|1||Hustle Don't Hate||2:01|
|2||Cool, Not Cold||2:38|
|4||High Five Shake Down||2:18|
|8||There's Your Man||1:48|
|10||Barnyard Bam Bam||1:25|
|12||Where'd He Go?||1:04|
|13||Manhattan Moon Rise||2:01|
|14||Straight To Bed||2:11|
|19||Hong Kong Hang||2:01|
|20||New York Trouble|
|21||Better Than Boogie||1:37|
|TUCH2032CD||Tim "Love" Lee, Shawn Lee, Barry Morgan, Herbie Flowers||Tim "Love" Lee, Shawn Lee, Barry Morgan, Herbie Flowers - New York Trouble / Electric Progression (CD, Album)||Tummy Touch||TUCH2032CD||UK||2013|
New York Trouble: "Punchy driving soul for both serious and light-hearted contemporary drama".
Electric Progression: "Strikingly progressive themes featuring synthesizers, electric piano and rhythm section".
The following notes are taken from the Tummy Touch bandcamp page and refer specifically to this release:
"Here before you is an album we have wanted to make for quite some time. A total passion play if you will. One for the crate diggers, the beat producers and the Library geekers among us.
Step 1 - Somehow find copies of two very rare 1970's KPM 1000 series LPs featuring only the sparse rhythm section of bassist Herbie Flowers and drummer Barry Morgan, rather imaginatively titled Bass Guitar And Percussion Volumes 1 & 2.
Step 2 - Set out to faithfully bring the original recordings to their logical conclusion 40 years later by putting our dirty little overdubs all over them!
Step 3 - back in your Eames repro chair, slap this platter on your Pioneer and drop the needle baby!
For those who don't know, Herbie Flowers & Barry Morgan are giants of the British session and Library worlds. The late Mr. Morgan played with Bowie, Elton John, The Walker brothers, Blue Mink and countless others and Herbie has recorded some of the greatest bass lines in the history of popular music, including Lou Reed "Walk on the wild side" , David Essex "Rock on" and David Bowie "Space Oddity".
The original records had bass panned on one side and drums and light percussion panned to the opposite side, and the tracks were usually only one minute in length. We extended them and added missing drum parts, fuzz guitars, spacey synths, percussion, Hammond organ, Rhodes, horns, vibes, marimba, xylophone and even banjo !
Shawn recorded his set, New York Trouble, at his London studio with Pierre Duplan, the incredible French engineer and one half of the Kramford Look. Andy Ross played flute & saxes while Dominic Glover blew his trumpet.
Tim added analogue synth madness to Electric Progression at his Brooklyn based studio, All Bright Electric."
New York Trouble, Electric Progression - Shawn Lee, Tim Love Lee. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. New York Trouble: Punchy driving soul for both serious and light-hearted contemporary drama. Electric Progression: Strikingly progressive themes featuring synthesizers, electric piano and rhythm section. The following notes are taken from the Tummy Touch bandcamp page and refer specifically to this release: Here before you is an album we have wanted to make for quite some time. A total passion play if you will. One for the crate diggers, the beat producers and the Library geekers among us. For those who don't know, Herbie Flowers & Barry Morgan are giants of the British session and Library worlds. New York TroubleElectric Progression. An interesting library music collaboration, KPM: New York TroubleElectric Progression features tracks recorded by bassist Herbie Flowers and drummer Barry Morgan for two KPM library LPs Bass Guitar & Percussion: Vol. 1 & Vol. Longtime studio musicians, Flowers and Morgan were regulars on the British session scene and appeared on tracks by Elton John, David Bowie, and others. These cuts, originally intended for commercial use, were forgotten for over 40 years. Album 2014 20 Songs. Street Freedom. Shawn Lee. 2: Lee. Heavy Stakeout, 02:08. Street Freedom, 02:20. Shawn Mendes Señorita. Deluxe Music Radio. Tears for Fears Everybody Wants To Rule the World. Peter Cetera Glory of Love. Ностальжи Россия. Ten Sharp You. Tim Love Lee, Shawn Lee 15-04-2014. Total duration:40 min. Barnyard Bam Bam. New York Trouble, Electric Progression. Heavy Stakeout. Where'd He Go Shawn Lee. Light Stakeout. Nightly Visits. Hustle, Don't Hate. New York Trouble . Library records are jewels that the keenest collectors search out. KPM is one such repository of recordings that has over 30,000 tracks in its vaults. These tracks are used throughout various media including radio, TV, and film. Self-proclaimed library music junkies Shawn Lee and Tim Love Lee sought out a couple of specific 1970s KPM 1000 series LPs that featured Herbie Flowers bass and Barry Morgan drums with hopes of filling them out with their own musical ideas. by Tim Love Lee, Shawn Lee. supported by. Shawn Lee Multi instrumentalist Shawn Lee is a living breathing musical polymath, and possibly the most prolific musician of his generation with over 30 full length artists albums released to date Born in Wichita, Kansas, Shawn has made his home in London for the past 19 years, originally brought to the UK by DJ Gilles Peterson and his Talkin Loud label, with time spent living in Los Angeles where he worked with The Dust Brothers and Jeff Buckley. Currently Unavailable. Artist: Shawn Lee , Tim Love Lee Genre: Electronic-Dance Release Date: 01152013 Label: Tummy Touch Records Catalog Number: TUCH 2032 Recording: Studio Length: Format: Vinyl LP. Artist Releases. Ride Again LP Shawn Lee. Shawn Lee & The Soul Surfers LP Shawn Lee. Outlines LP Shawn Lee. Outlines CD Shawn Lee. La Musique Numerique LP Shawn Lee. La Musique Numérique CD Shawn Lee. Two Times 7 Shawn Lee. KPM: New York Trouble, Electric Progression LP Shawn Lee. Synthesizers In Space CD Shawn Lee. Synthesizers In Space LP Shawn. By Tim Love Lee, Shawn Lee. 2014 , 20 songs. Tim Love Lee: Fully Bearded 15 Years of Tummy Touch Records in Dub. Against Nature. Sounds Good In The Nude Selected and Mixed by Tim Love Lee and Groove Armada's Tom Findlay. Just Call Me 'Lone' Lee. More Tim Love Lee. Listen to New York Trouble, Electric Progression now