Who Shot Jacques Laverne? Volume 1

 Who Shot Jacques Laverne?

Compiled by Jack to Phono for Jack to Phono Records

Red Wine Bakery- 777-written by Jon Kennedy
Exclusive from Stockport based musical machine went on to record with Tru Thoughts and now Grand Central- very talented chappie!

Case 358- Ben Horn Written by Mikkas Skulstad and Lars B
Excellent track from the Norwegian Danish duo recently appeared on the Cafe Mambo compilation the duo can be seen DJing around the city in Copenhagen on a regular basis

The Old Days Matinee final mix- Monochrome- written by Monochrome- guest vocals Alice Perera
Never before released version of a track that appeared on EP2 re-worked into a Cafe Del Mar Ibiza style- just think sunshine

Invisible Girl: Beatphreak Written by Jason Holmes and Laura Thistlethwaite
Exclusive Beatphreak track for the compilation- Lancastrian based band and a belting track with beautiful vocals from Laura.

Fire! -777- Written by Jon Kennedy, flute by Mary Freeman
Classic from the Jack to Phono EP received massive support from beat ninjas all round- wicked samples!

Movements Inc- Groover written by Jeppe Kaltoft
follow up to the popular French moments on ep from this Copenhagen based producer- a little darker!

Like it Ocelot- The Currymints written by Damien Mahoney, Duncan Prestbury and George Escobar, Heleanor Webb on flute

Manchester based trio was the third release on JLR- a very jazzy little number I think you will agree.

Lil Hammond: Beatphreak- written by Jason Holmes
Dancefloor summer smash in 2004 from Inverness to Plymouth- go on put it in your cd player and dance whilst making your tea.

Come on and get some more- Dr Rubberfunk ‘Written by Simon Ward
exclusive Rubberfunk track deep Kingston Upon Thames funk go and buy all his records now

Ude af Drift- The Bass Snatchers: written by Frederik Birket-Smith & The Bass Snatchers
Don’t worry do not adjust your cd players weird scratchy mentalist intro followed by sheer genius- the follow up to Een Gang Til, translates out of time by the brilliant Copenhagen Bass Snatchers.

Bassement (sparse mix)-Blue Foundation written by Tobias Wilner
Blue Foundation released 2 tracks on JLR between deals this is a remix of bassement never before released- Danish UK Japanese collective and great live go and check them.

Red cools the Sky- I-Sonic Selecta- written by Lou Bennett and Tim Prince
All the way from Melbourne Australia with an aboriginal flavour and beautiful vocals we present the I-Sonic Selecta

Bada Bing- T-Spark- written by Thomas Brindle and Duncan Prestbury
East London based hip hop DJ T-Spark’s first tune with some wicked samples and head nodding beats had to be included!

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