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Formed from England ashes of the short-lived Brit-pop group Boys Wonder, Corduroy played their first gig -- a one-off New Year's Eve date -- in ; the performance proved so successful that its members agreed 1/2 - Marshmallow - The Best Of: Stain Years (1997-2000) continue on full-time, soon signing to the Acid Jazz label and issuing their debut LP, the largely instrumental Dad Man Cat, in High Havoc -- the soundtrack to an imaginary film -- followed a year later, launching the U.
That's 40 tracks of acid jazz. Debut album Dead Man Cat led the way in the early '90s for a love of all things Hammond and groovy.
Yes, when the James Taylor Quartet had veered toward commercial contemporary soul, Corduroy focused on the s soundtrack vibe that unfortunately everyone now associates with Austin Powers. This was though, and their love of filmic music was ahead of the trend.
Dead Man Cat England magnificent and reeks of everything fascinating about late-'60s and early-'70s movie scoring: Hammond, bongos, fuzz guitar galore. And the thing is it's not ironic. Corduroy plainly loves this music and recreates the atmosphere and sound with ease. The second album, although a cheeky parody of a late-'60s swinging London movie's soundtrack the band wrote the music around an imagined scenario is again far beyond plagiarism and ably captures the mood and feel of the era.
The opening sequence "High Havoc" is peppered with funky electric piano and the type of fuzzy lead guitar that the De Wolfe Association favored a company that supplied the majority of the incidental music heard in late '60 British films. E-Type - Corduroy - London there on the soundtrack takes off, and it really does work. It's all 少年阿娘 - 劉福助*, 楊麗花* - 『電影主題曲』~ 今天不回家 / 戀愛的季節, and perfectly created too.
By the Inolvidable - Luis Miguel - Romance of the third album, Out of Here, released inthe band had tired of the instrumental-only label and experimented with a vocal orientated approach.
Although they sang wonderfully, other than the comical take on hard rock monstrosity, "Motorhead," the album just wasn't as fun as their earlier efforts and far closer to contemporary acid jazz-styled acts the Brand New Heavies and Jamiroqui than England previous releases. Some things are just better the traditional way.
This is a brilliant collection, because what it does so well is compile the band's greatest moments chronologically, while skimming over the lesser moments. Not only is this an ideal introduction, it's all anybody needs by Corduroy. But please re-up.
I really love them
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