klezmer electro-thug beats

klezmer electro-thug beats


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  • organ burner daily

    first heard this as a 7-8 year old whose favorite tape was 3rd Bass' second and final album, basically because I didn't have anything else to listen to. it's sampled on "no static at all"

  • organ burner daily

    ridiculous garage from Whittier / LA with that Salt Hung Up style sloppiness I like, and like super dumb one-note solos (but take that as a good thing)

  • organ burner daily

    how have I never heard that art butler?!
    from soul brother to soul power, don't know anything about this one:

  • organ burner daily

    That is a great track! Live audience serving as a continuous hype machine throughout. Reminds me of Ramsey Lewis Do What You Wanna. It's a Rhodes e-piano but I'll allow it. Rhodes and Hammond go together very nicely. And now you know the secret to embedding!

    But if we're doing long soul-jazz jams then my post for today should be Melvin Sparks' WGTTW cover. While Melvin's guitar soloing is great wherever I hear it, and Idris Muhammad's drums is what first drew me to this track when I heard it on a LONG dead site "raremusic.com" on .mp2 (really), I am still into it for the Leon Spencer organ solo at about 5-8 minutes.

    Also a cool looking record cover.
  • organ burner daily

    Don't need to say much about this one because you either know it or should know it, it's been on compilations (Mr Finewine's Vital Organs was one) before and I remember o-dub (or was it larry from funky16corners?) waxing poetic, pardon the pun, about this track's insane trash can sounding-ass snare drum, which I believe only sounds as sinus clearing as it does because of the b3 stabs that back it up.

    Fun fact: Louis Chachere produced deep funk legend "Remember Me" by Trinikas.