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Craig Charles is joined by Diesler, a club DJ, record producer, remixer and manager of Here and Now Records.

Craig's guest is The Diesler who's a Club DJ, record producer, re-mixer and label manager at Here And Now Records. He's stopping by to show off his new album 'A Little Something Radio : Music From The Modern Soul Underground'. We'll be stopping off in a new country that has a strong Funk & Soul scene for Around The World In 80 Tunes. Craig will be celebrating 1968 in The Funk & Soul Years. The artists that we'll feature are James Brown, The Temptations and Otis Redding.

3 hours


Music Played

  • Hackney Colliery Band

    No Diggity

    • Wah Wah 45s.
  • Maceo Parker


    • Esc Records.
  • Darrell Banks

    Angel Baby (Don't You Ever Leave Me)

    • Kent.
  • Ephemerals

    You Made Us Change’

    • Jalapeno.
  • King Curtis


    • Colombia.
  • Mark Ronson Vs The White Stripes

    Seven Nation Funk

    • White.
  • The Chambers Brothers


    • Columbia-Legacy.
  • Chuck Wood

    Seven Days Too Long

    • Universal.
  • Skeewiff v. Shawn Lee

    Teen Beat (Skeewiff Mix)

    • Pedigree Records.
  • Ann Sexton

    You've Been Gone Too Long

    • Goldmine Soul Supply.
  • Jimmy “Bo” Horne

    Let Me (Let Me Be Your Lover)

    • TK Records.
  • Professor Longhair

    Big Chief

    • Watch Records.
  • Around The World In 80 Tunes: Tel Aviv

    • The Apples


      • Freestyle Records.
  • Tower of Power

    Soul Vaccination

    • Warner Bros.
  • Sharon Jones and the Dap‐Kings

    Little Boys With Shiny Toys

    • Daptone Records.
  • Talcum Time

    • Bottom and Company

      Gonna find A True Love

      • UMC.
    • Barbara Lynn

      I'm a Good Woman

      • Edsel.
    • Ellipsis


      • Soul7.
  • Womack Brothers

    Somebody's Wrong

    • Ace Records.
  • Dennis Coffey & The Detroit Guitar Band


    • Sussex.
  • Diesler Interview

    • Brownout

      Flaximus' Renegades Of Jazz (B-Boy Edit)

      • Freestyle.
    • George Jackson And Dan Greer

      You Didn't Know It But You Had Me

      • Kent Soul.
    • Swing Republic featuring Blind Willie McTell

      Searching The Desert For The Blues

      • Freshly Squeezed.
    • Funky Destination

      Something To Funk On

    • Funkadelic

      (Not Just) Knee Deep Pt.1

      • Cold Busted.
  • Version Excursion

    • Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes

      Bad Luck (Mike Mauro Mix)

      • Harmless.
  • The Funk & Soul Years: 1968

    • The Temptations

      Cloud Nine

      • Motown.
    • James Brown

      Say It Loud (I'm Black and I'm Proud)

      • Universal.
    • Etta James

      Tell Mama

      • Replay.
  • Trunk of Funk

    • Ray Barretto

      Right On (Whiskey Barons Got Some Afro Mix)

      • Fania.
    • Chuck Brown

      We Need Some Money

      • Essential Classics.
    • Bobby Womack

      Never Let Nothing Get The Best Of You

      • Columbia.
  • Maceo Parker

    Papa's Got A Brand New Bag

    • Moosicus.
  • Trunk of Funk

    • Wesley, Fred & The New J.B.'s

      Little Boy Black

      • Breakin’ Bread.
    • Lack of Afro

      Touch My Soul

      • Freestyle.
  • Tom Jones

    Right Place Wrong Time

    • Decca.
  • Monguito Santamaria

    Hey Sister

    • Fania.
  • Joyce Moreno featuring Roberto Menescal


    • Far Out Recordings.
  • Luca Sapio And The Dark Shadows


    • GMG.
  • Shaun Escoffery

    Nobody Knows

    • Dome Records.
  • Ray Panton and Yvonne Harrison

    I Dig You Baby

    • Liquidator Music.
  • Ivan ‘Boogaloo Joe’ Jones

    Black Whip

    • BGP.