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UPCOMING RELEASES
LP/ Digital
Manfred Burzlaff
”Berlin Jazz Soundtracks” (Sono-104)
Lost Hard Bop/ Cool Jazz from 1960s
February 23, 2018
CD/ LP/ Digital
Jazz Rock Experience
”Let Yourself Go” (Sono-105)
Newly Unearthed Tapes 1969
March 23, 2018
CD/ 2LP/ Digital
Second Direction
”Four Corners &Vol. II” (Sono-106)
Reissue + Unreleased Bonus Album
May 25, 2018
45 Vinyl: Sonorama S-45
GARY PACIFIC ORCHESTRA – Soft Wind 45 (3 Tracks)
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S 01
Track
Composer
Time
01
Soft Wind
Wolfram Brunke
2:03
02
Stop Your Fever
Wolfram Brunke
2:34
S 02
Track
Composer
Time
01
E. colitron Alpha
Wolfram Brunke
4:05
Played by Wolfram Brunke aka Gary Pacific and band.
Track 1 recorded 1973 for Selected Sound Hamburg, pulled from LP “Blue Butterfly”, tracks 2 + 3 recorded 1973
for the German Pharmacy Advertising LP “Jubel Trubel Heiserkeit”, remastered 2009.
Limited Sonorama vinyl single with three uncompromising funk tracks to blow you away. Sampled for many hip hop beats and dropped by well known rare groove DJs around the world these sought after tunes from the German vaults need little introduction. Heavy weight library funk with a psychedelic touch, just think of the best works from Danielle Patucci or Jean Claude Pelletier.

Gary Pacific is Wolfram Brunke from the German town of Leverkusen. His “Soft Wind” (Selected Sound) was first discovered during the 1990s and has been featured on a deleted compilation plus various bootlegs (e.g. Dusty Fingers Posse). Never available on a 45 single before, it is combined here with the previously unreleased “Stop Your Fever” (alternative version of “Soft Wind”) and “E. colitron Alpha”, both pulled from a rare Bayer pharmacy advertising LP - loaded with psych funk, soul breaks and deep flute lines.

More versions of the unreleased tracks can be heard on a scarce Bosworth library LP, where “E. colitron Alpha” becomes “Blue Onion” and another version of “Stop Your Fever” is entitled “Knitting”. Thanks to the rare talents and the mysterious appearances of a certain Wolfram Brunke it seems there is no end in digging the impossible to find ...