Rebel Sunday – Various Artists

It was in may 2014 I made this compilation especially for the GG.
I just discovered it has mysteriously disappeared however. Why
and how ? .. you tell me, I have no idea. The compilation contains
6 of my favourite 12″ singles from the eighties, six singles with
tracks I used to play a lot in those days. Over the years more of
my precious posts have vanished strangely, if you remember
one that is gone too, please remind me so I can Re-Post it.
A pure coincidence I find out on a sunday by the way.
Also pure coincidental is the presence of track # 13,
Nothing to do with the fact that
tomorrow is Blue Monday,
better take # 6 ..

Het moet in de maand mei van 2014 geweest zijn dat ik ‘m heb
gepost. Ik kwam er echter zojuist achter dat ook deze post op
mysterieuze wijze van de GG is verdwenen. De compilatie bevat
zes van mijn favoriete 12″ singles, zes singels die ik in die tijd veel
plachtte te draaien. Zo door de jaren zijn er meerdere posts op
vreemde wijze verdwenen. Mocht jij je er een herrinneren die
weg is, als je het me meldt plaats ik ‘m direkt opnieuw.
Puur toeval dat ik dit op zondag ontdek overigens.
Ook puur toeval is de aanwezigheid van track # 13,
niets te maken met het feit dat het
morgen blue monday is,
beter is # 6 ..

01 – Malcolm McLaren – Soweto
02 – Malcolm McLaren – Zulu’s on a Timebomb
03 – Malcolm McLaren – D’ya like scratchin’
04 – Frank Zappa – I don’t wanna get drafted
05 – Frank Zappa – Ancient armaments
06 – The The – Perfect
07 – The The – The nature of virtue, version 2
08 – John Cale – Chicken shit
09 – John Cale – Memphis
10 – John Cale – Hedda Gabbler
11 – Dept.S – I want
12 – Dept.S – Monte Carlo or bust
13 – Dept.S – Put all the crosses in the right boxes
14 – Mark Stewart & Mafia – Jerusalem, High ideals + Crazy dreams
15 – Mark Stewart & Mafia – Liberty City


Silly Songs 1922 to 1934 – Various Artists
The Classic Years in Digital Stereo
Vol. 5, BBC 1986

The day before yesterday we had ‘Hot Violins’, today another
of them Classic Years in Digital Stereo cd’s the BBC launched
during the eighties. Its title says it all, Silly Songs. Going into
a hard lockdown today we can certainly use a little sillyness.
When you’re working at home or just being bored, listen to
these songs and cheer up a bit, enjoy doing so ..

Eergisteren hadden we ‘Hot Violins’, vandaag nog zo’n uitgave
in de Classic Years in Digital Stereo serie die de BBC in de jaren
tachtig uitbracht. Z’n titel zegt alles, Silly Songs. Vanaf vandaag
geldt er in ons land een harde lockdown dus we kunnen wel
wat grappenmakerij gebruiken. Of je nu thuis werkt of je
gewoon wat verveelt, luister naar deze nummers en
knap weer wat op. Plezier daarbij dus ..


01 – Jack Hodges – Everything Is Fresh Today
02 – Waring’s Pennsylvanians – I Scream, You Scream, We All Screem For Ice Cream
03 – Dick Robertson – Crazy Words, Crazy Tune
04 – Billy Cotton – Shut The Door (They’re Comin’ Through The Window)
05 – Frank Crumit – Song Of The Prune
06 – Debroy Somers – My Canary Has Circles Under His Eyes
07 – Salt & Pepper – Roll ‘Em Girls
08 – Jack Hylton – Egyptian Ella
09 – Noel Coward – Mad Dogs And Englishmen
10 – Tessie O’Shea – Thirty Thirsty Throats
11 – Ross & Sargent – Nellie The Nudist Queen
12 – George Van Dusen – The Yodelling Chinaman
13 – Durium Dance Band – Let’s All Be Fairies
14 – Six Jumping Jacks – I Do Not Choose To Run
15 – The Yacht Club Boys – How Could Red Riding Hood
16 – Billy Jones – When It’s Night Time In Italy, It’s Wednesday Over Here


