“Last Day Here” is a deep nudisco cut by Brioksi, but this jam also serves as the title of this late September FSQ episode, and also as a reminder that nothing is permanent. FSQ show host Chuck Da Fonk announces his temporary departure from New York City through songs – for instance, via “Movin’ Day”, a real workout by jazz drummer and vocalist, Grady Tate, and through Fun Lovin’ Criminals slinky funk number, “King of New York'”. Don’t miss FSQ favorites Duran Duran and Yello saunter through downtown NYC nightclubs during their early 1980s live performances at legendary venues The Roxy and The Palladium. No skimping on new music in this episode: Cantoma remixed by Lexx, and Noya Rao are fresh highlights. George Clinton’s Parliament mob leads us through apsychedelic soul music adventure reimagined with an Irish brogue, on these two off the beaten path P-Funk tracks, “Silent Boatman” and “I Just Got Back”.
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