Thursday 01 June 06 [00:26:06]
Baroque Dub Mixtape Two [The Sound Libraries Edition]
Emerging from soundscapes worthy of Hermann Hess' journeyers to the east, this mix soon settles into a mid-paced drive of solid abstract funk and fat breaks. There's no sell-by date on quality, these beats have been re-used and abused by many a hip-hop producer. Play spot the sample and enjoy these timeless gems in all their stripped-down glory.
As the man says, "With the drums you have the capacity to create a mood. It doesn't matter if you're playing in a club, or if you're playing in hall, or if you're playing in the streets. It's a responsibility that you have... to create a mood."
Dedicated to the many talented composers, musicians and recording engineers who worked in the library music industry during the 1970s and 80s.
 Kollektiv - Tamboura
 Nicky Skopelitis - Tarab
 FreakPower - Sugar Lump
 Kollektiv - Gageg
 John G. Tyssen & Danielle Prencipe - No Exit
 Tony Scott - Is Not All One?
 Pete Namlook - Travelling Without Moving
 Gary Pacific Orchestra - Soft Wind
 Les Baxter - Hoggins Machine
 Keith papworth - Decisive Action
 RMO - Atlantis
 Peter Gabriel - At Night
 Eleni Karaindrou - Farewell Theme
 Bill Near - Drummin'
 Brian Bennet - The Prowler
 Ian Carr - Roots
 Brian Bennet - Name of the Game
 Toni Rubio - Bass In Action
 F. McDonald - Night Moves
 Big Group - Heavy Lift
 D. Richmond - Confunktion
 Brian Bennet - The Unknown
 Robert Webb - Like A Friend
Alan Watts - Thoughts on control (Vocal)
Mario Davidovsky - In Memoriam Edgar Varèse
Organization - Tone Float
Jimi Hendrix? - Power of the Drums (Vocal)
William Burroughs - About space at the Nova Convention (Vocal)
With thanks to the original artists for their music and inspiration.
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