Across 21st Gaudystreet OST








Let’s jump into 2004! Treehorn moved to Berlin a few years ago. In 2004 it was the first time that Jones visited his partner in the Treehorn-mansion. After this 72-hour-beer-drinkin’-contest between Jones & Treehorn (easy to guess who won) the funk-contest had to continue as well. Determined not to waste any time, Black Belt started to work on a new compilation to digest all experienced (…before Treehorn could). Based on the Blaxploitation-flick “Across 110th Street” (superb soundtrack & the movie itself is maybe one of the best of its genre) the name of the new counterstrike was quickly found: “Across 21st Gaudystreet”. The cover with black mustache & dark sunglasses shows the differences to other compilations: fewer of Blaxploitation more of Poliziotteschi. Featuring the all-time-favorite-composers ‘Guido & Maurizio deAngelis’, the incredible ‘Orchestra Ambros Seelos’ or the interesting ‘I Gres’, to name but a few examples for funky European music. Meanwhile, it was usual to give every song a dramaturgic edit, to mix it up & to create a convincing artwork. So enjoy the next big hit by Black Belt Jones. Don’t miss the nice “Fania All Stars Edit”, the extraordinary sound of “Airto Fogo” or the got-to-have-that-record-funk of Ramsey & Co.’s “Love Call”. The icing on the cake is the special guest appearance by “K” a.k.a. Klaus Kinski, who’s got some warm German words for all of us. And please bear with some self-given titles, but my Italian is not as good as my Swahili…

↘↘↘ Black Belt Jones presents “Across 21st Gaudystreet OST” (2004)

01. Flight Over Berlin
02. Being Back, Makin’ Noise
03. Tema Da ‘Across 21st Gaudystreet’
04. Bar Investigations
05. Finding Suspect Beer
06. Late Night Action On Scaffold & T’s Unused Bed
07. Signore Del Amore Trains His Love Muscle
08. Well, Log Means…(Incepparsi Del Ceppo)
09. Where Cruising Ends
10. ‘T’ Introduces ‘B’ Into The Wonderful World Of Smut
11. At T.N.T.’sYour Dreams Come True (If You Gotta Money!)
12. Cruisin’ in ‘B’- Mobile
13. New Adventures In Beer
14. Double Chick-Trap
15. Dixi’s End
16. Fighting Without Toe
17. Cruising With Signore Del Amore (Buying Meat Anthem)
18. Two Team On The Way
19. Kings Of Clubscene
20. 36 Floor (Theme From Elevator)
21. Girls, Guns N’ Gambling
22. Plan ‘B’ (All On Red)
23. Bad Consequences Being Croupier
24. Inseguimento Di Casino Del Obligat
25. ‘T’s Subway Sleep & ‘B’s Stupid Laugh
26. Real Horse Salami
27. Sure He Did! Signore’s Intermezzo
28. Hitting The Streets The Old Way
29. This Could Have Been Danamyte’s Theme
30. Trasportatori Della Birra
31. Meeting Jam Master Jules & The Jaegermeister Cooperation
32. Waiting For The Next Episode
33. Arrivederci Per Il Momento
34. Tema Di Conclusione Da ‘Acroos 21st Gaudystreet’

11 Responses to “Across 21st Gaudystreet OST”

  1. Thank you once again gentlemen. I have these on the ol’ iPod with the Bose Sound Dock just waiting to make my coworkers ask lots of questions.

    They’ll be alright, and I’ll be nodding my head until it hurts!

    Peace and blessings.

  2. Incredible Hawkes Says:

    Yes!!! This is definitly a great mix to enjoy with tits and a nice cold beer!!!

  3. […] Click here to visit the Two Team website and download their latest funky soundtrack mix. […]

  4. Noch einmal, great stuff. Keep the funk comin’ boys.


  5. Hey fellas,

    awesome! thank all of you for your comments.
    it’s always a true pleasure to read your feedback!

    Thanks & watch out for more TwoTeam-Funk coming soon!


  6. Hey guys, thanks for including my tune in ya mix.I dig what you guys are doing very much.If you would like some more of my tunes just e- mail me, I have a few in the vaults.Keepin the faith as always…..12 shades.

  7. Hey, 12 Shades!
    Great! Thank you so much for your offer! I’d be glad to! Your track is fantastic, making it impossible for anyone to keep their legs still! Hopefully I’m startin’ to work on the next compilation in the mid of this year. It would be a great pleasure & honour for me to feature a guest-track of your archive!


  8. I’ve resisted technology for so long. Sites like yours make me glad I resist no longer. My love for vinyl is almost surpassed by the quality of the mixes you and yours provide for our listening pleasure. Many thanks

  9. Ian, it is a great pleasure for us to hear your kind words. I exactly know what you mean – I could not live without vinyl! But this offers some great opportunities to share the love.
    Stay tuned and let us know how you like our stuff!

    aka Jackie Treehorn

  10. Many thanks for your excellent mixes. I am a great fan of the British band Corduroy and especially this mix shows where Corduroy got their inspiration. I think they nearly copied the bassline of “Escape the Mob” in their track “Chowdown”.
    I have the feeling you direct your mixes through some tube preamp or something for that extra poppin’ vibe. Anyways, lovely sound and nice cuts.
    I think this is one of your best mixes it is a pity some of your mixes are not available anymore. Keep it up !

  11. I just tried to grab the feed for the RSS for your site but it is not properly displaying in Google Chrome. Does anyone have any suggestions?

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