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Better than it sounds – as this one, like the initial Jungle Drums album, is low on the drums, and much more in the mode of Gould's usual light classic work. In fact, we're kind of hard pressed to hear any percussion at all – as the main groove is orchestral performances of Latin ... LP, Vinyl record album
Great funky instrumentals – not really Latin, but given sort of a pop-Latin soul feel by the great Claus Ogerman! The record's one of a few totally great little gems that Ogerman cut for RCA during the mid 60s – and it takes the bass-heavy sound of the German Easy movement of the 60s, ... LP, Vinyl record album
Key transitional work from Hugo – a record that has some of the groovy touches of his late 60s work, and some of the moogy touches of his 70s period! Not all tunes feature moog, but a few have some excellent work on the instrument by Eddie Kalehoff – and those that don't feature some ... LP, Vinyl record album
Dick Hyman's classic funky Moog LP with super-fine mooginess, and a great sense of humor. Includes the classic break cut "Give It Up Or Turn It Loose", which has some mad screaming moog, plus other nice ones like "The Minotaur", "Kolumbo", "Topless Dancers Of ... LP, Vinyl record album
Groovy stuff from this Brit bandleader – with versions of "Sweet Caroline", "Something In The Air", "My Cherie Amour", "Spinning Wheel", and "Good Morning Sunshine". Nice trippy cover – and Phase 4 sound, too! ... LP, Vinyl record album
One of the coolest records ever from James Last – a mid 70s American session, done with styles that are a fair bit different than his other work! Unlike the brassy, bouncing styles of Last's previous records, this one's nicely funky, soulful, and almost a bit laidback at times – filled ... LP, Vinyl record album
Harmony harmonica – from one of the coolest groups ever! The Harmonicats were three cats who all played harmonicas – working the instruments together in a cool and quirky sound that felt exotic at times, mellow at others, and which was always filled with a playful sense of style. This ... LP, Vinyl record album