remix)