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Funky Chimes Part 1 - Belgian Grooves From The 70's

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Funky Chimes Part 1 - Belgian Grooves From The 70's

Label : SDBAN - 08

Format : 2 LP - Compilation

Release : 06/2017 

Style : Jazz - Funk - Soul - Belgian Pride 


'Funky Chimes' is a collection of excellent and unique grooves. It contains the most interesting yet long forgotten Belgian dance tracks from the seventies, when a generation of extremely gifted and versatile musicians experimented with funk, jazz, latin and other grooves. 'Funky Chimes' is in many ways the logical follow up to 2014's highly acclaimed compilation 'Funky Chicken'. Uncovering a blind spot in Belgium's musical heritage and unearthing a diverse collection of hidden treasures. 'Funky Chicken' has induced a renewed interest in Belgium's rare grooves from the seventies, which until then had never been regarded a genre worth mentioning. Having said that, this second instalment is much more than just a fast sequel or a batch of leftovers. The music's quality matches that of its predecessor, but the treasure hunt was even more adventurous, and the stories behind some of the nuggets even more gripping.


A1 The Soul Scratchers - Scratch My Back (pt. 1 & 2)
A2 Francis Coppieters - Funky Chimes
A3 S.S.O. - Faded Lady (Instrumental)
A4 The Flying Guitar - Barabajagal
B1 The Sumos - My Chinese Girl Likes Kung Fu Fighting
B2 Bud Hunga And His Diplomatic Music - Travelling On Rhythms
B3 Experience - Pink Movement
B4 The Peter Laine Orchestra - Tiger Walk

C1 Kandahar - The Fancy Model
C2 Kiosk - Mona Call
C3 Guido Carnagy - Free Way Exit
C4 André Brasseur - X
D1 Electronic System III - Skylab


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