Saturday, February 23, 2013

Johann Orth - Moody Brass

Year : 1971
Label : Mondiophone
Genre : Jazz, Stage & Screen
Style : Contempory Jazz, Big Band

Moody Brass is a rare library record  from french label Mondiophone including Big Band  & contempory jazz sounds served by a large horn section, called The Big Band Sound Of Johann Orth. Moody Brass is best known for the main interest of the song Medium Pop Number used and sampled by various DJs that includes groovy organ solo, wah wah guitar and funky horns. All tracks arranged, composed & conducted by the 'obscure' Johann Orth.

01. Medium Bounce
02. Boogie Woogie
03. Medium Tempo Miller Style
04. Medium Tempo
05. Bounce Tempo
06. Vivo
07. Medium Shuffle
08. Fast Number
09. Medium Tempo
10. Boogie Woogie
11. Fast Tempo
12. Medium Pop Number

Jean-Claude Pelletier - Streaking !

Year : 1974
Label : Vogue
Genre : Jazz, Pop
Style : Jazz Funk

Jazz Funk 'Must Have' french groove from french label Vogue by Jean-Claude Pelletier, a french pianist who recorded Streaking ! after a stay in California. Jean-Claude Pelletier started to play with trumpetist Bill Coleman, evolved in groups of clarinetists Claude Luter & Sidney Bechet and was sideman for the vibraphonist Lionel Hampton. Later, he became best known as a great arranger of several shows for various french 'variété' artists as Maurice Chevalier, Line Renaud, Yves Montand or Tino Rossi. All compositions written, arranged by Jean-Claude Pelletier and performed with his orchestra.

01. Hello Streakers
02. Special Streaking
03. Dangerous For Your Health
04. No Tax For Streakers
05. Nudes And Marines
06. To Streak With Devil
07. Between Two Streakers
08. Hey Doc ! Help...
09. Streaking Land
10. Topless On The Trail
11. Streak To Streak
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