Aug
15
2014
1

Ride Me High

dragster1J.J. Cale – Ride Me High

Playing for petrol heads, rock freaks and disco hipsters? If you dare to try and have the timing spot on, you can get them all riding high with this one and nobody bothers to point out that they hated it long before it was passé.

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Feb
19
2014
3

Les Envahisseurs

299987394893465897893è Génération – Les Envahisseurs

Science fiction music from France, 1978.

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Mar
24
2011
2

Yury Chernavsky “Hello, Bananan Boy!” (How_Beezar Instrumental Re-Edit)

Here’s maestro Yury Chernavsky again. You might hear his earlier groovy disco classic “Discs Are Circling (How_Beezar Re-Edit)” performed by Krasny Maki band.

3 years later, in 1983 Chernavsky recorded his 1st solo album “Banana’s Islands” which never has been officially released.  In 1987, at the height of the Perestroyka, track “Hello, Bananan Boy” was included in film “ASSA” OST. This film is the cult for every kid grown up in 80s in USSR. I, for example, decided to become a musician right away after the final credits of the film.

“Hello, Bananan Boy” illustrates Disco-Not-Disco influence on indie dance enthusiasts in Soviet Union: bass, drums, infectious guitar riff and freaky vocal with absurd lyrics about little boy Bananan living in a telephone receiver.

In this How_Beezar Instrumental Re-Edit words are cut out, and we can delight with pure rhythm and amazing guitar riff.

[soundcloud]http://soundcloud.com/how_beezar/yury-chernavsky-hello-bananan[/soundcloud]

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