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As a member of the Portishead collective, Andy Smith helped create some of the most important music to come out of the UK at the end of the last century. It was his turntable and production skills that transported their sound to another dimension. And, while all may be quiet in the Portishead camp, Smith is still very much in action on both the live scene and in the studio. The Document series is a case in point as Smith compiles a stunning mixtape-style selection of soul, hip-hop and more to fine effect.
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Amazon.com: 1 reviews
not as good as document 2 but still pretty good
10 March 2008 - Published on Amazon.com
The more I listen to this the more I like it. Overall not as good as document 2 but this cd has some great stuff. Occasionally a song goes on a bit too long. What I love about these cd's is the variety of genres you hear on one album. 60's soul, 70's funk, 80's hip hop all mixed seamlessly. That's where this is really strong, connecting one song to the next. This cd is not for everyone, some people don't like a cd that jumps from genre to genre, song by song. I love it!