If you’re looking for rare grooves, drama funk, cosmic disco, electro, breaks, samples which almost nobody seems to know… then this here is your place! I constantly post new library LPs with sound files. You have to be quick, as when the item is sold, the post will disappear… In the labels category on the right side you find the tag ‘Drum Breaks’ to make it easy for you to trace those drums you’re looking for… Don’t hesitate to contact me, if you’re looking for any particular library albums!
Media Music The Professional MMSE-1 - Number 22 - Multi Images (Roger Webb, 1977)
Here we do have a real diamond among the American Media Music library series. This album here is the same album as the first release of the Media Music Special Edition with the name Today's Deluxe Sound! The recording is from 1977 and it shows Roger Webb from his best side: Mad synth driven funkateers, fat drums, dramatic themes and solid jazz groovers! One of the best from Roger Webb. Check the soundclip!
V/A: COSMIC FUTURE GROOVE VOl. 2 -
Spaced Out Disco & Funkified Electronic Themes [1973-1983]
On this current volume you get 17 more spacey grooves (the CD contains 18 tracks) originating from diverse library labels from Germany, France, the UK and the USA. ‘Unreleased’ means that none of these tracks have been commercially available to the public but only on library LPs, pressed in limited quantities for the sample purposes of production houses for use in backgrounds of radio, television, film and advertising.
The foundation of all the tracks compiled on this album, are warm analogue synthesizer sounds illustrating the endlessness of space. Futuristic at the time they were recorded, still sounding up-to-date, these groovy tunes make a perfect crossover between funk, disco and electronic music! With the 80ies retro wave, some cosmic future grooves, may find a new platform in contemporary hip electronic clubs… These banging drums and killer grooves will make you dance, dance, dance!
In the mastering process of this album, I laid the focus on giving the tracks enough air and dynamic range. I didn’t want this album to sound like the usual productions nowadays where everything is compressed and limited to death… I spent hours on bringing the sound to perfection! 14 out of 18 tracks have been ripped from my own vinyl copies as they didn’t exist in the digital world before. I hope you appreciate all the blood, sweat and tears I put into the production of this album!
The LP comes in a limited edition in beautiful BLUE VINYL!!! The LP contains also an inlay, where all the original library cover artworks are shown and indicate where the compiled songs have been taken from and provide each tune with its original title description. Enjoy!
The full tracklist and more specific infos you find HERE
Electronic Killer tunes from beginning to end! In my opinion one of the best Coloursound Library releases! The album features two great cosmic disco tunes and a more laid back space banger with a similar theme. The rest of the album is dark synth electronic but at the same time very melodic sounding - sometimes reminding me of early Vangelis songs. Crazy synths and endless sample stuff! NOTE that the cover scan and soundclip don't originate from the actual LP for sale. This one here for sale is near mint!
Media Music The Professional MMSE-5 - Number 9 - Bio Rhythm / Rocket Rhythm
(Thomas Clausen, 1977)
Bio Rhythm No. 3 has already been dug by JURASSIC 5 and their killer track 'World Of Enterainment'... Listen to those unbelievable fat drums and synths! These tracks almost sound like hiphop beats!!! Danish pianist Thomas Clausen is the man, who brought us this master library album in his very early musical years. Mostly cosmic funk and cosmic disco fusion with the emhasis on funky synths! This is a killer!
sleeve: NM (still in shrink, SEALED!) / vinyl: M (STILL SEALED!) 65€
Bruton BRK 5 - Contemporary Motion
(Trevor Bastow, Brian Bennett, Steve Gray, 1979)
Wow! Trevor Bastow's different 'Motion' versions on the a-side are strictly killer after killer! Action scenes in varying degrees of intensity with minimal instrumentation: fat groovy drums, bass and suspenseful rhodes - Drama funk at its best. The same goes to the tracks of Brian Bennett on the b-side. 'Villain' is a moody uptempo funk cut. 'Trash' is also included on the 'Drama Montage' LPs.
