Friday, October 26, 2012


Stinky Jim has posted one of his mighty stonkarific mixes over on This one has not one but TWO versions of Agua de beber, some Quincy Jones, some Peddlers, some Ramsey Lewis Trio and even  Take It Easy My Brother Charles, awesome tune.

Jim says "this is very much on the loungey/soundtracky/library tip with a lot of op-shop scores, alongside some compilation and re-issue niceness from when I was treating Dusty Grooves etc orders like a jonesing jaunt to ‘the corner’. Love the fact that Mark Pritchard’s Harmonic 33 gear, which is the only modern/non-authentic tackle throughout, slips in so seamlessly with the vintage vibes." Some saucy vocal snippets too....

Track listing below, listen on Mixcloud, and there's a download for a limited time over at Jim's site (172mb)


01 Optigan -Harmonic 33
02 Jade East – Ramsey Lewis
03 Hair – Galt McDermot
04 Hawaiian Eye – Buddy Morrow & Double Impact Orch.
05 Big Shot – Keith Mansfield
06 Chief’s Drive To Mayor – Quincy Jones
07 The Departure Lounge – Harmonic 33
08 Safari Park – Roger Roger
09 Soul Coaxing – Norrie Paramour & His Orch.
10 Viva Tirado – Percy Faith
11 Cookin’ With Ali – Louie Ramirez
12 Yo Perdi El Corazon – Lita Branda
13 Agua De Beber – Astrid Gilberto
14 Agua De Beber – The Walter Wanderley Trio
15 Mu-Cha-Cha – Living Marimbas
16 Take It Easy My Brother Charles – Som Tres
17 Vodka Per Due – Franco Micalizzi
18 El Pa Raiso – Walter Kubizcick
19 Hangin’ Paper – Quincy Jones
20 Song for Delilah – Arthur Lyman
21 Delilah – Ramsey Lewis Trio
22 Impressions – Peddlers & London Philharmonic Orch.
23 Psychedelic Portrait – Jack Arel
24 Misty Canyon – Sven Libaek
25 Accadde A Bali – Accadde A
26 The In Crowd – Dick Hyman & Harpsichord

1 comment:

Jim said...

Thanks for the support as ever Peter, you are too kind. Alongside the very freshest - Stinkmix 25, and also my personal favourite Stinkmix 14 - Tribute To The Great Harry Mudie (which are already posted), there are more mixes randomly going up every week or two. I have 30 something Stinkmixes and Stinkbombs ranging across a bunch of different styles and flavours to go up, before I start to resort to cassettes (and they number in the 100s!!). Hope that folks may discover a tune or two and actually support and buy it, which would make it all worthwhile.
Next I will be whanging Stinkmix Juan up tonight, the very first - which was made for the year when I played from the start to the very end of the BDO in Stinky Jim's Chill Out Chamber (a grotty over-lit room under stands as it turned out), and I started the Stinkmix series to allow myself a break or two or three.