Various – Dusty Fingers Vol 7

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Format – 12″ LP
Label – Dusty Fingers
Genre – Jazz Funk ; Soul ; Rock


A1 – Madeleine – Who is She and What is She to You?
A2 – Lennie Hibbert – Rose Lenn
A3 – Janne Schaffer – Atlanta Inn
A4 – Tomorrow – Space
A5 – Alan Goraguer – L’Oiseau,
A6 – Dorothy Ashby – Come Live With Me
A7 – Jimmy Gordon and his JazznPops Band – Walter L
B1 – Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids -The Mudfoot
B2 – The Tubby Hayes Orchestra – Hey Jude
B3 – Wally Richardson – Monday Monday
B4 – Mike Curb Congregation – Mickey Mouse Club
B5 – Jesus Acosta and The Professionals – The Godfather
B6 – Gian Franco Plenizio – Giorgio Perla
B7 – Grant Green – We’ve Only Just Begun

Classical breaks compilation Dusty Fingers in stock! This awesome series collected by Bronx Dj Danny Dann the Beatman gathers tracks from the golden era of the 70’s and it’s a treasure for breaks and hip hop Dj’s and all music lovers alike.


Notes – Stocked copy.Record is VG+ (Surface noise on A1 intro) Cover is NM.


Dusty Fingers is the name of a series of compilation records of songs that are widely admired as breakbeats collected by Bronx DJDanny Dann the Beat Mann.[2] Some of the songs featured contain “open breaks” which are solo drum passages which enable DJs to easily transition into them. These are also attractive to producers, who loop or rearrange them to create new compositions. Following in the tradition of the Ultimate Breaks and Beats series, the Dusty Fingers records contain an eclectic range of musical styles: mainlyfunk and jazz, but also including soul, rock, disco, and pop.

Many of the songs in the Dusty Fingers series have been sampled into new musical compositions, mainly by hip hop producers. Popular songs sampling Dusty Fingers compositions include “Guilty Conscience” by Eminem, “Find Your Wealth” by Nas, “Rowdy Rowdy” by 50 Cent, “Show Me What You Got” by Jay-Z, “Daydreamin'” by Lupe Fiasco, and “Dr. Carter” by Lil’ Wayne.

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Weight 2.6 kg


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