Nobody can live forever.

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Vinyl grooves going down at the Junction Wednesday night.  Luaka Bop reemerges with volume 4 of the great World Psychedelic Classics series, this time highlighting the existential Brazilian soul of Tim Maia. Plus, the last remaining track on the Antibalas album, a killer new compilation of funky drummer Roy Porter from Germany's Tramp Records, and the Michael Kiwanuka track that got boxed out by Fela last week! 

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October 3, 2012

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Playlist (Song/Artist/Album/Label):

"Gimme Some Lovin'"   Funk, Inc.  Priced to Sell  (Prestige)

"Cry Me a River"  J.J. Johnson  First Place  (Columbia)

"Trick Hips"  Bobby Timmons with Johnny Lytle  Workin' Out!  (Prestige)

"Lullaby of the Leaves"  Grant Green  Grant's First Stand  (Blue Note)

"I'll Get Along"  Michael Kiwanuka  Home Again  (Polydor/Interscope)

"Hip City"  Roy Porter Sound Machine  The Story of the Roy Porter Sound Machine 1971-75  (Tramp)

"Happiness Is..."  Melvyn Price  Rhythm & Blues  (Wax Poetics)

"Love Offering"  Buddy Terry  Lean On Him  (Mainstream)

"Manteca"  Dizzy Gillespie  The Source  (Jazzman)

"Quer Queira, Quer Nao Queira"  Tim Maia  Nobody Can Live Forever: The Existential Soul of Tim Maia  (Luaka Bop)

"Just for a Moment"  George Danquah  Hot & Jumpy  (Tropic Vibe/Secret Stash)

"Sare Kon Kon"  Antibalas  Antibalas  (Daptone)

"You Goin' Miss Your Candyman"  Terry Callier  What Color is Love  (Cadet)

"City, Country, City"  War  The World is a Ghetto  (United Artists)

"Lonely Town, Lonely Street"  Bill Withers  Still Bill  (Sussex)