Hot Violins – Various Artists
The Classic Years in Digital Stereo
Vol. 11, BBC 1988


01 – Joe Venuti – The Wild Cat
02 – Eddie South – Mama Mockingbird
03 – Clifford Hayes – Boodle-AM Shake
04 – Joe Venuti – My Syncopated Melody Man
05 – Venuti, Malneck & Dieterie – Manhattan Rag
06 – Eddie South – Nagasaki
07 – Stephane Grappelli – Ain’t Misbehavin’
08 – Laurie Bookin – Limehouse Blues
09 – Hugo Rignold – Calling All Keys
10 – Joe Venuti – Nothing But Notes
11 – Emilio Caceres – I Got Rhythm
12 – Stuff Smith – Onyx Club Spree
13 – Stephane Grappelli – Bill Street Blues
14 – Michel Warlop – Serenade For A Wealthy Widow
15 – Eric Siday & Reg Leopold – Honeysuckle Rose
16 – South And Grappelli – Fiddle Blues


Pink Floyd – Relics
EMI / Starline 1971


Normally I don’t post a lot of popmusic. September the 6th, Pink
Floyd’s drummer Nick mason is coming to Amsterdam with his
supergroup and they are going to play a number of songs featured
on this old collector. Since I’ve bought tickets, I couldn’t resist ripping
this album to be able playing it digitally. Of course you can join me
doing so, enjoy this piece of nostalgic popmusic with me.
Songs from 1967, 1968 and 1969..

Normaal gesproken plaats ik nauwelijk pop muziek hier. Deze uitzondering
moest echter gemaakt worden. Pink Floyd’s drummer Nick Mason komt op
6 september a.s. naar Amsterdam en zal dan een aantal van de nummers
komen spelen die op ‘Relics’ staan. Ik kon de verleiding niet weerstaan deze
te digitaliseren om hem onderweg te kunnen beluisteren. Vanzelf laat ik jou
hier ook van meegenieten. Nummers uit 1967, 1968 en 1969..

tracks ;

01 – Arnold layne
02 – Interstellar overdrive
03 – See emily play
04 – remember a day
05 – Paintbox
06 – Julia dream
07 – Careful with that axe, Eugene
08 – Cirrus minor
09 – The nile song
10 – Biding my time
11 – Bike

Bonus tracks;

12 – One of these days
13 – Seamus


Sufferer’s Choice – Various Artists
Attack / Trojan 1988



Zestien maal wordt op deze schijf de lijdensweg van diverse
Jamaicanen tentoon gespreid. De plaat maakte eind jaren
tachtig deel uit van de Producers serie die door Trojan werd
uitgebracht. Ik heb reeds eerder delen geplaatst waaronder
Joe Gibbs and Friends en Clement Coxsone Dodd. Zoek ze met
gebruik van onze zoekbalk links. Indrukwekkende verzameling
songs allemaal. Mis ook deze beter niet, luister snel..

Sixteen times we hear songs about suffering on this record which
was part of the late eighties Producers Series brought by Trojan.
I have posted some of them in an earlier stage among which
Joe Gibbs and Friends and Clement Coxsone Dodd. Find them
using our search-bar at your left hand side. Impressive collection
of songs all together, a must have for every reggae lover..

tracks ;

