Mosaico Te Canta La Gallina - Various - 6 Sets Bailables Vol. 3 (Vinyl, LP)

Your little sister. The chimney sweeper. Un total de 15 joyas del mejor pop atemporal de guitarras que se hace hoy en UK. Plastic skull. Boat song. Tick tock. Just one name.

Wrong for you. Black is black. Un disco emocionante. Pissing in the wind. Another pearl. Un disco sublime para un grupo en estado de gracia. Waiting for the moon to rise. I fought in a war. The wrong girl. Invisible pedestrian. Exercise 2. Un disco totalmente impresionante! La belle et la bete. Blue gravy. Tecno-pop basura musicalmente muy deficiente, pero con gran sentido del humor. Drogas duras. Me satura tanta cultura. Blas y las astrales son fenomenales.

Once conmovedoras piezas del sutil y elegante pop al que nos tienen acostumbrados Luke Haines, Sarah Nixey y John Moore. Un disco totalmente estremecedor! The english motorway system. Gift horse. Straight life. Otro disco que se me queda algo antiguo. Work it out.

Good times. Start as you mean to go on. Watch the angel not the wire. Uptown top ranking remix by Black Box Recorder. Loot outside. Unchanging window.

Memory lanes. The sleepers sleep. Anchor album version. Un disco estremecedor y emocionante. Mi voluntad. Vapor de carga. Cul de sac. Por desgracia no. El disco ha sido co-producido por Paco Loco y el propio grupo.

Spending chocolate coins. Maravilloso, magistral Me gustas. Cerca de Shibuya. Hand, fast and beautiful live version. Reel 2 Dialogue 2. I want to live in a dream. I hang on every word you say. An hour before the light. I want you more than ever. Este cuarteto de Oxford ha dejado irregulares singles por multitud de sellos. Les gusta mezclar el experimentalismo avant-garde con el pop, y para ello utilizan secuenciadores, samplers, guitarras Ideas are allies.

Un disco sencillamente perfecto, accesible y emocionante. Todo un impresionante disco Un nudo en la garganta. Revolution in the summertime? The pain inside. Un disco magistral, toda una obra maestra, The last good day of the year. Your day will come. Digital love. The mirror phase. The great wall. Un disco excitante. Not what we had thought. A town that I love now. Me ha costado mucho que me entre este disco.

Pop sensible, emocional y atemporal, con las instrumentaciones flexibles y cuidadas del postcore. Son americanos, y se les nota.

Company calls epilogue. Scientist studies. For what reason. De hecho, este es mi disco favorito indiscutible del Es un disco emocionante, conmovedor y lleno de canciones perfectas y de sobrecogedoras joyas pop. Un disco excepcional e imprescindible! No danger. Thirteen gliding principles. Accused on stealing. The sweetest agony. The place where nobody wants to go. Dinah might. Dear me. You make loving fun. Sea song. Here it comes. Da da da. Nothing stays the same. Image change.

Powder blue. Any day now. Un disco arriesgado, pero efectivo. Many peaks. Blue straggler. No pattern. The well. Lujo en la riviera. Chica invisible. Gracita en el espacio. The ones that smoke are fool. Summer revisited. The Dragtones — Drag! Reprise REP The Beatles — Unsurpassed Masters Vol. Piccadilly NPL Les Diaminoes — Dansez La Brava!

And that's just for starters. Add to cart! Naturally, compilers Miles Cleret and DJ Okapi have done a brilliant job bringing together killer cuts that showcase the best of South Africa's '80s synth sounds, while at the same time ensuring a high ratio of rare and hard-to-treats. While some of the tracks genuinely sound like they could have been made in New York, London or L.

A, there are plenty of others that include multiple instrumental nods to a diverse range of contemporaneous South African sounds. Crucially, the music is superb throughout.

Favorite France. The 13 assembled tracks are mostly obscure and uniformly superb, making picking individual highlights an infuriatingly tricky task. Our favourites change daily, but we're currently enjoying the tropical disco brilliance of Dwight Druick's cover of "Georgy Peorgy Disco Version ", the synth-sporting electrofunk cheeriness of Serge Delisle's "Germaine Remix ", the thrusting P-funk hustle of Acayouman's "Funk Around" and the near Balearic warmth of "Braziliana" by Aries.

As the old expression sort of goes, Maurice has once again delivered all killer and no filler. Highlights come thick and fast throughout, from the percussive, chant-along sweatiness of Penny Penny's "Shilungu" and the loved-up, pitched-down dreaminess of Alaska's "Accuse Instrumental ", to the sweet, life-affirming cheeriness of Os Panteras' "Melo Do Anjo Outro Edit " and the thrusting, Italo-disco style dancefloor masculinity of Masalo's "Yera".

