Top 5 vinyls for March: from the essentials of Nina Simone to the sad rumba of the Les Mangelepa Orchestra
Each month, "L'Obs" offers you a selection of the most beautiful nuggets pressed on LP.New releases, of course, but also new releases, forgotten reissues, rarities, maxis, 45s.In short, the crème de la cream.The proof by five.
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# 1.Nina Simone, the essential, “just” the essential
Since the 1960s, Nina Simone, a leading figure in American music, has been involved in the black African cause.Diva activist, passionate pianist, she has succeeded in bringing jazz, classical, soul and blues to life.bring out all their quintessence in flagship titles such as "My Baby Just Cares For Me", "Love Me or Leave Me", "Mood Indigo", "Summertime", "Can't Get Out of this Mood" and "Solitaire" Here, most of his music from 1952 to 1957 is pressed on this double vinyl.And in limited edition, please, offered by Diggers Factory.
Nina Simone, “1957-1962 The Essential Works” (Diggers Factory), March 24, 2020
# 2.Orchestra Les Mangelepa, the rumba of East Africa in maxi-jerk
The excellent label of gold-mining DJ Etienne Tron (Secousse Records) has just unearthed from the deep waters one of the biggest nuggets of recent months."Nyako Konya" is a Congolese rumba recorded in Kenya in 1978 which does not leave the country.bag of this enthusiast for 15 years, after having discovered it in a best of bought at Honest Jon's Records in London."It's so beautiful that it made me cry several times.I hope you will feel it too" Remastered by the tender ears of Nicolas Thelliez from the German master CD drawn from the tapes, since lost, the furious melody of this maxi has also been remixed by the immense Uproot Andy and Yuksek.enter urgently, as there will only be 500 copies available.
Posted Date: 2021-01-16