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  • 70\'S: THE ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK

    Scored 5 of these, tho pricey,
    still the deal of the century.

    Anyone know any other killer diller insane De Wolfe Library
    CD's ?

    Sermad, you are a git

    Jack

  • #2
    hello jack,

    that cd is #### good, i've got one. i haven't seen any other similar ones actually on de-wolfe, i think it was a bit of a one-off. there's a striking similarity to that and the "bite hard" comp which came out on bbe...

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    • #3
      I have a double CD on Irma called "Sound Book" which is ace - full of top draw DeWolfe tuneage - got it years ago in a Fopp clearance sale and never seen another copy - don't know if it ever came out on vinyl but I'd love a copy if it did!
      "..hole...road...middle thereof"

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      • #4
        yep the soundbook came out on vinyl.

        there was a part 2 aswell. Im not sure which one ive got. My records are in a bit of a mess today!
        www.thesoundlibrary.net <- Changed URL

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        • #5
          I have the IRMA collection, but double LP
          I DON'T THINK I've ever listened to it

          Irma never really had a whole lot I liked from IRMA, other than the 1st Montefiori Coxcktail, which
          is a masterpiece, for me anyways.
          I told ya Sermad was a git

          Jack

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          • #6
            those 'Sound Book' comps are very nice indeed...scored em both on vinyl 2nd hand from a shop in Bolton last year...zero info about the tracks of course, but head and shoulders over 'bite hard'...

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            • #7
              this sounds like something i need to track down...seriously!

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              • #8
                Soundbook part 1 I have.

                Tracklisting is -

                Jazz Rule
                Gloaming ('Little Bossa' - (DW/LP 3224) - 1972)
                Funky spider
                Silver Thrust ('Great Day' - (DWS/LP 3258) - 1972)
                Swirl ('9-10-Out' - (DWS/LP 3238) - 1972)
                Cool it
                Overtone ('Big Beat' - Nick Ingman
                (DWS/LP 3285) - 1973)
                Response ('Prototype' - (DW/LP 3228) - 1972)
                Forgotten Dream ('The Shadow' - (DW/LP 3468) - 1980)
                I'm Feather ('Vocal Shades and Tones' (DW/LP 3227) - 197?)
                Drum Time ('Blood On The Flowers' - (HMCS/LP 513) - 1971) ('Blackout' - (RMS/LP 106) - 1975)
                Harlem Globetrotters
                Bright Spark
                New Project ('Monopoly' - (DW/LP 3207) - 1971)
                Trip Wire ('Big Beat' - Nick Ingman (DWS/LP 3285) - 1973)

                Megaton ('Afro-Rock' (DWS/LP 3220) - 1971)
                Down home (Big Beat' - Nick Ingman (DWS/LP 3285) - 1973)
                Payroll
                Dindou N.1 ('Rythmes' - (DW/LP 3328 In editions) - 1976)
                Hot Hells (sp Heels) ('Vocal Shades and Tones' (DW/LP 3227) - 197?)
                Time Machine ('Nomination' - (DW/LP 3345) - 197?)
                Smooth and cool
                See the light ('The Shadow' - (DW/LP 3468) - 1980)
                Cool character
                Party people
                Gang process (sp progress) ('Rythmes' - (DW/LP 3328 In editions) - 1976)
                Causeway ('Prototype' - (DW/LP 3228) - 1972)
                Hard crust ('Great Day' - (DWS/LP 3258) - 1972)
                Grey sigh ('Moonshade' - (DW/LP 3212) - 1971)
                Spiro ('Blackout' - (RMS/LP 106) - 1975)
                Track record ('Hard Hitter' - (DWS/LP 3318) -197?)
                Supercharger ('Bumper Bundle' - (DWS/LP 3185) - 1971)

                I'll fill the rest in when I get a chance.
                www.thesoundlibrary.net <- Changed URL

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                • #9
                  The sound books are real nice, I love the covers too, are the images from a real DeWolfe?
                  I got both of mine on vinyl, they are great for playing out, loads of hot tunes. I always play 'Down Home' right before the 'Nextmen' tune that samples it.
                  I got both of my 'Soundbooks' in Tokyo. Part 1 from Mr bongo's, and Part 2 second hand from 'Disk-Union'

                  peace
                  parkz
                  www.soundclick.com/bboyparkz
                  www.soundclick.com/bboyparkz

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                  • #10
                    70'S: THE ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK

                    DE WOLFE CD 0255

                    1. Simon Park - Gun Law
                    2. Alan Hawkshaw - Collect
                    3. Keith Papworth - Hard Hitter
                    4. P. Reno - Silver Thrust
                    5. P. Reno - Tripwire
                    6. J. Reids - New Project
                    7. Alan Hawkshaw - Next Stop LA
                    8. S. Haseley - Bora
                    9. Alan Parker/W Harrish - The Hawk
                    10. S. Haseley - Hammerhead
                    11. Lee Mason - Cult and Colour
                    12. S. Haseley - Hogan's Thing
                    13. P. Reno - Hard Crust
                    14. Alan Parker/W Harrish - Main Chance
                    15. Alan Parker - Crater
                    16. S. Haseley - Precinct
                    17. M. Sylvio/S. Cortley - Export
                    18. P. Reno - Hold Back
                    19. Alan Parker - Hot Night
                    20. J. Trombey - Underlay # 3
                    21. Alan Parker - Blue Shadow
                    22. Simon Park - Gun Law
                    23. Alan Hawkshaw - Collect
                    24. Keith Papworth - Hard Hitter
                    25. P. Reno - Silver Thrust
                    26. P. Reno - Tripwire
                    27. J. Reids - New Project
                    28. Alan Hawkshaw - Next Stop LA
                    29. S. Haseley - Bora
                    30. Alan Parker/W Harrish
                    31. S. Haseley - Hammerhead
                    32. Lee Mason - Cult and Colour
                    33. S. Haseley - Hogan's Thing
                    34. P. Reno - Hard Crust
                    35. Alan Parker/W Harrish - Main Chance
                    36. Alan Parker - Crater

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                    • #11
                      There actually 6 more 30 second breaks on that list from the De Wolfe 70'S; THE ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK LIBRARY CD

                      Each track has a 30 second monster break to it
                      42 Tracks total

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                      • #12
                        As regards de Wolfe's own library CDs, there's not much that's as consistently good as '70s...'
                        The Hudson 'Cliche Favourites' and 'Styles' CDs all have the odd decent track on them, and there's also &quot;Reg Tilsley's Band Grooves of the 60s&quot; which is excellent.
                        There are a couple of CDs called 'Cheesy Listening' too, of which I have the first - not very funky, but I like it.
                        Depending on your taste, you may also like Rouge music's &quot;Disco's Like This (1970s)&quot;, which bears little relation to the LP of the same name.

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