Unknown Artist “Oasis Records Dancing Instrumental Vol.4”

Unknown Artist “Oasis Records Dancing Instrumental Vol.4”

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Unknown Artist
Oasis Records Dancing Instrumental Vol.4
Oasis Records (South Korea) 1971
OL 958 (LP)
sleeve : VG+(SPSE: 1cm crack on top of back. some wear and wrinkles on edge and corner. light dirts.)
media : VG+/VG+(light surface noises caused by light wear and hairlines. some click noises.)

This album was released in 1971 by Oasis Records, a major record company in Korea. This is probably one of the first albums released shortly after the company was founded. It is an instrumental work that mainly features the Korean popular song trot, also known as ppongchak, which is said to have been derived from Japanese enka. There is no indication of the performers, but as you can see from the picture on the cover, it is a strange kind of music that uses band sounds, brass, accordion, and electrons to create an emotionally charged performance. The best tracks are Blues B3 and Slow Rock B4, in which guitars and electrons add melancholy melodies to the simple beat of the rhythm box, reminiscent of the origin of Ponchac Disco, which later attracted attention.

B3: Sewol-i yag-igessjiyo
B4: Ppalgan seon-injang

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