Esa's own late '80s style pitched-down South African house jam "Pantsula Traxx" is also superb. Analog Africa Germany.

Now Again US. New Horizons gatefold 2xLP. Afrosynth Holland. Born Bad France. World Music Network. Canciones Caminando cassette. Little Axe US. Masters Of Jazz Greece.

Terra Incognita gram vinyl LP. Emotional Rescue. This time the label has turned to cult Spanish label Auxilio De Ciento, who have been quietly picked up by more tuned in heads for their excellent new wave, synth pop and industrial wares.

La Caida De La Casa Usher present the most abrasive material on here, but largely it's a relaxed affair. You can lose yourself in the bubbling synthesizer goodness of Bene Gesserit and Danny Alias, or trip out to the pattering drums of Zazou, Nodland, Lema. That's certainly the case on this third volume in their occasional "Record Club" series of compilations.

Spanning sunshine soul, obscure samba, spacey jazz-funk experimentation, wide-eyed underground disco, fiery funk, weirdo rock, cheery South African bubblegum, synth-laden early '80s highlife, Ramsay Lewis style workouts and the psychedelic Middle Eastern disco-funk of Elias Rahbani, the compilation's 20 tracks are not only near faultless, but genuinely surprising and eye-opening.

To quote a cliche, this collection genuinely is all killer and no filler. Our favourites change daily, but we're currently enjoying the tropical disco brilliance of Dwight Druick's cover of "Georgy Peorgy Disco Version ", the synth-sporting electrofunk cheeriness of Serge Delisle's "Germaine Remix ", the thrusting P-funk hustle of Acayouman's "Funk Around" and the near Balearic warmth of "Braziliana" by Aries.

As the old expression sort of goes, Maurice has once again delivered all killer and no filler. Highlights come thick and fast throughout, from the percussive, chant-along sweatiness of Penny Penny's "Shilungu" and the loved-up, pitched-down dreaminess of Alaska's "Accuse Instrumental ", to the sweet, life-affirming cheeriness of Os Panteras' "Melo Do Anjo Outro Edit " and the thrusting, Italo-disco style dancefloor masculinity of Masalo's "Yera".

Esa's own late '80s style pitched-down South African house jam "Pantsula Traxx" is also superb. Mizik Bel 12". Rioux was excited by what he heard and agreed that the track should come out on vinyl, accompanied by a fresh rework by Nomad and Dirk Leyers as Africaine Boisdur's original version side A is rhythmically dense but also cheery and life affirming, with celebratory chorus vocals and 80s zouk style synth lines subtly rising above a busy, all-action groove.

This time round, Dimitri From Paris is at the controls, offering up two arguably superior "Special Disco Mixes" that not only boasts more audio clarity around key instrumental parts particularly the horns, walking bassline and previously buried Clavinet lines but also add some fizzing new electrofunk synths.

As a result, the A-side vocal version sounds like a disco scene anthem in waiting, while the high-octane flipside dub is percussive, sweaty and full throttle in the best possible way. Bahir LP. Asafo 12". Nacao Africa 12". The incendiary live band has a new album on the way their last dropped three years ago so to get us in the mood Favorite Recordings has served up this suitably steamy workout.

In its' A-side original mix form, "Nacao Africa" is a mid-tempo chunk of low-slung Latin boogie rich in drunken trumpet lines, sweet female vocals, Marcos Valle guitar riffs and weighty dub disco bass. The opener "Sweet Julu" is now a London two-step classic, while other tracks like "Nomalizo" or "The Village" are more on the disco side, all of them filtered with a distinctly tropical edge!

A top reissue! Let Them Know 7". Alternatively, you could start with the pair's new seven-inch single, which boasts two steaming summer anthems in the making.

Their old pals the Cuban Boys guest on A-side "Let Them Know", adding their distinctive rapped and sung vocals to a hip-swinging mambo-influenced backing track full to bursting with Cuban rhythms, jaunty guitar licks and barrio horns.

Over on the flip, regular collaborator Andy Cooper raps his way through a fiery funk-rock-meets hip-hop bomb that will have hands shooting skywards faster than you can say, "Mine's a Tequila shooter! Tanganica 7". Jesus Christo limited 7". A Paraiba Nao E Chicago 7". The two tracks showcased here are from the golden age of Brazilian boogie. While not as instantly as infectious as some of his better-known singles, it's still superb; a breezy, blue-eyed soul cut full of rising horns and sweet Portuguese vocals.

