mardi 19 mai 2009

The 1st brutal BRUTONs post

[Bruton] - BRK 08 - Thrills And Spills (1983)
(suspense - very much 80s - grooves, percs)


[Bruton] - BRK 07 - John Cameron & Louis Clarke - Breakout (1980)
(brassy epic moments, late 70s like grooves)


(you'll understand why BRK are perhaps the greatest ones.. Our pal Keith is on this one.. we need the proper tracklisting (with artists credits..) and ALL the missing tracks)




[Bruton] - BRI 28 - Mark Shreeve - Oracle (1986)
(1986 electro.. ambient stuff.. very much 1986.)




[Bruton] - BRH 27 - Patrick Wilson & Julian Scott - Monsters of Rock (1985)
(this one's funny. By listening to it you may understand why late 80s were NOK. Seriously. Really. Like insane.)


[Bruton] - BRH 25 - Brian Wade & Barry Upton - Ultra Vision (1984)
(Again. 80s were a special time and place to be a part of)


[Bruton] - BRH 20 - VA - Good Morning America! (1984)
(nothing much to say about this one.. pop/rock stuff..)




NOT MY RIPS !

Thanks to the original uploaders !

Feel free to post better rips/cover scans/comments!

I uploaded them since they aren't in the superb 700 library LPs pdf everyone should already have and enjoy ! HERE !

Bisoo Bisoo

14 commentaires:

deemo a dit…

Super, mille mercis :-)

Anonymous a dit…

Brutal indeed! :)

Also BRL 15, BRL 16 or BRI 8 could prove to be very nice, if you can find them.

Anonymous a dit…

KING

Anonymous a dit…

my god this is the coolest blog i have ever seen..thank u so much for all your hard work its really appreciated...

Anonymous a dit…

Argh, sry. 13 was up here.. i meant BRN 2

Anonymous a dit…

Hi, got the Bruton BRI 11 and BRI 13

kustonbeater a dit…

t'es le meilleur !!!!!

Dirkson a dit…

Yeah! Yeah!

Kono a dit…

thanks from the bottom of my heart for the supremely useful .PDF file. :) take care and keep up the great work...

raremarc a dit…

wow, amazing post! thanks a lot

Anonymous a dit…

THANKS A MILLION!!!!!

ra a dit…

Thank you very much, this is fantastic! What's the source of the Basil Kirchin one? It is a incredibly brillant album, yet I doubt it's from 1968. Bruton was founded in 1977, the record features synths and the production doesn't sound like Kirchin's 60ies records.

Simon666 a dit…

Thanks a lot :)

Buddy Bell a dit…

Paul! Thank you! These are fantastic. I especially appreciate the PDF Library list with links embedded. I got a question: as a film student I'm always looking for good, cheap and legal music to score with. With music libraries like Bruton, is there any question as to copyright infringement if I were to use their music? Cos if not, I've just hit a veritable goldmine my friend!