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Maeng Won-Sik & His Jazz Orchestra - A Night At Seongbulsa
Maeng Won-Sik & His Jazz Orchestra
A Night At Seongbulsa
LP | 2018 | US | Original (Beat Ball)
27,74 €* 36,99 € -25%
Release:2018 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
24bit 96kHz remastered from the original master tapes. 180g heavy weight vinyl. Newly designed artwork by Lee Jae-min. Maeng Won-sik is a musician who began his professional career as a saxophonist and arranger. He is a major figure in the history of Korean gayo, having conducted and arranged music for large-scale shows of various popular singers (Hye-euni, Hah Chun-hwa, the Hee Sisters) from the 1970s to the 1980s. Additionally, he delved deeply into the project of modernizing / jazz-ifying traditional Korean songs (gagok) and folk tunes, producing a plentiful works as a result. This is a Beatball Pops Koreana reissue of one of the culminations of Maeng’s musical efforts, as originally released by Daesung Records. The tracks here include tunes that were arranged by Maeng during the late 1960s and recorded / released during the mid-early 1970s, meticulously remastered using the original master tapes from Daesung Records. The record showcases Maeng’s ingenious interpretations of gagok and folk songs into the big band / boogaloo style, and represents a restoration of a once- forgotten page in Korean jazz history. This work is an important testament to the history of big band jazz during the 1970s in Korea.
Lee Pen-Geun & Korean Jazz Quintet '78 - Plays Arirang & Other Assorted Classics Black Vinyl Edition
Lee Pen-Geun & Korean Jazz Quintet '78
Plays Arirang & Other Assorted Classics Black Vinyl Edition
LP | 2018 | US | Original (Beat Ball)
36,99 €*
Release:2018 / US – Original
Genre:Organic Grooves
40th anniversary reissue. Extensive liner notes on 12 page booklet in English. Newly designed artwork by Jaime Zuverza. The 40th anniversary repackage edition of Lee Pan-geun and the KJQ ’78, which marked the beginning of contemporary Korean jazz, is finally here. This masterpiece is a miraculous work of spiritual jazz that was created amid a virtual void of jazz music in Korea at the time. The record was created by Lee Pan-geun, the Osaka-born bassist and arranger who was active in Korea’s jazz scene, upon encouragement by jazz lover and producer Uhm Jin, who was also raised in Japan. Arranged and directed by Lee Pan-geun, the album was recorded by a band that included Son Soo-kil (p), Kim Soo-yeol (sax), Kang Dae-gwan (tp), Choi Se-jin (dr), and bass by the studio session man Lee Soo-young. As virtually no other jazz recordings were taking place at the time in Korea, the album was recorded in a rock band / gayo style, which has resulted in a unique work that sounds unlike anything one could have expected. Because of this, tinges of post-bop, spiritual jazz, jazz rock coexist within this album. Although it went largely unrecognized at the time of its release, a reappraisal has begun in Korea and Japan after its first reissue in 2015. For the 40th anniversary of the album’s recording, the current reissue features new artwork. Listeners who’ve missed the first reissue should not pass up this new opportunity.
Kim Ji-Yeon & Revival Cross - My Heart Wavers Red & Black Splatter Colored Edition
Kim Ji-Yeon & Revival Cross
My Heart Wavers Red & Black Splatter Colored Edition
LP | 2018 | US | Original (Beat Ball)
43,99 €*
Release:2018 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Korean Import. Red/Black Splatter & Blue/Pink Splatter color vinyl. Heavy tip-on gate-folded sleeve. 2 bonus tracks included. ‘A Masterpiece that embodies the musical ideals of Hahm Joong-ah as a band leader in the 1970s’. This record is the masterpiece recorded by Hahm Joong-ah, a talented guitarist and composer influenced by Shin Joong- hyun, under the newly-formed project ‘Revival Cross’ following the breakup of his first band, the Golden Grapes (LITA065). It features vocals by singer Kim Ji-yeon, who was well-known for her collaboration with Shin Joong-hyun’s acid rock unit, the Men. That the record was fronted by a female singer and that the instrumentation features prominent string & reed parts were uncommon for Korean rock bands at the time – this appear to have been influenced by the works of Kim Jung- mi / Lim Ah-young which were produced by Hahm’s mentor, Shin Joong-hyun. The album kicks off with the title tracks driven by a funky rhythm part, ‘My Heart Wavers’ and ‘Please Smile’. Other acid-tinged tracks, such as ‘When Night Falls on the Beach’ and ‘Green Planet’, are hidden treasures that might be referred to as ‘slow psychedelic jams’. In particular, ‘Green Planet’ stands out as one of the very few prog-psychedelic tunes in Korean rock history, and the merits of its experimental composition is long overdue for re-appreciation. Because the album was too experimental for the production company’s liking at the time of its release in 1974, it was distributed only for promotional use. This has caused the original vinyl press of this title to become one of the most prominent ‘holy grail’ finds for collectors. This record is a must-listen for fans of Shin Joong-hyun’s works and the psychedelia masterpieces of Kim Jung-mi.
