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VA - Kev Beadle Presents The Best Of Inner City Records (2016) Lossless

10-04-2016, 12:39
Jazz | FLAC / APE

Title: Kev Beadle Presents The Best Of Inner City Records
Year Of Release: 2016
Label: BBE
Genre: Jazz
Quality: FLAC
Total Time: 1:17:12
Total Size: 535 MB


1. Judy Roberts - The Other World 05:03
2. The Janet Lawson Quintet - So High 07:53
3. Tom Lellis - Lucky Southern 02:34
4. The Jeff Lorber Fusion - The Samba 05:13
5. Helen Merrill - Vera Cruz 04:58
6. Judy Roberts - Never Was Love 03:59
7. Joe Lee Wilson - Return Of The Prodigal Son 03:56
8. Eddie Jefferson - Jeannine 03:53
9. Kellis Ethridge - Quickie Nirvana 05:18
10. Urszula Dudziak - Shenkansen 03:38
11. Carlos Franzetti - Pandora 04:01
12. The Jeff Lorber Fusion - Curtains 05:57
13. Charlie Mariano - To An Elfin Princess 07:23

Created by industry legend, MMO Music Group founder and true godfather of karaoke (but that’s another story) Irv Kratka alongside producer Eric Kriss, Inner City Records was formed in 1976. During its decade or so in existence, the label put together a formidable catalogue of jazz music and was voted Record Label Of The Year in 1979 by the International Jazz Critics Poll. As well as ‘classic jazz’, the label also gave a platform to more avant-garde material and dabbled in the emerging ‘jazz fusion’ sounds of the day. Fondly remembered by jazz lovers everywhere, the label boasts a particularly fervent fan-base in London, where many of its releases found favour in the underground dance clubs of Soho and Convent Garden. Fittingly enough, London DJ and tastemaker Kev Beadle is the man chosen to put together this very special compilation of Inner City’s finest moments. Having previously curated projects for labels such as Blue Note and Cadet, Kev has dug deep in the crates to emerge with this gem of an album. From the soaring vocals of the jazz-fusion classic ‘The Other World’ by Judy Roberts to the irrepressible dance-floor fire of Eddie Jefferson’s ‘Jeannine’, ‘The Best Of Inner City Records’ serves as a wonderful and eclectic introduction to a label which is rightly remembered with a level of affection which borders on reverence.

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tiger   User offline   10 April 2016 15:25

Thanks a lot.

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Duranium   User offline   10 April 2016 18:22

thxalot but please add Mp3 or UL links

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