John Cameron (2) ‎– Jazzrock

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KPM Music ‎– KPM 1097
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Tracklist

A Dramatic Suite Of Themes, Montage, Sequences And Generics
A1 49th Street Shakedown 3:26
A2 Brass Monkey 1:35
A3 The Great Escape 2:10
A4 Chicago Sidewalk 3:32
A5 Four O'Clock Earthquake 2:47
B1 Underlying Expectancy 4:14
B2 The Prowler 3:32
B3 No Place To Go 2:52
B4 Regular Progress 2:52
B5 Smokey Joe's Dilemma 4:22

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This album is one of the "KPM 1000 Series" twelve inch long playing transcription discs produced especially for the film, television and radio industries, to the highest professional standards. The music contained herein is copyright of KPM Music Ltd., and licence must be obtained prior to usage. Stereo and Mono tapes are available from KPM and their world wide agents.

Remarks :
Track A1 - Action packed vibrant theme with continuous aggressive percussion. 3 stab chords at 2:40. Reversion to main theme to end as potential short version.
Track A2 - Gutsy-extrovert.
Track A3 - Pounding dramatic build up. 0-0:18 short build up. 0:18-2:10 progressive build to climax.
Track A4 - Medium pace dramatic movement scored in building sequences. Climax at 3:15. Separate tail end.
Track A5 - Powerful uptempo theme written in sequences of progressive builds to full climax.
Track B1 - Light neutral underscore with underlying tension.
Track B2 - Neutral medium slow underscore written in progressive sequences.
Track B3 - Light reflective underscore with activity.
Track B4 - Neutral subdued underscore.
Track B5 - Light amusing underscore with dramatic undertones.

Other Versions (2 of 2) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
KPM 1097 John Cameron (2) Jazzrock(CDr, Album) KPM Music KPM 1097 UK Unknown Sell This Version
BEWITH059LP John Cameron (2) Jazzrock(LP, Album, RE, RM, 180) Be With Records BEWITH059LP UK 2019 Sell This Version

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April 19, 2019
The whole of Side 2 sounds like it would have been on Afro Rock if LPs were 15" instead of 12".