Comes with an A1 poster of the cover with prints on both sides.
If you are into jazzfunk and soundtrack, the Danish soundtrack to the animated 45 minutes childrens movie “Bennys Badekar” (Benny’s Bathtub) from 1970, is your number one record to come out of Denmark from those glory days. Originally released as a 4 track 7” EP in 1970, we have expanded the material og recordings to justify the release of an album. This great re-issue LP contains all four of the tracks originally released on the EP, plus all of the rest of the tracks from the movie, some dialog (in danish) and a bunch of passages of psychedelic sitar-ish “underwater music”.
This is a cult movie in Denmark - and the tracks are a part of the danish history of music. But apart from being a very big thing in Denmark, it does have that extra something, its jazzy and has a psych thing going on, surely something that diggers worldwide are looking for.. The record is renowned for the strong jazz team, featuring jazz heavy weighters of Copenhagen anno 1970 - such as Allan Botschinsky, Kenny Drew, Ray Pitts, Niels Henning Ørsted Pedersen (NHØP), Bjarne Rostvold and Christian Sievert. The jazzy vocal tracks are sung in danish by the cream of danish 60s pop and rock, such as Peter Belli, Otto Brandenburg, Poul Dissing and Trille.
All rights are cleared by the owners. The LP was mastered by Morten McCoy (Bremer/McCoy (Luaka Bop)), and pressed by small local pressing plant Nordsø Records, who always delivers very nice pressings.