Movin’ On – SATURDAY December 6th 2008 – Barcelona

MOVIN’ ON

Pure Soul Music Barcelona

SABADO 6 diciembre 2008 / SATURDAY December 6th 2008

[Next date: Saturday February 7th 2008 – Guest DJs: SEBASTIAN FONZEUS (Malmoe, SWE) + YANN VATISTE (Lyon, FR/London,UK) + RICARD PRIETO (Barcelona)]

At JAZZ ROOM
Calle Vallmajor nº 33 – Plaza d’Adria (Barcelona)
FFCC: Muntaner
23:30 h – 05:00 h
Admission: 10 euros (including drink)
Email us at: movinon_barcelona@yahoo.com

MySpace: http://www.myspace.com/movion_barcelona

GUEST DJs:
LARS BULNHEIM (Hamburg, Germany)

MIGUEL ORIBE (Vitoria/Lleida)

MARCOS JUANDO (Barcelona)

+ RESIDENT DJs: Eduardo Domingo & Cristina Alonso

+ FRIDAY 5th

PARTY at “CAFE AL SUR” > From 21:00h til 24:00h > Carrer Sant Pere Mes Alt, Barcelona > Free entry

+ SUNDAY 7th

PARTY at “LAS GUINDAS” > From 21:00h til 01:00h > Carrer Sant Pau 126, Barcelona > Free entry

Ø (English text below)

Selecters:


LARS BULNHEIM (GER)

Comencé a coleccionar singles de Soul a mediados de los 80s, era sumamente complicado encontrarlos por aquel entonces, comprar de listas inglesas era caro y en las tiendas alemanas no se encontraba apenas nada. Junto a un buen amigo, en los 90 decidí hacer algunos viajes a Estados Unidos para comprar discos, allí donde la música que nos gustaba había sido creada. Ebay y las guías de precios hicieron que dejara de viajar a Estados Unidos, y como nuestra colección había crecido comenzamos a organizar nuestro propio club en Hamburgo. El “Shelter Club” duró 5 años y tuvo bastante repercusión desde el inicio hasta el final. Comenzamos como un evento de Northern Soul y como nuestro gusto musical varió desde estrictamente Northern Soul hasta sonidos más 70s y modernos, al final decidimos dejar de organizarlo puesto que la gente de Hamburgo no apreciaba nada grabado más allá de 1969 (afortunadamente esto ha cambiado con los años). En la actualidad soy habitual en los weekends más importantes de Alemania, como el “Nürnberg Rare Soul Weekender“, “The Soul Shakers Weekender“ en Bamberg o el “Hamburg Weekender“. He sido invitado como DJ ocasionalmente fuera de Alemania, por ejemplo a Rimini (Italia), a Rhyl (Norte de Inglaterra) o a Birmingham (en las Midlands). Todavía me gusta el Northern Soul, pero como coleccionista me he centrado en los sonidos de los 70 y comienzos de los 80. En 2003 fui co-fundador de “Sundae Soul“, un sello de discos especializado en reeditar caras raras de discos 70’s. Junto a algunos amigos preparé una compilación para ZYX Records reeditando temas olvidados del sello Stax; “The Whole Damn World Is Going Crazy Vol.1“ vió la luz en 2004 sin que obtuviera grandes ventas, y ello pese a que incluye auténticas joyas, entre otros, de artistas como Joni Wilson, Sandra Wright, Circle O’Fire, William Bell… Todavía colecciono música Soul en su formato original y con toda seguridad nunca dejaré de hacerlo, pues no hay nada que me conmueva más que un tema de soul de calidad que no he escuchado con anterioridad.

Sugar Boy – Free man
Prophets Of Peace – The Max
Honey-B’s – What Love Can Do

Dwight Franklin – Foxy Lila

Storm – Can’t Nobody Love Me Like You Do

Sonnie N Brite – At The Party

Steel City Connection – Dansation

Record Player – Free Your Mind

Infinity – Queen Of My Universe

Phillip Wright – Keep Her Happy

MIGUEL ORIBE (Vitoria/Lleida)

Mi nombre es Miguel, residente en Lleida y nacido en Vitoria-Gasteiz. Empecé comprando discos sin tener reproductor (malas influencias) y pinchándolos a principios de los 90s, junto a dos masters DSM y AAA, un colectivo dedicado a la fiesta, vestir a nuestros oyentes con camisetas de dudoso gusto y perder dinero; cuando aprendimos a ganarlo, nos disolvimos. Actualmente sigo comprando todo aquello que tenga alma y pueda pagar, e intento compartirlo sin vaciar las pistas. Larga vida al Movidón.

