A heavy-hitting collection of funk and jazz from one of the oldest and grooviest sound library labels on the European scene – the mighty Tele Music, home to a great array of artists and composers with a fair bit of experience in the worlds of jazz and soul! The collection is the first we've seen to really dig deep into the Tele Music catalog – and the songs within are every bit as great as material from KPM, DeWolfe, or better-known British libraries of the period – and, like their music, the tracks here were never officially issued to the public – just created behind closed doors
for use in soundtrack and broadcast during the 70s! The music runs from small combo jazz to fuller soul and club-styled grooves – and titles include "Moon To Light" by Michel Gonet, "Ballade Pour Une Basse" by Raymond Guiot & Guy Pedersen, "Yanco's Tune" by Janko Nilovic, "Aubergine Time" by Bernard Lubat, "Color Overture" by Mat Camison, "Loto Loterie" by Paul Piot, "Vocals Action" by Gabriel Yared, "Wild Trumpet" by Pierre Dutour, "Tic Tac Nocturne" and "Rallye Du Diable" by Bernard Estardy, "Boxing Joe" and "OK Chicago" by Mat Camison & Pierre Bachelet, "Radium One" by Sauveur Mallia, and "Sport Panorama" by David Roove.
(2019 compilation, with textured cover and heavy inner sleeves!)