Jazz Fusion For Punk Rockers In Love

Nothing incredibly bizarre or rare today, just some nice tunes. I got some more soundtracks I’ll be posting later in the week, including one to a movie that I can’t even locate on the IMDB! I’ve never found a movie that wasn’t on the IMDB before – do I get a cookie for that?

Billy Idol – Flesh For Fantasy (Below The Belt Mix)
Random 80s remix #1.

Eurythmics – Would I Lie To You (An Eric ‘ET’ Thorngren Mix)
Random 80s remix #2.

Paul Hardcastle
Don’t Waste My Time (Extended Version)
Loitering With Intent
Okay, so ‘Don’t Waste My Time’ is kind of a generic dance song that is kind of forgettable, both ‘Loitering WIth Intent’ and ‘Moonhopper’ are awesome tracks though – and ‘Moonhopper’ really has an early-ambient feel to it. I’m digging them. ‘Moonhopper’ is on a few greatest hits compilations, as is the original version of ‘Don’t Waste My Time.’ I don’t think ‘Loitering With Intent’ is on any proper album though, and has only been released on EPs and singles.

Whoops There Goes My Body II
Sunny Day
Papa’s Got A Brand New Pigbag
Let me get this straight…there was a funk, jazz post-punk/new-wave fusion band and no one told me? Various versions of ‘Sunny Day’ and ‘Papa’s Got A Brand New Pigbag’ are available on several Pigbag compilations, but ‘Whoops There Goes My Body II’ doesn’t seem to be on CD at all.

One Response to “Jazz Fusion For Punk Rockers In Love”

  1. Anonymous says:

    Thanks for reminding me about pigbag – absolutely great stuff.

    BTW – love the blog – keep up the great work!

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