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Alex Puddu - Hot Love - A Selection of Rare Grooves, Funk and Latin-Soul






Italy-born but Denmark-based Alex Puddu is an outstanding composer of soundtracks and a new millennium Funk revivalist with a variety of styles and moods under his belt. He's released 3 albums with Puddu Varano between 1998 and 2001, 5 albums between 2004 and 2010 as Alex Puddu And The Butterfly Collectors, one album with The Moonfires in 2015, and no less than 6 albums under his own guise since 2010! We picked the Joe Bataan-featuring track from his 'Soultiger' project in the latest Paris DJs compilation, 'Heavyweight Gambit, No Holds Barred!' released october 2015, since then he's put out the Italian funk LP 'In The Eye Of The Cat', and there's already a new one coming in the fall: 'The Golden age of Danish Pornography Volume 3'!! We'll try to get ahold of the man for an interview soon, meanwhile here's an Alex Puddu hot mix of rare grooves, funk and latin soul, picked exclusively for Paris DJs with love…

Alex Puddu - Hot Love A Selection of Rare Grooves Funk and Latin-Soul
Alex Puddu - Hot Love - A Selection of Rare Grooves, Funk and Latin-Soul
(MP3 Podcast on www.ParisDJs.com) 2016-07-30

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Tracklisting :
01. Intimate Strangers - Love Sounds
(fromp 'Love Sounds' 7 inch, 1975 / Alaska)
02. Eddy Senay - Cameo
(from 'Step By Step' album, 1972 / Sussex)
03. The Ian Langley Group - Chicano Chaser
(from 'Reggae For Real (And Other Rhythms)' album, 1973 / Peer International Library Limited)
04. Esther Williams - Last Night Changed It All
(from 'Let Me Show You' album, 1976 / Friends & Co.)
05. Juggy Murray Jones - Disco Extraordinaire
(from 'Inside America (Disco)' album, 1975 / Jupiter)
06. G. Keith Alexander - Sneakers
(from 'Sneakers' 7 inch, 1973 / Polydor)
07. Dennis Coffey - Theme From Black Belt Jones
(from 'Theme From Black Belt Jones' 7 inch, 1974 / Warner Bros.)
08. Francesco De Masi - Puertorico Club
(from 'Lo Squartatore Di New York' soundtrack, 1982 / Beat Records Company)
09. Chango - Mira Pa Ca
(from 'Chango' album, 1975 / ABC)
10. The Scott Brothers - Gotta Get Away From You
(from 'Gotta Get Away From You' 7 inch, 1973 / Capri)
11. Joe Bataan - Satisfied
(from 'Sweet Soul' album, 1972 / Fania)
12. Black Sugar - Understanding
(from 'Black Sugar' LP, 1971 / Sono Radio Peru)
13. The Ides Of March - Vehicle
(from 'Vehicle' album, 1970 / Warner Bros.)
14. Tribe - Ebony Lady
(from 'Tribal Bumpin' album, 1975 / AB)
15. The Impossibles - Give It Up
(from 'Hot Pepper' album, 1975 / Philips)
16. Harlem River Drive - Idle Hands
(from 'Harlem River Drive' album, 1971 / Roulette)
17. Jayson Lindh - Love Machine
(frm 'Jayson Lindh' album, 1977 / Atlantic)
18. Flavor - One Way Ticket
(from 'In Good Taste' album, 1976 / Ju-Par)
Total time : 66mn 35s

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Credits :
Selected and mixed by Alex Puddu (alexpuddu.com)
Mastered by Grant Phabao (grantphabao.com)
Artwork by Ben Hito (facebook.com/benhito)

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