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Richard Rogers - Can't Stop Loving You Krystal Klear Remixes
Richard Rogers
Can't Stop Loving You Krystal Klear Remixes
12" | 2018 | EU | Original (Sam)
9,99 €*
Release:2018 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
With its lush live string and horn section, Can’t Stop Loving You when originally released in 1990 was an immediate favorite in the UK, and represented famed House Producer Marshall Jefferson’s movement toward utilizing live instrumentation in his productions. The track was released right around the time the Kiss FM London launched as a legal radio station, and Richard was support talent at the radio station launch party in Hyde Park London that was headlined by fellow Chicagoans Ten City.
Thelonious Monk - OST Les Liasons Dangereuses 1960
Kreamcicle - Hold On
Hold On
12" | 1982 | EU | Reissue (Sam)
9,99 €*
Release:1982 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Organic Grooves
Stone cold 1982 NYC Boogie here from the mighty SAM Records catalogue!You cannot go wrong with this supreme cut from this short-lived group. "Hold On" was their first release and boasted the studio and mixing prowess of 2 of the most legendary figures in early 80's dance music - John "Jellybean" Benitez and Daryl Payne, both of whom were behind numerous club hits of the time and rightfully deserve a mention when talking about this particular influential era of music. "Jellybean" was the resident DJ at the infamous Funhouse in NYC and he went on to work with major artists including Deodato, Talking Heads, Madonna, The Pointer Sisters and many many more. Daryl Payne also turned in a serious amount of music and was behind such underground dance anthems as Sharon Redd's "Beat The Street", NV's "It's Alright", Elektrik Funk's "On A Journey" and a host of others! You know on this particular release the quality control is of the highest standard!If you're into that sparse, electronic and funky early 80's Boogie / electro Disco sound then you won't be disappointed with this one. A guaranteed floor-filler of the highest calibre! Reissued in conjunction with SAM records, New York City. Fully remastered with all original 1981 label artwork intact. File under - *Essential Disco*
Miles Davis - Ascenseur Pour L'Echafaud
Miles Davis
Ascenseur Pour L'Echafaud
10" | 1958 | EU | Reissue (Sam)
29,99 €*
Release:1958 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Organic Grooves
In 1957, Miles Davis is in Paris for an engagement at the Club Saint-Germain and a wonderful concert at the Olympia Theatre. Once in Paris, Miles came into contact with many members of the modern existentialist cultural environment in the neighborhood of Saint-Germain-des-Près. These include the director Louis Malle who had just finished his first movie : "Ascenseur Pour L'échafaud". Jean-Paul Rappeneau, a Jazz fan and Louis Malle's assistant at the time, suggested asking Miles Davis to create the film's soundtrack. A private sceening has been organized.On December 4 1957, Miles Davis brought three French Jazzmen - Barney Wilen on tenor saxophone, René Urtreger on piano, Pierre Michelot on bass and his american compatriot Kenny Clarke on drums - to the recording studio Le Poste Parisien without having them prepare anything. Miles Davis only gave the musicians a few rudimentary harmonic sequences he had assembled in his hotel room. This recording was made at night in a most informal atmosphere.The soundtrack was not released on it's own in the USA but ten songs from this soundtrack were released as one side of the album "Jazz Track" which received a 1960 Grammy nomination for Best Jazz Performance, Solo or Small Group."Ascenseur Pour L'échafaud" has become a great achievement of artistic excellence.
John Lewis & Sacha Distel - Afternoon In Paris
John Lewis & Sacha Distel
Afternoon In Paris
LP | 1957 | US | Reissue (Sam)
29,99 €*
Release:1957 / US – Reissue
Genre:Organic Grooves
It was in Paris that John Lewis co-led this 1956 date with Sacha Distel, a French guitarist who never became well known in the U.S. but commanded a lot of respect in French jazz circles. The same can be said about the other French players employed on "Afternoon In Paris" -- neither tenor saxophonist Barney Wilen nor bassist Pierre Michelot were huge names in the U.S., although both were well known in European jazz circles. With Lewis on piano, Distel on guitar, Wilen on tenor, Michelot or Percy Heath on bass, and Kenny Clarke or Connie Kay on drums, the part-American, part-French group of improvisers provides an above-average bop album that ranges from "Willow Weep For Me", "All The Things You Are", and "I Cover The Waterfront" to Milt Jackson's "Bags' Groove" and Lewis' title song. The big-toned Wilen was only 19 when "Afternoon In Paris" was recorded, but as his lyrical yet hard-swinging solos demonstrate, he matured quickly as a sax man. A mythic LP and one of the best recorded in France!!!
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