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VA - Instro-Hipsters A Go-Go! 3 (2003)
Artist: Various Artists
Title: Instro-Hipsters A Go-Go! 3 (24 Of The Coolest Instrumentals Of The Late 60s & Early 70s)
Year Of Release: 2003
Label: Past & Present Records
Genre: Jazz / Funk / Rock
Quality: FLAC (image + .cue, log, scans)
Total Time: 1:12:58
Total Size: 572 MB




Tracklist:

01 George Bradley & His Band - Breakout [2:25]
02 Goldie & The Gingerbreads - The Skip [2:31]
03 Sounds Nice - Flying [3:47]
04 John Dankworth & His Orchestra - (Ain't That) Just Like A Woman [2:13]
05 Nite People - Creme Tea [6:54]
06 Chris Lamb & The Universals - Mysterious Land [2:39]
07 The Original Checkmates - The Spy [1:56]
08 The Second City Sound - A Touch Of Velvet, A Sting Of Brass [3:07]
09 Harry Stoneham - Mogul / I Spy / The Avengers [4:24]
10 Sounds Incorporated - My Little Red Book [2:10]
11 Shocking Blue - Acka Raga [3:05]
12 The Harry Roche Constellation - The Prowler [3:11]
13 Spooky Tooth - Luger's Groove [3:34]
14 Zoot Money's Big Roll Band - The Mound Moves [4:04]
15 Janice Nicholls - The Wednesbury Madison [2:22]
16 Keith Meehan - Hooker Street [3:12]
17 Joe Loss & His Band - Go Home Bill Ludendorf [2:04]
18 The Midas Touch - Harvey [2:15]
19 The Mitch Murray Clan - Cherokee [2:10]
20 The Ray McVay Sound - Raunchy [2:25]
21 The Clem Cattini Ork - Impact [2:34]
22 The Roulettes - Jackpot [2:04]
23 The Organisers - The Organiser [2:01]
24 Harsh Reality - Quickenut [1:52]
25 The Excursion - Yuggy Buggy [3:47]


The success of the Austin Powers movies rekindled an interest in everything groovy, swinging and mod. The Instro Hipsters a Go-Go responded in kind, serving up fun but mostly forgotten instrumentals from the '60s and early '70s that sound equally good in a bachelor pad or discotheque. Instro Hipsters a Go-Go, Vol. 3 is a Wall of Sound made up of twangy surf guitars, tumbling drums, flourishes of strings and brass, and funky organs, especially on classic instrumentals like "Cherokee" and "Raunchy," which have been given mod makeovers here by the Mitch Murray Clan and the Ray McVay Sound. Harry Stoneham's "Mogul/I Spy/The Avengers" nods to the spy movie and TV show fetish of the time, while Shocking Blue's "Ackla Ragh"'s trippy sitars allude to the '60s and '70s fascination with Indian music. Though it's more eclectic than some other volumes in this series, this collection makes for very entertaining mood music that still conjures up this swinging, stylish era. -- Heather Phares

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