Kim Ji-Yeon & Revival Cross - My Heart Wavers Blue & Pink Splatter Colored Edition
Kim Ji-Yeon & Revival Cross
My Heart Wavers Blue & Pink Splatter Colored Edition
LP | 2018 | US | Original (Beat Ball)
43,99 €*
Release:2018 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Korean Import. Red/Black Splatter & Blue/Pink Splatter color vinyl.Heavy tip-on gate-folded sleeve. 2 bonus tracks included. ‘A Masterpiece that embodies the musical ideals of Hahm Joong-ah as a band leader in the 1970s’. This record is the masterpiece recorded by Hahm Joong-ah, a talented guitarist and composer influenced by Shin Joong- hyun, under the newly-formed project ‘Revival Cross’ following the breakup of his first band, the Golden Grapes (LITA065). It features vocals by singer Kim Ji-yeon, who was well-known for her collaboration with Shin Joong-hyun’s acid rock unit, the Men. That the record was fronted by a female singer and that the instrumentation features prominent string & reed parts were uncommon for Korean rock bands at the time – this appear to have been influenced by the works of Kim Jung- mi / Lim Ah-young which were produced by Hahm’s mentor, Shin Joong-hyun. The album kicks off with the title tracks driven by a funky rhythm part, ‘My Heart Wavers’ and ‘Please Smile’. Other acid-tinged tracks, such as ‘When Night Falls on the Beach’ and ‘Green Planet’, are hidden treasures that might be referred to as ‘slow psychedelic jams’. In particular, ‘Green Planet’ stands out as one of the very few prog-psychedelic tunes in Korean rock history, and the merits of its experimental composition is long overdue for re-appreciation. Because the album was too experimental for the production company’s liking at the time of its release in 1974, it was distributed only for promotional use. This has caused the original vinyl press of this title to become one of the most prominent ‘holy grail’ finds for collectors. This record is a must-listen for fans of Shin Joong-hyun’s works and the psychedelia masterpieces of Kim Jung-mi.
Kim Ji-Yeon & Revival Cross - My Heart Wavers Black Edition
Kim Ji-Yeon & Revival Cross
My Heart Wavers Black Edition
LP | 2018 | US | Original (Beat Ball)
35,99 €* 39,99 € -10%
Release:2018 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Korean Import. Red/Black Splatter & Blue/Pink Splatter color vinyl. Heavy tip-on gate-folded sleeve. 2 bonus tracks included. ‘A Masterpiece that embodies the musical ideals of Hahm Joong-ah as a band leader in the 1970s’. This record is the masterpiece recorded by Hahm Joong-ah, a talented guitarist and composer influenced by Shin Joong- hyun, under the newly-formed project ‘Revival Cross’ following the breakup of his first band, the Golden Grapes (LITA065). It features vocals by singer Kim Ji-yeon, who was well-known for her collaboration with Shin Joong-hyun’s acid rock unit, the Men. That the record was fronted by a female singer and that the instrumentation features prominent string & reed parts were uncommon for Korean rock bands at the time – this appear to have been influenced by the works of Kim Jung- mi / Lim Ah-young which were produced by Hahm’s mentor, Shin Joong-hyun. The album kicks off with the title tracks driven by a funky rhythm part, ‘My Heart Wavers’ and ‘Please Smile’. Other acid-tinged tracks, such as ‘When Night Falls on the Beach’ and ‘Green Planet’, are hidden treasures that might be referred to as ‘slow psychedelic jams’. In particular, ‘Green Planet’ stands out as one of the very few prog-psychedelic tunes in Korean rock history, and the merits of its experimental composition is long overdue for re-appreciation. Because the album was too experimental for the production company’s liking at the time of its release in 1974, it was distributed only for promotional use. This has caused the original vinyl press of this title to become one of the most prominent ‘holy grail’ finds for collectors. This record is a must-listen for fans of Shin Joong-hyun’s works and the psychedelia masterpieces of Kim Jung-mi.
