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New York Trouble/Electric Progression

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Vinyl, January 15, 2013
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Here is one for the crate diggers, the beat producers and the Library music geekers among us. Utilizing two very rare 1970's KPM 1000 series library LPs that feature the sparse rhythm section of UK session giants, bassist Herbie Flowers (Lou Reed ''Walk on the Wild Side'', David Essex ''Rock On'' and David Bowie ''Space Oddity'') and drummer Barry Morgan (Bowie, Elton John, The Walker Brothers), DJ/remixer Tim Lee and prolific multi-instrumentalist Shawn Lee set out to faithfully bring the original recordings to their logical conclusion 40 years later. They've added additional drum parts, fuzz guitars, spacey synths, percussion, Hammond organ, Rhodes, horns, vibes, marimba, xylophone and even banjo! Shawn recorded his set, New York Trouble, at his London studio, and Tim added analogue synth madness to Electric Progression in Brooklyn. Also available on Vinyl.

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