Incredible Bongo Band - Apache. The classic breakbeat! Taken from Michael Viner's Incredible Bongo Bands album ''Bongo Rock'', released on Mr Bongo Records in 2006. As featured in the 'Get Down'.
The Incredible Bongo Band, also known as Michael Viner's Incredible Bongo Band, was a project started in 1972 by Michael Viner, a record artist manager and executive at MGM Records. Viner was called on to supplement the soundtrack to the B-film The Thing With Two Heads. The band's output consisted of upbeat, funky, instrumental music. Many tracks were covers of popular songs of the day characterized by the prominence of bongo drums, conga drums, rock drums and brass.
Apache, B. Bongo Rock Stone cold, all time classic break from the Incredible Bongo Band on 7" vinyl. Also features on the Incredible Bongo Band's Bongo Rock album on Mr Bongo. Includes unlimited streaming of Apache/Bongo Rock via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. ships out within 2 days. Purchasable with gift card. easily one of the most original, fun and well blended mash ups I've ever heard Leonardo Estrela.
Classic funk breaks from Incredible Bongo Band on 45. Product details. Vinyl (August 5, 2014). Number of Discs: 1. Label: 1201 Music. I bought Bongo Rock with the expectation of hearing an instrumental album, instead of listening to an hour of breakbeats. The grooves they create more or less settle you in as to what to expect for the duration of the disc, with less variation but also less repetition than you might expect.
Incredible Bongo Band - Apache (Warrior One Remix). Incredible Bongo Band. Download MP3.
The Incredible Bongo Band's 1973 recording of "Apache" has become the most famous take on the song, but it wasn't the first. The tune was composed by Jerry Lordan and released initially by the British group The Shadows in 1960. The founding of the Incredible Bongo Band, and their path toward resurrecting the 1960s instrumental hit, was a haphazard one. In 1972, Michael Viner was working as an executive at MGM, specializing in film soundtracks. Earlier, Viner - by his own self-deprecating admission, "a 2nd or 3rd-rate musician" - had worked on the music for Frankie Avalon and Annette Funicello's beach movies at American International.
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Is there a movie about this song? Yes! Sample This is a 2012 documentary about the creation of the Incredible Bongo Band and Apache’s widespread influence on the world of hip-hop.
This record features "the national anthem of hip hop" (Popmaster Fabel, Rock Steady Crew), 'Apache'. Along with Babe Ruth's 'The Mexican' and James Brown's 'Give it up, Turn it loose', the track is one of the most revered of the pre-rap hip hop era, when DJs such as Bambaataa, Kool DJ Herc and Flash were kings and the b-boys their loyal subjects. lt;br Don't make the mistake of neglecting the rest. of the album, though. The LP is quite literally riddled with breaks of all tempos, driven by super-tight bongos. Originals change hands for.