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Late 60s magic from Martin Denny – a pair of albums back to back on a single CD! On A Taste Of India, Martin Denny takes a tip from the sound of the East – adding some slight Indian flavors to his usual exotica groove – with the help of arranger George Tipton! Most of the music ... CD
A pair of Euro-erotic instrumental sets from Paul Mauriat – definitely working here in the spirit of the image on the cover! Tout Pour La Musique has plenty of slinky tunes that feature keyboards mixed with lean orchestrations – in a style that's quite like some Euro romantic ... CD
A pair of RCA Records treats from pianist Peter Nero – both of which show his grooviest powers at their height! Career Girls is a female-themed album – one that features famous standards based around a woman, recast here to showcase Peter's beautifully flowing touch on the keys! Some ... CD
Easy listening jazz orchestra takes on the top pop songwriters of the day from Frank Chacksfield on 2 LPs – 1971's Chacksfield Plays Simon & Garfunkel & Jim Webb and 1970's Chacksfield Plays The Beatles' Songbook! Chacksfield groovy sweep works really well on Simon & Garfunkel ... CD
2 Fab albums of of instrumentals from the UK scene – 1966's Cool Drinks And Warm Company" and 1965's The Folk Hits – recorded by Brit arranger Mike Leander with a very groovy feel! Cool Drinks has a summer theme, and the tunes have some really fresh instrumentation – ... CD
Two funky groovers from Chaquito – aka John Gregory, a very groovy British arranger of the 70s! Spies & Dolls is a cool 70s update on the sort of album that came out often in the 60s – but instead of the usual James Bond themes, this one features a lot more funky action – ... CD
2 70s albums from Stanley Black – back to back on a single CD! Black Magic is amazing work – honest! The album's far funkier and far more dynamic than most of Stanley's other albums in the past – and is a sweet electric 70s session with plenty of elements you'd expect to find in ... CD
An excellent concept for a bossa album from the 60s – a set that mixes together a bunch of different great guitarists – all with some light and lovely rhythm backings that really hit a groove! Jack Marshall put the set together – and in addition to his own guitar, the record ... CD
We're not entirely sure about the "incident" mentioned in the title – clearly front page news back in the day – but we can say that the album's a sweet little groover with a nice mod bounce – a set that features lots of great organ and piano from the mighty Marty Paich, ... CD
The bugs take over on this weird early album from Folkways – an assortment of odd insect sounds and noises, all with some nicely hokey narration! The quality of the recording is surprisingly gritty – so that the vibrations of wings and legs almost comes across like an early set of ... CD
Great stuff from Pucho and the Latin Soul Brothers – still grooving hard in the early 70s, with a nice mixture of Latin funk and sweet 70s jazz grooving. The group's as strong as ever – and still features the amazing Pazant Brothers, as well as William Blivins on vibes, Harold ... CD