Jennifer Hudson feat. Fantasia – I’m His Only Woman (Arista)

Minister Marvin Webb – It’s Time For Love (Brightside)

Lee Fields – At The End Of The Day (CDS)

Leon Bryant – Never (De-Lite)

Eddy Rosemond – Between Two Memories (Laser)

Kristle – Rejoice (Light)

Tatsu Yamashita – Follow Me Along (RCA)

Art School & The Mighty Motor Gang – Hold On Tight (RAK)

Lenard Lidell – Keep It Secret (Jara)

Greg Henderson feat. Rome Jefferies – Never Too Late (Rain)

MARCOS JUANDÓ (Barcelona)

Desde principios de los 90s, coincidiendo con el revivalismo Jazzfunk británico de ese momento, Marcos Juandó empieza su andadura como Dj en salas de Barcelona, incluyendo su paso como residente en la mítica sala Veneno. Su experiencia en radio empieza entonces: crea y dirige hasta 1998 el programa Groovy Life desde Radio Gracia en Barcelona, dedicado a la difusión del Jazz, el Funk y el Soul, tanto antiguo como nuevo. En 2000 crea la tienda online Good Move Records, con dedicación exclusiva a vinilos de música negra. Como promotor en clubs, co-funda en 2002 The Powder Room en la sala Apolo de Barcelona siendo al mismo tiempo Dj habitual del club, hasta 2004. Por el club pasan los grandes del género: Keb Darge, Snowboy, Bob Jones, Butch, Raw Deal, Ian Wright, entre muchos otros. En 2004 vuelve a hacer radio, desde la emisora online Dostreceradio en su primera etapa. En octubre 2005 empieza la segunda etapa del programa Movin On en Dostreceradio con un stream exclusivo y vinculado estrechamente a Good Move Records. Durante más de 15 años dedicados a la música negra ha pinchado en innumerables salas, dentro y fuera de España, alternando de 2003 a 2006 su residencia semanal en la sala Cafe Royale de Barcelona con otros clubes y weekenders incluyendo la co-fundación del Movin’ On weekender de Barcelona. En estos momentos prepara la inauguración de Discos Juandó, tienda en el centro de Barcelona con una importante presencia de discos de Soul y Jazz. Podeis seguir su blog ‘la tienda de discos del Sr. Juandó‘ en juando.vox.com.

Merge – You’re My Everything (RCA LP)
Soul Liberation – Heavenly Places (Rainbow Sound LP)
Soul Liberation – Touch Me Again (Rainbow Sound LP)
Full Force – Groovin (Dazz 12″)
Parris – Never Take Your Love (Brunswick 12″)
Final Edition – Betcha Can’t Love Just One (VAP 12″)
Otis Williams – I Love The Way You Love Me (Sound Of New York 12″)
The Limit (Oattes Van Schaik) – Destiny (Portrait LP)
Dorothy Morrison – I Can’t Go Without You (Brown Door 7″)
Madeleine Bell – One Step At A Time (Philips LP)

+ RESIDENT DJs: Eduardo Domingo & Cristina Alonso

> ENGLISH TEXT

Selecters:

LARS BULNHEIM (GER)

I started collecting Soul 45s in the mid 80’s, it was a struggle finding them back then, buying from UK lists was expensive and german record shops had nothing available. A good friend and me decided to do some record buying trips to the states in the 90’s and dig thru the shelves, where the music we love was created. Ebay and the price guides stopped me from going states side and as the collection growed, we started our own club here in Hamburg. The „Shelter Club“ ran for 5 years and was succesful from start to finish. We started out as a Northern Soul do and as my taste fort the music changed from strictly Northern to more 70’s and modern sounds, I decided to call it a day as the Hamburg punters didn’t appreciated anything recorded after 1969 (this has gladly changed over the years). Now I’m a regular on all the big weekenders in germany, as the „Nürnberg Rare Soul Weekender“, The Soul Shakers Weekender“ in Bamberg and the „Hamburg Weekender“. I do DJ occasionally outside germany, I was a guest DJ in Rimini / Italy in Rhyl (North England) and Birmingham (in the midlands). I still love my Northern sides, but my focus as a collector is on 70’s and early 80’s discs, they must be soulful and I like it, if they got this certain funky edge.

