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Nostalgia 77 - Relics Three



Nostalgia 77 Relics Three

Between his releases under the Nostalgia 77 name (with a fourth album released earlier this year on Tru Thoughts Recordings, The Sleepwalking Society), collaborative projects such as the afro-jazz of Skeletons, the Afro-Latin of The Rhythmagic Orchestra, or the Funk-Rock of The Broken Keys, producing music for Alice Russell, Lizzy Parks, his own UK jazz label Impossible Ark Records… and a plethora of remixes, Benedic Lamdin just seems unstoppable. He's at the forefront of today's Jazz musicians in the UK while always exploring new styles. His new album is empowered with overtones of blues and folk, while the remixes available with its singles are digging into the shallows of contemporary electronica. We're really proud of having him aboard the Paris DJs podcast with this exclusive 45mn Relics mix of music that he has been recently working on, it's the third in the series so don't hesitate to go hunting for the previous ones.

Nostalgia 77 Relics Three
Nostalgia 77 Relics Three
(MP3 Podcast on www.ParisDJs.com) 2011-11-29

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Tracklisting :
01. Examples of Twelves - The Glass Bead Game
(from 'Things will be' LP, 2011 / Impossible Ark Records)
02. Jeb Loy Nichols - Disappointment
(from 'Days Are Mighty' album, 2008 / City Country City)
03. James Allsopp - Istafan
(unreleased track, 2011 / Impossible Ark Records)
04. Fulvio Sigurtá - Aurora
(from 'House Of Cards' album, 2011 / Cam Jazz)
05. Nostalgia 77 - Angels and Demons at Play
(Sun Ra cover, unreleased recording, 2011)
06. Jeb Loy Nichols - The Wintering of the Year
(unreleased recording, 2011 / City Country City)
07. Librarians - The Holy Mountain
(unreleased recording, 2011)
08. Sister Mary - Sorrow
(unreleased recording, 2011)

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Credits :
Selected and mixed by Nostalgia 77
Audio mastering by Grant Phabao (grantphabao.com)
Artwork layout by Djouls

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MundoVibe MundoVibe ·  08 December 2011, 17:01

Brilliant mix by one of today's most interesting jazz producers, definitely put me in a deeper state of mind. If you'd like to know more about Nostalgia 77 and his latest release, we have a great interview with him at MundoVibe: http://mundovibes.wordpress.com/201...


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