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  • Whats the best library lp? eva

    fridays always quiet for me
    i reckon the best library LP Is

    Reggae For Real Peer UK

    Brilliant Library 2 Nino Nardini Tracks that Are Ill Moon Baby And Frantique Is Poss The Best Moog Track Eva As Sampled By PBW The Ian Langley Group Do The Other Tunes Like Chicano Chaser Which Is Good Club Tune With Drumbeat Intro Soulship Is Funky Tune Semi Santana Is Nice Groovy Funker Many samples Breaks Great Library
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  • #2
    my faves are probably:

    nick ingman - "big beat" (deWolfe)
    john cameron - "jazz rock" (kpm)
    eddie warner - "light and strong beat" (iM)
    roger webb sound - "moonshade" (deWolfe)
    john scott - "big hammer" (peer / southern)

    i had to go back and play "popla" off sounds unusual again, too.  

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    • #3
      i love that popla tune

      have you got gooseberry fool..dewolfe i think thats a dope cut
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      • #4
        gooseberry fool doesn't ring any bells. what LP is it on?

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        • #5
          hubble bubble its a pretty slept on dewolfe
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          • #6
            I'll send you one jon. I know I've got a spare!

            Reggae for real is nice and a few have come up recently. I'm gutted I passed on it about 5-6 years ago for a tenner. 'Reggae - ugh - that'll be shite library' he thought...doh

            Best libs?

            Janko Nilovic - Rhythmes Contemporains
            Afro Rock (deWolfe)

            And that one on Im no 10 I think. The mental scat psych one.
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            • #7
              Originally posted by [b
              Quote[/b] (sermad @ Sep. 17 2004,17:03)]I&#39;ll send you one jon. I know I&#39;ve got a spare&#33;
              very kind. cheers&#33;

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              • #8
                KPM - Progressive Pop
                KPM - Speed &amp; Excitement
                Studio G - The Beat Group
                Boosey &amp; Hawkes - 1034
                De Wolfe - Hard Hitter

                My top five but then I like that full on Hammond groover thing rather than yer head nodder hip hop thang.
                "..hole...road...middle thereof"

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                • #9
                  deWolfe
                  Hard Hitter
                  Big Beat
                  Who&#39;s Gonna Buy
                  Pop Sounds
                  Hogan Hawk Dirty John Crown
                  KPM
                  Progressive Pop
                  Big Beat
                  Big Beat II
                  Conroy
                  Larry Robbins Percussion
                  Modern Movement/Percussive Movement
                  Electronic Sounds/Happy Moog
                  + that one with &#39;Black Panther&#39; on it&#33;
                  new SPOKE release: >>> SEE HERE <<< RKM LIBRARY BEATS

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                  • #10
                    I agree with all the ones mentioned so far, especially Janko Nilovic - Rhythmes Contemporains (ggod choice Serms)

                    Some of my fav libs are the Chappell Dance and Mood Music Series. I&#39;m a big Jack Arel fan.

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                    • #11
                      -&quot;action,tension and space-selected sound&quot;. that&#39;s a real winner&#33;
                      -&quot;soul organ showcase-kpm&quot;
                      -&quot;moods for flutes-coloursound&quot;
                      can you explain to me what this word means?

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                      • #12
                        distortions pop on sonimage is gold dust too.

                        la ragazza fuoristrada I think is my ultimate library lp. umiliani at his finest.

                        the reissue is well worth getting.



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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by [b
                          Quote[/b] (deeno @ Sep. 17 2004,18:09)]-&quot;action,tension and space-selected sound&quot;. that&#39;s a real winner&#33;
                          -&quot;soul organ showcase-kpm&quot;
                          -&quot;moods for flutes-coloursound&quot;
                          that kpm comp you did was nice, deeno. excellent work.

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                          • #14
                            KPM - &#39;Afro Rock&#39; (batters the de Wolfe LP with the same title IMHO)
                            Amphonic - &#39;Sounds 80&#39;
                            RKM - &#39;After Eight&#39; (Francis Weyer&#39;s &#39;No Lady&#39
                            Themes - &#39;Mystery Movie&#39;
                            BTW - &#39;Impact&#39;
                            A leaping rocker with a strong mood, a moderate beat and a safari feel.

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                            • #15
                              A few I keep returning to:

                              The Best Of Johnny Hawksworth (de Wolfe)
                              Fanfares, Links, Bridges and Stings (KPM)
                              Music By Lee Mason (Chappell, the &#39;Shady Blues&#39; one)
                              Music By Roger Webb (Chappell LPC1036)
                              Cavendish Series 8
                              Impact &amp; Action (KPM)
                              Open Air vol 2 (KPM)
                              Gemini - Barrie Moore Combo (Peer Int)
                              Classical Fusion (KPM) (a rogue 80s one&#33

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