Frank Mcdonald / Rae,Chris - Mean & Dirty | RECORD STORE DAY

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DISC: 1

1. Moving Target
2. Bank Job
3. Slow Fuse
4. Blue Mood
5. Flying Squad
6. Arrival Time
7. Prowler
8. Burn Up
9. Route 67
10. Fast Mover
11. Dragster
12. Night Moves
13. Easy Drive
14. Smash And Grab
15. Mean ; Dirty
16. Mind's Eye
17. Zero Hour
18. On Yer Bike, Guv
19. The Boys In Blue
20. Nightwatch

More Info:

Originally released in 1978, the title Mean & Dirty describes this album to a T. Let this record play with any 70's cop drama, spy-thriller, or blaxploitation film and it will act flawlessly as the soundtrack. Dramatic funk rock dominates this album (Moving Target, Flying Squad, Arrival Time), but room is left open for the mellower pieces (Slow Fuse, Blue Mood, Night Moves), the super-fast (Dragster), and the surprisingly jaunty (On Yer Bike, Guv).  Founded in 1909, de Wolfe Music's legendary production music  catalog has gained cult status among vinyl collectors and crate diggers worldwide.  Featuring music from a roster of composers including Reg Tilsley, Roger Webb and duo Frank McDonald & Chris Rae, it also includes performances from iconic musicians such as Jimmy Page and Herbie Flowers. de Wolfe Music has provided the soundtrack to countless feature films including Monty Python and The Holy Grail, The Witchfinder General, Dawn Of The Dead, and more than twenty of the Shaw Brothers' Kung Fu classics. Major recording artists who've sampled the collection in recent years include Beyonce, Drake, Jay Z, Lily Allen, Gorillaz, K. Michelle, Jay Electronica, Cam'ron and Ja Rule, to name just a few.