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New CardinalCardinal (plus CD) (2014 Record Store Day Release) ... LP
Empyrean, 1994. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
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VariousLagos Chop Up ... CD
Honest Jons (UK), Late 60s/1970s/Early 80s. Used ... $8.99
An incredible batch of African funk and heavily percussive groove – featuring a varied, yet cohesive selection of tunes that run deeper than most compilations! Lagos Chop Up manages to work a little bit of magic in its overall consistency – the tracklist features tunes from the mid 60s all the way through the beginning of the 80s without sacrificing even a shred of successive coherence! It's all the more impressive given the breadth of styles – from Fela-inspired Afro funk (naturally) to raw native folk, featuring percussion ensembles, street musicians and vocalists from many walks of life! Amazing! 12 tracks in all: "Awa Ni Superstars" by Sir Shina Adewale And His Super Stars International, "Omelebele" by Dr Victor Loaiya, "Soffry Soffry Catch Monkey" by Ikenga Super Stars Of Africa, "Selense" by Eastern Minstrels, Owuna Derina" by Cardinal Rex Jim Lawson, "Kpanlogo" by Worners Brigade Band and much more! CD

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New Michel LegrandLes Trois Mousquetaires (Three Musketeers)/La Rose Et La Fleche ... CD
Universal (France), 1973/1976. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
70s soundtrack work from the mighty Michel Legrand – his score for the famous Three Musketeers film directed by Richard Lester, and unissued music for the film Robin & Marian! The Musketeers music is quite dramatic – often filled with action, but with a few tender spots as well – and although somewhat more conventional in terms of scoring, there's still some of those sweeter Legrand touches we love so much – especially in some of the orchestral moments that echo his energy from Peau D'Ane. As you might guess from the story, there's a few period themes at points – although not as many as you might expect – and this balance continues in the Robin & Marian soundtrack from 1976, in music that would mostly be right at home in any other 70s film as well. CD features 24 tracks in all, with notes in French and English – and titles that include "Bustling Buckingham", "He Ain't Heavy He's The Cardinal", "Four Abreast", "Sword For Your Supper", "To Love A Queen", "Back From The Crusades", "Reunion", "The Attack", "The Chase Fugue", and "An Unforgotten Love". CD
 
 
 
 



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