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Apache - Michael Viners Incredible Bongo Band* - Bongo Rock (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Michael Viner's Incredible Bongo Band - Bongo Rock [LP] (reissue, includes the classic ''Apache'') at walllicenttadoldsultepementsoftringhar.coinfo Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users/5.
  2. “Bongo Rock” is significant, for being one of the musical cornerstones of rap it is certainly one of the most sampled LP’s in history, if not the most sampled. Most every history-minded hip-hop DJ has a copy, and the first few bars of its signature number, a driving cover version of the 60’s instrumental number “Apache,” can send crowds into overdrive.”.
  3. Apr 16,  · The Incredible Bongo Band, also known as Michael Viner's Incredible Bongo Band, was a project started by Michael Viner, a record artist manager and executive at MGM Records. The band's output consisted of instrumental music in the funk genre, characterised by the prominence of bongo drums and also conga drums.
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Bongo Rock on Discogs. Label: Pride - PRD,Pride - PRD • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Promo • Country: US • Genre: Rock, Funk / Soul • Style: Surf, Funk, Disco/5(14).
  5. "Bongo Rock" is significant, for being one of the musical cornerstones of rap it is certainly one of the most sampled LP's in history, if not the most sampled. Most every history-minded hip-hop DJ has a copy, and the first few bars of its signature number, a driving cover version of the 60's instrumental number "Apache," can send crowds into overdrive."/5(96).
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  7. Nov 30,  · Incredible Bongo Band sure had incredible bongos, but they weren’t really a band, per se. Rather, Pride Records executive Michael Viner coaxed various musicians to record percussion-heavy instrumentals, including covers of many popular songs of the ’50s, ’60s and ’70s and pieces for films in order to, uh make some easy money.
  8. There's a fun story behind this album, retold in detail in the liner notes. In , Michael Viner was an executive at MGM Records. Asked to put together some music for the soundtrack of an upcoming B-movie horror film, The Thing with Two Heads, he called on songwriter Perry Botkin, Jr., and the two of them whipped up a pair of songs called "Bongo Rock" and "Bongolia.".

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