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Les Yeux OrangeCoco / Jungle

Label:Good Plus – G+001
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, Unofficial Release, White Label, Stamped
Country:France
Released:
Genre:Electronic, Funk / Soul
Style:Disco, Boogie, Euro-Disco

Tracklist

ACoco
BJungle
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Credits

  • Lacquer Cut ByMK*

Notes

Hand-stamped copies housed in a stickered generic white sleeve.
Artist, title, tracklist and catalog number do not appear on the release.
Pressing plant and mastering engineer identified from matrix/runouts.

A1 is an edit of "Lait De Coco" by Maya (78).
B1 is an edit of "Move It Jungle Man" from Shine On You by Ego (5).

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (etched A side): LYOE 001 BG30095-01 A1 MK
  • Matrix / Runout (etched B side): LYOE 001 BG30095-01 B1 MK

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Reviews

  • Pieropopoulos's avatar
    Edited 4 years ago
    Same here for the repress, there is a weird noise on the side A : it's impossible to play it.
    I sent an email to Les Yeux Orange via bandcamp and Facebook -> Never received a response bravo !
    • youngdiscollector's avatar
      Edited 7 years ago
      The original sample of Coco (Maya - Lait de Coco) will be reissued on a future Favorite Recording's compilation. Don't spend crazy money on this release if it's not going to be repressed.
      • Vinyl_Cat's avatar
        Vinyl_Cat
        Can anybody confirm a repress? Looks like it has pre-order status.
        http://www.deejay.de/Les_Yeux_Orange_Coco_Jungle_12_G+001LYOE001_Vinyl__233610
        • ldelarrard's avatar
          ldelarrard
          Hi guys i'm ready to trade this if someone has the Hotmood 1! feel free to contact me ;)
          • hgz's avatar
            hgz
            More precisely, "Jungle" is an edit of "Amadeo - Jungle man" (not on discogs yet), produced by Ego indeed...
            • jmon5032's avatar
              jmon5032
              I've inboxed the artist/label page on facebook regarding a repress. Their reply:
              "It's not planned yet but it doesnt mean we're not gonna do it 😉"

              Fuck the scalpers!
              • Persillade's avatar
                Persillade
                Was waiting for this since a while but still missed it... Is there a second pressing coming out soon? Sharkies are already eager to make some bucks i see
                • discolnipple's avatar
                  discolnipple
                  as tropical as it gets. an absolute summer anthem. good job, LYO!
                  • no.buo's avatar
                    no.buo
                    OK I looked for the original Maya for over a year… This is the greatest news of the year to me! Thanks LYO
                    • LesYeuxOranges's avatar
                      While the hoi polloi are distracted by the thrills and spills at the Stade de France this summer, those in the know have their sights set on the Parisian rooftops and terraces, ready to shake a leg to the freshest label in town, Good Plus. For their first excursion into your hearts and record collections, these dapper chaps turn their attention to a pair of overlooked, obscure and impossible to find cuts from their homeland. Digging deep into their extensive collections, the crew pull out Maya's sweet and soulful 'Lait De Coco' and a mysterious euro-tropical number, applying subtle edit pressure to extend the ecstasy in both cases. Dating from the days of Sade and smooth jazz, you might expect Maya's moment in the sun to wear the fragrance of fromage, but the milk's far from turning and the tropical groove is a sunny delight. Cool Rhodes, cascading piano, soft vocals and buoyant bass all dance around the lilting rhythm, splashing in the surf while the sax cartwheels off into the sunset. Sip a spritz and tap a toe to its Balearic brilliance. The B-side sees us shimmy from the sunset to the sultry summer night, moving and grooving to the tribal kitsch of “ Jungle Man", a body moving euro disco oddity primed to push pineapples and shake trees. Driven to the heart of the dancefloor by an infectious synth bassline and groovy guitar, this tripped out tropical cut hits us with wild and weird vocals, string stabs and a system smashing synth motif. Pack your sunscreen and dancing shoes, Good Plus will take care of everything else

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