01 – The Kingstonians – Sufferer
02 – The Ethiopians – Condition bad a yard
03 – Bob Marley and the Wailers – Trenchtown rock
04 – Bongo herman and bunny – Know far I
05 – Lloyd Jones – Rome
06 – Billy Dice – Take warning
07 – U-Roy – Way down in south
08 – Bob Marley and the Wailers – Redder than red
09 – Cornell Campbell – Jah jah me no born yah
10 – Alton Ellis – Deliver us to africa
11 – The Abbyssinians – Yim mas gan
12 – The Now Generation Band – Crank shaft version
13 – Johnny Osbourne – Niah man
14 – The versatiles – Warricka hill
15 – Dennis Brown – The song my mother used to sing
16 – Bob Marley and the Wailers – Nice time


John Martyn – Live at Leeds
a rare evening with John Martyn, Danny Thompson
and John Stevens, Dig It ! Plane 1987



Zo aan het eind van het jaar maken we altijd wat uitstapjes naar
muziek die je hier niet zo vaak tegenkomt. Even los van de tropische
stijlen. Verandering van smaak doet vaak goed en daarom vandaag iets
van vroeger. Dit is een plaat die ik zeer veel heb gedraaid eind jaren 70
en ook later in de 80er jaren. Ik was in de veronderstelling dat ik Solid
Air van John Martyn al eens geplaatst had maar ik vergis me daar. Die
komt zeker nog eens. Nu deze live registratie, opgenomen in Leeds in
1975 aan de Universiteit en origineel uitgebracht in 1976. Dit is de her-
uitgave uit 1987. Ga er eens goed voor zitten, je zweeft er volledig
op weg, super sfeervolle plaat die je niet wil missen..

Towards the end of the year we often take you in directions you’re
not used to here at the Global Groove. Away from the tropical styles
we normally post, variation is the spice of life they say so today some-
thing completely different. This is an album I played very much at the
end of the seventies and through the eighties as well. I thought I posted
Solid Air by John Martyn already but appearantly I am mistaking. That
one will certainly come one fine day. Today a live registration, recorded
at Leeds University in 1975 and originally released in 1976. This is the
re-release from 1987. Sit down and let it happen to you, the music
floats away, very atmospheric experience you don’t want to miss..

tracks ;

01 – Inside out
02 – Solid air
03 – Make no mistake / Bless the weather
04 – Man in the station
05 – I’d rather be the devil


African Head Charge – Drastic Season
On U Sound 1983

African Head Charge, voorkant

African Head Charge, achterkant detail

Houd je van lekker vreemd instrumentaal getrommel
en geblieb ? De meester op dit terrein was begin jaren
tachtig zonder twijfel Adrian Sherwood. Hier hebben we
nog zo’n sterk staaltje bizarre geluiden, congas, bongos,
friction drums, fish, cabassa, keukenpannen, basgitaren,
keyboards, chinese luit, elektrische percussie etcetera..

Do you like some nice and weird instrumental drumming
and blieping ? Absolute master in this territory was early
eighties without doubt Adrian Sherwood. Here we have
another fine example of bizar sounds, congas, bongos,
friction drums, fish, cabassa, kitchenpans, bass guitars,
keyboards, chinese lute, electric percussion etcetera..

titels ;

01 – Timbuktu express
02 – I want water
03 – Bazaar
04 – African hedge hog
05 – Depth charge
06 – Fruit market
07 – Snake in the hole
08 – Many generations


David Bowie – Hunky Dory
RCA Victor 1971

David Bowie, voorkant

David Bowie, achterkant

Een van m’n jeugdhelden overleed gisteren.
Dit is denk ik de plaat die ik het meest gedraaid heb.

A childhood heroe passed away yesterday.
One of my most precious albums is this one.

R.I.P. David..

titels ;

01 – Changes
02 – Oh! you pretty things
03 – Eight line poem
04 – Life on mars?
05 – Kooks
06 – Quicksand
07 – Fill your heart
08 – Andy Warhol
09 – Song for bob dylan
10 – Queen bitch
11 – The bewlay brothers


Merger – Exiles ina Babylon
Sun-Star 1977

Merger, front

Merger, inside

Not long ago I was watching a documentary on Youtube about the
developement of reggae in the UK. I really liked it, the birth of two-tone
for instance, wonderful video which I added below. It’s a great piece of
history I enjoyed a lot. There is one group however of which I would
have loved to find some footage in the documentary. This lp by Merger
was a personal favourite in the early days and I think the group deserves
a place in that story. One way or the other, it’s never too late to give
them the attention deserved so here is 77 which is obviously their
1977 lp. It brings back memories, were you there..?
Get it & spread it..


