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VariousMusic For Dancefloors – The Cream Of The KPM Music Green Label Sessions ... CD
Strut/KPM (UK), Late 60s/1970s. Used ... $25.99
Fantastically funky – and probably the best comp of studio music we've ever heard! Sure, there's lots of other albums that have dipped into the massive KPM library of comercially produced sound library music – but the folks at Strut have outdone themselves this time, and have come up with a batch of tracks that is way way more soulful than any other set we've heard like this! Many of the tracks could easily stand alone as funky jazz or soul singles – and the music on the set was made by some of the all-time greats of the British studio scene! Tracks include "Reggae Train" by Dennis Bovell (yes, THE Dennis Bovell), "That's What Friends Are For" by Madeline Bell (yes, THE Madeline Bell), "Freeway To Rio" by Les Baxter (yes, THE . . . ok, you get the idea!), "Crash Course" by Keith Mansfield, "Unlimited Love" by Alan Parker, "Second Cut" by James Clarke, "Funky Express" by Duncan Lamont, "Assault Course" by Johnny Pearson, "Swamp Fever" by John Cameron, "Piano In Transit" by Francis Coppieters, and "Expo In Tokyo" by Alan Moorhouse. There's 20 cuts, a great package, excellent notes – and some of the tracks have even been remixed to extend the breaks! (Sound Library, Funky Compilations) CD
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✨✧ VariousSuper Funk Vol 3 – Still Rarer & Funkier Funk ... LP
BGP (UK), Late 60s/Early 70s. New Copy 2LP ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
A killer batch of rare funky tunes – pulled from a host of tiny labels, and put together with a quality level that would blow away a crate full of of funky 45s! This third volume in the Super Funk series seems to dig even deeper than the first two – and it also includes few incredible little nuggets that were never officially released in any format – which makes the whole thing essential, even if you've got a mountain of rare 45s back at your crib! Includes "The Tramp (From Funky Broadway)" by The Showmen Inc, "Put It In" by Johnny King And The Fatback Band, "Cissy Popcorn" and "Funky Chicken" by Preston Love, "Soul Livin" by Everyday People Unlimited, "Brother Brown" by Camille Bob, "At The Soul In" by Count Yates And The Rhythm Crusaders, "Cat Scream" by Li'l Buck, "Bending Soul" by the Soul Blenders", "Ain't It A Groove" by Chico & Buddy, "Soul Brothers Testify" by Soul Senders, "Fat Man" by TKOs, "Sweet Potato Gravy" by Maurice Simon And The Pie Men, and lots more! 20 tracks in all. LP, Vinyl record album

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✨✧ VariousGilles Peterson – Magic Peterson Sunshine ... LP
MPS (Germany), Late 60s/1970s. New Copy 2LP Gatefold ... Out Of Stock
The magic sunshine here is all from the legendary catalog of MPS Records – unusually groovy jazz tracks from the 60s and 70s, all hand-picked by the equally legendary DJ Gilles Peterson! Peterson first turned many ears onto MPS back a few decades ago – with his excellent Talkin Jazz series – and this set follows strongly in that legacy, but also really shows both the deeper knowledge of the label's catalog we've acquired over the years, and the further development of Gilles' incredible ear for finding an unusual tune! The music here isn't just funky jazz, it's a huge range of sounds at once – some modal and spiritual elements, some global jazz experiments, a few vocal tracks, and even some very cool space-age styles – served up in a package that seems to make each new track burst forward with fresh feeling in the company of the others – that rare quality that can make a compilation like this so great. Titles include "Lillemor" by Francy Boland, "Out Of The Sorcellery" by Eddie Louiss, "Big P" by Modern Jazz Group Freiburg, "Stone Ground Seven" by Singers Unlimited, "Harp Revolution" by Johnny Teupen, "Service" by Orchester Roland Kovac, "Love Train" by Third Wave, "Dew" by Don Ellis, "Our Chant" by Gunter Hampel, "Denn Liebe Ist Stark Wie Der Tod" by Wolfgang Lauth, "Why & How" by Mark Murphy, and "Cancion Del Fuego Fatuo" by Pedro Iturralde with Paco DeLucia. LP, Vinyl record album
 
 
 



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