klezmer electro-thug beats

klezmer electro-thug beats

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  • organ burner daily

    some of the hottest-recorded ride cymbal ever there, roisto, damn. 

    here's some thpathe-age thmooth jath


    Electrode
  • organ burner daily

    DOGGETT

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  • organ burner daily

    Another Nilsmen joint/jawn/jernt. Mod shit.
    This is the B-side of the Sand Step from way back in this thread. Also the A-side to it, as apparently they released two A-B reversed versions.

    According to the back of the 45 it was a Swedish band who were "inspired by the world famous CAMEL TV jingle 'I'd Walk a Mile for a Camel'" to reinterpret it as the Sand Step. According to the OTHER back of the 45 it was a Swedish group who were asked by some RJR execs to make some au courant music for the tobacco giant.

    Also the photo on the back of the 45 looks suspiciously like non-Swedish Alan Hawkshaw sitting on the steps. I am a Nilsmen truther. Their other stuff does not feature funky organ. It features oompah and cheeseball Swedish guy vocals, lite pop-folk, etc. I think RJR dudes hired him to funk up their weird Swedish promo 45.





    Electrode
  • organ burner daily

    Roger Rivas, the Winston Wright of the West Coast, organist for the Aggrolites and others. Damn!!


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    Juan Torres intimidates me due to the 8 million albums he cut, James Last style, but that track is cool - dramatic bombast that reminds me of breakbeat legendary Angeles Negros "El Rey Y Yo".

    And from my many Euroman-library-hammond-joint postings you know I'm into jet-set Euro spy movies from the late 60s. Will have to chase that one down.
    Electrode