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The Good, the Bad & the Ugly  performed by Luiz Bonfa  1968
Composed by Ennio Morricone

A rather warm and funky take on the Morricone classic, with harp, violins, trumpets and very cool percussive elements.

from Bonfa! (Dot)


Let the Sunshine In (The Flesh Failures)  performed by The Don Kirshner Concept  1969
Composed by Rado-Radni-MacDermot

A surprisingly hip easy-listening orchestral version from the decidedly unhip Kirshner. Very funky drumming and a cool girl chorus make this my favorite version of this song.

from Don Kirshner Cuts Hair (RCA Victor)


Good Night Sweet Night  performed by Jason Falkner  1999
Composed by Falkner

A beautiful Brian Wilson-type ballad. "Though I try to understand you/I don't know who you are/because I haven't heard a thing about the boy." Falkner sings lovely multi-tracked harmonies with himself on this, and it's just another reason that I love his solo work a lot more than I ever liked Jellyfish.

from Can You Still Feel?, available on CD (Lovitt)



The Wiggely Cat Walk!  performed by Montparnasse  2000

One of the coolest-sounding things from the past couple of years! A very funky breakbeat, odd sound effects, wordless vocals and an organ sample come together in this very chic (and very Japanese) melting pot. This comes to us from Masanori Ikeda, who was a longtime resident DJ at Blow-Up in London (DJ Nori) and also records under the guises of Mansfield and the High Yummies.

from Escalator Records, Tokyo, available on CD (Bungalow)



I Got Plenty o' Nuttin'  performed by We Five  1966
Composed by Gershwin-Gershwin-Heywood

Kinda surfy bouncy arrangement of this old Gershwin number, with five-part harmonies! Free Design ain't got nothin' on these cats!

from You Were On My Mind (A&M)
available on CD - You Were On My Mind/Make Someone Happy (Collectors' Choice)




  23 Jun 03 ·konsu: These people were just great. So many great versions of cool songs, done in some unexpected yet refreshing ways! "Love me not tomorrow" is such a moody stunner, and I love their bossa-folk version of "Make someone happy"! For fans of 60's folk-pop that takes chances, and consistently amazes.
  17 May 06 ·bullitthead: they kept me alive and well through Viet Nam
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