It’s Saturday & time for our weird-saturday-bandcamp-findings!

This Saturday we feature a lost 70’s [1973, to be exact] German B-movie soundtrack by Gerhard Narholz – if you love those seventies European psychedelic funk-groove nuggets, you’ll love this little gem!
here’s some more info taken from the Bandcamp page:
“German b-movie action & crime soundtrack “Das Mädchen von Hongkong” / “The Girl from Hongkong” from 1973, that was never released before and shot in HongKong with an international flair and the very famous german actor and show-man Joachim “Blacky” Fuchsberger.

The music of this soundtrack was written by Gerhard Narholz and recorded under different pseudonyms and with different groups.
Gerhard Narholz is a very famous library composer, musician and owner of the music-archive Sonoton.

The music is between typical library crime music & gangster action cinematic tunes, with very funky grooves, wah wah guitars, hamond organ riffs, fat horn stabs and fuzzy guitars and all that elements & ingredients that a gangster movie needs!

This album is mastered by Sonoton studio-engineer legend Gerhart Frei!”


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