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1 review »Another great compilation from the KPM Music Library series, here DJ Adrian Gibson and Strut’s Quinton Scott have gathered together a fantastic mix of funk, groove, and acid jazz from the archives. This is full of quirky easy listening cuts with a whole chunk of major funk, amongst the classics like Alan Hawkshaw of The Mohawks’ ‘Senior Thump’ and Alan Parker’s &lsquo ... »

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Music For Dancefloors – The KPM Music Library (Deluxe Version) by Various
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8/10 Ian Staff review, 28 March 2013

Another great compilation from the KPM Music Library series, here DJ Adrian Gibson and Strut’s Quinton Scott have gathered together a fantastic mix of funk, groove, and acid jazz from the archives. This is full of quirky easy listening cuts with a whole chunk of major funk, amongst the classics like Alan Hawkshaw of The Mohawks’ ‘Senior Thump’ and Alan Parker’s ‘Unlimited Love’, super rare cuts from KPM’s massive collection. Francis Coppieters’ ‘Cross Talk’ is a vibes filled jazz treat and ‘Jungle Baby’ by H. Ehrlinger is a samba beast guaranteed to get your feet moving.

‘Music For Dancefloors’ is a mind blowing two CD set of crunching Hammond grooves and dancehall jazz/funk very lovingly put together, with the addition of an entire live set from the KPM All-Stars live at the Jazz Cafe in London. I just can’t keep my feet still, the classic ‘Theme From Dave Allen’ brings back some memories and I’m reminded of the James Taylor Quartet live album ‘Absolute JTQ’ with its retro TV Theme tunes like ‘Starsky And Hutch’ and ‘Dirty Harry’. For all you acid jazz collectors out there this would be a great addition to your shelves and your soul!


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