West Coast Harem | Introducing...West Coast Harem

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Introducing...West Coast Harem

by West Coast Harem

A wicked blend of jazz/funk/soul grooves - Psychedelic Boogaloo.
Genre: Jazz: Acid Jazz
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2. Open Door
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3. Sirius Time
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West Coast Harem was originally a recording project formed in 1994. The concept was to build a modern, funkified, psychedelic rare groove from both synthetic and organic sources. To use the neo-DJ mentality with a live player approach.

West Coast Harem had it's share of line-up changes but it's root was a electric combo of John Basil (guitar), R. Scott (keyboards), Craig Tiegen (drums) and Jim Haas (bass) that was captured on this EP.

The band became a live staple in Southern and Northern California soon after the release of their first 12" vinyl release "Silver Kiss" (Insta-Noise Records). "Introducing...West Coast Harem" was self-released in 1997 and captured the change in direction to a more eclectic jazz/funk sound.

The band disbanded in 1999 after a hectic five year run.


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John in Windsor

Keep it in your CD Changer!
If you have a CD changer in your car, keep this one in rotation! It's not the longest CD in the world. There's only five tracks, but it's priced right and has five fun, fast-paced keyboard/organ based tunes that'll keep a smile on your face and hoping the drive never ends.

Robert Whyte

A gem for collectors and funk fans alike.