Act of Sedition AoS001 - 70s Throwback
1. Louis Norris Song – Fat Laureen (Edit of Chuck Armstrong's “Something Got A Hold On Me” from 1979)
2. My Business – Gael & Sébastien (Edit of Gregory Jolly's “What 'em Doing Is My Business” from 1979)
3. Seven Blows of Dr Dragon – Bully Boy (Edit of Dr Dragon & the Oriental Express's “Dr Dragon's Theme” from 1977)
4. Ghetto Disco – Ted Taylor (Sensational Luciano's edit of classic from 1977)
This double pack showcases four different producers and concentrates on tracks from 1970s. Gatefold edition is limited to 250 copies and comes in handmade cover, tagged and stamped. Each copy is unique.
The following tracks take samples and inspiration from the golden era of funk & disco. The '70s saw some truly remarkable releases.
The Amazing Luciano drops his edit of Ted Taylor's Ghetto Disco and Bully Boy refixes Dr. Dragon's Theme from a little known, rare Japanese album - The Birth of a Dragon. Both tracks hark from 1977 which saw a seismic shift in musical attitudes.
The second 45 is a rare groove killer from Gael & Sebastien and the first release from Fat Laureen, both edit masters from the Cote d'Azur.
Gregory Jolly's What 'Em Doing Is My Business gets a refix with some serious beats and Louis Norris has the cut and paste treatment from our French maestros.