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Le Knight ClubSoul Bells / Palm Beat / Tropicall

Label:Crydamoure – CRYDA 015
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, 33 ⅓ RPM
Country:France
Released:
Genre:Electronic
Style:House, Deep House, Disco

Tracklist

ASoul Bells5:09
B1Palm Beat6:53
B2Tropicall5:23
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Notes

Published by Daft Music / Delabel Editions / Zomba Music Publishers
℗ & © 2002 Crydamoure. Made in the France.
Made in the E.U.

A: 125 BPM
B1: 117 BPM
B2: 125 BPM
Track durations and BPM are not mentioned on the release, they're taken from timing the vinyl.
Side A runs on 45 RPM, Side B runs on 33 ⅓ RPM.

Samples:
A samples "Streetwave" by Brothers Johnson from the 1978 release Blam!!.
B1 samples Chanson - Don't Hold Back.
B2 samples Inner Life - Moment Of My Life.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): DFI 02-1 CRYDA 015 AI GUY'S THE EXCHANGE
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): DFI 02-1 CRYDA 015 BI
  • Rights Society: SACEM SACD SDRM SCAM

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Reviews

  • pachi_87's avatar
    pachi_87
    wished I could find nice flacs of this release, it's probably the best release of the label
    • Mr.Fonk's avatar
      Mr.Fonk
      Seriously? 100€? This is one of the better french house records and one of the best crydamoure, but 100 bucks? Gonna sell mine as soon as I find it ;)
      • lewisdene's avatar
        lewisdene
        Crydamoure’s latest French sample frenzy is one of their best yet, with three prime filet cuts. Quincy Jones gets rinsed, EQ’d and compressed beyond belief on the oh-so-essential ‘Soul Bells’, while ‘Palm Beat’ (spot the riff) and ‘Tropicall’ – the latter looping Inner Life’s Salsoul nugget ‘Moment Of My Life’ – are just as good.
        • marikun's avatar
          marikun
          This release is, put in the simplest terms, slammin'. It was slammin' when it was released and slammin' now, 7 years later. 'Soul Bells' is an irrestible track, featuring a horn line that's been bitcrushed to hell and back for a euphoric effect. Palm Beat and Tropicall are a bit more relaxed, with more of an island feel to them, but just as good. Versatile as well; you can jam to a club to 'Soul Bells', drive along the coast to 'Palm Beat' or make passionate love to 'Tropicall'. I guess that's part of the beauty of LKC's music.

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