Late 60s/Early 70s Trans-European Folky Funky & Pop-Sike Tunes.As suggested by the subtitle itself, this psychedelique dance floor in between late Sixties and early Seventies presents a great selection of Funky grooves, usually with at least slightly Progressive touch to it, with just an occasional detour towards the Folky or Pop-sike side of the matter.These kind of a bit more conventional entries also happen to be the best ones as well, featuring Tony Ritchie's fuzzy blue-eyed soul stomper Could You Really Live Without Her (released on Miki Dallon's Youngblood label), along with the pair of Gene Latter's The Old Iron Bell, or thee more progressively funky side of things, Roundhouse's Alchemy Is Good For You and Electra Combo's Uber Feur are both as groovily catchy as it gets within the genre, and the same goes for the Britsike-gone-danceabe-proggy post-Velvet Fogg combo The Ghost's I've Got To Get To Know You and finally the Italian 1972 radio hit single Mister E. Jones by Nuova Idea gets pretty catchy as well, in spite of the just as progressive overtone. Also included is an incredibly surprising cover of The (pre-Creation) Mark Four's single side Work All Day, as done by the German band Tony Hendrik, sticking to the tune's initial pop-artish mod vibe.
Late 60s/Early 70s Trans-European Folky Funky & Pop-Sike Tunes.As suggested by the subtitle itself, this psychedelique dance floor in between late Sixties and early Seventies presents a great selection of Funky grooves, usually with at least slightly Progressive touch to it, with just an occasional detour towards the Folky or Pop-sike side of the matter.These kind of a bit more conventional entries also happen to be the best ones as well, featuring Tony Ritchie's fuzzy blue-eyed soul stomper Could You Really Live Without Her (released on Miki Dallon's Youngblood label), along with the pair of Gene Latter's The Old Iron Bell, or thee more progressively funky side of things, Roundhouse's Alchemy Is Good For You and Electra Combo's Uber Feur are both as groovily catchy as it gets within the genre, and the same goes for the Britsike-gone-danceabe-proggy post-Velvet Fogg combo The Ghost's I've Got To Get To Know You and finally the Italian 1972 radio hit single Mister E. Jones by Nuova Idea gets pretty catchy as well, in spite of the just as progressive overtone. Also included is an incredibly surprising cover of The (pre-Creation) Mark Four's single side Work All Day, as done by the German band Tony Hendrik, sticking to the tune's initial pop-artish mod vibe.
2090504565202

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Format: Vinyl
Label: CODE 7 UK
Rel. Date: 05/01/2020
UPC: 2090504565202

La Discoteque Psychedelique / Various (Uk)
Artist: La Discoteque Psychedelique / Various
Format: Vinyl
New: Out of Stock
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Available Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Pawnshop My Shade
2. Round House Alchemy Is Good for You (Don't You Know It)
3. Kati Kovács
4. Juventus Wind Komm
5. Bring Den Regen Her
6. The Ghost I've Got to Get to Know You
7. Tony Ritchie Could You Really Live Without Her
8. Spencer Mac Better By You - Better Than Me
9. Birth Control What's Your Name 1
10. Tony Hendrik Work All Day 1
11. Nuova Idea Mr. E. Jones 1
12. Spencer Mac Ka-Ka Kabya Mow-Mow 1
13. Black Velvet Tropicana 1
14. Dany Martin Er Is Geen Reden (There's No Season) 1
15. François Wertheimer L'automne 1
16. Gene Latter the Old Iron Bell 1
17. Manolo y RamĂłn Lagrimas 1
18. Sonrisas 1
19. Electra Ăśber Feuer

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Late 60s/Early 70s Trans-European Folky Funky & Pop-Sike Tunes.As suggested by the subtitle itself, this psychedelique dance floor in between late Sixties and early Seventies presents a great selection of Funky grooves, usually with at least slightly Progressive touch to it, with just an occasional detour towards the Folky or Pop-sike side of the matter.These kind of a bit more conventional entries also happen to be the best ones as well, featuring Tony Ritchie's fuzzy blue-eyed soul stomper Could You Really Live Without Her (released on Miki Dallon's Youngblood label), along with the pair of Gene Latter's The Old Iron Bell, or thee more progressively funky side of things, Roundhouse's Alchemy Is Good For You and Electra Combo's Uber Feur are both as groovily catchy as it gets within the genre, and the same goes for the Britsike-gone-danceabe-proggy post-Velvet Fogg combo The Ghost's I've Got To Get To Know You and finally the Italian 1972 radio hit single Mister E. Jones by Nuova Idea gets pretty catchy as well, in spite of the just as progressive overtone. Also included is an incredibly surprising cover of The (pre-Creation) Mark Four's single side Work All Day, as done by the German band Tony Hendrik, sticking to the tune's initial pop-artish mod vibe.