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v/a - digital zandoli - heavenly sweetness - vinyl

HS153VL - 90615 - eu2lp - €22.50

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Genre: World - Misc

1 Puzzle Pulsion - Mwoin Ka Songe%u0301
2 Pierre Edouard Decimus - Devenn'
3 Ramon Pyrme - Vacance Union
4 Zanman - Poutchi
5 Swanha Desvarieux - Nou Ke Sa Inmew- nou k sa enmw
6 The Group NSI - Mande%u0301 Moin On Lajan, Pa Mande Moin Za Fe An Moin
7 OR E.A. - Biguine Inferno
8 Milton - Mizik Nou
9 Selek ta - Flepou'w
10 Meliza - Anrag
11 Acayouman - Si Ou Ladj Moin
12 Eddy Laviny - Indiano




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John Gomez


Wicked compilation. Holds only rare top notch zouk tracks that have never been compiled before. Superb for your tropical dancefloor. Winners only! BIG TIP!

According to the label:
After the success of ��Kout� Jazz��, Heavenly Sweetness comes back with a dancefloor but not jazz compilation, enough to move your feet at through the whole summer ! 13 disco, boogie and Zouk tracks recorded in the 80�s in the West Indies.

The advantage of this selection is precisely that it reveals a broader spectrum than the zouk music style that are badly defined. Most of the tracks, were not much broadcasted even if interpreted by some big names in Caribbean music (Pierre-Edouard Decimus / Patrick St. Eloi / Eddy La Viny). They were too fast classified as Zouk. These Tracks reveal this will of singularity, this merger between traditional and other rhythms genres (funk, disco, afro-beat, Latin Brazilian ...), with the addition of new instruments such as synthesizers and drums machine in the creative process.

In many zouk�s albums, this period often included one or even several, tracks that were qualified as "proto-zouk" and "funky-zouk" or the "boogie-zouk" to emphasize the fusion of genres . But these tracks have remained unknown to the general public because only the "hits" were played on the radio, dance floors (the famous "tan" or �zouk�), clubs and bus.