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The Karl Hector Show - Part II (side B)




Karl Hector Show Part 2
The Karl Hector Show - Part 2 (side B)
(MP3 Podcast on www.ParisDJs.com) Now Again, 2009-01-28

Our Stones Throw/Now Again Records Special never ends... Here's the second half of Karl Hector's Afro-Jazz selection. I've already said it, but 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), you know what you have to do... And don't forget to download the first 30mn slice of this "Karl Hector Show Part 2" already up on parisdjs.com since December 2008.

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Tracklisting :
01. Calypso Troubadours – No Name Bar
(from 'Many Moods of the Famous Calypso Troubadours' LP, 1973 / Strakers)
» more info on calypsoarchives.co.uk «
02. Clarence Curvan – Feeling Nice
(from 'Feeling Nice / Send Me A Letter' 7 inch, 19?? / Charlie's)
» more info on backspinpromo.com «
03. Pazant Brothers – Work Song
(from 'Juicy Lucy / Work Song' 7 inch, 1969 / GPW)
» more info on acerecords.co.uk «
04. WB..s – Safari Strut
» I'd say this is the Whitefield Brothers alias The Poets of Rhythm doing a one minute psychedelic interlude... «
05. Eskill Lohento – Iya Me Dji Ki Bi Ni
(from 'Orchestre Poly-Rythmo de Cotonou - The Vodoun Effect 1973-1975' compilation, 2008 / Analog Africa)
» more info on parisdjs.com «
06. El Rego – Vi Man Do Wingnan
(from 'Tonton Gentil / Vi Man Do Wingnan' 7 inch, 1971? / Aux Ecoutes)
» more info on radiodiffusion.wordpress.com «
07. Samuel Ayany – Ochien..G Jakan Jenyo
08. Unknown Artist - Unknown title
» Sorry no info available on those last two spiritual afro jazz tracks... «

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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 on soulstrut.com
The Karl Hector Show Part II (side A) on parisdjs.com
Djouls

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kep kep ·  23 May 2009, 01:04

It sounds like there is an extra track between the one minute interlude and the Poly Rythmo track..or is the poly-rhythmo one just really long? It is a slow tune with marimba or something then it goes into the funk drums of Poly-Rythmo


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