Programmed drum machines in combination with the fat fretless bass of Dave Richmond! Totally unique! Awesome cosmic beats, a slow motion dusty fingers styled killer plus bass sample fodder for tons of tracks...
KPM 1162 - Industry Vol. 2
(Brian Bennett, Steve Gray, Dave Richmond, Duncan Lamont, Clive Hicks, Wally Asp, 1975)
The big names don't disappoint on this huge action & drama loaded killer library! 3 powerful dramatic funk joints are followed by suspended moody drama sounds - lots of dark piano & rhodes samples for the beat diggers... Nice stuff! Note: The soundclip doesn't originate from the actual LP for sale! This LP for sale is in even better conditon!
Sonoton SON 145 - Contemporary Theme Sets - Action, Tension, Documentary And Romance
(Milan Pilar, Mac Prindy, 1981)
A true blaxploitation feel on this masterpiece Sonoton library release! Some great cosmic disco funk and dramatic grooves & breaks all over! Note: The soundclip doesn't originate from the actual LP for sale! This LP for sale is in even better conditon!
Coloursound CS 31 - Here Comes The Sound
(Peter Luedemann, Marc Monsen, 1983)
Here you have a real cosmic monster! 'Space Shuffle' is a 10 minutes long space trip with a steady house beat, 'Going west' is a fantastic cosmic funk sureshot with a fat long drum break! There are so many galactic diamonds on this album, you won't be disappointed, listen! Note: The soundclip doesn't originate from the actual LP for sale! This LP for sale is in even better conditon!
Themes International Music Library TIM 1034 - Wish You Were Here
(Alan Parker, Barry Morgan, Les Hurdle, Frank Ricotti, 1978)
Easy uptempo jazz funk groovers, several drum & percussion breaks plus lots of rhodes stuff! NOTE that the soundclip and cover scan don't originate from the actual LP for sale, this LP for sale is in better condition!
Bruton BRS 03 - Small Band Jazz
(David Lindup, 1978)
Booooah! I can't emphasize enough that 'African Assignment' is the ultimate afro jazz-funk killer tune! Well, 'Dilated Peoples' dug this album, using the sample for their banger 'Heavy Rotation' Besides, David Lindup serves some nice vibraphone driven laid back jazz grooves. Listen!
Media Music Special Edition No. 3 - Pulse Of The Cities
(Roger Webb, 1977)
One of the top best kept secrets! Roger Webb presents super funk grooves like hell on this mega rare American library! Wah-Wah guitars, clavinets, warm synthies, deep bass-lines and fat drums all the way! Mostly dramatic sounding this is a masterpiece from Roger Webb, you shouldn't miss! This copy right here for sale is still sealed!!!
Oops, I did it again… Here we are with ‘Dramatic Funk Themes Vol. 3’! In 2008 I started the series with big funk scores from the British Themes International Music Library repertoire only. The follower featured various British music libraries such as KPM, Music De Wolfe, Bruton or Josef Weinberger. On Volume 3 the focus turned to a more global view on library music and presents 20 (vinyl: 18) previously unreleased pearls originating from Germany, France, UK and the USA. Available on CD + LP.
The library gems from this album originate from the following library labels: Conroy, Golden Ring Records, Hudson Music, KPM Music, Music De Wolfe, Omnimusic, Patchwork, Peer International Library, Robert Hall Productions, Selected Sound, Studio One and UBM Record.
Both CD and LP include infos on all original library albums these songs were taken from plus the original cover artworks.
Coloursound CS 5 - Romance And Drama
(Alessandro Alessandroni, 1980)
This is my favourite album of the entire Coloursound catalogue. It is totally unique and has an exceptional evil atmosphere through the whole album: Dark, dramatic killer sample stuff: Choirs, piano, violins, guitar and synths. I love this album from beginning to end.