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Le Pacha

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These tracks were composed by Serge Gainsbourg at the height of his 60s cool when he was briefly going out with Brigitte Bardot and they were about to record the infamous first version of “Je T’aime Moi Non Plus.” All the tracks here are arranged by famed arranger Michel Colombier, who had been responsible for some of Gainsbourg's best songs (“Bonnie & Clyde” and “Harley Davidson”) and had also arranged Pierre Henry's classic "Psyche-Rock" around the same time (Check the similarity between "Psyche-Rock and the track with "Un Noel 67" on this set.). Many of these 60s nuggets blending 60s pop and psychedelia are doing their vinyl debut.This release includes the never-heard before full instrumental version of the "Requiem Pour Un Con" with its famous breakbeat and two bonus tracks from William Klein's 1968 film "Mister Freedom".It is pure undiluted Gainsbourg with his classic psyche-pop sound of the late 60s.First Ever LP releaseRemastered from the original tapes with two bonus trackLiner Notes featuring interview by cult French bass player Francis DarizcurenGatefold Sleeve featuring Artwork by famed Alternative Movie Poster designer Maxime Pecourt

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Side 1
1. Requiem Pour Un Con
2. Psychastenie
3. Joss A La Calvados
4. Batucada Meurtriere
5. Un Noel 67
6. Cadavre En Serie
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1. Psychastenie (version 2) 2. "Batucada Meurtriere" (version 2) 3. "Requiem Pour Un Con" (unreleased instrumental mix) 4. "No No Yes Yes" (bonus track) 5. "Freedom Baby" (bonus track)

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Ventura

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Side 1
1. Come Home (feat Andre 3000)
2. Make It Better (feat Smokey Robinson)
3. Reachin' 2 Much (feat Lalah Hathaway)
4. Winners Circle
5. Good Heels (feat Jazmine Sullivan)
Side 2
1. Yada Yada
2. King James
3. Chosen One (feat Sonyae Elise)
4. Jet Black (feat Brandy)
5. Twilight
6. What Can We Do? (feat Nate Dogg)

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Pat Thomas & Ebo Taylor

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Terrestrial Funk's second release welcomes Ghanaian legends Pat Thomas & Ebo Taylor. This reissue of their self-titled 1984 album is pure ethereal African groove. As spiritual as it is danceable, the LP has been hidden in obscurity compared to the duos other records, yet houses some of their deepest cuts. Pat's voice and Ebo's guitar have earned them widely successful solo careers that continue to give. Here their instruments meet as the heart and soul of Ghana.

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1. Oye Dodo
2. Bue Me
Side 2
1. Amponsah
2. Benya Amanze

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Troupeau Bleu

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Originally released 1975.

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1. La Rue
2. Automne (Colchiques)
3. L'Enfant Samba
4. Troupeau Bleu
5. Prelude
6. Go Round
Side 2
1. Chanson D'un Jour D'Hiver
2. Mary & Jeff
3. Huit Octobre 1971
4. Sabbat (part 1)
5. Sabbat (part 2)
6. Sabbat (part 3)
7. Madbass

