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Monday, January 14, 2008

Charles Earland - The Dynamite Brothers (1972)

1. Betty's Theme
2. Never Ending Melody
3. Grasshopper
4. Shanty Blues
5. Weedhopper
6. Razor
7. Kungfusion
8. Snake
9. Incense of Essence
Charles Earland's only soundtrack attempt is often overlooked, and was originally issued in relatively small numbers on Prestige. Don't miss it - it's a raw, organ and flute driven psychedelic funk monster. Entirely instrumental, the best track is the insistent "Kung Fusion".


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