BLOW UP: EXCLUSIVE BLEND VOL.1 (LP)
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1. alan parker and alan hawkshaw - move move move
2. johnny pearson - discotheque
3. steve groy - stomp
4. alan hawkshaw - rocky mountain runabout
5. david lindup - french kick
6. alan hawkshaw - me till im blue
7. keith mansfield - exclusive blend
8. alan hawkshaw - tap footer
9. david lindup - the zodiac
10. roy cameron, alan parker and alan hawkshaw - coast to coast
11. james clarke - boogaloo smith
12. keith mansfield - step forward
13. keith mansfield - mexican d.j.
14. keith mansfield - powerhouse pop
15. come johnny pearson - come here calcutta
16. alan parker and alan hawkshaw - take to the sky
Reissue of Volume 1 from the classic groundbreaking Blow Up presents Exclusive Blend music library series sees Paul Tunkin, DJ & founder of legendary Blow Up club, taking us on a journey deep into the vaults of the KPM music library. The album features the cream of the KPM Music Library writers including Keith Mansfield, Alan Hawkshaw, Alan Parker and Johnny Pearson.
Reissue of Volume 1 from the classic groundbreaking Blow Up presents Exclusive Blend music library series sees Paul Tunkin, DJ & founder of legendary Blow Up club, taking us on a journey deep into the vaults of the KPM music library. The album features the cream of the KPM Music Library writers including Keith Mansfield, Alan Hawkshaw, Alan Parker and Johnny Pearson, From the pounding up-tempo of 'Move, Move, Move' through the Hammond-heavy 'Beat Me 'Til I'm Blue' and 'Rocky Mountain Runabout' (versions of both featuring on the legendary Mohawks 'The Champ' album) to the sitar 60s club sound of 'Delhi Discotheque' and 'Come here Calcutta'.
Most of these tracks had never been commercially available before this release. Blow Up presents Exclusive Blend Volume 1 has been continuously repressed since its release and remains a ground-breaking introduction to the world of the music library, the first in a series reflecting the diverse music that can be heard at London's legendary Blow Up club. “When Paul Tunkin, promoter of long-running club Blow Up, was granted access to the KPM catalogue, he found himself inside a musical goldmine.
Play them and pretend you're in a film like... well, a film like 'Blow Up'” Simon Price The Independent On Sunday. "During the UK 'loungecore' scene of the Nineties, DJ Paul Tunkin noted how well such Hammond-heavy instrumentals worked at his Blow Up club in London. Instant, impeccably dressed cool" Dickon Edwards Plan B. "The sound of Tony Hatch, Burt Bacharach, Peter Wyngarde, Patrick McGoohan, Mike Flowers and The James Taylor licking each other to orgasm inside a lava lamp – 7/10" NME / "Sure to get even the most tired of tassled loafers shuffling onto the dancefloor.” Big Issue. Composer Quotes: "Those of us who were part of the recording scene in the sixties can now look back and reflect on how lucky we were to be around at the time that English 'Pop & Rock' music would become such a success. I hope that when you listen to Exclusive Blend, you will be taken back in time and can enjoy all the positive energy that was such a part of that era." Keith Mansfield
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