Raymond Castoldi ‎– X-Ray Records 1992-1994 (2x12") [Kalahari Oyster Cult 04]

19,90  excl. VAT

Availability: In stock

Label: Kalahari Oyster Cult
Format: Vinyl, 2 x 12″
Country: Belgium
Catalogue: OYSTER4
Released: 2021 Repress
Style: house, deep house

Raymond Castoldi ‎– X-Ray Records 1992-1994 (2x12") [Kalahari Oyster Cult 04]

TRACKLIST
A1. Cycles Of Life
B1. Condensation
B2. Feel The Rhythm
C1. Feel The Piano
C2. And God Mad A Woman
D1. The Solo

D2. In-Orbit
E1. The Nightflight
E2. Tonepoem
F1. And God Mad A Woman
F2. Absolute-Time

RELEASE INFO:

2021 REPRESS!!! X-Ray records catalogue is as under the radar as it is rich and ahead of its time. Releasing between 1992 and 1994, most of the label s outputs were produced by Raymond Castoldi. Although people primarily know Castoldi for being the music director and organist in Madison Square Garden, he also has a lesser known chapter of his life. In the early 1990s, Raymond released 6 EPs on his imprint X-Ray Records. By coupling his musical education with a four-on-the-floor club pattern, Castoldi managed to create a jazzy vibe with spaceous sounds and keyboard jams, all coalescing into a relaxing atmosphere that would eventually become the signature sound of 90 s deep house. In partnership with Castoldi, Kalahari Oyster Cult delivers the goods once again: 11 tracks from the X-Ray catalogue over a 3LP for your deejaying pleasure.

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Raymond Castoldi ‎– X-Ray Records 1992-1994 (2x12") [Kalahari Oyster Cult 04]

19,90  excl. VAT

Availability: In stock

TRACKLIST
A1. Cycles Of Life
B1. Condensation
B2. Feel The Rhythm
C1. Feel The Piano
C2. And God Mad A Woman
D1. The Solo

D2. In-Orbit
E1. The Nightflight
E2. Tonepoem
F1. And God Mad A Woman
F2. Absolute-Time

RELEASE INFO:

2021 REPRESS!!! X-Ray records catalogue is as under the radar as it is rich and ahead of its time. Releasing between 1992 and 1994, most of the label s outputs were produced by Raymond Castoldi. Although people primarily know Castoldi for being the music director and organist in Madison Square Garden, he also has a lesser known chapter of his life. In the early 1990s, Raymond released 6 EPs on his imprint X-Ray Records. By coupling his musical education with a four-on-the-floor club pattern, Castoldi managed to create a jazzy vibe with spaceous sounds and keyboard jams, all coalescing into a relaxing atmosphere that would eventually become the signature sound of 90 s deep house. In partnership with Castoldi, Kalahari Oyster Cult delivers the goods once again: 11 tracks from the X-Ray catalogue over a 3LP for your deejaying pleasure.

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