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The Karl Hector Show Part II (side A)




Karl Hector Show Part 2
The Karl Hector Show - Part 2 (side A)
(MP3 Podcast on www.ParisDJs.com) Now Again, 2008-12-28

Our Stones Throw/Now Again Records Special continues with a Karl Hector 30mn Afro-Jazz mix. If you still haven't heard the "Sahara Swing" album from Karl Hector & The Malcouns (alias the Poets Of Rhythm, better known for originating the Deep Funk movement in the 90s), GET IT NOW! It's one the best albums of 2008 along with the Menahan Street Band one and a few others, in the same league as last year's "Budos Band II"... simply the best psychedelic Afro-Funk record of 2008! And keep posted cos' a second 30mn slice of this "Karl Hector Show Part 2" will be coming up on parisdjs.com in January 2009.

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Tracklisting :
01. Intro
02. Wallias Band – Muziqawi Silt
(from 'Ethiopiques Vol 13 (The Golden Seventies)' compilation, 2003 / Buda) ETHIOPIA
03. Clement Mélomé et l'Orchestre Poly-Rythmo – Nougbo Véhou (La Vérité Blesse)
(from 'Nougbo Véhou' 7 inch, 19?? / Aux Ecoutes) BENIN
04. Mombasa – Saha
(from 'Ode To Kalahari' album, 1979 / Intercord/Spiedelei) USA
05. Mal Waldron Sextet – Bread
(from 'Sweet Love, Bitter' soundtrack, 1967 / Impulse!) USA
06. Michael Naura – Baboon
(from 'Vanessa' album, 1975 / ECM) GERMANY
07. Lloyd Miller – Güzel Gözler (Amber Eyes)
(from 'Oriental Jazz' album, 1968 / East West/Eastern Arts) USA/IRAN
08. 'Thesda – Bongo Lumbo
(from 'Spaced Out' album, 1979 / Ipsi) USA
09. Darling Dears with Funky Heavy Prod. – I Don't Think I'll Ever Love Another
(from 'I Don't Think I'll Ever Love Another/And I Love You' 7 inch, 1972 / Fine) USA
(available on 'Creative Musicians 2' compilation, 2005 / Perfect Toy)

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Links :
myspace.com/themalcouns
myspace.com/saharaswing
myspace.com/mrmyland
stonesthrow.com/nowagain
myspace.com/nowagainrecords

Credits :

Selected and mixed by Karl Hector (myspace.com/themalcouns)
Artwork by Djouls (djouls.com) fusing a press photo, the album artwork and his current Paris DJs cover design style.


Also available :

The Karl Hector Show Part I

Tracklisting :
01. Jimmi Green – The Robot (Funk)
02. Toni Esposito – Processione Sul Mare (Italian Prog)
03. Doug Hammond – Motherland (Drums)
04. Peter Thomas – Coordinates Meeting (Library)
05. Pedro Beltran – Shacalao (Cumbia Moderna)
06. Lizandro Meza – Shacalao (Afro Latin)
07. Pierre Didy – Ma Fou Fou (Afro Funk)
08. Transgressors – Will Power (New Funk)
09. Peoples Choice – Off Spring (Funk)
10. Sevda – Karadeniz (Turkish Jazz)
11. Menelik Wossenachew (Ethio Jazz)
12. Blucky D´Almedia - Les Nanes (Jerk)
13. Bootsey Phelps – Fun In Your Thang (Funk)
14. Jimmy Jones – Time And Changes (Black Rock)
15. Elite Force – Feeling Good (Island Soul)
16. Maurice Miller Trio – Karachi (Lounge Jazz)
17. Julius Hemphill – Body (Edit) (Jazz)
18. Shepps – Tell More (New Funk)
19. Soul Majestics – I Done Told You (Soul)
20. Girma Beyene – Bati (Intro) (Ethio Jazz)

Link :
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toto toto ·  13 January 2009, 07:11

i like it :)

peace


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