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v/a - Modernism
Tuotemerkki
Tuotekoodi
127126
Valm. tuotekoodi
2016
EAN
0029667245227
UPC
CD
Toimitusaika alk.
5-15 pv
Toimituskulut alk.
19,90 €
sis. ALV 24,00 %
kpl
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Since the dawn of club culture modernists have looked for the very best black American music. Here are 24 tracks that would have filled dancefloors at any time in mod’s history.

For some the iconography of the original mod scene was a siren call. Starting from about 1978 – and inspired by the Jam’s first flush of success and the publicity around the soon-to-be-released film Quadrophenia – the first of what seems to be a continual series of mod revivals began to take place. It was a look back at the popular mod images of 1965 and 1966, when the very best of the early British mod groups broke through. Within a year, as the Jam broke through to the Top 10, there was an army of parka-wearing kids attending gigs by a slew of new bands. On the whole just too young for punk, rather than reviving something they were drawing upon influences from the past to champion a new set of groups.

1. BEG ME - Chuck Jackson
2. EVERYBODY’S FEELIN’ GOOD - King Carl
3. I’M GONNA GET YOU - Leroy Harris
4. LISTEN TO ME (BABY) - Ralph Ventsha & Red Julain
Quartet
5. CINDERELLA JONES - Sammy Jones
6. I KNOW WHAT I WANT - Tommy G & The Charms
7. AIN’T THAT SOUL - Teddy Reynolds
8. CROSSROADS IN YOUR HEART - The Shirelles
9. MAGIC POTION - Lou Johnson
10. SOUL IS MY GAME - Chet “Poison” Ivey & His
Fabulous Avengers
11. I’VE GOTTA KNOW WHY - Darrow Fletcher
12. TEE NA NA NA NA NAY - Eddie Bo
13. WE GONNA RUB PART 1 - Joe Johnson
14. I’M ON THE MOVE - Joe Mayfield
15. NIGHT BEAT - Kenny Smith & The Loveliters
16. PRIVATE EYE - Wallace Johnson
17. CLAP YOUR HANDS - Ambertones
18. GO - Little Johnny Hamilton & The Creators
19. THE PHILLIE - M&M & The Peanuts
20. THE DUCK PART 2 - Jackie Lee
21. DANCIN’ EVERYWHERE - Bob & Earl
22. WHEN ONE OF THEM WON’T - The Turnarounds
23. THE LIFE OF THE PARTY - Joan Moody
24. DO IT - Pat Powdrill

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