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Thursday, January 10, 2008

Don Juilan - Savage! (1973)




1. Title Theme: Savage
2. Lay It On Your Head
3. Where I'm Coming From
4. It's A Sad Song
5. My Favourite Beer Joint
6. Janitizio
7. Just Kiss Me

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Don Julian wrote the music to this violent action film for the tiny Californian label Money Records. It's a raw, early 70's funk album with many great instrumental tracks recorded with a low, dirty sound. At its best, the album is small group funk overlayed with flute. Try "Lay It On Your Head" for a lesson in soundtrack funk as it should be done.

3 comments:

Solomon said...

Thank you.

Anonymous said...

Right-on! Thanks for this killer album. Lots of percussion, flute and action grooves. Raw & real. Bet!

Groovy Scene said...

dead link...peace.

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