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Folk Funk & Trippy Troubadours Vol 1: Double LP
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- Release Date 09 September 2022
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- Double Vinyl LP
- Republic Of Music
For volume one in the series, Paul has compiled nineteen tracks that represent the journey he’s been on with the Folk Funk and Trippy Troubadours sound to date. There’s music here that has never seen the light of day, demo versions that never made the cut, new exclusive material and beloved classics from the FFTT vaults. The compilation is a sonic landscape of canyon rock, hot tub soul, Frisco folk, Balearic breeze and trippy troubadourial treasures, all lovingly handpicked for the series.
To whet people's appetites for this alluring funky, psychedelic collection, do listen to a first single in form of 'Sweet Sweet Stay A While' by American singer songwriter Jeb Loy Nichols above. Dubbed ‘The high priest of country cool’ by Rolling Stone Magazine, Nichols was raised on bluegrass and country in Missouri, lived in New York in the late 70s during the birth of hip hop and rap and shared a squat in the early '80s with The Slits' Ari Up, Adrian Sherwood and Neneh Cherry in post punk London. All meaning that his complete disregard for genre purity have been one of Nichols biggest influences, which is there in great abundance on the soulful 'Sweet Sweet Stay A While'.
|1||D1. Smokey - 'Topaz'|
|2||D2. Geoff Bartley - 'Don’t Want To Know About Evil'|
|3||D3. Robin Woodland - 'One Golden Moment'|
|4||D4. Richard Pass - 'We’ll Find Love'|
|5||D5. Kip Carmen - 'That’s Enough For Me'|
|1||A1. Duncan Pryce Kirk - 'Space Out'|
|2||A2. Eik - 'Mr Sadness'|
|3||A3. Joe Hall and Eyeball Wine Company - 'Movable Feast'|
|4||A4. Christian Besa Wright - 'Cherry Blossom Oak'|
|5||A5. Wendy Grose - 'Blue Sunny Sky Day'|
|6||A6. Ruth Finlay - 'Deep Calls To Deep'|
|1||C1. Peter Wale - 'One Quiet Sultry Sunday'|
|2||C2. Sorahan - 'With His Siller In His Hand'|
|3||C3. Cindi Titzer - 'All For You'|
|1||B1. Will and James Ragar - 'Clouds Lift'|
|2||B2. Scott Seskind - 'I Wonder'|
|3||B3. Tim McKenna - 'Where Are You?'|
|4||B4. Jeb Loy Nichols - 'Sweet Sweet Stay Awhile'|
|5||B5. Gary Boyle - 'So Many Times Before'|