Monday, October 17, 2011

LEE GAGNON-JEREMIE (ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK), LP, 1972, CANADA


This Quebecois symphonic funk rarity (the score for a ballet, apparently) hits several right notes and a few truly righteous ones over the course of this rare LP, though there's a consistent tension between the lacquerings of limpid orchestration (skirting into the territory of 70's Stayfree maxi pad commercials at its most unctuous moments here) and the funk outbursts, which range from tightly poppin' little numbers laced with Art Webb-ish flute-y flutterings to deeper funk investigations larded with growling and spitting acid wah.

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3 comments:

Anonymous said...

pretty nice, thanks
poseurrome

always dude your best! said...

thanks! only had a chance to listen to the first track... 3 times. can't wait to listen to the rest of it. very promising.

Myles said...

beautiful beautiful stuff