Monday, October 26, 2009

Late Solo



Hey Baby (New Rising Sun) - Jimi Hendrix
Brown Bag - Ivan "Boogaloo" Joe Jones
Reptilia - The Strokes
Pula Baú - Jorge Ben
L'Argent Appelle L'Argent - Pamelo Mounk'a
Digital Love - Daft Punk
Someon's Always Singing - Shuggie Otis
L'Arena - Ennio Morricone

5 comments:

steenbeck said...

Loved Pamelo Mounk'a and Jorge Ben. Shuggie Otis was nice, too, as was Shuggie Otis.

nilpferd said...

Milestones is obviously one of my all time favourite tracks.. first time I heard it was the result of a request I posted for it on a radio show as a 10 yr old.. reminded of this talking to my dad tonight..
Nifty boogaloo, the Jorge Ben and Pamelo Mounk'a are irresistable, listening to Daft Punk reminds me there is way too little electronic music on RR.. nice Morricone.. my fav. Morricone arrangement (and trumpet solo) is on
Un Uomo da Rispettare

ejay said...

Shuggie is doubly good, GF's neighbour if I recall.
Was that track from a film Nilpferd?
I'm thinking of doing a Lalo (Schifrin), Ennio (Morricone), Gorgio (Moroder) post. Or anyother film composer with a first name that ends in "o", ooh like Nino (Rota).

nilpferd said...

Allmovie.com and IMDB tell me it was an obscure, 1972 italian-german co-production about a master thief. Starring Kirk Douglas, English title The Master Touch, aka A man to respect.

Better add Johnno Barryo to your list.

ejaydee said...

Johnny Barry will have to fit in another post with Quincy Jonesy.