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Tim Hagans & Bob BeldenRe-animation Live ... CD
Blue Note, 2000. Used ... $3.99
Recorded live at the Montreal Jazz Festival, and a special set featuring the acoustic talents of trumpeter Tim Hagan and soprano saxist Bob Belden, mixed with electronics by Scott Kinsey, and turtablism by DJ Kingsize. Most of the material is fairly out – with off-kilter solos draped over loud junglist rhythms – and the album reminds us more of Derek Bailey's drum n bass album of a few years back, than it does some of the more recent new funky work on Blue Note. Titles include "Big Moment", "Dans La Ville Sombre", "Love's Lullaby", "Are You Threatening Me?", and "Trumpet Sandwich". CD
(Out of print. BMG Direct pressing.)
 
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New Bobby Konders & Massive SoundsBobby Konders & Massive Sounds ... CD
Mercury, 1992. Used ... $2.99
Early 90s collection of Bobby Konders numbers, focusing more on the hip hop and R&B flavored numbers he produced, with just a few of his jazzy house tracks. The R&B tracks show a clear Soul II Soul influence, which to us is a good thing, and while the hip hop and ragga flavored tracks aren't straight street beats, they've got a fat Brooklyn vibe you can't deny. 10 tracks in all: "The Heads", "Mack Daddy", "Bad Boy Dance", "Unity", "You Don't Know", "Rising To The Top", "Blue Note Groove", "Where Is Our Future", "I Love" and "Under Surveillance". CD
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St GermainBoulevard ... CD
F Communications (France), 1995. Used ... $5.99
Finally repressed! This is the classic first album by St Germain – aka Ludovic Navarre – issued here with the "complete series" of tracks from the original effort. Like St Germain's huge-selling Tourist effort for Blue Note, this one's a great batch of jazzy club grooves – basing its vibe on a classic 70s sound, but adding in some great modern French house touches to pump up the beat a bit more. Titles include "Deep In It", "Thank U Mum", "What's New?", "Easy To Remember", "Sentimental", "Street Scene", and "Forget It". Released in 1995, but still pretty darn fresh! CD
 
 
 
 



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