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  • The sound stylistics

    just over at the brews site. Read the article about the sound stylistics. This one rings a bell. Wasnt it that tune recorded by jtq for a sound libarary only. Never to see the light of day.

    If so is this one been booted or anyone got it on mp3?

    Any infor on the further story.
    Give a man a tree, He'll take a forest!

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    Last I heard, Darge was negotiating a proper release for it. I wasn't particularly impressed by what I heard IMHO...
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      It's memebers of JTQ, New Mastersounds, Snowboy etc. E-mail me and I'll knock up a CD copy for you. It's rather good IMHO...
      There MUST be a Hymns-A-Swingin' in this box...

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        There is some info here: http://jtqgroove.com/jtqgroove/songs.asp?t=170&g=207
        From what I remember Keb talked about it briefly once on his soul24/7 show saying it was Snowboy Mark who originally had the idea of releasing it as a library ..

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        • #5
          Originally posted by [b
          Quote[/b] (Mr Divine @ Aug. 26 2003,12:05)]It's memebers of JTQ, New Mastersounds, Snowboy etc. E-mail me and I'll knock up a CD copy for you. It's rather good IMHO...
          Guess I need to hear this again!
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          • #6
            At a bit of an angle, I know, but picked up the Diplomats Of Solid Sound 'Pork Chop' 7" (on Estrus, marbled grey vinyl) in a charity over the weekend. Who are they? Anyone know? Sounds like a pretty standard 'New Funk 45' thing, all instros, but pleasant enough...
            a giant steam-powered turntable in warwickshire plays six foot cement recordings of Prince Albert's speeches to the rejoicing populace

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