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PiranhaHeaded In The Right Direction (Japanese paper sleeve edition) ... CD
Amazon South/P-Vine (Japan), 1981. New Copy ... $24.99
Bassy funk from the early 80s southern scene – the only album we've ever seen from Piranha, and a gem of a tight little set! The groove here is roughly in the mode of some of the better-known northern club groups in the post-disco years – crafted with lots of boogie bass on the bottom and tight rhythms throughout the set. But there's also a style that's a bit more in the ensemble funk mode here too – one that still keeps most of the instrumentation acoustic, and which has a bit less keyboards and electric percussion than other boogie-era work. Titles include "Funk-a-sol", "One Sided Love", "Let's Get It Back Together", "Good Time Lady", "Headed In The Right Direction", and "Let Your Feelings Show". CD
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✨✧ Chicha LibreSonido Amazonico (2LP pressing with etched side) ... LP
Barbes, 2008. New Copy 2LP Gatefold (reissue)... Out Of Stock
A new take on the older chica groove – a slightly romping rhythm that's almost a South American take on Tex Mex modes! The sound here has a nicely old-style feel – despite contemporary origins of the recording – and instrumentation is heavy on keyboards, including Electravox, farfisa, and moog – used in rhythmic lines that are supported by work on guitar and lots of percussion. A few tracks have vocals, and others are instrumental – and all numbers have a haunting sort of feel. Titles include "Yo No Fui", "Popcorn Andino", "El Borrachito", "Sonido Amazonico", "Mi Plato De Barro", and "Tres Pasajeros". LP, Vinyl record album

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