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Tony & The Mulestation Isbergues 2 AM
02 :13
02
Les Merseys Freakout!
03 :19
03
The Nilsmen Le Winston
02 :43
04
The Beatstalkers Baseline
02 :10
05
Jerry Allen I Was A Persian Fly
03 :00
06
Slamcreepers Slightly
02 :43
07
David Sleppin'
04 :51
08
The V-Rangers What D'I Say
02 :57
09
The Johnny Harris Orchestra Here Comes The Boot
02 :42
10
The Reg Guest Syndicate Underworld
02 :41
11
The Bad Boys Black Olives
02 :21
12
The John Schroder Orchestra Nightrider
02 :17
13
The Underground Set Archipelago
03 :20
14
The Wild Ones Come On Back
02 :23
15
Julian Covey & The Machine Sweet Bacon
03 :02
16
The Mohawks Pepsi
03 :30
17
The Artie Scott Orchestra Watermelon Man
02 :56
18
The Van Doren Hawksworth Collection Pinball
02 :37
ARTIST
TITLE
Get Smarter
FORMAT
CD

LABEL
CATALOG #
PAPR 2108CD PAPR 2108CD
GENRE
RELEASE DATE
10/20/2009

Subtitled: 60's Instrumental Grooves From Around The Globe!!!! A great selection of instrumental grooves from around the globe: there really isn't a better way to describe Get Smarter! Already a firm favorite with DJs and others in the know, the original vinyl comp merits a wider listening audience via a good CD release. So here you have it: a super-cool mix of '60s instrumental singles that will be promoted to press and radio stations worldwide. Eighteen killer tracks of freaky go-go-phased Hammond wig-outs, groovy party rave-ups, trippy psych weirdness and laid back lounge-influenced funky pop-jazz. Includes the bongo-driven beat-surf rocker "Pinball" by The Van Doren Hawksworth Collection, the keys-dominated funk-shuffle of Julian Covey & The Machine's "Sweet Bacon," and the great, guitar-fuzz R&B soul of The Bad Boys' "Black Olives." More bang for your buck with detailed notes on each band in the accompanying full-color booklet. Other artists include: Tony & The Mulestation, Les Merseys, The Nilsmen, The Beatstalkers, Jerry Allen, Slamcreepers, David, The V-Rangers, The Johnny Harris Orchestra, The Reg Guest Syndicate, The John Schroder Orchestra, The Underground Set, The Wild Ones, The Mohawks, and The Artie Scott Orchestra.