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Heisse Spur Walter Kubiczeck Amiga 8 56 048, 1984
Heisse Spur album cover

One from the East German state label Amiga, this album contains a mix of material by Kubiczeck from several of his film and TV soundtracks including 'Das unsichtbare Visier'. The music dates from the mid 1970s to the mid 1980s, and there's an obvious evolution in style away from the easy-funk towards more 80s synth pieces. There are two outstanding tracks from a funk perspective, the clavinet/strings/wah instrumental 'Rotidor' (just waiting to be sampled), and the very groovy wah funk with easy leanings 'El Paraiso'. Mixed listening but interesting nevertheless.

Overall Rating: 3

Track listing:

Heisse Spur | Familienbande | My horse is made of grey smoke | Feuerdrachen I | Romanze fur Marcel | Rotidor | El Paraiso | Audiovision | Was ich will | Feuerdrachen II | Abbisinia |

 

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