Masters At Work: ‘I Can’t Get No Sleep’

8 September 2014 – Youtube


I have to admit that some House music I’ve heard really turns me on, and especially when dancing to it. In particular, New York’s finest, Little Louie Vega, of Masters at Work, has put out some funky stuff that just rocks along. This track from Masters At Work ’10th Anniversay Mix – Part 1′, featuring India in ‘I Can’t Get No Sleep’, is typical of the work that had New York discos jumping in the 90s. I favour the more laid back, jazzy/latin style that originated in New York.

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Saudi Arabia Beheads 26 People in 1 Month, Some for ‘Sorcery': US, FOX Has Nothing to Say About it

8 September 2014 — Newpower

11-beheadingA recent article from points out the hypocrisy of the US media and foreign policy:

“We condemn ISIS’ public beheadings, but in 2012-13, our allies in Saudi Arabia cut the heads off of 79 people.

Let’s play “Compare and Contrast” for a moment: Two oppressive, authoritarian Muslim regimes acting under the auspices of Sharia Law publicly behead scores of non-violent people, primarily to instill fear in those who might resist said regime’s self-asserted authority over the region.

People whose heads are cut off are disproportionately foreign nationals, or locals with religious or ideological differences. One of them is ISIS, the other is the government of Saudi Arabia. Which one are we bombing again?”

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The Islamic State: Who Is ISIS? An Open Source Investigation By James Corbett

7 September 2014 — Global Research

The hysteria over the supposed threat posed by the Islamic State (IS) is now undeniable. Every day new stories emerge focusing on the group’s brutality, its resources, its capabilities and its intention to strike out at the West. The US Defense Secretary, Secretary of State, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and ranking Senators have all delivered somber assessments of the group’s evil aims in recent weeks, and have they been joined in that effort by a host of counterparts in foreign nations.

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