Planet Funk - Who Said (Test Pressing) FLAC album
Title: Who Said (Test Pressing)
FLAC version ZIP size: 1402 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1923 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1321 mb
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Matrix, Runout (Side 2): 3H04987-01 B1. Other (Vinyl catalogue number): XL 883 LP. Other (Runout groove etching on side 1): I said who are you ?" Other (Runout groove etching on side 2): I said you. "Outras versões (5 de 7) Ver tudo.
A Funk Odyssey is the fifth studio album by British funk band Jamiroquai. The album was released on 3 September 2001 in the United Kingdom by Sony Soho Square and 11 September 2001 by Epic Records in the United States. In a 2001 interview with Billboard magazine, Kay said he wrote the deliberately simple first single "Little L" in 25 minutes, "It would have been so easy to overthink and overwrite that song, because it's so incredibly simple. But that would've killed i. He described the fourth single, "Corner of the Earth" as a "spiritual song" that "speaks for anyone who's in a place or a moment where they're happy. For the tenth track "Picture of My Life", Kay said, "I cried throughout the process of writing.
Untitled (PPU TEST PRESSING) by Benedek, released 01 December 2013 1. Phase 2. Wavrunner 3. 99 Ranch 4. Breeze 5. Ease Out 6. JMZ 7. Cold Flame 8. Show Me 9. Lonely Whale. supported by 8 fans who also own Untitled (PPU TEST PRESSING). Great project, played iigo on my weekly broadcast radio show and the phone line lit up. People pulling their cars over to call asking about the tune.
Planet Funk is a self-titled compilation album by the Italian electronic group Planet Funk, released by Universal Music in 2009. It contains all 15 of the group's singles, plus three new songs. written by A. Neri, D. Black, D. Canu, M. Baroni and S. Della Monica. Inside All The People" - 4:57 (Non Zero Sumness, 2002). written by Alessandro Neri, Dan Black, Domenico Canu, Marco Baroni and Sergio Della Monica.
Bennett clearly knew his way around a recording studio by the time this record was written and produced. The interesting thing though (sorry to generalise) is that for a drummer he clearly has an amazing way with a melody (pop fact – in the 80s he wrote TV themes including Dallas, The Sweeney and more). The synths, the drums, the funk and groove. Chain Reaction’ follows which feels more traditional in its way until its drops into the most unholy bassline groove. Where on earth did that come from.
According to an article in The Guardian, Planet Funk received a demo tape from a British vocalist. Dan Clark was formerly in Leigh Bowery's notorious art collective, Minty, who performed with toilets on their heads, and the P-Funk boys admired his fury and thus 'Who Said' was Born. More songs from Planet Funk. More songs from 2003.
Discover all Planet Funk's music connections, watch videos, listen to music, discuss and download. Who Said (Stuck in the UK) by Planet Funk (2002). People Eating Fruit by Manitoba (2001). These Boots Are Made for Walkin' (2011). is a cover of. These Boots Are Made for Walkin' by Nancy Sinatra (1966).
Follow Test Pressing to never miss another show. Playing tracks by. Cantoma, Planet Funk, Mario Balaguer, William Orbit, Brenda Ray and more. This show was 9th in the global chill out chart, 13th in the global ambient chart and 20th in the global soul chart.
May 28 at 8:32 AM ·. Ghost Vision are Danny McLewin and Thomas Gandey. You know Danny if you read Test Pressing. He is one half of (and the digger side of) Psychemagik and deliverer of too many ace mixes for us. Ghost Vision comes from a different angle or dimension going by their sound.