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Bluey, Volume 1


…and I’m back after a week of some mishaps, but I’m glad to be back, with a new backdrop. The music is still there, but there’s a few adjustments that need to be made. Check the details out here – and while you’re doing that, download and listen to the tribute to Jean-Paul “Bluey” Maunick.

Bluey, Volume 1. [Click to play or right click-save as to download.

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01 – More Of Myself – Light Of The World
02 – Beautiful Days (Dan’s Uplifting Beats Mix) – Fantastic PlasticĀ  Machine
03 – Visualise Yourself (And Your Mind) – Light Of The World
04 – Parisienne Girl – Incognito
05 – Make You Smile – Brenda Russell
06 – Roots (Back To A Way Of Life) – Incognito
07 – Nights Over Egypt – Incognito
08 – Aspects – Light Of The World
09 – Where The Wind Blows – Citrus Sun
10 – London Town – Light Of The World
11 – Shadows And The Light – Maysa
12 – Tell Me Something – Inner Shade
13 – Can’t Get You Out Of My Head – Incognito
14 – River In My Dreams – Incognito
15 – I Love What You Do For Me – Incognito
16 – Are You With Me – Inner Shade
17 – Still A Friend Of Mine – Incognito

Balancing between real life and putting together is of course a very challenging act but worth the effort. Jean-Paul “Bluey” Maunick is a man of many faces. He is primarily known for creating and nurturing the band Incognito, but has also been an instrumental voice with the bands Citrus Sun and Light Of The World. He has also worked with many acts, and because of this, cannot be contained to just one podcast. This mix contains, in addition to the bands listed above, Brenda Russell, One Nation, Maysa, Jocelyn Brown in Nights Over Egypt, Pamela Anderson in Roots (Back To A Way Of Life) and others which I haven’t mentioned here due to lack of time. Enjoy, and please remember, that there will be more volumes coming – believe me.

Check out more information about Bluey here. Shououts go to JD and Emeka Okoye.
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10 Responses “Bluey, Volume 1”

  1. 11 August 2010 at 10:35

    With the new Incognito album out there, this is perfect timing. This one for Bluey is right on time. And might I say, ejflavors.com wears WordPress very well. Excellent look for your website, brother…

  2. Jazzsakura
    11 August 2010 at 11:09

    Thanks for this great podcast! Looking forward to the others in the series!

  3. Thierno
    11 August 2010 at 11:38

    Great new look EJ. I like it a lot. Plus, the music isn’t too-too bad, either – LOL. Keep up the good work and stop scaring me into thinking you’re shutting down operations… ha

    • 11 August 2010 at 21:14

      No, not planning on getting rid of the site anytime soon….

  4. ms.alex
    12 August 2010 at 14:05

    ~ EJ; Your site is sophiscated looking and quick! Some site really slow. Love it.

  5. 16 August 2010 at 07:19

    Man, you know how much of a HUGE Bluey and Incognito fan I am. If you ever do a part two, let me know. I’ve got some special stuff you can showcase! Kudos on the podcast. The site looks EXCELLENT!

    ::: oceans of rhythm :::

    F!

  6. 23 August 2010 at 04:25

    hi ej. nice to see you back up and running.we have all missed you.could you please still do a mix with gary bryd and the gb experince in.with the track the crown.

    stay cool. tony b from the uk

  7. Emeka Okoye
    23 August 2010 at 11:23

    The site is cool and jazzy. Reflects the mood of the music from this domain. Keep it up EJ. From your biggest fan

  8. Emeka Okoye
    23 August 2010 at 11:40

    This site is my biggest resource for acid jazz music. i loved this genre from the first day i listened to Brand New Heavies’ Never Stop in 1991 and Bluey has consolidated my love with all his contributions with Incognito. Nice one, EJ and good timing :)

  9. 123funk4me
    22 October 2010 at 04:12

    Hey EJ. I’m lovin’ these 2 Bluey tributes, he is truely an inspirational figure and the chosen tracks represent his extensive talent. I have been fortunate enough to catch Incognito live 5 times in London over the last few years, including their 30th Anniversary concert at the 02 London. The whole concert is available on DVD and I would highly recommend it.
    Great new site by the way EJ, keep up the good work, it is much appreciated and enjoyed!

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