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✨✧ VariousBruton Brutoff – The Ambient, Electronic, & Pastoral Sounds Of The Bruton Library Catalogue (orange vinyl pressing) ... LP
Bruton Music/Trunk (UK), Late 70s/Early 80s. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
Nothing brutish here – as Trunk Records takes a dip into the sweeter side of the Bruton Records sound library – with a great focus on tunes from the label that are mellow, jazzy, and often filled with these wonderfully laidback grooves! You'll recognize most of these artists from earlier sound library work in the UK – as most of them rose up in the 60s in both the worlds of jazz and library recordings – and that legacy means that most of the cuts here have a stronger, more solid approach than some other library work of the period – as so many other companies were often moving past acoustic instrumentation to feature more electronic modes. There's definitely keyboards on the set, but also balanced with acoustic instrumentation too – served up in a great run of cuts that includes "Saturn Rings" by Alan Hawkshaw, "The Swann 1" by Brian Bennett, "Vibes" by Frank Ricotti, "Tropic 2" and "Drifting" by John Cameron, "Utopia Revisited" by Johnny Scott, "Billowing Sails" by Steve Gray, and "Stargazing" by Francis Monkman. LP, Vinyl record album
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✨✧ Brian BennettDrama Montage Vols 1 & 2 ... CD
Bruton Music/Vocalion (UK), 1978/1979. New Copy 2 CDs ... Out Of Stock
Hard-driving work from UK sound library hero Brian Bennett – an artist who gave us so much great funky work at the start of the 70s, and who's still going strong here at the other end of the decade! Both records are mighty nice – a mixture of familiar funk with some deeper tones that are equally compelling – almost with the full flourish of a film soundtrack in scope,a nd with a good focus on some of the strongest standout numbers, which are occasionally presented with a bit of variation. Instrumentation is a mix of keyboards, guitar, horns, and some great low-end elements – and the package features both albums, with titles that include "Eye Opener", "Girl Alone", "Pussy Foot", "In Danger", "Routine Check", "Villain", "Hip Joint", "Psychopath", "Thrash", and "Heavy Traffic". CD
 
 
 



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