Westwood Wednesdays #1: Strictly Dan Stuckie

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Ok, you earned it, welcome to the new and improved Westwood Wednesdays. Well it’s not really improved, we just changed the name and moved it to another day. On this week’s gig guide we find a Daisy Age Jam at Camberley Football Club. Don’t forget to rock those Africa Pendants, just make sure no Africans see you for fear of them ripping the piss big time. Also make sure your mum doesn’t catch you wearing those shits either, you may be faced with some awkward questions. If you’re actually African, you may as well really go for it and rock two.

Speaking of the Daisy Age, this week’s special guests are Dear La Soul (well, that’s how Tim says it). Not only do they get deep about 3 Feet High & Rising, Prince Paul and break down the meanings behind their names, there’s an exclusive session with Plugs 1, 2 & 3 rapping over the Wildstyle theme.

In this week’s news a Soviet nuclear submarine has sunk off the Norwegian coast and four British merchant seamen are dead, apparently victims of a gas leak on a cargo ship off the coast of Spain. Damn, that’s some crazy nautical drama right there, we hope this doesn’t put you on too much of a downer. If you’re about to slash your wrists and withdraw your application to join the Navy, cheer up, there’s some slammin’ music by Dismasters, Uptown, Ace & Action plus some UK dub plate pressure from MC Buzz B and Black Radical MK II. We just love it when Tim rocks that UK plastic. There’s also a joint by Big Brother’s ex-rhyming partner Jaz.

Tim Westwood 8th April 1989

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If that wasn’t enough, here’s some more Daisy Age pressure taken from the inner sleeve of their first album. Remember when we used to get excited about buying vinyl?

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6 Responses to "Westwood Wednesdays #1: Strictly Dan Stuckie"
  1. Reply End Level Boss September 27, 2007 03:52 am


  2. Reply End Level Boss September 27, 2007 05:12 am

    Am looking forward to seeing the Ultramagnetic MCs at Dingwalls next Wednesday. £4.50, what a bargain!

  3. Reply plug 10 September 27, 2007 11:53 am

    De La saved my life!

  4. Reply steve September 27, 2007 17:03 pm

    I remember buying 3 Feet High from the Soul II Soul record shop in Camden back in the day. classic

  5. Reply lace da booze September 27, 2007 17:19 pm

    De La at Camberley football club? are you sure? Ive lived here all my life . fair enought I’d have been about 10 when that happened but Ive heard about that ever.
    To my knowledge we had Cookie Crew, Credit To The Nation and … thats it

  6. Reply moyinka September 29, 2007 11:05 am

    he turns 50 soon i heard, october i think. thanks for the tape.

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