Saturday, July 16, 2011
A long time after "Airport International" from the amazing Sound Factory Inc. has been posted here "Night Shift" finally follows. According to the info on the cover we're writing 1979 and the discobeat found his way into the Factory's grooves. Guessing from the sound "Airport" should be a few years older, 1975-1976 maybe... but back to 1979 - the Sound Factory Inc.'s sound is a little les focussed on trombone but they are still playing excellent Jizz Funk with Fritz Münzer laying down these lovely flute grooves. Even the infamous Rainer Pusch is doing his thing on saxophone here... on the keys Pit Löw, also known as P. L. (!)
The Sound Factory Inc. changed their name to "House-Band" in 1982 and recorded at least 3 library LPs in the following years. These will pop up here some time ..... just like the link for your Nightshift.
P.S. Doesn't the "Limehouse Groover" really sound like a Reith composition?