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Demos (1973-75) Vol. 1

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Since their debut album release in 1975, Azymuth have risen to rank alongside the world’s greatest jazz, funk and fusion artists. As young men in Rio de Janeiro, they stood out for both their exceptional talent as musicians, and their wild rock ‘n’ roll antics in the predominantly middle-class worlds of bossa nova and jazz. Their signature ‘Samba Doido’ (crazy samba) sound ruptured the tried and tested musical structures of the day, resulting in what can only be described as an electric, psychedelic, samba jazz-funk hybrid.Before they became Azymuth, José Roberto Bertrami (keyboards), Ivan ‘Mamão’ Conti (drums), Alex Malheiros (bass) and Ariovaldo Contesini (percussion) played backing band to just about every major artist in Brazil. Bertrami was also contracted as an arranger and songwriter at some the biggest labels of the era: Polydor, Philips, Som Livre, and EMI being just a few. Azymuth’s name can be found on record sleeves by the likes of Jorge Ben, Elis Regina, Marcos Valle, Ana Mazzotti and countless others. But at the dawn of the seventies, fascinated by developments in improvisational music - from jazz in the US, to progressive rock in the UK and of course samba, bossa and tropicália on home turf - the energetic young group were inspired and ready to move forward. Any spare moment in which they weren’t in sessions and writing music for other artists, they would be carving out their own sound.These previously unheard recordings took place between 1973-75 at Bertrami’s home studio in the Laranjeiras district of Rio de Janeiro. At the time of recording, there was nothing in Brazil, less the world that sounded anything like them, so perhaps it’s unsurprising that when Bertrami presented his demos to the record companies he had been working for, he was turned away, and told in effect that the music was ‘wrong’.One of the demos ‘Manhã’ would be picked up by Som Livre and Azymuth released their seminal debut album in 1975. Throughout the late seventies and eighties, the group released a series of now classic albums for Milestone Records, before taking an indefinite hiatus to pursue their individual careers.When English producers Joe Davis and Roc Hunter arrived in Brazil in 1994 to record the first Azymuth album in over a decade, Bertrami dug out the demos which had sat virtually untouched for over twenty years. Joe recalls how he was “blown away by the freedom and intensity of the music, as well as the genius of the ideas musically.” Beginning a long and fruitful relationship, ‘Prefacio’ would be the first track Azymuth recorded for Far Out Recordings and was released on the Carnival album (1996).Along with ‘Manhã’ and ‘Prefacio’, only a handful of these demos were ever professionally recorded and released, making this the first opportunity to hear many of these early Azymuth compositions in their raw, original form.On every track the frenetic energy in the studio is palpable, giving the recordings a beautifully personal feel and a sense of the phenomenally creative vision Bertrami, Malheiros and Conti were realising at the time. Fifty years on, Azymuth’s earliest recorded music retains an ineffable, futuristic quality, standing amongst their most captivating and moving work. Volume 1:

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1. Prefacio
2. Castelo (version 1)
3. Melo Da Cuica
4. Xingo (version 1)
Side 2
1. Laranjeiras
2. Equipe 68
3. Unknown Jam
4. Unknown Song For Mario Telles

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Demos (1973-75) Vol. 2

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Since their debut album release in 1975, Azymuth have risen to rank alongside the world’s greatest jazz, funk and fusion artists. As young men in Rio de Janeiro, they stood out for both their exceptional talent as musicians, and their wild rock ‘n’ roll antics in the predominantly middle-class worlds of bossa nova and jazz. Their signature ‘Samba Doido’ (crazy samba) sound ruptured the tried and tested musical structures of the day, resulting in what can only be described as an electric, psychedelic, samba jazz-funk hybrid.Before they became Azymuth, José Roberto Bertrami (keyboards), Ivan ‘Mamão’ Conti (drums), Alex Malheiros (bass) and Ariovaldo Contesini (percussion) played backing band to just about every major artist in Brazil. Bertrami was also contracted as an arranger and songwriter at some the biggest labels of the era: Polydor, Philips, Som Livre, and EMI being just a few. Azymuth’s name can be found on record sleeves by the likes of Jorge Ben, Elis Regina, Marcos Valle, Ana Mazzotti and countless others. But at the dawn of the seventies, fascinated by developments in improvisational music - from jazz in the US, to progressive rock in the UK and of course samba, bossa and tropicália on home turf - the energetic young group were inspired and ready to move forward. Any spare moment in which they weren’t in sessions and writing music for other artists, they would be carving out their own sound.These previously unheard recordings took place between 1973-75 at Bertrami’s home studio in the Laranjeiras district of Rio de Janeiro. At the time of recording, there was nothing in Brazil, less the world that sounded anything like them, so perhaps it’s unsurprising that when Bertrami presented his demos to the record companies he had been working for, he was turned away, and told in effect that the music was ‘wrong’.One of the demos ‘Manhã’ would be picked up by Som Livre and Azymuth released their seminal debut album in 1975. Throughout the late seventies and eighties, the group released a series of now classic albums for Milestone Records, before taking an indefinite hiatus to pursue their individual careers.When English producers Joe Davis and Roc Hunter arrived in Brazil in 1994 to record the first Azymuth album in over a decade, Bertrami dug out the demos which had sat virtually untouched for over twenty years. Joe recalls how he was “blown away by the freedom and intensity of the music, as well as the genius of the ideas musically.” Beginning a long and fruitful relationship, ‘Prefacio’ would be the first track Azymuth recorded for Far Out Recordings and was released on the Carnival album (1996).Along with ‘Manhã’ and ‘Prefacio’, only a handful of these demos were ever professionally recorded and released, making this the first opportunity to hear many of these early Azymuth compositions in their raw, original form.On every track the frenetic energy in the studio is palpable, giving the recordings a beautifully personal feel and a sense of the phenomenally creative vision Bertrami, Malheiros and Conti were realising at the time. Fifty years on, Azymuth’s earliest recorded music retains an ineffable, futuristic quality, standing amongst their most captivating and moving work.