Deixa O Morro Cantar 7". A relatively recent discovery made during the label's last trip to Brazil, Maria das Gracas Rallo was born in in Rio de Janeiro. She has become the most awarded singer outside of her home country and was most popular internationally in with the song "Don't Cry for Me Argentina" from the musical Evita.

Moreover, she has recorded over twenty albums and has amassed huge record sales throughout her successful career. Marraio 7". This time round they've offered up a genuine rare-as-hen's-teeth gem: Sonia Santos's single "Marraio", a fiery slab of samba-funk fusion laden with rousing horns, shuffling beats and busy bass. It's brilliant all told, and well worth the admission price on its own.

Of course, the flipside from Marcia Maria is also superb. A little less hard-to-find but still rare, 's "Oh! Man" is a more relaxed and groovy MPB affair that joins the dots between jazz-funk, soul and samba.

It's undeniably sun-kissed and celebratory, like much of Maria's work in that period. Nao Nasci P'ra Jogador 7". Dance Away EP 12". What follows is a brief look at those styles which were favored in the United States, and the Seeco artists who specialized in them. TANGO The early part of the 20th century found wealthy Americans mesmerized by the tango, an Argentinean import with links to a Cuban rhythm called habanera.

Played on violin, guitar and accordion, tango music inspired a sensuous dance among the lower classes of Buenos Aires; it quickly acquired a bad reputation because prostitutes danced to it in slit skirts while wearing no underwear! The famed professional dance team of Irene and Vernon Castle cleaned up the tango, imported it to the United States during World War I, and promoted it to such an extent that its popularity swept the nation during the s.

Superstar Latin bandleader Xavier Cugat got his start playing tango accompaniment for early Hollywood movies, as well as for high society parties on the West Coast. Edmundo Rivero and Hugo Del Carril were perhaps the best known of several tango specialists who cut sides for Seeco, and authentic tango artistry can readily be found on Rivero's Tropical album El Gran Cantante Argentino.

Emigrants from the north of Spain brought their folk ballad tradition to Mexico, and the French who briefly controlled the country during the 19th century brought the waltz and the polka. These forms can still be heard in the Tejano music popular among Spanish-speaking Americans in the southern United States. Ultimately, Mexico became world-famous for its beautiful and melancholy ranchera ballads, as performed by guitar, trumpet, violin and accordion ensembles known as mariachis.

RHUMBA El son, an infectious music based on a five-beat rhythm pattern, was developed in the Cuban countryside during the late 19th century. By the s, it had migrated to Havana and formed the basis of rhumba, a style of music and dance that grew out of neighborhood street festivals.

While initially taken up by impoverished Cuban city dwellers, the rhumba gradually became popular in polite society. Seven-piece musical ensembles formed to play this new music; one of the most popular was Septeto Nacional, led by composer and guitarist Ignacio Pineiro. Pineiro and his group cut a critically acclaimed album for Seeco in Americans vacationing in Cuba acquired a taste for this exotic new sound and brought it home with them.

More than any other Latin bandleader, Cugat understood the importance of image and marketing. His shows featured beautiful girl singers in Spanish mantillas, flashy tango and flamenco dancers, virile and handsome conga drummers, musicians in ruffled pink sleeves, stage sets decorated with potted palms, and more often than not.

this lp can set any of our fans on fire on any moment of the day..” Well, let’s see what happens, get it & spread it as usual.. tracks; 1 Noche de estrellas 2 Gaita colombiana 3 El gallo canaguey 4 Gregorio el bembon 5 La loteria 6 Barranquillerita 7 El pajaro picon 8 Llambae 9 Eco de tambo 10 Que te pasa.

9 thoughts on “Mosaico Te Canta La Gallina - Various - 6 Sets Bailables Vol. 3 (Vinyl, LP)

  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of 6 Sets Bailables Vol. 3 on Discogs. Label: CBS - • Series: 6 Sets Bailables - Vol. 3 • Format: 3x, Vinyl LP 5/5(1).
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  5. One of the funkiest records ever from Brazilian soul legend Tim Maia - and a set that also has him singing a bit of English language lyrics too!
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  7. With the title track “A Festa É Nossa” having circulated the last few years in the DJ sets of influential tastemakers, the album has become highly sought after by electronic fans and collectors alike. Lo-fi synths and cruising bass lines permeate the record, influenced by the group’s Brazilian contemporaries at the time such as Tim Maia, Cláudio Zoli, Secos E Molhados, and rock outfit.
  8. Vincent tells the full story in the liner notes to this LP. But Vincent did make it to Lagos and the sessions went ahead. The nine-piece band, handpicked by de Souza, learned the songs and set them to tape in the span of only a week but the results are as timeless and essential as anything to emerge from West Africa in the late s.
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