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2. King of the Road
5. Joseph Niessen und sein Orchester - High Life (Supertone S 211 - Germany 1965)
23. Theme from Black Orpheus (Roberto Delgado & His Orchestra – Caramba Vol. 2) - 1967
Amazing Funk Library LP featuring tones of Jazz-Funk and Psychedelic beats. The listener is constantly kept guessing as the music swings between Psych Funk, Esoteric Jazz and Cinematic/Love Themes then back again. Tracks like "Love For Sale", "Privacy", "Metropolis Notte" and "Dopping 2000" are simply timeless and go a long way to explaining why Cometa albums are so highly regarded. Sounds in here perfectly plunge in the universe of great 1970s music. Originally issued on Limited Edition serie for collectors, this gem has finally been repressed on HQ 180gr. vinyl with improved sound quality for the joy of audiophiles. Includes two previously unreleased tracks. Edition of 500 copies.Alessandro Alessandroni "INCHIESTA" LP (RE) 1977
Seriously wicked and really hard to find in its original edition, this superb sound Library brings the mark of the great, eclectic maestro Alessandro Alessandroni. The songs on this LP were originally composed for the broadcast of eight episodes made by RAI italian TV called “OPEN WINDOW". Many mid '70s Jazz-Funk/Scat themes full of samples, breaks and Funky tunes. Merged in this record you'll find heavy Funk-Drama tracks devoted to 1970s Poliziottesco's grooves interfering with slow Lounge Funk arrangements feat. sweet Scat vocals. Great brass, a sure winner! Originally issued on Limited Edition serie for collectors, this gem has been repressed on HQ 180gr. vinyl with improved sound quality for the joy of audiophiles. Includes one previously unreleased track. Edition of 500 copies.
TRASH ROCK MUSIC ARCHIVES
LP "Schnitzelbeat Volume 1 - I Love You Baby!" -- Twisted Rock 'n Roll, Exotica & Proto-Beat Unknowns From Austria 1957-1965
For the very first time, a compilation series brings you a comprehensive collection of raw, wild and untamed gems from Austria! Schnitzelbeat spells out how local visionaries in genuine teenager subcultures and on the fringes of mass compatible recording industries translated Rock 'n Roll, Exotica and the advent of Beat music into a local flavor of their own. Schnitzelbeat happened where HALBSTARKEN counterculture met flashy Popcorn Radio Rock, and where commercial orchestras and renowned Jazz legends went INCREDIBLY STRANGE...
Compiled by Al Bird Sputnik of Trash Rock Archives, all tracks on this compilation have never been reissued before and have been carefully remastered for your listening pleasure.
For the historically inclined, the LP comes with extensive liner notes in German and English in a 12 page LP sized booklet telling the history of Austrian Rock 'n Roll music as well as the stories of all featured recordings artists. In stock.
1. WERNER GAVAC- I love you baby! (1958)