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Buffalo Brothers – Fresh From The Horn
Friday, November 6th, 2015 | Posted in Products | Comments Off on Buffalo Brothers – Fresh From The Horn

Image: 1600735 “Fresh From The Horn” ist das Debütalbum der aus UK stammenden Buffalo Brothers. Es umfasst vor allem Elemente des Heavy Funk, Jazz und Afrobeat der 60er und ist eine aufregende erste Platte, welche sich bereits vor Live-Publikum und im DJ-Einsatz bewährt hat. Die Buffalo Brothers haben nicht nur die Aufmerksamkeit von Craig Charles auf sich gezogen, der sie in seiner Live Club Night bei Manchesters “Band On The Wall” spielen ließ und auf Radio 2 und Radio 6 in seinen Shows präsentierte, sie tourten mit ihrer Liveshow auch durch ganz UK (u.a. beim “Kendal Calling” Festival), spielten als Support für Huey Morgan im Londoner “Blue Kitchen2 und eröffneten unter tobendem Beifall das 20. “Manchester Jazz Festival”.

Reaktionen:
“Ich bin ein großer Fan dieses Manchester-Outfit’s – sie haben eine großartige Platte veröffentlicht.” – Craig Charles, Funk and Soul Show, BBC 6 Music
“Die Funk Band Buffalo Brothers haben perfekt reingepasst mit ihrem Set, dass das Publikum in Wallung und zum Tanzen brachte.” – Andy Cronshaw, Manchester Evening News Available from 11.12.2015

Conway The Machine – Bullet (EP+MP3)
Tuesday, September 27th, 2016 | Posted in Products | Comments Off on Conway The Machine – Bullet (EP+MP3)

Image: 1606617 Conway and his brother Westside Gunn can boast of being the first to have put the city of Buffalo on the map of Hip Hop.
In a very short time, the two brothers have won the favour of the greatests like Dj Premier, The Alchemist and Apollo Brown among others. But they also multiply the collabs like this 4 track EP + remixes and instrumental coming out on EFFISCIENZ and produced entirely by Mil.

TRACKLISTING LP :
FACE A

A1 Just Gangsta
A2 Just Gangsta (No Mercy Version)
A3 Just Gangsta (instrumental)
A4 Just Gangsta (No Mercy Version) (instrumental)

FACE B

B1 To The Street
B2 To The Street (9mm Version)
B3 To The Street (instrumental)
B4 To The Street (9mm Version) (instrumental)

The rap is atmospheric and the lyrics are those of a bandit as Conway says it in the first joint “Just Gangsta”. The second track “To the streets” is an ode to the street where the rapper battles with his demons. Such as when he was shot, leaving him with scars and a hardly concealable facial paralysis.
On the musical side, Mil provides the perfect atmosphere for this record. Thus, the producer perfectly maintains the high performance he did on the last project of the legendary band from Cincinnati “Mood” which he entirely produced. The sound is sometimes disturbing and grimey like the cold streets of this city from the New York state, but also terribly melodious as this somptuous jazz version that gives an entirely new note to the original title.
This project surprises us like a bullet, not by the speed of the emcees flow, neither by the bpm of the beats, but as a release coming out of nowhere, like a murderous trap set up to the Rap game between Buffalo & Paris. Available from 25.11.2016

Various – Wayfaring Strangers – Cosmic American Music (2LP)
Friday, February 5th, 2016 | Posted in Products | Comments Off on Various – Wayfaring Strangers – Cosmic American Music (2LP)

