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VariousAcid Jazz Classics – The Finest Club Jazz Tracks From The 90s Till Now ... CD
Irma (Italy), 1990s/Early 2000s. New Copy 2 CDs ... $18.99
The Irma label first started to brighten our life about 20 years ago – when the Italian imprint moves from club and house to the realm of funk and soul – standing strong as one of the first and best labels of the 90s to bring back the sounds of the 70s! True, the movement had first started with the UK labels Acid Jazz and Talking Loud – but by the mid 90s, they were flagging a bit – and Irma stepped into the fray with a huge amount of excellent recordings – lots of which you'll find in this excellent 2CD set! Don't let the "acid jazz" in the title throw you off – because this isn't outdated work at all, or gimmicky house tracks with jazz – and instead, most of these numbers rely strongly on the kind of older jazz, funk, and soul styles we love from the 70s – but take the music into a great new dimension. 2CD set features 30 tracks in all – including "Anamaria" by Key Tronics Ensemble, "Tribute To JB Family" by The LTJ Sound Machine, "Keep Yourself Together" by Gazzara, "Ever Gonna Make It" by Sarah Jane Morris, "Home Is Where The Hatred Is" by Bossa Nostra with Vicki Anderson, "The Ghetto" by Jestofunk with Fred Wesley & Ce Ce Rogers, "Airplane" by Black Mighty Orchestra, "Tokio Station" by Ohm Guru, "Spinning Wheel" by Capiozzo & Mecco, and "Amor Ideal" by Soul Quality Quartet. CD

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✨✧ VariousL'Aperitivo Italiano – The Real Cocktail Lounge Ultimate Collection (3CD set) ... CD
Irma (Italy), 2004. Used 3CD ... Out Of Stock
A very tasty little set put together by the folks at Irma Records – 3 CDs worth of music pulled together in tribute to the cocktail hours of the evening! The tunes are all of recent origin, but many are in the retro-styled mode that we've come to know as one of the best aspects of the Irma sound. Sonic bits from the 50s, 60s, and 70s are filtered into a more modern, more electronic setting – making for a great batch of space age sounds! Each CD runs for over an hour long, so you'll have more than enough music to take you through the hours of 7 to 10 in the evening! 40 tracks in all – with titles that include "Brazilian Jazz" by Slok, "Amarsi Un Po" by Bossa Nostra, "Virtual Bossa" by Guidoboni Quintet, "Mondo Negro" by Jestofunk, "Have Mercy" by Pluton Kids, "Portofino" by Live Tropical Fish, "Give Me Your Love" by Be Noir, "Solomillo" by Quironga, "Mazzedub" by Keen, and "Flauti Ensemble" by Marc 4. CD
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