Master of French Library Music: Janko Nirovich. Among the many works left around the prestigious label Editions Montparnasse 2000, from "Soul Impressions" in 1975, which boasts the top popularity along with "Chorus", two deadly psychedelic funk songs have been made into 7 inches for the first time! !!
A masterpiece of cinematic funk that has been recorded on numerous comps and mixtapes! France's leading library music composer: Janko Nirovich. Among the huge discography that has released many masterpiece library sound sources, "Chorus" and "Soul Impressions" have been highly evaluated since they were discovered as rare groove.From that "Soul Impressions", both the popular percussive jazz-funk "Soul Impressions" with horns and the flashy psychedelic funk "Drug Song" with wah guitar swell are made into singles for the first time! !! The dubious air floating on the track, the highest peak of the unmistakable library funk with a moody jacket, and the coupling of the iron wall make it a single!