Image: 1602127 As progenitor and contemptuous poster boy for the music that came to be Cosmic American, Gram Parsons found himself mired in a recording career spent mostly in scouting the perimeters of chart success. “He hated country-rock,” Parsons collaborator Emmylou Harris would later reflect. “He thought that bands like the Eagles were pretty much missing the point.” Parsons had been orbiting the idea of Cosmic American Music for some time. In ‘68, he’d parted ways with the Byrds and was looking to take air with a new project. “It’s basically a Southern soul group playing country and gospel-oriented music with a steel guitar” he told Melody Maker, on the subject of The Flying Burrito Brothers. So it was that when A&M’s Burrito Brothers debut The Gilded Palace of Sin made it to shelves in February of 1969, early adherents to the Cosmic American gospel were already echoing its message from areas flanking Gram Parsons’ Southern California hills and canyons. There was F.J. McMahon in coastal Santa Barbara, Mistress Mary further inland in Hacienda Heights, and Plain Jane of Albuquerque, New Mexico, each responding by committing their own private readings to tape before for day one of the 1970s. Parsons himself might’ve disdained them, had he even been aware of such minor ripples, shimmering at the edges of his desert oasis. But these were true believers all the same, given over fully to his roots music concept, each filling vinyl grooves with non-rock instrumentation like fiddle, banjo, and pedal steel guitar, the last undoubtedly Cosmic American Music’s most distinguishing stringed signifier.

Only too predictably, big labels did the grunt work of confining and defining the movement, as ABC, United Artists, RCA, and more played catch-up with Asylum’s raptor rock juggernaut, via backwoods crossover also-rans with names like Gladstone, American Flyer, and Silverado. Twang reigned, the shitkickers kicked shit, and the vaguely western-sounding guitar records piled up. Country-rock became “the dominant American rock style of the 1970s,” as Peter Doggett’s comprehensive Are You Ready for the Country put it much later. Wayfaring Strangers: Cosmic American Music picks up and dusts off golden ingots from the dollar-bin detritus of that domination, to reconstruct events as seen from the genre’s real Wild West—America’s one-off private press label substructure.

Tracklisting

1. Jimmy Carter and Dallas County Green – Travelin’
2. Mistress Mary – And I Didn’t Want You
3. Plain Jane – You Can’t Make It Alone
4. Dan Pavlides – Lily Of The Valley
5. Angel Oak – I Saw Her Cry
6. Kathy Heidiman – Sleep A Million Years
7. Deerfield – Me Lovin’ You
8. Arrogance – To See Her Smile
9. Jeff Cowell – Not Down This Low
10. Kenny Knight – Baby’s Back
11. The Black Canyon Gang – Lonesome City
12. Allan Wachs – Mountain Roads
13. Mike and Pam Martin – Lonely Entertainer
14. Bill Madison – Buffalo Skinners
15. White Cloud – All Cried Out
16. Ethel-Ann Powell – Gentle One
17. Sandy Harless – I Knew Her Well
18. F.J. McMahon – The Spirit of the Golden Juice
19. Doug Firebaugh – Alabama Railroad Town Available from 25.03.2016

Plant Life
Friday, November 26th, 2004 | Tags:
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Bored with the constraints of existing genres, Plant Life set out to break down the barriers between hip hop, soul, rock and good old fashioned funk music. In the tradition of legendary funk and soul godfathers like James Brown, George Clinton, Sly Stone & Prince, Plant Life serves up a healthy dose of sensuality and politics while providing a groove strong enough to shake the system to its core. Consisting of Jack Splash (lead vocals, instrumentation & production), Panda One (instrumentation & production), Dena Deadly (vocals) and Rashida The Beautiful (DJ and background vocals), Plant Life have created a musical soundscape that critics are considering an instant classic …

Shawn Lee
Tuesday, August 31st, 2004 | Tags:
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Taking inspiration from classic library records produced by companies like Music de Wolfe and KPM, Ubiquity presents a new series of Studio Sessions albums.

The first release “Music And Rhythm” is produced by Shawn Lee who will be known to breaks n’beats collectors as the man behind “The Ape Breaks” and “Planet of the Breaks” series which were sampled by everyone from Guru to The Gorillaz. As a multi-instrumentalist and singer he has played and recorded with a diverse range of artists including Coldcut, Leeann Rhimes, Martina Mcbride, UNKLE, Tony Joe White, Chateau flight, The Dust Brothers, St. Etienne, Jeff Buckley, Bomb the Bass, The Spice Girls, and Natasha Atlas not to mention solo records for Talkin Loud and Wall of Sound imprint We Love You …

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