Sunday, December 10, 2006

Marc Moulin:Placebo Years 1971-1974

Marc Moulin started off playing piano in the 60's all over Europe and then started a band called Placebo. Influenced by Miles Davis and Herbie Hancock, he pushed the boundries of acid jazz in the 70's, and is still quite a force today. Warning, if you download this cd, you will be forced to hunt down all his other work. Lot's of breaks and beats, funky basslines, synths, horn arrangements and fender rhodes for days. So damn good.


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6 comments:

youngflizzy said...

Bananas....thank-you for feeding my addiction.

Vanzetti said...

absolutely essential stuff. congratulations on your new family member, and many thanks for all the great music! I'm especially digging "Humpty Dumpty" - i can't get enough of any nice brassy jazz at the moment. keep it up!

Carlos Azevedo said...

Absolutely amazing post. Thanks!

Rufus said...

I got this album based on the strength of Humpty Dumpty. After a couple of listens, I'm hooked.

Thanks very much for posting this.

Art Simon said...

Awesome! Thanks!

SantosRatos said...

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