Tuesday, May 25, 2010

Low Fidelity Jet-Set Orchestra - Searching For A Bit Of Popularity (2008)

Artist: Low Fidelity Jet-Set Orchestra
Title Of Album: Searching For A Bit Of Popularity
Year Of Release: 2008
Label: Hammondbeat Records
Genre: Acid Jazz / Lo-Fi / Funk
Format: MP3
Bitrate: V2 VBR Kbps
Tracks: 11
Total Time: 51:39 min
Total Size: 60 MB
WebSite: myspace.com


01. Model's Arrival (3:23)
02. Forbidden Expo In Hawaii (4:49)
03. Taxi's Chase (4:15)
04. Behind The Star-System (3:47)
05. Funky Make-Up (4:42)
06. ObSEXion (5:27)
07. Between The Star-System (6:38)
08. Modal Shopping Guide (5:16)
09. Strange Message From A Photographer (5:09)
10. Kebab's Revenge (4:00)
11. Super Shine (4:08)

- Clique Aqui:

Searching For A Bit Of Popularity is the collection of 11 all-new heartbeat-skipping, soul-bending, mind-altering elixirs for the brand-new you.
Low Fidelity Jet-Set Orchestra begin with a nu-jazz and cinematic core and dive aggressively into vintage sound of deep funk roots, bossa-nova excursions, and an overdose of Hammond stabs, licks, chops and grooves.

Those that obsess for KPM and Chappell; Mansfield and Hawkshaw; Morricone and Umilani shall take notice. Searching For A Bit Of Popularity is a breathtaking tribute to the elusive library underground and a hardcore excursion into ancient backlot b-movie cinema crashing head first into the moderne concrete jungles of sophisticated cool and Hollywood lust that Mancini and Schifrin paved.

Sound-wrangler Dave Masoch (Modulo5) turns the knobs and designs the breaks and beats. Paolo “Apollo” Negri (Link Quartet, Wicked Minds) modulates the rhythms and unleashes the mighty Hammond in all the right places.

Searching For A Bit Of Popularity follows Low Fidelity’s crazy-cool debut 45 “Bahia Soul” b/w “Jazz Rocker” [HB7-02]. 2 exclusives that set the foundation for this happening new project: cool vintage bossa sounds swirling with jazz, hard funk and Hammond grooves...tasty? Tasty!!!


Anonymous said...


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