A few years back, a number of great disco re-edit twelve-inches were released under a series titled Les Edits Du Golem. Most of the releases featured edits of some of the most obscure disco tracks one could even think of or find. Furthermore, the releases never mentioned or gave credit to the people that were responsible for the actual edits, therefore adding a bit of "mystique" to this already interesting series. In all, the series consisted of six releases with the last coming in 2008 titled "A.L-T.s Summer Outtings". My favorite record from the series is actually the first release of the series which consisted of funky re-edits of Clout's "Sunshine Baby", an unkown re-edit titled Sumak, and a 1977 tropical disco gem by Ahmed Fakroun titled "Nisyan" (re-titled "Pyramide"). Unfortunately I haven't been able to hunt down who actually did these edits, therefore I can't give the apropriate credit due for these fine edits. Regardless, the overall series was a good one that I was saddened to see come to an unexpected end. Nevertheless, we still have the music from this collection to always enjoy, and that is exactly what I plan on doing.
Les Edits Du Golem - Pyramide