01 – 77
02 – Ghetto child
03 – Life song
04 – Exiles ina babylon
05 – Understanding
06 – African lady
07 – Have you heard ?
08 – Waterfalls
09 – Massa gana


the Jukebox Rebel presents…
Un Tour du Monde
( en hommage a John Peel )
august 30, 1939 – october 25, 2004

Jukebox Rebel - Un Tour du Monde

Last week I received a mail by one of our loyal visitors from Glasgow,
Scotland. He made a wonderful tribute to the great John Peel as a
contribution to our page. It is nice to pass the mic for a change,
ladies and gentlemen, I give the word to
William, the Jukebox Rebel..

Hello groovers, warm greetings from Glasgow where
there are many music nuts just like Moos.

I say THANK YOU to my host for helping to keep all these wonderful
global grooves alive over the years – and for giving me a chance
to share my mix-tape with you today. It’s a special tenth anniversary
commemoration for the incomparable DJ of the World, John Peel.

Of all the Peel eulogies since 2004, Billy Bragg said it best when he
astutely surmised: “Throughout his career, John Peel defined independent
music. Although he became an institution at the BBC, he was, in effect,
running his own pirate radio station from within the Corporation,
introducing us to music that could not be heard on any other radio show.”
I listened to his nightly shows regularly from 1983 until his untimely
death from a heart-attack on 25th October 2004, taping highlights and
then following them up by purchasing the LP or CD whenever possible.

During the course of his shows, John Peel brought the Planet closer
together, with a weird and wonderful mix of all that was musically
interesting – there were no borderlines in his musical world.

He imbued me with a passion for musical adventure and opened my eyes
and ears to the richness of the artists from all around our planet –
and I could safely say that he is the main reason that I’ve ended up
following the crazy Dutchman on this website.

Most of the selections on this compile were actually featured in the
John Peel show at some stage – and I feel sure that the few exceptions
would also have done so, were they to have landed on his doorstep or
in his time zone.

I hope you can join me for this ’round the world celebration.
Long live John Peel – the original, independent global groover!

Peace out,
The Jukebox Rebel

p.s. don’t miss the text document where I’ll tell you
a bit about the artists and their songs 😉


1. Mieskuoro Huutajat – Kalinka (Finland)
2. King Short Shirt – Tourist Leggo (Antigua and Barbuda)
3. Banda Bajera de San Pelayo – Descarga En Cumbia (Colombia)
4. Huun-Huur-Tu – Aa-Shuu Dekei-Oo (Russia)
5. Boris Karlov – Daichovo Horo (Bulgaria)
6. Thomas Mapfumo and The Blacks Unlimited – Chitima Cherusununguko (Zimbabwe)
7. Les Grammacks – En Quimber On Soucougnan (Dominica)
8. Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan – Taa Deem (Pakistan)
9. Clotaire K – Maqam (France)
10. Manny Corchado and his Orchestra – Pow-Wow (Puerto Rico)
11. Admiral Bailey – No Way No Better Than Yard (Jamaica)
12. Rod Dennis Mento Band – No Body’s Business (Jamaica)
13. Esso Trinidad Steel Band – I Want You Back (Trinidad and Tobago)
14. Selda – Maden Dağı (Deloy, Deloy) (Turkey)
15. The DeZurik Sisters – The Arizona Yodeler (the USA)
16. Vanuatu Women’s Water Music – Rim Rim Siag (Vanuatu)


Also don’t miss this post at electric jive