-Chillin' Spree-

It's been a while hasn't it? I'm short on words and long listening this time... easy... listening that is. Enjoy.

Chillin' Spree...


01. Andy Pask & Neal Wilkinson - Big Love A
02. Brian Bennett - Villain
03. Bernard Lubat - Lido
04. Pierre Sellin - Trumpet on the Beach
05. Roy Ayers - Change up the Groove
06. I honestly don't know who's track this is...
[Piero Piccioni - Presi Per Incantamento]
07. Peter Reno - Wharfside
08. Lonnie Liston Smith - Floating Through Space
09. Yutaka - Oriental Express
10. Franco Micalizzi - Sadness Theme 2
11. Johnny Hawksworth - Got to Give in
12. Alan Hawkshaw - Sundown
13. Luciano Michelini - Outtake #8
14. Lee Mason - Love Affair
15. Jean-Pierre Mas - La Boite a Strip
16. Johnny Hawksworth - Teaser One
17. Francis Weyer - No Lady
18. Stelvio Cipriani - Bambole Di Droga
19. Lesiman - Messagio
20. Brian Bennett - Spiv
21. Nick Ingman - Sight and Sound 8A
22. Michael Gonet - Flower Dance
23. Alberto Baldan Bembo - Mubu
24. Lonnie Liston Smith - The Enchantress
25. Keith Mansfield - Warm Glow
26. Johnny Hawksworth - Lifestyle
27. Peter Reno - Big City Story

I didn't forget about those instrumental mixes and I most certainly have something in store for the Shaw fans. Keep it light.

Update: Okay, so thanks to the Franklynot Piccioni thread (Check it out, it's a smooth sound extravaganza!) I know where track 6 came from. I honestly didn't think I would find out this soon. I might have DLed this untagged from somewhere and only kept that track leaving me without an artist or anything to reference. It's called "Presi Per Incantamento" by Piero Piccioni. Very easy listening... this one is. And after listening to the Appassionata OST again, it's foolishness that I ever got rid of it!


Jonny said...

Hey there! Thanks for the comp. You wouldn't happen to have the whole LP rip of Peter Reno's Big City Story (De Wolfe DWLP 3070) by any chance, would you? I've been looking all over for that one, and can't find it anywhere...And would you say that the recently released "Kung Fu Super Sounds" CD is recommended? Thank you very much...

Hrangue said...

Shoot me an email... Hrangue@gmail.com and we can discuss it. And yes the kungfu comp is a must have if you're a fan of the movies. If you just like OST music in general, it's a good stepping stone into library.