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Florian Keller Party Keller Vol 2


Release Date October 31, Serengeti Stroke The Soul-Saints. Louder, faster, angrier, and harder than punk ever sounded, second-wave punk in Britain kept the core instrumental ingredients but used and produced them in ways that boiled off any subtleties or sophistication. The Florian Keller Party Keller Vol 2 Alternative Singles of the '80s: Various Discotheque 76 3: 60 - While her novels evoke romance, longing, forbidden love, and class struggle, Arundhati Roy's nonfiction proves more incendiary, more seditious. James Brown was a superstar, but surely deserves less than a spot on every funk compilation.

Picture the stacks of wax at your local used record store. How many funk and soul 45s do you count? Five hundred? A thousand? Several thousand? Start digging through crates and running your gaze down an inventory list and you will already have found that getting a handle on something as hyperactively prolific as the 45 single output, especially that of the '70s and early '80s, is impossible. Those who know the most have dedicated their lives to the dig -- and the top brass have made it their careers.

They are hired music geeks, walking encyclopedias of obscure breaks who speak in tongues about dusty out-of-print records that few people but them will ever own. With so much soulful music out there, only a tiny percentage will ever make a re-release or compilation -- and much of it surfaces and re-surfaces time and time again. James Brown was a superstar, but surely deserves less than a spot on every funk compilation.

Unsurprisingly, this has grown out of the electronic jazz scene, where many of the aforementioned hired geeks reside and where the influence of impetuous live-recorded jam jazz and soul has found a merger with tailored and digitized rhythms and sounds.

Even long-standing luminaries have been enticed. The people behind this trend have always been those with an eye on things past, present, and occasionally things presumptively labeled "future. Keller has been in the thick of it since day one. So Keller has developed a good ear for discerning all things funky in both the past and the present. His selection is at its best when he focuses on the latter -- and interestingly, on the disco. Party Keller 2 opens slowly. The Baker Brothers' "Piece of Mind" plods along on break rounds, but barely elicits a raised eyebrow.

The Poets of Rhythm recorded an original song as the Pan-Atlantics, a slow mover with a good vibe not unlike Antibalas. And "Funky Nassau" is of course in there, performed well by erstwhile Pharcyde backers Orgone. All this is decent but not terribly exciting. Party Keller 2 is interesting throughout but only riveting in its final throes.

A little half-baked but half-a-cake will not leave you wanting. Old Crow Medicine Show honor history on Live at the Ryman, while continuing to show more interest in new, charged versions of tradition. Although Hitchcock left Great Britain for the United States in , his first two films -- Rebecca and Suspicion -- nonetheless remained set firmly in English culture. His depictions helped craft perceptions of English life for decades to come.

While her novels evoke romance, longing, forbidden love, and class struggle, Arundhati Roy's nonfiction proves more incendiary, more seditious. Director Robert Eggers' emotional powerhouse, The Lighthouse , is a profound allegorical reminder that no man is an island. Music legend Herb Alpert discusses his new album, Over the Rainbow , maintaining his artistic drive, and his place in music history.

I don't know if I'd get a start as a trumpet player. But I keep doing this because I'm having fun. Introspection Late Night Partying.

Rainy Day Relaxation Road Trip. Romantic Evening Sex All Themes. Features Interviews Lists. Streams Videos All Posts. Release Date October 31, Playful Small Gathering. Track Listing. Am I The Same Girl. Piece of Kind. Baker Bros. Serengeti Stroke. The Soul-Saints. Organ Donor. Lefties Soul Connection. Funky Nassau. Paul Butler. The Sound. Vowel Movement. Travis Blaque. Ego Riot. Alan Bryden. Disco Rhythms.



Music legend Herb Alpert discusses his new album, Over the Rainbow , maintaining his artistic drive, and his place in music history. I don't know if I'd get a start as a trumpet player. But I keep doing this because I'm having fun. In the '70s Dennis Altman was a founding figure of gay liberation.

