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Nanny Tango's Radiophonic Jazz - Mixed by Alan Gubby



Alan Gubby Nanny Tango Radiophonic Jazz
Nanny Tango Radiophonic Jazz - mixed by Alan Gubby
(MP3 Podcast on www.ParisDJs.com) Nanny Tango, 2011-07-12

Alan Gubby aka Jung Collective has recorded for some of the finest electronic & jazz labels in the UK including The Leaf Label, his own Nanny Tango, Tru Thoughts, Soul Jazz, Cup Of Tea, Melt 2000 and many others. He writes & produces most of the material but is assisted by a talented & ever-evolving 'collective' of musicians & performers... We remembered him playing some of our tracks on his Nanny Tango Radio show and couldn't pass on inviting him on Paris DJs. Alan worked a LOT on his mix, and sent us this extravaganza of Radiophonic Jazz, a marvel to relish, perfectly suited for the upcoming lazy summer nights.

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Tracklisting :
01. The Jimmy Haskell Orchestra - Blast Off! // Cherry Red
02. Silver Apples - Lovefingers // MCA
03. John Matthews - Banshee Boogie // Trunk
04. Ennio Morricone - Placcaggio // Ipecac
05. Raymond Scott - Limbo: The Organised Mind // Basta
06. Tony McPhee - The Hunt (Jung Collective Edit) // Talking Elephant / Nanny Tango (exclusive)
07. The Black Cat - Numbers feat. Rare Moods & Dom Farkas // Colored Inc.
08. Francois de Roubaix - Les Pirates // Editions Francis Dreyfus
09. Tongues Of Fire - Pathway // Nanny Tango (exclusive)
10. Sven Libaek - In The Wave // Trunk
11. The Advisory Circle - Seasons Change // Ghost Box
12. Enrico Simonetti with Goblin - Drugs Theme // Cherry Red
13. Jon Kennedy - Live Test // Organik
14. Raymond Scott - General Motors: Futurama // Basta
15. Roger Roger - Rhythm 1 // Lo
16. Douglas Wood - Romantic Sway // Trunk / Studio G
17. Miles Davis - Inamorata & Narration by Conrad Roberts // Columbia
18. Ron Geesin - Syncopot // Cleopatra
19. Johnny Hawksworth - Roobarb & Custard // De Wolfe
20. Jung Collective - Just For John // Nanny Tango (exclusive)
21. Goblin - Death Dies // DRG
22. Raymond Scott - Auto Lite: Wheels // Basta
23. Superspirit - We Are The Stars // Tummy Touch
24. Wavemaker - Tunnel Of Love // Electrophon / Polydor
25. The Sounds Of Tomorrow - The Diamond // Cherry Red
26. John Baker - COI Technology Pavilion // Trunk
27. Emerson, Lake & Palmer - Brain Salad Surgery (7" edit) // Manticore
28. Thomas Dissevelt - Ignition // Phillips
29. Jean Francis Engel - Knitting // Crate Snatcher
30. Lab Rat - Ha! Why E (Jung Collective Rehash) // Nanny Tango (exclusive)
31. John Baker - Vendetta: The Sugar Man // Trunk
32. Belbury Poly & Moon Wiring Club - Portals & Parallels // Ghost Box
33. John Baker - The Caves Of Steel // Trunk
34. Jung Collective - The Wicker Man (Rampant Rabbit Mix) // Nanny Tango (exclusive)

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Credits :
Mix produced by Alan Gubby @ Nanny Tango, England - May 2011
Audio mastering by Grant Phabao (grantphabao.com)
Artwork layout by Djouls (djouls.com)

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Mr. Primate Mr. Primate ·  12 July 2011, 13:26

I've stuck a link on my blog to this. Any mixtape featuring Roobard & Custard has to be heard!


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