Friday, March 29, 2013
Here we go.
Another new feature: Essential Comps Everyone Should Own! Great compilation albums essential for every hi-fi! Let's see how long this one lasts!!!
Our first entry is the mighty comp "Beat Jazz-Pictures From the Gone World", on Pesky Serpent Records.
Dig that swing, daddy-o, cuz this a mighty slab o' bongo-beatin', be-bop swingin' down'n'dirty finger poppin' groove and rhythm rebellion, featuring such luminaries as Jack Kerouac, Slim Gaillard, Kenneth Rexroth, Moondog, Sun Ra, Coleman Hawkins, and Bob Dorough.
It's a beat-noir masterpiece of funky jazz, Autumnal groove, caffeinated word-bop and SEX, SEX, SEX!!! Perfect for every party, when the mood gets down and the mellow vibe is needed, slap this fucker on and watch the berets go flyin' as the kids get their freak on! Ya think you've got a mad pad now? Its' about to get even madder!
"Beat Jazz-Pictures From the Gone World" can be found all over the world-wide web (even available on the inferior CD version...we, of course, recommend the vinyl)....Check it out, now, you beatnik funk soul brothers and sisters!
Perhaps our favorite "comp" of all time.
The following is ripped from our vinyl copy.
Roy Glenn: Big High Song For Somebody (mp3)
Ellie Glenn and the 7 Beat Sulks: Let's Make It (mp3)
Please support yr local, independent chin-bearded bongo-beatin' beatnik.