My dad would be trying to put on his Credence Clearwater album while my uncle was trying to put on his Bowie albums, and all hell would break loose specially when my mum used to slip in and stick her Abba records on!!
I'm very open minded when it comes to music and I don't strictly listen to any one genre,I listen to anything and everything but I always end up back listening to probably my most favourite and that is psychedelic rock from the 60's/70's.
I really got into the music scene in the late 80's with the acid house explosion and the early hardcore and jungle scene but I always ended up right back where I started it was like I was trapped in the late 60's early 7's. I'm drawn to that era of music more than I was with the hardcore and jungle scene, and even today I'm still digging and looking for that one offbeat psychedelic record that blows my mind that's not been heard for many of year.
So I have complied some records that some of you may know and some of you definitely won't. This will blow your mind, if you sit back and take the time just to listen for a little over an hour, you will get the vibe I feel every time I listen to this music.
This is dedicated to my Dad because if it wasn't for him none of this would be possible...
RIP Big man xxx"
1) Blood Sweat & Tears - Blues Part 2
2) Crosby Stills Nash & Young - Southern Man (Live Version)
3) The Peanut Butter Conspiracy - Ecstasy
4) Ultimate Spinach - Ego Trip
5) Steppenwolf - The Pusher
6) Big Brother & The Holding Company - Ball & Chain
7) Stray - Do You Miss Me
8) Fleetwood Mac - Green Manalishi
9) Kahvas Jute - She's So Hard To Shake
10) Creedence Clearwater Revival - Sinister Purpose
11) U.F.O - Boogie
12) Canned Heat - Shake n Boogie
13) Bad Company - Bad Company
14) Country Joe & The Fish - Death Sound
15) Jimi Hendrix - Izabella Live at Filmore East
16) Elvis Presley – Hound Dog
This week we invite Dan Jay to the Dusk Dubs family.
Dan is a veteran of ‘Pirate Radio’ appearing on such legendary stations as Conflict, Flava, Pressure and Rinse. He now plays on legal oldschool/jungle station ‘Kool London’..... still collecting, still selling and still breathing vinyl ...
"This is just a very small percentage of music I was bought up on in the 70s, I can remember my dad and uncle battling it out on the record player in our flat throughout the mid 70's as to who was going to play the next record.