Now more restrained than radical, the Australian author and activist recounts the past and present of sexual politics in his new book, Unrequited Love. Powerhouse blues vocalist Beth Hart teams with producer Rob Cavallo to confront her own sense of spirituality on her intensely personal new release, War in My Mind. She tells us that story. Now as part of a brief East Coast run. Photos and video of the whole show inside. San Francisco Americana collective Midnight North let loose a soulful new single, "Long View", ahead of their fall tour.

The world's greatest metal band, Metallica unite with their hometown symphony for a concert of symphonic metal magic to ring in opening night at San Francisco's new arena. Veteran drummer from New York's creative music scene, Whit Dickey combines two quartets that pose so many of the key questions about purely improvised music.

The third album from the twisted mind of Sean Cronin shows his band, Very Good, moving in strange, oddly compelling directions. Grammy-winning Los Angeles band La Santa Cecilia's new self-titled album covers much musical ground, all of which is tied together by the powerful vocals of lead singer La Marisoul. Sarah Milov's The Cigarette restores politics to its rightful place in the tale of tobacco's rise and fall, illustrating America's continuing battles over corporate influence, individual responsibility, collective choice, and the scope of governmental power.

Enjoy this excerpt from Chapter 5. Louder, faster, angrier, and harder than punk ever sounded, second-wave punk in Britain kept the core instrumental ingredients but used and produced them in ways that boiled off any subtleties or sophistication.

Just image the Top of the Pops performance. Hardcore country artist, Pinto Bennett's new music video for "I Like Singin' the Blues in a Honky Tonk Song" provides a snapshot of the country icon in his natural habitat, performing amidst family and friends. All rights reserved. Popmatters is wholly independently owned and operated. Powered by RebelMouse.

German rare groove DJ Florian Keller picks refreshments of soul, funk, and disco by contemporary producers. Various Artists Party-Keller, Vol. On Arundhati Roy's 'My Seditious Heart' While her novels evoke romance, longing, forbidden love, and class struggle, Arundhati Roy's nonfiction proves more incendiary, more seditious.

Metallica and the San Francisco Symphony Christen the City's New Arena with Triumphant Team-Up The world's greatest metal band, Metallica unite with their hometown symphony for a concert of symphonic metal magic to ring in opening night at San Francisco's new arena. The Cigarette: A Political History By the Book Sarah Milov's The Cigarette restores politics to its rightful place in the tale of tobacco's rise and fall, illustrating America's continuing battles over corporate influence, individual responsibility, collective choice, and the scope of governmental power.

Rebelling Against the Rebellion: British Punk's Second Coming Louder, faster, angrier, and harder than punk ever sounded, second-wave punk in Britain kept the core instrumental ingredients but used and produced them in ways that boiled off any subtleties or sophistication.

The Greatest Alternative Singles of the '80s: Part 1: - Jackie Chan's 10 Best Films. The Greatest Alternative Singles of the '80s: Part 2: 80 - Am I The Same Girl. Piece of Kind. Baker Bros. Serengeti Stroke. The Soul-Saints. Organ Donor.

Lefties Soul Connection. Funky Nassau. Paul Butler. The Sound. Vowel Movement. Travis Blaque. Ego Riot. Alan Bryden. Disco Rhythms. Thinking Backwards. Sarah Winton. Unconditional Love. Haydain Neale. Serengeti Stroke The Soul-Saints. Bula Paul Butler. Ego Riot Alan Bryden. Unconditional Love Haydain Neale.



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Various Artists Party-Keller Vol. 2. Author: Velanche Publish date: Nov 30, Updated on May 2, Crate-digging don Florian Keller ventures once again on a global music spree of funkified delights. Named after his monthly club night in Munich, this compilation casts a wide net. Whereas the first volume pulled music from the way-back. The second volume of Florian Keller 's crate-digging Party-Keller series is filled with yet more funky rare grooves from yesteryear. This time, the selections are even more obscure, though no less alluring.7/ View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Party-Keller Vol. 2 on Discogs/5(19).