Thursday, February 21, 2008

Kpm 1088 - Bass Guitar And percussion Vol 1


The KPM Music Library released vinyl LPs in the 1960s and 70s intended for television, radio, and broadcast usage. During the crate digging boom, library records became highly in demand for their incredibly sharp, break-filled instrumentals . There were several library labels, but KPM was recognized as the best, This LP is one of the heavy weight KPM releases with ill drum breaks fat funk tracks and plenty of percussion samples enjoi and crank up that sampler and please DONT FORGET TO LEAVE A COMMENT

46 comments:

tenacity said...

Thanks for this one! Crispy tasting breaks indeed... Digging the KPM posts. Many thanks for the sterling work..

blueadam said...

Can I call you Professor? Thanks for another education via your most recent post on KPM. This is incredible.

Thomas L. Strickland said...

Thanks. Jonny Trunk of Trunk Records was on the Fabric Podcast a few weeks ago, playing some of his own library music faves.

monsieurwilly said...

magnifique !

fritz the cat said...

cheers, i enjoy these kpm albums

JAZZYPIER said...

This is a GREAT post!!! excellent! very thanks!

Slim Jenkins said...

Never really fucked with kpm library ish before, mostly cause they're hard to get your hands on here, way out west. Thanks for the illest introduction possible!

leroy said...

this one is somehow almost unreal - in a positive way. thanks!

James said...

thanks for the fantastic tunes !!

thesupremeunknown said...

Very nice. Definitely some bboy breaks hiding on this one. I'll have to have a run through the rest. The postings just keep getting better and better each visit!

Evan said...

Lovin' this, thanks!

Vince said...

thanks a lot for that! A lot of breaks for Djs...

Nathan said...

Thanks for the music, your taste is outstanding!

Jackson Kid said...

Thanks for the great finds!!

none said...

wow amazing find

none said...

wow amazing find!

El_Cheato said...

This is the sort of stuff mere mortals such as myself just don't normally have access to! Huge thanks for sharing this!

Vincent the Soul Chef said...

Just had to drop back and catch up on these KPM pieces. Your hard work is always appreciated...

MaxPtah said...

yo, nice upload. Thanks for your work.

murf45 said...

wittness the fatness , super stuff

umgawa said...

great find, thanks!

Anonymous said...

man o man...too cool. Thanks for expanding my musical tastes.
-bobbyh

Richard said...

Oh man this gets me moving, keep up the good work!

Anonymous said...

this looks incredible thank you!!!!u

Anonymous said...

OMG did anyone see that GW Williams play bass during his guitar concert, I couldn't believe what he can do on bass guitar also.
I have to say I was shocked to say least, he's an amazing rock, jazz guitar player that's for sure.BUt on bass, he's world class also,wow man !! he's Better Than the Treblemakers bass player by far, that Micheal Chubby guy, you know that fat guy from that band GW

quaker oats said...

cheers mon frere, some lovely fresh beats here. thank you for sharing.

dataGHOST said...

This is so fucking ill... i cannot sample this... just gonna study my drum fills and leave this alone. holy shit man thanks

felttip said...

I'm in awe. You've turned me on to so many joints and saved me from digitizing quite a few of my selections. Thanks so much.

crispy said...

thanks again.. just recently became hip to library records.... greatly appreciate the posts... most of these are impossible to find anymore....

Anonymous said...

I'll have that. Thanks, sir!

Anonymous said...

Any new seeds?

aboynamedstew said...

Curious about this genre, so thanks much for the introduction.

Greyboy said...

Fantastic find once again. How do you come across this wonderful stuff?

Jimmy said...

Ridiculous. Just Ridiculous. Keep on keeping on. Respect to you.

THE III said...

thank u again thanks u rock dude

Anonymous said...

Thanks man!Keep up the good work

Anonymous said...

thanks a lot, these breaks are legit

Anonymous said...

holy crap! this rules

Anonymous said...

Thanks.

Ryan (Riv.,CA) said...

Your knowledge of this extraordinary library music is absolutely an inspiration. I really didn't think that there were entire albums of just sparse instrumentals for different kinds of media. Thanks and don't ever stop this crusade because it is much needed in our diluted and commodified pop world.

Tom said...

Great stuff man ! Thanks

bigga said...

Nice one for posting this - thanks a lot.

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Anonymous said...

Something I've been dreaming of... Thanks !!!

Anonymous said...

Thanks for being nice enough to put this up. Appreciate it!

Giallo Musica said...

How can I download this?