Also hier muss ich einfach auf Luckys Tipp eingehen und seine Compilation zu David Sheas Sample-Quellen übernehmen. „Hier ist eine Sammlung von Originalstücken, aus denen New Yorker Komponist und Sampling-Künstler David Shea ausgiebig für die Verwendung seiner ersten Alben gesampelt hat. Die meisten dieser Stücke haben extreme Stereobilder und sollten am besten entweder über richtig platzierte Lautsprecher oder mit Kopfhörern gehört werden.“© Lucky

 

Tracklist:
  1. Ray Martin „Stormy Weather“
    from: Dynamica (RCA/Stereo Action Series, 1961)

  2. Esquivel „Street of Dreams“
    from: Latin-Esque (RCA/Stereo Action Series, 1962)

  3. Quincy Jones „Shoot to Kill“
    from: Mirage (soundtrack) (Mercury, 1965)

  4. Ray Martin „Indian Summer“
    from: Dynamica (RCA/Stereo Action Series, 1961)

  5. Martin Denny „Buddhist Bells“
    from: Primitiva (Liberty, 1958)

  6. Paul Misraki „Theme d’Amour“
    from: Alphaville (soundtrack) (1965, only released on compilations)

  7. Quincy Jones „Hangin‘ Paper“
    from: In Cold Blood (soundtrack) (Colgems, 1967)

  8. Martin Denny „Goony Birds“
    from: Forbidden Island (Liberty, 1958)

  9. Ray Martin „Pagan Love Song“
    from: Dynamica (RCA/Stereo Action Series, 1961)

  10. Esquivel „Jungle Drums (Canto Karabali)“
    from: Latin-Esque (RCA/Stereo Action Series, 1962)

  11. Martin Denny „M’bira“
    from: Primitiva (Liberty, 1958)

  12. Quincy Jones „Aftermath“
    from: The Slender Thread (soundtrack) (Mercury, 1965)

  13. Henry Mancini „Teen-Age Hostage“
    from: Experiment in Terror (soundtrack) (RCA, 1962)

  14. Quincy Jones „Abso-Bleedin‘-Lutely“
    from: Walk Don’t Run (soundtrack) (Mainstream, 1966)

  15. Esquivel „Latin-Esque“
    from: Latin-Esque (RCA/Stero Action Series, 1962)

  16. Ray Martin „Malaguena“
    from: Dynamica (RCA/Stereo Action Series, 1961)

  17. Esquivel „Carioca“
    from: Latin-Esque (RCA/Stereo Action Series, 1962)

  18. André Popp as ‚Elsa Popping et sa Musique Sidérante/E.P. and her Pixieland Band‘ „La Polka du Colonel“
    from: Delirium in Hi-Fi (Phonogram, 1957)

  19. Ray Martin „Humoresque“
    from: Dynamica (RCA/Stereo Action Series, 1961)

  20. Antoine Duhamel „Ferdinand“
    from: Pierrot le Fou (soundtrack) (Sido, 1965)

  21. Quincy Jones „Seduction“
    from: In Cold Blood (soundtrack) (Colgems, 1967)

  22. Esquivel „So Rare“
    from: Infinity in Sound (RCA, 1960)

  23. Martin Denny „Caravan“
    from: Exotica Vol. III (Liberty, 1959)

  24. Quincy Jones „Kitty with the Bent Frame“
    from: $/Dollars (soundtrack) (Reprise, 1972 – film from 1971)

  25. Esquivel „Raspa“
    album: Latin-Esque (RCA/Stereo Action Series, 1962)

  26. Ray Martin „Flight of the Bumble Bee“
    album: Dynamica (RCA/Stereo Action Series, 1961)

  27. Terry Snyder/Enoch Light „I’m in the Mood for Love“
    album: Persuasive Percussion (Command, 1959)

  28. Martin Denny „March of the Siamese Children“
    album: Forbidden Island (Liberty, 1958)

  29. Ray Martin „The Moon was Yellow“
    album: Dynamica (RCA/Stereo Action Series, 1961)

  30. Esquivel „La Paloma“
    album: Latin-Esque (RCA/Stereo Action Series, 1962)

  31. Paul Misraki „Valse Triste“
    album: Alphaville (soundtrack) (1965, only released on compilations)

  32. Ray Martin „Bye Bye Blues“
    album: Dynamica (RCA/Stereo Action Series, 1961)

bonus 1:  Dick Hyman „Four Duets in Odd Meter“
album: „Moog – The Electric Eclectics of Dick Hyman“ (Command, 1969)

bonus 2: Enoch Light/Command Allstars „Mood Indigo“
„Provocative Percussion“ (Command, 1960)

total time: 79’19 (w/ bonus: 85’36)

Sourced by Lucky.
Dedicated to David Shea.

For information on the featured artists visit The Space Age Pop Music Page.

The picture on the cover is from Japanese architect Kenzō Tange’s Redevelopment Plan of the Tsukiji District proposal, Tokyo, Japan, 1964 – taken from Kenzo Tange Associates homepage. Another photo from it has been used by Belgian label Sub Rosa for David Shea’s album „The Tower of Mirrors“ (1995).

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