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November 27, 2020
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Vinyl 7": Sonorama S-07
RAY CHRISTOPH`S NEW SOUND – WORDLESS BLUES EP
RAY-CHRISTOPHS-NEW SOUND-Wordless-Blues-EP-A
RAY-CHRISTOPHS-NEW SOUND-Wordless-Blues-EP-B
S 01
Performer
Track
Time
01
Wordless Blues
Christoph
2:21
02
Soul Organ
Köck
3:24
S 02
Performer
Track
Time
01
The Very First Day
Christoph
3:50
02
Computerlichter (aka Wordless Blues Instr.)
Christoph
2:18
Track 1. & 3. previously released in 1969 on 7inch ( German “Orange” label) 
Tracks 2. & 4. from the Wewerka archives, previously unreleased.
... crushing in your ears with nice songwriting, solid drum work and jazzy piano touches - and hiding the real dancefloor pearl on the flipside: The uptempo scatter "Wordless Blues", with its vocal line being a gentle reminder of the classic "Comin`Home Baby", but with different harmonies to the song and a very tight arrangement pending between bossa beat and soul, definitely great for the jazz and soul dancefloor.

The rare 7inch appeared on many international playlists and got some important followers aswell: When it was played out at the club by Berlins DJ Maxwell rumours were heard that a well known DJ from Italy offered half of his record case for just one copy of the Single. The Italian band "VIP 200" consequently covered the song in the year 2002: Their version was comped on "A Tutto Beat" (Cinedelic) and also released as a "Japan Only"-single under the name "I Was A Ye-Ye Girl: Wordless Blues" on Rambling Records. 

On our run through the Wewerka archives/ Munich in 2004 (and to the great surprise of owner Hans Wewerka), we found some forgotten tapes in a basement room, that contained not only an alternate instrumental version of "Wordless Blues" under the strange German name of "Computerlichter" but also the funky and Hammond-led "Soul Organ", both from the same recording session in 1969.  

After all, this Sonorama EP contains not only the rare single from the enigmatic "Orange" label but also the two unreleased tracks from the archives - 4 pieces of resurrected dancefloor jazz, representing all that is from a talented but completely vanished "New Sound" by a certain Ray Christoph, of whom nobody ever heard again...we do think this was his real name, but who knows for sure?