V.A. – Brighton’s Tru Thoughts Covers (2009) download

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  1. The Seeker of Good Songs

    The Seeker of Good Songs Well-Known Member

    Apr 25, 2006
    01. Nostalgia 77 feat. Alice Russell – Seven Nation Army
    original version by The White Stripes
    02. Quantic & his Combo Bárbaro – Wandering Star
    original version by Portishead
    03. Hot 8 Brass Band – Sexual Healing (Re-Edit)
    original version by Marvin Gaye
    04. The Quantic Soul Orchestra – Hold It Down
    original version by 4Hero
    05. The Bamboos – Happy
    original version by Max Sedgleye
    06. The Quantic Soul Orchestra – Get A Move On
    original version by Moondog
    07. Lizzy Parks – It Was A Very Good Year
    original version by Frank Sinatra
    08. The Bamboos – King Of The Rodeo
    original version by Kings of Leon
    09. TM Juke & The Jack Baker Trio – Put Your Hands Up For Detroit
    original version by Fedde Le Grand
    10. J. Viewz (feat. Noa Lembersky) – Smooth Criminal
    original version by Michael Jackson
    11. Jumbonics – Last Nite
    original version by The Strokes
    12. Aldo Vanucci presents Amie J – Naive
    original version by The Kooks
    13. Nostalgia 77 feat. The Fiction Band – My Name Is…
    original version by Eminem
    14. Me&You – Brown Paper Bag
    original version by Roni Size Reprazent
    15. Bonobo – Super 8
    original version by The Quantic Soul Orchestra
    16. Kylie Auldist – Everybody Here Wants You
    original version by Jeff Buckley
    17. Woon – You’Re Not Alone
    original version by Olive​
    Brighton’s Tru Thoughts record label has been at the cutting edge of downtempo, funk and jazz for 10 years and this CD sees them hang out the bunting and crack open the celebratory champagne in style.On ‘Covers’, the Tru Thoughts family take a plethora of well-known tracks by artists like Frank Sinatra, Portishead and Jeff Buckley and give them an exquisitely funky make-over. Many of the tunes are already out there on individual albums, but as a sampler this is hard to beat. And if there is anyone on this planet who does not have the Hot 8 Brass Band’s superlative version of ‘Sexual Healing’ in their collection, then this is their chance to correct that anomaly. The different twists and turns a song takes when genres collide can spark great and unexpected musical explosions, and for the artists on Tru Thoughts, covering tracks in heavy funk, soul or leftfield styles has always been part of the game.It’s the very essence of essential.


    from: http://iorel69.wordpress.com/2009/09/17/v-a-tru-thoughts-covers-2009/

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