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Various - KPM 047A To 052B flac album

Various - KPM 047A To 052B flac album Performer: Various
Title: KPM 047A To 052B
Style: Soundtrack, Contemporary Jazz, Easy Listening
Released: 1970
MP3 album: 1463 mb
FLAC album: 1155 mb
Rating: 4.9
Other formats: ADX WAV AC3 RA ASF XM DMF
Genre: Jazz / Media

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Also see KPM 642 CD: Various - The KPM 1000 Series Vo. Design and Illustration by Marcia Lotito & Phil Giggle Photographs of Robin Phillips kindly lent by Jennifer Phillips Photographs of 'The Cologne Sessions' lent by Graham Walker.

The KPM ‘Music fo. series has been carefully created to highlight the hidden gems in the KPM back catalog.

Granted, the album was completed in the wake of Ricky Wilson's death, but the group appeared bereft of new musical ideas and were sounding rather stale. In other words, the last thing anyone expected was a first-class return to form, which is what they got with Cosmic Thing. Working with producers Don Was and Nile Rodgers, the B-52's updated their sound with shiny new surfaces and deep, funky grooves - it was the same basic pattern as before, only refurbished and contemporized

Продавец: Дом Фарфора. Адрес: Россия, Москва, Барклая, 6, 5, 22. ОГРН: 1107746042612


047A Mister Charles 2:20
047B Sugar Beat 2:24
048A Treadin' Light 2:52
048B Boogie Man 2:35
049A Society Swing 2:34
049B Rock Cake 2:41
050A Busy Bachelor 3:16
050B Continental Highways 2:30
051A Walk In The Sun 2:47
051B Flight To The Sun 3:18
052A Spring Fashion 2:34
052B Winter Olympics 2:34


  • Written-By – Alan Braden (tracks: 052A, 052B), Harold Geller (tracks: 050B), Raymond Jones (tracks: 051A, 051B), Redvers Kyle (tracks: 050A), Sid Phillips (tracks: 047A - 049B)