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✨✧ June ChikumaMidas Touch ... LP
Star Creature, Early 90s. New Copy ... $18.99 21.99
A really cool album from June Chikuma – an artist best known for video game work, most famously the score for Bomberman Hero – heard here in a host of great cuts pulled from her archives! There's a nice mix of electric and acoustic elements going on in the music – keyboards, drum programs, and other bits from June – mixed with live violin, bass, and drums – and some other nice touches too – all with these lovely little themes that take off from Japanese modes of the 80s – sometimes a bit like instrumental city pop, sometimes with elements of the more tuneful electronic instrumental work of the period. Titles include "Still Life", "Le Train", "Midas Touch", "Back In My Arms", "Alpine Plant", and "Something Is Technically Wrong". LP, Vinyl record album
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VariousUndercurrents – From The Joseph Weinberger, Programme Music, & Impress Libraries 1967 to 1985 ... LP
Buried Treasure (Germany), Late 60s/1970s/Early 80s. New Copy ... $13.99 29.99
Nearly 20 years of work from some of the more obscure sound library labels on the European scene – served up here in a blend of modes that moves between heavy funk, jazzier grooves, and some more atmospheric keyboard-heavy tracks – all of which we're not sure we've ever heard before! There's a few names here you might recognize from soundtrack, jazz, or studio work – mixed with others that are a new discovery to our ears – and the range of sounds is wonderful, with a very fresh take on the world of sound library music – all of it groovy, none of it dark, yet still pretty different. Titles include "Eastern Sunset" and "Move & Counter Move" by Bob Downes, "Make No Bones" and "Jack Knife" by Midas Touch, "Crossflow One" and "Primitive Signal" by Tim Cross, "Awakening" by Bill Geldard, "The Real McCoy" by Peter Thomas, "Rock Minus Zero" by Pete Smith, "Water Reactor" by Harold Fischer, "Tape Work" by Derek Austin, and "Evening Prayer" by Narash Sohal. LP, Vinyl record album
 
 
 



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