7" | 1974 | FR | Reissue (Vadim)
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Release:1974 / FR – Reissue
This legendary 7”, no strangerto record hunters hungryfor powerful, unmistakably70s grooves, contains twoMade in France funk classics.Two, very different,examples of what the beststudio musicians could produceduring torrid sessionsdestined to provide the materialfor obscure library musicrecords, shiny disco projectsor unlikely exploitation 7 inches.Resonance, in the same wayas Arpadys or The Peppers(who co-signed the doublealbum the 7” comes from), isone of those phantom groupsbringing together visionaryproducers, gifted arrangers,wandering composers anderrant session men on thewildest projects. Here, it’sPierre Bachelet and Mat Camisonbehind the Bacsonalias and authors of these 2insane compositions. First,OK Chicago, clearly the bravadotrack. A 2’36 minutehigh speed funk chase destroyingeverything in its path.A kind of perfect theme tuneto an imaginary police seriesor cult blaxploitation film,stuffed with wah-wah guitars,booming bass, furious clavinetand crazy sirens. It’s hardto believe such an Americansounding track was producedin France. The B side maintainspace for the length of ashort trip in the Yellow Train.Hypnotic minimalism, emaciateddisco and cosmic phaserpush the groove towardsspecial visions and abstractbeats cult Italian DJ DanielBaldelli might covet. Essential!