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While in the US there were many movie soundtracks, in the UK and much of Europe most of the film and TV industry used music library LPs. These LPs - which were not on sale to the general public - were made by experienced studio musicians, often recording an album's worth of material in one session, and the music was later matched to the relevant programme. This remains a rich source of good funky music with albums being made by artists such as Herbie Flowers, Keith Mansfield, Alan Hawkshaw, John Cameron and Eddie Warner. There are also many useful records for people looking for samples with breaks, percussion tracks and many stripped down versions of tunes with just bass and drums or bass and piano.
Featured Library LPs
Guy Warren - Native Africa
UK KPM LP - £15 Nr. Mint - looks unplayed!
All drums & percussion - food for your sampler
M. De Sica / S. Cipriani / G. Lombardi - Theme With Variations
ITALY CAM LP - £12
Inc. some comedy moments of electronic wackyness
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