Nino Nardini ‎– Jungle Obssession

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Neuilly ‎– MC 8009
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Vinyl, LP
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Tracklist

A1 Jungle Obssession 3:37
A2 Murmuring Leaves 2:48
A3 Mowgli 2:34
A4 Bagheera 2:15
A5 Creeping Danger 2:35
A6 Malaysia 2:03
B1 Jungle Spell 2:50
B2 The White Snake 2:03
B3 Shere Khan 1:57
B4 Tropical Call 2:30
B5 Bali Girl 2:38
B6 Jungle Mistery 2:52

Credits

Notes

Back sleeve reads: Musique de Nino Nardini
Labels reads: Musique de Roger Roger
Some copies have a Crea Sound red sticker on back sleeve.

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  • Rights Society: SACEM SACD SDRM SGDL

Other Versions (5 of 9) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
VAD020LP, MC 8009 Nino Nardini Jungle Obssession(LP, Album, Ltd, Num, RE, 180) Vadim Music, Neuilly VAD020LP, MC 8009 France 2009 Sell This Version
MC 8009 Nino Nardini Jungle Obssession(LP, RE) Crea Sound Ltd. MC 8009 France Unknown Sell This Version
FD5006-LP Nino Nardini & Roger Roger Nino Nardini & Roger Roger - Jungle Obsession(LP, Album, Ltd, RE, Unofficial) Fifth Dimension (2) FD5006-LP Germany 2015 Sell This Version
DD014, DD014LP Nino Nardini & Roger Roger Nino Nardini & Roger Roger - Jungle Obsession(LP, Album, RE) Dare-Dare, Dare-Dare DD014, DD014LP France 2000 Sell This Version
FD5015-LP Nino Nardini & Roger Roger Nino Nardini & Roger Roger - Jungle Obsession(LP, Album, Ltd, RE, Unofficial, Gre) Fifth Dimension (2) FD5015-LP Germany 2016 Sell This Version

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January 14, 2016
The first impression was that I could be going to listen to a sexy piece of exotica music from the heydays of the tiki culture back in the 50s and early 60s but then I checked the year of production and it said 1971. Also this is a European production, from France to be more precisely. Nino Nardini was a master of library sound productions for movies, TV series’ and other events back then and this album is him taking his turn on what legends like Martin Denny and Frank Hunter created for the ultimate listening experience about ten or twelve years back when people intended to escape from the struggle of all day’s life and the fear of the cold war turning hot through dreamy music that combined an easy and relaxed jazz with jungle sounds and colorful melodies creating an atmosphere of exotic places. Especially the flashing female humming choirs were typical for that old exotica music. Nino Nardini refreshes those - in 1971 already ancient - musical values with more contemporary elements of hot blooded funk and especially its wild percussion patterns, sweet wahwah guitars and an ever present rocking rhythm section. Blues and psychedelic rock flow gently into the mix to expand the effect on your imagination. The whole music here is lush with great arrangements. Grandiose string patterns often vest the atmosphere of great mysticism in a garment of lust for life and let the listener discover a peaceful world of swirling colors. The earthy rock aspect of the music then urges to come to the fore when the time is right before you seem to get lost on Eden’s island spiritually just to get yourself back to the smoky urban clubs where the air is heavy and the sweat drips from the ceiling. All in all this is a beautiful soundtrack for fans of both worlds, the urban funk of the early 70s and the dreamy exotica music of the 50s and 60s. Both worlds get close to each other and at some points pervious towards each other. “Jungle obsession” is a fine example of well executed library music of the 70s and indeed plays a not existing movie in your head with all different moods. Sheer excitement if you can catch the flow.