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1. Duro De Roer
2. Manha
3. Tempos Do Parana
4. Bateria Do Mamao
Side 2
1. Quem Tem Medo
2. Xingo (version 2)
3. Juntos Mais Uma Vez
4. Castelo (version 2)

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Sempre

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The original Rio beach boy returns with a new record of feel-good Brazilian music! Featuring Azymuth bassist Alex Malheiros (responsible for some of Brazil's all-time funkiest low-end licks), a horn section including Valle's go-to high-trumpeter Jesse Sadoc, and percussion master Armando Marcal, Sempre has all the masterful composition, exceptional musicality, and forward-thinking ideas you'd expect from the Brazilian titan.

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1. Vou Amanha Saber
2. Minha Roma
3. Alma
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1. Olha Quem Ta Chegando
2. Odisseia
3. Sempre
4. Distancia

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Dedication

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NEVER BEFORE RELEASED ON VINYL OUTSIDE OF JAPAN PACKAGED WITH A FULL-COLOR OBI-STRIPDedication by Herbie Hancock is an anomalous entry in the discography of the revered jazz-fusion keyboardist. The album was recorded over the course of a single day, in the middle of a tour of Japan at Koseinekin Hall in Tokyo, and for years would be available exclusively in Japan. Produced a month ahead of his 1974 studio album Thrust, the follow-up to his career-defining album Head Hunters, Dedication's tracks were noteworthy for how drastically different they were from the material that followed. Gone was the dangerously funked-out rhythm section goodness of the Headhunters; instead Hancock is alone, performing four solo pieces on grand piano, electric keys, and synthesizer.Side one features Hancock at his most introspective, featuring romantic, ballad-like takes on two of his 60s pieces: "Maiden Voyage", and "Dolphin Dance." Side two, on the other hand, is almost a polar opposite, utilizing early techno rhythms through Fender Rhodes electric keyboards, and the sample-and-hold features of the ARP 2600 synthesizer, rendering spacey, exploratory jams such as the original track "Nobu", and an electro-funky take on "Cantaloupe Island". (Two tracks which predicted Hancock's eventual electro-funk dominance in the 1980s.)A unique and momentous obscurity of Herbie Hancock's catalog, Dedication has never seen a vinyl release outside of Japan prior to now. Nearly 30 years later, Get On Down has sought to allay that, with a premium-grade Record Store Day reissue worthy of any jazz collector's archives, or any crate digger's armament.

