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Top 50 Tracks of 2010: Clive Tanaka y Su Orquestra – All Night, All Right

December 25, 2010

8. Clive Tanaka y Su Orquestra – All Night, All Right.mp3

Sporting a Japanese surname and operating out of Brazil, Clive Tanaka and his Orquestra of electronic equipment bring globetrotting flair to the music world with this impossibly great take on French house. There’s all you could possibly want in a stellar dance track: big kickdrums, rolling bass, vocoders and a stylistic confidence that Tanaka wears very well. Easily the best track by Daft Punk in years. Shame they couldn’t be bothered to create it.

Get out your dancing shoes and, while you’re digging around in the closet, grab your old boombox because this debut EP is available on cassette.

Get your analog Tanaka right here.

The rest of the Top 50.

-CLT

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3 comments

  1. I like this kitschy song. But are you sure it wasn’t on the soundtrack of the classic film, Roller Boogie? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7NRnIIQ9bnc

    I think it might have been the song they skate-danced The Robot to.


    • I just listened to “Roller Boogie” (not the same “Roller Boogie”) the other night. All three bear some resemblance to each other. Must be the “Roller” part, if not the actual “Boogie” part.


  2. […] Tanaka (whom I’ve expressed adoration for previously) is back with a lushly moving track that threatens to shatter even the most jaded of hearts into […]



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