In 2003 I was the co-founder of “Sundae Soul“, a record label, that was speciliced in reissuing underplayed 70’s soul-sides. Along with a few friends I compiled a Stax reissue LP / CD for ZYX records, with all the underrated sides of this classic soul label. „The Whole Damn World Is Going Crazy Vol.1“ hit the streets in 2004 and sold next to nothing. Allthough there are really top class tunes on it by the likes of Joni Wilson, Sandra Wright, Circle O’Fire, William Bell, just to name a few. I still collect soul music in it’s original format and I surely won’t Stop doing it, as there’s nothing, that thrills me more than a quality soul 45, that I have never heard before.

Sugar Boy – Free man
Prophets Of Peace – The Max
Honey-B’s – What Love Can Do

Dwight Franklin – Foxy Lila

Storm – Can’t Nobody Love Me Like You Do

Sonnie N Brite – At The Party

Steel City Connection – Dansation

Record Player – Free Your Mind

Infinity – Queen Of My Universe

Phillip Wright – Keep Her Happy

MIGUEL ORIBE (Vitoria/Lleida)

My name is Miguel, I was born in Vitoria-Gasteiz but I live in Lleida nowadays. I started buying records without having a record player (bad influences) and playing them in the begining of the 90s, together with two masters DSM y AAA, a collective dedicated to the party, to make our crowd wear dubious taste T-Shirts and to lose money; when we learned how to win it, we decided to let it go. At the present time I keep on buying everything that has soul and that I can afford, and I try to share it keeping the dancefloor busy. Long life to the Movin’ On.

Jennifer Hudson feat. Fantasia – I’m His Only Woman (Arista)

Minister Marvin Webb – It’s Time For Love (Brightside)

Lee Fields – At The End Of The Day (CDS)

Leon Bryant – Never (De-Lite)

Eddy Rosemond – Between Two Memories (Laser)

Kristle – Rejoice (Light)

Tatsu Yamashita – Follow Me Along (RCA)

Art School & The Mighty Motor Gang – Hold On Tight (RAK)

Lenard Lidell – Keep It Secret (Jara)

Greg Henderson feat. Rome Jefferies – Never Too Late (Rain)

MARCOS JUANDO (Barcelona)

At the beginning of the 90s, coinciding with the British jazzfunk revival movement known as acid jazz, Marcos Juandó began his career as a dj playing various venues in Barcelona, including a stint as resident in the legendary Veneno Club. Around the same time, he began to work in radio, creating and hosting until 1998 the programme Groovy Life (Radio Gracia, Barcelona), dedicated to jazz, funk and soul both old and new. In 2000 he set up the online shop Good Move Records, dealing exclusively in black music on vinyl. In his role as club promoter, in 2002 he co-founded The Powder Room nights held in the Sala Apolo, Barcelona, and was also resident club dj until 2004, playing alongside the big name djs (Keb Darge, Snowboy, Bob Jones, Butch, Raw Deal, Ian Wright and many others). In the same year he returned to radio work, hosting shows on the internet radio station Dostreceradio, and in October this year, he will be responsible for the second phase of the Movin’ On programme, which will be closely associated with Good Move Records. In these 15 years dedicated to black music, Marcos Juandó has played in countless venues, both nationally and outside Spain, alternating his residency at the Café Royale in Barcelona from 2003 to 2006 with sessions in other clubs and weekenders, including the Movin’ On weekender, which he co-founded. Currently he is about to open Discos Juandó, a vinyl record store with decent sections of soul and jazz in the centre of Barcelona. You can follow his blog ‘la tienda de discos del Sr. Juandó‘ in juando.vox.com.

Merge – You’re My Everything (RCA LP)
Soul Liberation – Heavenly Places (Rainbow Sound LP)
Soul Liberation – Touch Me Again (Rainbow Sound LP)
Full Force – Groovin (Dazz 12″)
Parris – Never Take Your Love (Brunswick 12″)
Final Edition – Betcha Can’t Love Just One (VAP 12″)
Otis Williams – I Love The Way You Love Me (Sound Of New York 12″)
The Limit (Oattes Van Schaik) – Destiny (Portrait LP)
Dorothy Morrison – I Can’t Go Without You (Brown Door 7″)
Madeleine Bell – One Step At A Time (Philips LP)

+ RESIDENT DJs: Eduardo Domingo & Cristina Alonso

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