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  • Audio CD (12 July 2010)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Backbeat Records
  • ASIN: B003XGMOCA
  • Other Editions: MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 19,107 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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22 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Music Lover on 11 Sept. 2010
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The initial 'Back Beats' series extended over ten issues, with the promise that further volumes might follow. This release is part of the promised second batch, being Volume 20 in the series originally "conceived and compiled with love by Ian Dewhirst". The stated aim of the collection remains the same, to "entertain and educate" whilst bringing "some of the best music in the world from some of the greatest independent labels over the past 50 years..(using)...only the full 12" or album versions". This is a sentiment previously expressed by Dewhirst in his previous role as conceiver and compiler of the 'Original Mastercuts' collection - a series that provided a musical education in quality black music. Since the demise of the 'Original Series' Dewhirst has continued his engaging in the issuing of quality driven music compilations, always displaying the light touch expertise and willingness to guide, in a manner that is never patronising.

For this volume the responsibility for the process of compiling falls to the very experienced Dean Rudland, a man renowned for his involvement with the Acid Jazz label in the early 1990s and the very successful 'Blue Break Beats' compilations. Rudland has also previously worked on the 'Back Beats' series by helming 'Crate Diggin': The Cult Of Rarity' issue (BACKB018). This time around Rudland writes of the period, "...when Jazz was losing its mainstream appeal... (with)...a level of wilful obscurity...losing its relevance to ordinary people". He writes of a large Urban audience that had an appetite for Jazz that could be listened to, and this need was taken up by producers such as The Mizell Brothers, Creed Taylor and Sonny Lester, creating a musical fusion where melody and rhythm still mattered.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Goldie Horne on 5 May 2011
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Instrumental Soulful Jazz at its best. If you like Jazzy Soul, this is the album to consider buying. Ooozing with so much good vibes.....
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15 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Ziontrain on 19 Oct. 2010
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Okay, let's be blunt: basically this compilation CD functions as a sampler for you to buy the CD re-releases of the music that Demon music has licensed by the truckload. That's not my opinion at all, it's more or less what the compiler says in the liner notes. And it is at once the strength and weakness of this CD itself.

Overall its a decent but not stellar compilation of 70's mellow funk and jazz-ish soul music. Some of the music is quite good, while some of it is okay but not great. I don't think there were any duds on the CD, which is good. Overall it does a good job of delivering a jazzy, lite funk vibe for the duration.

Could there have been some even better tracks here. Yes, definitely. But that wouldn't be possible since these guys expicitly set out to create a sampler for Demon music's library of licensed "product", primarily from the vaults of Gamble & Huff's Philly International Records. So that stops us from getting a few more top notch tracks. On the other hand, the Demon catalog is of enough quality that compiler Dean Rudland hasn't been forced to to throw in any duds here.

What's annoying however is the liner notes. With such a range of music, it would have been helpful to have more extensive and organised liner notes. For example, the musicians on the tracks are not credited, which isnt just a matter of fun, but it also allows the buyer to learn more about what the liked and go find more of it to buy. Similarly the liner notes for these tracks are not super long but poorly organised, running on for ages, with little to anchor them in the way of infomational headers, structure, or explicit grouping of the music to explain it. In other words the liner notes, while written with sufficient knowledge and passion dont deliver what they could.
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