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Pressure 75Meltdown ... CD
East Green (UK), 2016. Used ... $4.99
Heavy funk, with some 70s Afro touches too – served up with some help from the Mighty Mocambos, Spike Orchestra, The Snitch, and other deep funk combos too! The horns here are nice and heavy, but used in a way that's different from both familiar Afro Funk and Ethio-styled work too – more open-ended, and with some great jazzy solos at all the right moments – taking the place of any vocals, and really giving the songs a fresh sort of energy! Rhythms are very heavy at the bottom – standard drums mixed with congas, bongos, and other percussion – and the basslines sew things together, but keep things nice and loose, too – so that the individual musicians get a chance to step out strongly on their own. Titles include "Meltdown", "Red Sea", "Kurzzug", "Plan Of Attack", "Binturong", "Ajebutter", and "Standing On The Shoulders Of Giantslayers". CD
 
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Franco MicalizziDa Corleone A Brooklyn ... CD
Beat/Digitmovies (Italy), 1979. New Copy ... About July 6, 2020
A late 70s Italian cop soundtrack by Franco Micalizzi – his score for Umberto Lenzi's Da Corleone A Brooklyn! It's a 1979 film that came at the very end of busy decade in the Italian crime genre and also caps off the era of funk tinged film scores! The sound is a mix of orchestral touches of strings and occasional sweeping sound to funkier drums and keyboards, and movements from tense to suspenseful to more horns section spiked action scene oriented! 17 variations on the title theme. CD

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Franco MicalizziDa Corleone A Brooklyn ... LP
Beat/Digitmovies (Italy), 1979. New Copy ... About July 6, 2020
A late 70s Italian cop soundtrack by Franco Micalizzi – his score for Umberto Lenzi's Da Corleone A Brooklyn! It's a 1979 film that came at the very end of busy decade in the Italian crime genre and also caps off the era of funk tinged film scores! The sound is a mix of orchestral touches of strings and occasional sweeping sound to funkier drums and keyboards, and movements from tense to suspenseful to more horns section spiked action scene oriented! 17 variations on the title theme. LP, Vinyl record album
 
 
 



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