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V.A. - Instrumental Gems Volume 1: Spanish Funk & Groove 1974/1977
A1Gregorio Garcia Segura - Harlem Pop
A2Los Brandis Con Maria Nevada - Life's Song
A3Lin Barto - Sax Pop
A4Blas & His Friends - Supermarket
A5Jorge Enrique - Go Go
A6Roberto Serrano - Retorno
A7Rafael Martinez - Funny Comics
B1Orquesta A Latorre - Hotel Don Felipe
B2Orquesta Miramar - Pop Song
B3Conjunto Nueva Onda - A Su Aire
B4Ramon Gil - Mercurio
B5Mesie Bato - Violeta
B6Red-Key - Morning
B7Unidades - Caballo Salvaje

Instrumental Gems Volume 1: Spanish Funk & Groove 1974/1977

Adarce | Item No: 712339
Vinyl LP | 2020 / UK – Original | New
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Item Description
· This compilation features the rarest and unknown instrumental tracks of that Funky Groove early
· Light music along with wind section and keyboard ready to hit the dance-floor, that we call Spanish-
· Composers, musicians & arrangers like Gregorio García Segura, Rafael Martínez, Antonio Barco,
Antonio Latorre, Jaime Botey, etc.

During the 70s, an important number of orchestras and dance bands popped up in our country but not many of them released their own songs or covers on vinyl, so we can’t say that our music library has bulky volumes, rather it’s just the opposite. You have to dig deep in the catalogue of obscure record labels to find some quality pieces, which we will usually attribute to Tinglado 13, Conjunto Nueva Onda, The Matches, Conjunto Don Pelegrin, Rafael Martínez, Carlos de Ros, Salgado y su Grupo, Mesié Bató, Pedro González, Jorge Enrique. Most orchestras played bossa nova, soul, some lounge and easy listening, and a usual mix of light music with wind section and keyboards, something like “spanish-soul” or “rhythm'n'blues-pasodoble”.
It was a time when the bands survived playing shows with a repertoire based, mostly, on Spanish popular songs and international hits.
Many artists recorded with nicknames, many others used licensed songs paying rights to the original authors and some orchestras changed their names when they pressed their records, in an attempt to appear modern or simply for pure commercial purposes, that's why it is difficult to trace accurately
the musical path of many of these artists. This scene was especially intense in Aragon and Catalonia, where a bunch of labels emerged, often simply as platforms for bands to promote their own music.
This compilation aims to discover to a wider audience some of the most sought-after instrumental gems by discjokeys and disco music collectors, eager for soul, groove and hot sounds
Item Details
Item No:712339
Titel:Instrumental Gems Volume 1: Spanish Funk & Groove 1974/1977
Format:Vinyl LP, Vinyl, LP
Pressing:UK – Original
Release Date:2020
Genre:Organic Grooves
Style:Funk / Soul, Latin / Brazil
Available since:18.02.2020
Price:27,99 €
Weight:250g (plus 250g Packaging)
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