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1. Maiden Voyage
2. Dolphin Dance
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1. Nobu
2. Cantaloupe Island

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Wahdon

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The highly sought-after 1978 album by lebanese diva Fairuz produced by her son Ziad Rahbani and featuring the cult arabic groove classic "Al Bostah."Following the reissue of Ziad Rahbani's "Abu Ali" album, Wewantsounds is pursue its exploration of great Lebanese music with the reissue of "Wahdon," released in 1978 by legendary Middle Eastern diva Fairuz and recorded during the Abu Ali sessions and including the Lebanese dancefloor cult classic “Al Bostah“.1978 is a turning point for the Lebanese Diva. The 70s had seen her rise as an international star, playing sold out concerts in the US and in Europe, and appearing on national TV in France. She had had a long-lasting artistic collaboration with her husband Assi Rahbani and his brother Elias (aka The Rahbani Brothers) who, together, had penned most of the singer's classics. In 1978, Assi who had suffered a brain haemorrhage in 1972 got weaker and the collaboration finally ended (together with their personal relationship). Their 22 year old son Ziad took over Fairuz's musical reins and set to work on their first album together, "Wahdon" ("Alone"), serving as her mother's producer, composer and musical director.Wahdon typifies this key moment in Fairuz's career when she switched from traditional to more modern arrangements. The first side of the album encapsulates the more traditional side of the singer with such mesmerising songs as "Habaitak Ta Neseet Al Naoum" ("I loved you so much i forgot to sleep") or "Ana Indi Haneen" ("I'm Nostalgic"), filled with gorgeous arabic strings and percussion.The Second side though is a whole different affair. Recorded in Athens at the EMI Greece studio at the same time as the Abu Ali sessions, the two long tracks brings a hipper, contemporary funk and disco feel that has made the album such a collector's item with DJs and diggers around the world. Clocking at almost nine minutes "Al Bostah" ("The Bus") tells the story a woman in love remembering a bus journey with her lover under a scorching heat, enhanced by an hypnotic uptempo funkified disco beat, while "Wahdon" brings a slower and jazzier underlay to Fairuz's superb singing. These tracks shocked some of the diva's fans at the time but they've since passed the test of time and have become highly sought after.Whadon has since become both a classic Fairuz album and a cult Ziad Rahbani production that Wewantsounds is delighted to bring to a wider audience for the first time.

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1. Habeytak Tansit Al Non
2. Baatilak
3. Ana Indi Haneen
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1. Al Bosta
2. Wahdon

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Alice Clark

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First official worldwide LP reissue of Alice Clark's highly sought-after Soul Jazz classic produced by Mainstream Records' Bob Shad in 1972. Featuring original artwork, remastered sound, repress without the booklet that was part of the limited RSD edition.When it comes to legendary albums, very few can match the cult status achieved on the international jazz and funk scene, by Alice Clark's eponymous album, recorded for Mainstream Records in 1972. The record which went unnoticed when it first came out has become one of the most sought-after albums ever since it became cult on the London jazz and funk scene in the late 80s. It is now being acknowledged as one of the best soul albums of all-times.Recorded live over two days at the Record Plant studios in New York City, the album was produced by Bob Shad and arranged by Jazz veteran Ernie Wilkins with a big band setting. The music is a superb mix of jazz and soul blessed by Clark's superb singing and including two all-time favourites, "Don't You Care" and "Never Did I Stop Loving You" plus a selection of heart-wrenching songs beautifully sung by Clark.Very little is known about Alice Clark and the legendary two-day session. All is known is she only ever recorded one album and passed away in the early 2000s. Wewantsounds will tell the Alice Clark story for the first time and give a unique insight into the birth of this cult album with a deluxe release that will pay tribute to her talent.

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1. I Keep It Hid
2. Looking At Life
3. Don't Wonder Why
4. Maybe This Time
5. Never Did I Stop Loving You
Side 2
1. Charms Of The Arms Of Love
2. Don't You Care
3. It Takes Too Long To Learn To Live Alone
4. Hard Hard Promise
5. Hey Girl

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