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Funky Chimes

Format: limited unmixed 2xCD + 36 page hard-cover bound book
Cat: SDBANCD 08
Released: 06 Jun 17
Genre: Soul
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Tracklist
Side 1
1. The Soul Scratchers - "Scratch My Back" (part 1 & 2)
2. Francis Coppieters - "Funky Chimes"
3. SSO - "Faded Lady" (instrumental)
4. The Flying Guitar - "Barabajagal"
5. The Sumos - "My Chinese Girl Likes Kung Fu Fighting"
6. Bud Hunga & His Diplomatic Music - "Travelling On Rhythms"
7. Experience - "Pink Movement"
8. The Peter Laine Orchestra - "Tiger Walk"
9. Kandahar - "The Fancy Model"
10. Kiosk - "Mona Call"
11. Guido Carnagy - "Free Way Exit"
12. Andre Brasseur - "X"
13. Electronic System III - "Skylab"
Side 2
1. The Indian Sound Of... Black Foot - "Smoke Signal"
2. Hearts & Soul Of Shampoo - "We Love The Policeman"
3. Roland Thyssen - "Riff For Peggy"
4. R Dero - "Soul Melody"
5. Philip Catherine - "Give It Up Or Turn It Aloose"
6. Skleroptak - "Punktowiec"
7. Etta Cameron - "Guess We'd Better Break Up Now"
8. Selectasound '88 & The Bob Boon Singers - "Tabou"
9. Hugo Raspoet - "Spuitje Op, Laat Je Rijden"
10. Leslie Kent - "Inner City Blues"
11. Patricia Burns - "Paddock"
12. Georges Hayes & His Philarpopic Orchestra - "Concerto For Right Foot & Orchestra"
13. The Free Pop Electronic Concept - "Chewing Gum Delirium"
14. Lieven - "Akkerwinde"
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Review

While certain aspects of Belgian's musical culture have been extensively chronicled - think hardcore, new beat and trad jazz, for starters - others have largely been overlooked. Funky Chimes attempts to set the record straight, gathering together two discs worth of little known soul and jazz-funk recorded in Belgium throughout the 1970s. It's revelatory stuff, all told. Kiosk's "Mona Call", for example, sounds like it could have been recorded by Brazilian jazz-funk greats Azymuth, while Andre Bresseur's "X" is as heavy a slab of funk-rock as you'll find. The killer cuts keep on coming throughout, from the string-drenched Blaxploitation disco of "We Love The Policeman" by Hearts & Soul of Shampoo to the lo-fi genius of Leslie Kent's cover of Marvin Gaye's "Inner City Blues".

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