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The Bamboos - Eel Oil / Blackfoot



the bamboos eel oil
The Bamboos - Eel Oil / Blackfoot
(7") Bamboo Shack BR001, 2001 Sold Out

Tracklisting :
A1. The Bamboos - Eel Oil
B1. The Bamboos - Blackfoot

Info :
Bamboo Shack Records - Melbourne, Australia

Formed in 2001 by Melbourne producer/musician Lance Ferguson, the Bamboo Shack imprint is Australia's premier DeepFunk label. Focusing on raw, super-heavy Breakbeat driven dancefloor funk. Bamboo Shack releases have received acclaim from the likes of Gilles Peterson, Keb Darge, Snowboy and Jazzanova. Home to The Bamboos and Cookin' On 3 Burners, Bamboo Shack will continue to document the Australasian Deepfunk scene with a string of slamming 45's.

Credits :
Lance Ferguson - Guitar
Ben Grayson - Hammond Organ
Scott Lambie - Drums
Stuart Speed - Bass

"Eel Oil" also available on :
Other-Worldly Fusions (CD) Hardware/Shock, 2002
Evolutionary Vibes Vol 6 (CD) Creative Vibes, 2005

Melbourne the sex the city the music
"Blackfoot" also available on :
Melbourne: The Sex,The City,The Music (CD) Petrol, 2004
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