Kinselas nightclub Sydney is the setting for this journey through the Rewind Volume 2 CD (disc one).
The renovations to the middle bar had the place looking as clean as it was ever going to be. So I’m sure you’ll enjoy the decor in between the music clips.
You’ll cop tracks from MC Hammer, Bananarama, Ce Ce Peniston, Beats International, Sunscream, Snap, Blondie, Kriss Kross, De La Soul and more. It’s a packed show.
Deee-Lite was Towa Tei and DJ Dimitry, with Lady Miss Kier cooing out front of a wicked bass groove produced by legendary 70s funkster Bootsy Collins & Q-Tip of A Tribe Called Quest. This track is from the World Clique album featuring a lot of faux fur.
Kriss Kross are the winners of the stupidest street clothing look of the 1990s. These two thirteen year old kids Chris Smith and Chris Kelly wore their pants backwards. No wonder their follow up was called I Missed The Bus.
This Saturday night on Channel V, yet more precision roller-skating from Emma & Leah of Q Bar Sydney, while Maynard presents a collection of music clips just perfect for quarantine viewing.
The parade of pop continues with Suzi Quatro, ABBA, Rod Stewart, Barry Manilow, The Monkees, Do Re Mi, Sex Pistols, Pseudo Echo, Chic and more.
Resplendent in flanno pyjamas and tiger feet slippers, Maynard invites you to relax with a show which has something for everyone.
Allan Carr is the star on this show from 1999. Allan is on the phone from LA talking about his work on Grease, Can’t Stop The Music and his career as a producer.
Helping Maynard out with the show are Emma and Leah the rollerskating waitresses from Q Bar in Oxford Street, Sydney.
Tilley the wonder dog Whippet also appears courtesy of Smackos.
You’ll also hear lots of roller skating music from Allan Carr’s movies, you’ll see Spandeu Ballet, Transvision Vamp, Prince and a whole heap more…
It’s a half hour of colour and really far too much movement in the moody lighting of Maynard’s Madd Club livestream.
Top tunes from Tom Jones, Melissa, even Professor Elemental, with sounds to uplift you when you need it most.
We go on location to DJ Mark Alsop’s production studio to find how not wearing a shirt will get you into Pet Shop Boys show, and more.
Bunga Bunga 62 ponders the imposing amount of Crankmail that was slipped under the front door this week.
Tim Ferguson & Maynard soothe a troubled nation using the well known therapeutic tools of cocaine, cats & Canberra.
We argue over dancing, and laugh at a well known Australian capital city. We give important tips on professional presentations, including the appropriate use of the word “lick”.
This is the show that finally may have discovered what Tim’s alt right feline Kitler is doing late at night.