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Dark Entries and Honey Soundsystem have teamed up to release the gay porn soundtrack work of San Francisco-based musician and producer, Patrick Cowley.
Perhaps one of the most revolutionary and influential people in the cannon of disco music, Cowley created his own brand of Hi-NRG dance music coined "The San Francisco Sound. During this time Patrick would create radio jingles and electronic pieces using the school's equipment, first a Putney, then an E-MU System and finally a Serge synthesizer.
He would make experimental instrumental songs by blending various types of music and adapting them to the synthesizer. Also that year, he founded Megatone Records and released his debut album. Around this time Patrick was hospitalized and diagnosed with a then-unknown illness: that would later be called AIDS.
John had heard about Patrick's music from the legendary Sylvester and proposed he write music for his films. Patrick jumped on this offer and sent reels of his college compositions from the 70s to John in LA.
Coletti then used a variable speed oscillator to adjust the pitch and speed of Patrick's songs in-sync with the film scene. Influenced by Tomita, Wendy Carlos and Giorgio Moroder, Patrick forged an electronic sound from his collection of synthesizers, modified guitars and self-constructed equipment. The listener enters a world of dark forbidden vices, introspective and reflective of Patrick's time spent in the bathhouses of San Francisco. The songs on "School Daze" range from sparse proto-techno to high octane funk to somber post-punk to musique concrete, revealing the depth of Cowley's unique talent.
Featuring over 80 minutes of music, this compilation contains soundtrack music from two Fox Studio films, "Muscle Up" and "School Daze", never before released on vinyl. Mobius Prime. Logan Bay.
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Sometimes comical, biting, and other-worldly at the same time, funk is music at its most guttural and exciting potential. To this day, the groove that funk started continues to drive hits for the likes of Maroon 5 and Bruno Mars, as well as an entire Childish Gambino album. The albums below each showcase a different flavor of funk. Some will make you dance, some will make you think, but they will all put a smile on your face at least once.
These are 10 of the best funk albums to own on vinyl. Their previous release was a greatest hits collection that would mark a successful career for most bands. For the first time, they officially included three younger members of the family—Chris Jasper, and Ernie and Marvin Isley—the catalysts of their transition from motown to a funkier sound. Side B : Tracklisting: Three unknown tracks for me. Left is the cover of the original issue.
Above is shown the mexican bootleg cover. Label on this bootleg issue on a and b side are white. Side A : Homenaje. This is the same mix as: Ouch-The Home boys see chapter 4. Not good mixed. A and B side are the same black and white label side B as apears on the dutch High Fashion disc. Side A : Tracklisting: M edley with several high energy tracks: Intro,.. Side B : Tracklisting: M edley with several high energy tracks which i don't recognize. This is a exact copy of the dutch High Fashion record part two.
Side B : Tracklisting: Freeez—I. Side A : Tracklisting: 4 tracks two are medley's Track 1:? Track 4: Madonna-Material Girl. Side B : Lamlight Same medley as on Morvan records section Same medleys as on streetalk records sectionDec 25, · Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises Do Ya Wanna Funk (In the Style of Sylvester) (Karaoke Version) · Ameritz - Karaoke Do Ya Wanna Funk (In the St.