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    I've had these tunes in my mind for a long time, you know how it is when you hear something and you just need to know it's artists and origin.

    First one off is a Keb spin. I extracted this from a cd that was released a year ago, from a dj session he had in Paris.
    It's a tough shuffle chaser with wicked electric brass, probably 45 and rare, any ideas?

    Extracted from a Harry Belafonte film The Angel Levine 1970.
    The scene from a bar, there is a jukebox playing in the background. If you listen to the structure of the track it's
    probably a special arranged thing, It's credited to Harry's arranger at the time William Eaton, and another source says
    Zdenek Liska, who might be behind the track? Anyone out there heard it before?

    The last two tracks are taken from a mix cd from Mr Jeigh,
    called "to mock a killing bird" can be found on soulstrut. First
    track is a mellow moog groover with a haunting sax thing whispering in the background, sounds library ... any clues?

    Great lyrics on the last one here, who's the artist?

  • #2
    Dunno any of them Teddy but, if the VVBB can't spot the last two, you might want to drop Asprin a line on Soulstrut, since he's put out the odd CD or two with Mr Jeigh...
    You freeking scientologists are all the same, quible, dribble and then demand ice creams. Ohhhhhhhhhhh.


    • #3
      The first one is Wilburn, York & The Psychedellic Six - sychedellic Hot Pants  
      It's currently big money small label 45, comes outta Little Rock, Arkansas.


      • #4
        that'll be on Lee Anthony's 'True Soul' label then...
        Chops for show, groove for dough.