Parisian Soul & Yan Tregger/PS003

BIOGRAPHY

Ted Scotto began his musical
life as a trumpet player, but got his foot in the door of production soundtracks when he composed the theme for the 1968 French animated series “Les Shadoks”.
Soon taking on the pseudonym Yan Tregger (chosen for its nonspecific, English-sounding connotations), Scotto wrote and recorded more than thirty library records, rang- ing from funk and R&B tunes to deep dives into the then-prevalent Italo disco sound. He also continued to record commercial music (including two albums with his disco act M.B.T. Soul and the under- water trumpet novelty hit “Bubble Bubble”), and work on film scores.
In 2018, Mark Grusane adapted the track “Riff On” from “Catchy” for BBE Records, which later decided to re-edit “Catchy” and “Duck & Drakes” on vinyl.
For this new Maxi, Yan Tregger has done us the honour of reworking two unpublished tracks from the M.B.T project .
You will have a bliss listening to two originals tracks, slightly transformed, and two reworks that will make you travel through Balearic and Dub atmospheres, preserving to the maximum the soul of the original grooves. This release announces a turning point in the production. Parisian Soul converges on an exclusive and unique dimension with a live sampler concept on stage to remix their Maxi-vinyl in real time. Surrounded by pianist Alexandre Destrez (St Germain, Dimitri from Paris and Dj Yass), and percussionist Edmundo Carneiro (St. Germain, Bob Sinclar, De La Soul).

Tracklisting

I Want a Woman (Original Edit) Yan Tregger
I Want a Woman (Rework Parisian Soul)
Who Knows You (Original Edit) Yan Tregger
Who Knows You (Rework Parisian Soul)

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