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Sorry about not re-posting. I've an illness in my family, but I will reply to all ASAP. For the time being, my beautiful friend, Eva is helping me out. Thank you for your understanding...Paul

25.9.07

Puppet Jazz


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Puppet Jazz -- Rare Jazz, Funk, & Soul Instrumentals From West Germany In The 60s & 70s - 2005 - Sonorama (Germany)

Here is an absolutely superb collection of phasered funky & groovy tracks of the 60's & 70's from various German music libraries. Rarity of the work aside, though, the tunes are totally great - and really hard-hitting in a heavily electric vibe. Most numbers have really heavy drums coming into play with fuzzed out guitars, tripped out keyboards, and some occasional larger arrangements as well -- and there's often this cool flanged-out production on the tunes that further enforces the spacey quality of their grooves, in a way that makes for a really unique batch of tracks! . An absolute top quality compilation and an absolute must-own!

TRACKS

01. Don't Play That Game 1 - Klaus Weiss
02. UFO Invasion - Gerhard Narholz
03. Intercity - Fred Rabold
04. Brass Glitter - Ambros Seelos
05. Wake Up In The Morning - Edgar Schlepper
06. Sax On The Rocks - Gus Brendel
07. BL Special - Berry Lipman
08. Madison Square 1 - Eugen Illin
09. Last Time - Joe Haider
10. Watch Out 3 - Klaus Weiss
11. Exotic Drums - Berry Lipman
12. Beach Buggy - Bob Elger
13. Soul Lady - Klaus Esser
14. Easter Afternoon - Ady Zehnpfennig

REVIEW

Heavy funk from the German scene of the 70s -- and a whopping batch of tunes that were never issued to the public at large! Most of the work on this set is from obscure sound library sources -- recordings that were done by top-shelf players of the time, but only for use in broadcast media, and never distributed properly on record. Rarity of the work aside, though, the tunes are totally great -- and really hard-hitting in a heavily electric vibe. Most numbers have really heavy drums coming into play with fuzzed out guitars, tripped out keyboards, and some occasional larger arrangements as well -- and there's often this cool flanged-out production on the tunes that further enforces the spacey quality of their grooves, in a way that makes for a really unique batch of tracks! Titles include "Wake Up In The Morning" by Edgar Schlepper, "Sax On The Rocks" by Gus Brendel, "Brass Glitter" by Ambros Seelos, "Intercity" by Fred Rabold, "UFO Invasion" by Gerhard Narholz, "Don't Play That Game" by Klaus Weiss, "Madison Square" by Eugen Illin, "Last Time" by Joe Haider, "Watch Out 3" by Klaus Weiss, "Exotic Drums" by Berry Lipman, and "Soul Lady" by Klaus Esser.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Sounds like a hoot, but that link is dead, a.o.o.f.c.; is arepost possible? Thanks!

-->D.Moose

A.O.O.F.C said...

Hey! -->D.Moose. Welcome back! New link in 1-2 days. Check back soon...Thanks

A.O.O.F.C said...

LINK

Anonymous said...

THANKS A.O.O.F.C.! I just caught the repost! looking forward to hearing it! thanks again!

-->D.Moose

A.O.O.F.C said...

Hi! -->D.Moose! Welcome back. What is your opinion of album?