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Million Dollar Orchestra (Al Kent Presents) - 'Better Days' [(Black) Vinyl [2LP]]

Million Dollar Orchestra (Al Kent Presents)

Better Days

Black Vinyl Import

Vinyl LP Record [2LP]

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Product Details
  • Jan 15, 2008
  • Funk/ Jazz/ Soul
  • 730003109515
  • BBE31095LP
  • 15.8 oz
  • new (we only sell new items)
  • BBE Music
Al Kent presents The Million Dollar Orchestra. Al Kent was born in Scotland. His father was an avid record collector and had a cabinet full of them...and Whisky. Everything from Abba and Elvis to the Glitter Band and Buddy Holly was in there. What a load of shit they were. In 1976, Al ran away from home to live in New York. Here, at the age of 8 he started attending the Loft and hanging out with Nicky Siano and a whole bunch of cool New York DJs with Italian names. In 1978 he was arrested for possession of PCP while guesting at Better Days with Tee Scott and deported back to Glasgow, where his dad was now getting into a bit more David Essex. He was shit too. So Al opened his own club in Glasgow, based on his experiences in New York. With his pocket money he flew Richard Long over to kit it out and had Walter Gibbons DJ at the opening party. Since then he's bought lots of records, done the deejaying in lots of places, and recorded an orchestra too. The album was recorded in the traditional way, mostly one take, in an analogue studio. The Sound is rich , lush, string laden, beautiful disco music, full of joy with phenomenal musicianship. It is Al Kent's biography told in Music. Al is currently working with Lynn from Ebonycuts on a time machine. This project should be completed soon, at which point the two will travel back in time and buy lots of records.
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