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Various - Who Shot Jacques Laverne? Volume 2



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Various - Who Shot Jacques Laverne? Volume 2
(CD) Jack To Phono JTPCD002, 2005-11-07

Who Shot Jacques Laverne 2
Various - Who Shot Jacques Laverne? Volume 2
(CD) Jack To Phono JTPCD002, 2005-11-07

Tracklisting :
01. Tom Eno - Montana to England | sample
02. The Currymints (777 remix) - Like It Ocelot | sample
03. The Irrationalz - Sublimation | sample
04. Mamaluke - The Pant | sample
05. Mooch - My Spider Walks Again | sample
06. The Bass Snatchers - Een Gang Til | sample
07. Beatphreak - Gospel Nights | sample
08. Rephrase - The Boulevard | sample
09. Blue Foundation - Old Days | sample
10. Neech - Thinking 'bout you | sample
11. Beatphreak - She Can Love (little more) | sample
12. 777 - A Night in Paris | sample
13. Tom Eno - Complete | sample

Info :
The second compilation on Jack to Phono. A quality release all round with all our favourites Mooch, Mamaluke, Beatphreak and some new ones. Here we introduce Neech, Tom Eno, Rephrase and The Irrationalz. Fine beats for the Aural Connoisseur.

Press Release :
This is the second label compilation from the impressive Jack to Phono Records. The album covers a wide spectrum of sounds. The label continues to recover after Jacques Laverne recovers in hospital. Long Suffering employee Jack to Phono continues to tune into beats around the world to enable you to plug into aural pleasure!

Featured on the album are the soulful Lancastrians Beatphreak who donate monster hit Gospel Nights and She Can love to the proceedings and all the usual favourites including The Bass Snatchers, Blue Foundation and 777 aka Jon Kennedy.

The album also introduces London based Tom Eno the green fingered guitarist and Eastend super group Neech with Zeb Achonu on vocals. The Italian based Irrationalz offer Krush inspired beats and from Australia we introduce Rephrase with his jazz inspired foot stomper The Boulevard. Last but not least Mooch and Mamaluke provide their fantastic cuts from our vinyl series.

To celebrate the release Jack to Phono will be spinning at the Bedford on the 2nd of October and the Ruby Lounges in Waterloo and Notting Hill. The new web site should be ready soon www.jacktophono.com for more.

Jack To Phono have already caught the eye of a number of distinguished music luminaries including, Rob Da Bank, Quantic, Rob Luis, Mr Scruff, Andy Weatherall, Bonobo, John Stapelton, Fort Knox Five, Rainer Truby, John Kennedy and Groove Armada.

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