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Hello,Thanks for your nice blog.I enjoy most of the albums shared in this blog.;)By the way,I have a request.I have 2 tracks and I don't know who are the composers of these Themes.I think they are composed by French or German musicians.I want you to listen to them and tell me the name of the composers.I hope you can help.There are the tracks:Track one:http://www.zshare.net/download/7926707b316344/Track Two:http://www.zshare.net/audio/792623283d9e99/Thank you so much.Best Regards,Zalman.
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Man, what a great post!!! Its cool and rare electro funk! This blog rocks! PS. could you add sth more from Tsov Record, please
This is such beautiful derangement and what I imagine Coltrane would have sounded like if he could have swapped his sax for a 303 & 808...never heard of the "Sound Of Virginia" label before but I would love to hear more..I imagine in 1983 this record would have been met with complete confusion but fast forward 27 years and it makes complete sense....here is the Discogs info below for anyone interested:QSD - Jam The Jam/Sweet EnuffLabel:TSOV Records (The Sound Of Virginia)Catalog#:FG 0005Format:Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, 2 tracks EP.Country:USReleased:1983Any chance of this getting re-ripped at a higher bitrate? The sounds and textures deserve it...not that I am complaining or anything...ahem.
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