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Thursday, 19 June 2008

Karl Hector & The Malcouns Mixtape.......Highly Reccomended

The Karl Hector Show (Mixtape)

This post is an amazing mixtape by Karl Hector & The Malcouns, a new project featuring members of Poets of Rhythm and the Malcouns. Details of there new album can be found here, or check below.

Click HERE for the Mixtape.


1. Jimmi Green – The Robot (Funk)
2. Toni Esposito – Processione Sul Mare (Italian Prog)
3. Doug Hammond – Motherland (Drums)
4. Peter Thomas – Coordinates Meeting (Library)
5. Pedro Beltran – Shacalao (Cumbia Moderna)
6. Lizandro Meza – Shacalao (Afro Latin)
7. Pierre Didy – Ma Fou Fou (Afro Funk)
8. Transgressors – Will Power (New Funk)
9. Peoples Choice – Off Spring (Funk)
10. Sevda – Karadeniz (Turkish Jazz)
11. Menelik Wossenachew (Ethio Jazz)
12. Blucky D´Almedia - Les Nanes (Jerk)
13. Bootsey Phelps – Fun In Your Thang (Funk)
14. Jimmy Jones – Time And Changes (Black Rock)
15. Elite Force – Feeling Good (Island Soul)
16. Maurice Miller Trio – Karachi (Lounge Jazz)
17. Julius Hemphill – Body (Edit) (Jazz)
18. Shepps – Tell More (New Funk)
19. Soul Majestics – I Done Told You (Soul)
20. Girma Beyene – Bati (Intro) (Ethio Jazz)

"Afrodelic Kraut Funk from the minds behind the Poets of Rhythm and
the Whitefield Brothers.

Release date: July 9, 2008. CD, 2LP, Digital | Pre-sale @ Amazon

Now-Again Records follows up The Heliocentrics’ percussive excursions into the astral realms of psychedelia with an album of Afro-tinged funk music originating from the Southern Sahara and recorded in Germany.

Karl Hector has, to date, only appeared on one 7-inch, from 1996, as the leader of the Funk Pilots. For this album, he has teamed up with Jay Whitefield (producer and guitarist for the Poets of Rhythm and the Whitefield Brothers, and founder of the now defunct Hotpie & Candy Records) and Thomas Myland and Zdenko Curlija, founders of The Malcouns.

Alongside Bo Baral, other members of the Poets of Rhythm and crack Munich- based session musicians, Whitefield, Myland and Curlija have crafted nearly twenty tracks that follow the musical roads that Hector has travelled. The underlying groove that ties these ideas together, of course, is as rooted in James Brown as it is Fela Kuti. As informed by Mulatu Astatke of Ethiopia as it is by Jean-Claude Vannier and Can. This is an album of the world. Not “world music” – but that will appeal to any culture ever transfixed by rhythm on “the one.”

01. When The Sun Breaks Through
02. Nyx
03. Followed Path
04. Transition >J<
05. Sahara Swing
06. Psycles
07. Transition >I<
08. Koloko Pt. 1
09. Debere
10. Transition >Z<
11. Jabore Pt. 3
12. Mystical Brotherhood
13. Timely Interuption
14. Transition >B<
15. Mellow (Version)
16. Rush Hour
17. Transition >W<
18. Toure Samar
19. Passau Run

(Stones Throw Records/Now Again Redords)

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