Lee Pen-Geun & Korean Jazz Quintet '78 - Plays Arirang & Other Assorted Classics Peach Colored Vinyl Edition
Lee Pen-Geun & Korean Jazz Quintet '78
Plays Arirang & Other Assorted Classics Peach Colored Vinyl Edition
LP | 2018 | US | Original (Beat Ball)
40,99 €*
Release:2018 / US – Original
Genre:Organic Grooves
40th anniversary reissue. Peach Splatter color vinyl. Extensive liner notes on 12 page booklet in English. Newly designed artwork by Jaime Zuverza. The 40th anniversary repackage edition of Lee Pan-geun and the KJQ ’78, which marked the beginning of contemporary Korean jazz, is finally here. This masterpiece is a miraculous work of spiritual jazz that was created amid a virtual void of jazz music in Korea at the time. The record was created by Lee Pan-geun, the Osaka-born bassist and arranger who was active in Korea’s jazz scene, upon encouragement by jazz lover and producer Uhm Jin, who was also raised in Japan. Arranged and directed by Lee Pan-geun, the album was recorded by a band that included Son Soo-kil (p), Kim Soo-yeol (sax), Kang Dae-gwan (tp), Choi Se-jin (dr), and bass by the studio session man Lee Soo-young. As virtually no other jazz recordings were taking place at the time in Korea, the album was recorded in a rock band / gayo style, which has resulted in a unique work that sounds unlike anything one could have expected. Because of this, tinges of post-bop, spiritual jazz, jazz rock coexist within this album. Although it went largely unrecognized at the time of its release, a reappraisal has begun in Korea and Japan after its first reissue in 2015. For the 40th anniversary of the album’s recording, the current reissue features new artwork. Listeners who’ve missed the first reissue should not pass up this new opportunity.
Lee Pen-Geun & Korean Jazz Quintet '78 - Plays Arirang & Other Assorted Classics Blue & Pink Splatter Colored Vinyl Edition
Lee Pen-Geun & Korean Jazz Quintet '78
Plays Arirang & Other Assorted Classics Blue & Pink Splatter Colored Vinyl Edition
LP | 2018 | US | Original (Beat Ball)
38,99 €*
Release:2018 / US – Original
Genre:Organic Grooves
40th anniversary reissue. Trans Blue color vinyl. Extensive liner notes on 12 page booklet in English. Newly designed artwork by Jaime Zuverza. The 40th anniversary repackage edition of Lee Pan-geun and the KJQ ’78, which marked the beginning of contemporary Korean jazz, is finally here. This masterpiece is a miraculous work of spiritual jazz that was created amid a virtual void of jazz music in Korea at the time. The record was created by Lee Pan-geun, the Osaka-born bassist and arranger who was active in Korea’s jazz scene, upon encouragement by jazz lover and producer Uhm Jin, who was also raised in Japan. Arranged and directed by Lee Pan-geun, the album was recorded by a band that included Son Soo-kil (p), Kim Soo-yeol (sax), Kang Dae-gwan (tp), Choi Se-jin (dr), and bass by the studio session man Lee Soo-young. As virtually no other jazz recordings were taking place at the time in Korea, the album was recorded in a rock band / gayo style, which has resulted in a unique work that sounds unlike anything one could have expected. Because of this, tinges of post-bop, spiritual jazz, jazz rock coexist within this album. Although it went largely unrecognized at the time of its release, a reappraisal has begun in Korea and Japan after its first reissue in 2015. For the 40th anniversary of the album’s recording, the current reissue features new artwork. Listeners who’ve missed the first reissue should not pass up this new opportunity.
Locust - I Told You So Porcelain Colored Vinyl Edition
Locust
I Told You So Porcelain Colored Vinyl Edition
LP | 2018 | US | Original (Beat Ball)
31,99 €* 39,99 € -20%
Release:2018 / US – Original
Genre:Reggae / Dancehall
24bit 96kHz remastered from the original master tapes. 180g heavy weight vinyl on porcelain color. Gate-folded sleeve with 4 page color insert. This is the monumental psychedelic / progressive rock album by the 5-piece band Locust, who burst onto the scene by
winning the 3rd ‘Youth Gayo Festival’ held by TBC in 1981. Produced by Sanullim’s Kim Chang-hwan, this is the only album
by Locust, a band that is categorized as a belonging to the so-called ‘campus group sound’. Fronted by the colorfully
expressive vocals of Kim Tae-min, the band’s sound sets it apart and above those of its contemporary ‘campus’ units, with
lyrics that explore an aesthetic darkness beyond a youthful fantasticality, and symphonic song structures built around
psychedelic guitars and keyboards. Although less well-known compared to the successful ‘I Told You So’, ‘Shadows’ and
‘Night Path’ are brilliantly crafted prog-rock style works that are must-listen tracks. This is what Sanullim might have sounded
like if it were to fuse with the Savage Rose and Sandrose. This album is a unique expression of Korean 1980s rock that is
hard to find elsewhere in the world.
