Medline - People Make The World Go Round
People Make The World Go Round
When you buy this record you automatically get the MP3 version for free. You recieve a download link immediately after the payment has been recieved.
The album is available in three different physical formats:
1. Limited Deluxe LP (500 numbered Copies) LP, Downloadcard (with two bonus songs), 3 Prints (21 x 21 cm) of Roy Ayers, Donald Byrd, The Stylistics drawn by Gizem Winter.
Medline is a musician, producer and DJ from Rennes, France with roots in Chile. Born Orlando Diaz Corvalan, Medline calls his music brown music - a mix of afro, latin, funk and jazz with a hip-hop state of mind. With his debut album „People Make The World Go Round“ the French producer is taking us on a trip down memory lane by paying tribute to the jazz funk masters who's music shaped the musical DNA of hip-hop.
From Roy Ayers and Lonnie Liston Smith to Freddie Hubbard and the Heath Brothers. Songs like „Everybody Loves The Sunshine“, „Red Clay“ or „Smilin' Billy Suite“ have been a staple amongst hip-hop and jazz fans alike for a long time. But the album is more than a sample song-book of 90ties rap. Medline reinterpretates the songs in his very own way. A beatmaker by trade, Medline acts as a one man orchestra playing every instrument himself. with a strong focus on the flute. Think Herbie Mann joins Yesterdays New Quintett with a headnod towards broken beat. On three songs he is joined by Roni Alkekengi who's sultry vocals (and French accent) are a perfect match.
The album sleeve has been designed by Turkish artist Gizem Wintah. A limited vinyl edition of the album comes with three prints of Roy Ayers, Donald Byrd and The Stylistics. 500 numbered copies only. Last summer, Medline introduced his album with the 7” single “Everybody Loves The Sunshine”. The title track “People Makes The World Go Round” has been available on a limited vinyl only split single with Suff Daddy, released in conjunction with HHV. On New York label Names You Can Trust, Medline has just released a cumbia 7" under his Alliacara 2743 moniker.