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CD (Item 43038) Dare Dare (France), Early 70s — Condition: New Copy
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A gem of a sound library record from the great Janko Nilovic! The album features Nilovic penning some great jazzy arrangements for "wordless vocals" – sung by either a man or a woman, in a very groovy style! The tracks run from pepped-up ditties that have a "Mah Na Na" feel, to others that are in a breezy/easy mellow kind of mode, touched with a bit of the Italian bossa, and slight touches of funk. Some of these cuts have shown up on other Nilovic compilations over the years – but the set's a great one to hear together, as the mix of voices and styles is really great!  © 1996-2014, Dusty Groove, Inc.


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