"The Wheel Of Fortune" by Ray Manzarek
from Carmina Burana
According to a message posted on the band's Facebook page, Manzarek died of bile duct cancer while in Rosenheim, Germany, on Monday, May 20. He was 74.
"Reinbagan" by Todd Terje & Prins Thomas
from Various - Computer Incarnations For World Peace II
"Hum Allah, Hum Allah, Hum Allah" by Toni Esposito
from La Banda Del Sole
Mediterranean instrumental music, exceptional recording that blends jazz, fusion.
Great cover of Pharoah Sanders, Lonnie Liston Smith, Leon Thomas Hum Allah Hum Allah Hum Allah.
"Riding The Storm (Version Idjut)" by Cro-Magnon
from Riding The Storm - Idjut Boys Remixes
Three-piece jam band one of the best in Japan has made the cam back in tip-top shape. Spacey percussion, and killer guitar riffs.
"Fly On A Broken Planet" by Abbsynth
from Special Flight
A sample of the album he recorded in 2011. With clear obvious musical influences from the 80s and Italodisco. Abbsynth (aka Alexander Korolev) take us on a journey into deep space.
Fly On A Broken Planet
"Obanya Special" by Afro Funk
from Body Music
This is a very expensive and difficult to find in good condition mythical album from Afro Funk.
Released first in London, where it was recorded and in Ghana (Chairman Records), the excellent Body Music, the expat West African Afro Funk group, was recently reissued by Secret Stash. Will satisfy fans of Afrodelic Funk.
"Egypt Strut" by Salah Ragab And The Cairo Jazz Band
from Egyptian Jazz (Art Yard 2006)
As digging the records in my local record store yesterday. . . . suddenly I saw a really bright flash in front of me, Mr. Salah Ragab.
And later at home searching the net I found some information .
A forgot to tell you that the record was on dollar bin offers, and the record was sealed.
"Who Is He And What Is He To You" by Creative Source
from Creative Source
Creative Source recorded this wonderful cover of Bill Withers tune back in 1973, and that was a big success for the band. By 1977, after having lost their recording contract, the group disbanded.
"Get Out Of My Life Woman" by John Schroeder And Orchestra
from Working In The Soul Mine (Piccadilly 1966)
Excellent cover by John Schroeder and his friends in this slow slung soul classic. Original by Lee Dorsey.
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