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Vault Sessions 1

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1. Chains (feat Ron Wilson)
2. Electronic Debris
Side 2
1. Saspence
2. Nyte Light

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P'ti Sega EP

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First EP of the French duo with Pura Vida Sounds / Heavenly Sweetness, the start of a series dedicated to tropical music re-edit.This first volume is dedicated to Séga music from La Réunion.With drums, cowbells and humming sounds Underground bass, the duo crushes and punches the innocent “P’tit Courage” by Sulette to make a wonky warrior anthem.Another bass drum story which knocks out the times of the Disco Sega of Dominique MINGUI& Dera RAKOTOMAVO and pushes the cursors into the red for a powerful remix.

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11.00
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1. Sulette
Side 2
1. Disco Sega

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Black Romantic

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This is the third release from the upcoming "Romantic flight" album. The song acts as la lamentation for all serious melody makers, muses, and dancers with poetic vocals, deep strings, and ethereal melody.

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1. Black Romantic (vocal)
Side 2
1. Black Romantic (instrumental)

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Jam Alley/Bafana Bafana

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By 1995 Kwaito was already a well established and distinguishable sound compared to the International House Remixes that preceded. The tempo was slowed down, Soulful vocal samples were replaced by catchy and repetitive hooks and versus sang in vernacular. The new hit sound had a template and studios worked around the clock to pump fresh releases into the demanding market.After the successful 1995 release of Import mixes Vol 4, The Groove City team behind the productions now decided to venture into the territory of Mid Tempo. They would craft an album for a young frontman with the help of Kwaito pioneer Oscar Warona, and without much trouble, the team had their first hit on their hands. Filling the boots of their cars with copies of the cassettes and taking the stock to various townships around Johannesburg the tape quickly circulated and sold out every new batch that was printed. Demand was high for the release but as with much of the music at the time, the fast paced demand for the music moved on. Without a follow up release Scotch failed to ride the momentum built by the debut and remained largely unknown although he is still in the music industry to this day.Even with their first artist release being a success, the following years proved more difficult in reaching such a large audience for the Kaleidosound studio. With popularity for the genre growing, the simple templates for early classics were changing as Kwaito fused with hip hop. Rapping took over as the preferred vocals for the masses. Mysterious production teams and labels that served as guides for music lovers were eclipsed by frontmen and groups that could draw crowds. The fight for fresh sounds continued as the airwaves became the main battleground for artists and the more club oriented music was pushed back underground, eventually evolving into some of the earliest examples of Deep House seen on the continent. The Kaleidosound production team would finally strike gold again in 1997 when reviving Groove City for vol. 5 which acted as the debut for the newly formed group Chiskop. The group would become superstars of the new commercial era that followed, sparking solo careers for the members and creating some of the biggest hits the genre knew.To this day Scotch remains one of the best albums to come out of the golden era of Kwaito. Although it was outperformed by other groups from the time it has a special place for those who knew it and can still be found as a treasured piece in many collections. The various people involved created a one off fusion of sound that has remained fresh for 25 years. Playful lyrics over floaty grooves resulted in favourites like “Jam Alley” which uses catch phrases from the beloved TV show and “Bafana Bafana” guaranteed to get the boys on the dance floor. Here you have these two tracks taken from the album pressed on a club ready Maxi Single for the Deejays

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1. Jam Alley
Side 2
1. Bafana Bafana

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87-88-89 edits

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1. Holidays (with Dino Soccio)
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1. SOS
2. King Of A Beat

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Atlantic River Drive

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1. Atlantic River Drive
2. Where Are We Going?
Side 2
1. Where Are You Going? (SMBD Earthy mix)
2. Where Are You Going? (SMBD People dub)

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Jazz Carnival

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1. Jazz Carnival (LP mix)
Side 2
1. Jazz Carnival (Space Jazz mix - Global Communication remix)

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Les Mouches

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1. Les Mouches
2. Aquarelle
3. The Bounce
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1. Mont Maudit
2. Manauvers
3. L'Opuleance

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Funky Disco Music

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The latest vinyl slice from FBNM sees us head to the depths of central Africa via Paris to track down a feast of rare seventies afro funky jams from Cameroonian master musician EKO. We've brought FBNM favourite Riccio along for the journey too, who has provided us with a fantastic Rerub coaxing out some modern dancefloor sensibilities and production sparkle.Eko Roosevelt Louis has had a music career spanning over forty years, born the grandson of a Kribi tribal chief, his musical persuasion beginning humbly with his village's local church before his formal education at the Senegal conservatoire and Paris' École Normale de Musique. EKO made a number of jazz funk and disco records in the mid seventies during a stint recording and touring in and around France before returning to Cameroon to take over his grandfather's tribal chieftaincy, a role he still holds today! Alongside this position of office EKO has continued to work with music, performing, teaching and even leading Cameroon's national orchestra!The tracks we have selected for reissue are all taken from EKO's third album, Funky Disco Music which was recorded in Paris and released on his own Dragon Phenix imprint. Sung in a combination of English and EKO's native tongue we've lined up a real excursion in feel good afro-jazz, funk and soul made purely for dancing feet and boogying butts!All tracks have been officially licensed and lovingly remastered for this special release by Andreas [Lupo] Lubich (CALYX Berlin), packaged alongside Riccio's sympathetic work in the cutting room on 12" vinyl with a special interview with Eko Roosevelt Louis himself!

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1. Funky Disco Music
2. Ndolo Embe Mulema
3. Bowa'a Mba Ngebe
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2. Funky Disco Music (Riccio rerub)

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Pretty Face

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Originally released in 1987 ‘Pretty Face’ by Stinger J has become highly sought after in recent years,Stinger J was a one time alias used by Detroit Producer Kevin McCord, formerly of legendary American R n B and funk band One Way. As a writer & producer Kevin has had an illustrious musical career working with Alicia Myers (‘I Want To Thank You’), Oliver Cheatham (‘Get Down Saturday Night’) and Mariah Carey (‘Make It Happen’). Featuring the vocals of Jonathan Haywood, ‘Pretty Face’ is a melting pot of Soul, Disco, Garage and Detroit house. B Side ‘Wonder Land’ pairs the vocals of Jonathan Haywood with Kevin himself, a soulful ballad with classic 80’s production and live keys, strings and percussion. ‘Pretty Face’ is a unique example of an intended crossover record from a mainstream producer who soaked up the influences of his home town Detroit around the birth of House & Techno. Self released at the time on Kevin’s own Chance label, it was hard to get momentum without major label backing so the project fell by the wayside. Now officially reissued for the first time in partnership with Kevin McCord with Artwork by Bradley Pinkerton.

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1. Pretty Face (45" version)
2. Pretty Face (12" version)
3. Pretty Face (instrumental)
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1. Wonder Land (long vocal version)
2. Wonder Land (Groove version)
3. Wonder Land (45" version)

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