Lost and found.
Lost and found.
In 1978, Japanese electronic music maestro Osamu Shoji (1932-2018) released this killer analog synth reimagining of the Star Wars soundtrack. I find Shoji’s take on the familiar themes to be far groovier than the disco exploitation of Meco’s US chart-topping “Star Wars and Other Galactic Funk” released the previous year.
Love was so much easier in the 80s. KC and The Sunshine Band will always and forever be a favorite.
The Solton Ketron Programmer 24 is a 1985 sample-based synthesizer described as “The Italo Disco machine”. They used to be on eBay, but good luck finding one nowawadays for much less than $2,000. Hungry Like The Wolf is Duran Duran’s breakthrough hit, which reached #3 in the US in 1982. The above video is a […]
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