Locust - I Told You So Black Vinyl Edition
Locust
I Told You So Black Vinyl Edition
LP | 2018 | US | Original (Beat Ball)
27,74 €* 36,99 € -25%
Release:2018 / US – Original
Genre:Reggae / Dancehall
24bit 96kHz remastered from the original master tapes, 180g heavy weight vinyl on porcelain color, Gate-folded sleeve with 4 page color insert "This is the monumental psychedelic / progressive rock album by the 5-piece band Locust, who burst onto the scene by
winning the 3rd ‘Youth Gayo Festival’ held by TBC in 1981. Produced by Sanullim’s Kim Chang-hwan, this is the only album
by Locust, a band that is categorized as a belonging to the so-called ‘campus group sound’. Fronted by the colorfully
expressive vocals of Kim Tae-min, the band’s sound sets it apart and above those of its contemporary ‘campus’ units, with
lyrics that explore an aesthetic darkness beyond a youthful fantasticality, and symphonic song structures built around
psychedelic guitars and keyboards. Although less well-known compared to the successful ‘I Told You So’, ‘Shadows’ and
‘Night Path’ are brilliantly crafted prog-rock style works that are must-listen tracks. This is what Sanullim might have sounded
like if it were to fuse with the Savage Rose and Sandrose. This album is a unique expression of Korean 1980s rock that is
hard to find elsewhere in the world.
Kim Sung-Bae - Ritual Colored Vinyl Edition
Kim Sung-Bae
Ritual Colored Vinyl Edition
2LP | 2018 | US | Original (Beat Ball)
38,39 €* 47,99 € -20%
Release:2018 / US – Original
Genre:Organic Grooves
MP3 download voucher included. 180gram heavy weight double color vinyl. Kim Sung-bae is a jazz bassist and the leader of ILIL SOUND, a collective of jazz experimentalists. In addition to his activities with the free jazz ensemble, the Avant Trio, and as a member of saxophonist Kim Oki’s group, he has also pursued his solo work. , recorded in 2016, is Kim Sung-bae’s second solo effort. After encountering a gut ritual performed by the manshin Kim Geum-hwa, he stayed with her in Incheon for six months preparing for this album. Recorded with a six-person team including himself, was completed in a single day’s impromptu session on December 12th, 2015. (The session also featured a dancer – the video is available on the Beatball Youtube channel). As he explored traditional Korean shamanism, Kim sought to give musical form to inspirations from the gut performance by the manshin Kim Geum-hwa and her daughter. may be considered both a shamanistic expression of music and a work of experimentalism that includes jazz musicians - Kim Sung-bae foremost among them - traditional Korean musicians, and electronic music artists. The music is played within a state of deep concentration – much like a carefully-performed ritual – and has been meticulously recorded, imbuing the record with a unique energy and atmosphere that is uncommon on the usual jazz recording. Listeners in search of the most progressive and experimental Korean jazz will do well by enjoying this album.

Kim Dong-won: Korean Traditional Percussion & Voice
Kim Sung-wan: Alto Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone
Lee Ha-yoon: Piano
Pyo Jin-ho: Voice
Kwon Hyun-woo & WYM: Electronic Sound Design
Kim Sung-bae: Double Bass
Armando Trovajoli - 7 volte 7  colonna sonora
Armando Trovajoli
7 volte 7 colonna sonora
LP | 1968 | US | Reissue (Beat Ball)
31,99 €*
Release:1968 / US – Reissue
Genre:Film / TV
A classic score by legendary Armando Trovajoli for the comedy-action-spy movie directed in year 1968 by Michele Lupo and produced by Marco Vicario. Fresh off the big hits of the SEVEN GOLDEN MEN, producer Vicario hired again Armando Trovajoli for this motion picture. M° Trovajoli has created a very loungey soundtrack filled with blues and jazzy elements. The highly talented choir of I Cantori Moderni di Alessandroni plays an important role in the score, performing in its unique way. The composer has written a very cool Beat tune performed by the beat band The Casuals with a swinging London mood. This album has been carefully mastered using the original mono master tapes, with extra tracks not on the first pressing issued in 1968, one of them being a rare stereo mix.
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