Funky Compilations — CDs

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✨✧ VariousBarry 7's Connectors ... CD
Lo Recordings (UK), Early 70s. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
A magical electronic trip through the 70s sound library scene – featuring a wealth of gems from UK companies like Chappell, Southern, and PIL – with a focus on tunes that have spacey keyboards, off-beat electronics, and lots of cool analogue synthesizer sounds! Of course, there's also enough funky grooves running through the set to make it more than just a straight trip into space – and if you dig the weird kind of soundtrack and lounge funky tunes, you'll find more than enough to keep you busy here. But the real focus is in creating an other-worldly sort of approach – one that's got a space–electronic–bossa–cocktail–rocketship–robot soul, kind of a 70s take on 90s electronics, but with more funky analogue grooves in the mix! Titles include "Weird Sounds No 1" by Georges Teperino, "Catch That Man" by Nino Nardini, "Erotica No 2" by Jiri Bezant, "Coconut Coast" by Roger Roger, "Scared Trip" by Doris Hays, "Quasars" by Sven Libaek, "Electronic Rhythms" by Eric Peters, "Preambule No 37" by Paul Bonneau, "Merry Go Sound" by Gary Bellington, and "Mobile" by Torri Zito. 21 tracks in all! (Sound Library, Funky Compilations) CD
(Out of print.)

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✨✧ VariousNew York Noise – Dance Music From The New York Underground 1978 to 1982 ... CD
Soul Jazz (UK), Early 80s. Used ... Out Of Stock
Seminal work from one of the most exciting times in modern music – the groundbreaking New York post-punk, post-disco club years – when everything was up for grabs! The work on the set does a really great job of documenting the way that boundaries were blown during the time – as funk met punk, rock met rap, soul met ska, avant garde met mainstream – all in pursuit of the groove! For years, this period has gone under-documented and under-understood – largely because of the complexity and diversity of the music in the scene. But as always, the folks at Soul Jazz Records have done a fantastic job of bringing the whole thing to light – choosing all the best tracks we could have hoped for, and packaging the album with a great set of notes that really gets at the heart of the matter! Titles include "Baby Dee" by Konk, "You Got Me" by Theoretical Girls, "Contort Yourself" by The Contortions, "You Make No Sense" by ESG, "Beat Bop" by Rammelzee Vs K Rob, "Lesson No 1" by Glenn Branca, "Clean On Your Bean #1" by Dinosaur L, "Helen Fordsdale" by Mars, "Defunkt" by Defunkt, "Button Up" by The Bloods, "5:30" by DNA, "Do Dada" by The Dance, "Wa Wa" by Lizzy Mercier Descloux, "Reduction" by Material, and "Optimo" by Liquid Liquid. CD
(Out of print, includes original slipcase.)

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