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A Boy's Own Odyssey-Acid House Scrapes & Capers
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3 Stars for this 'cos the tracks are good, but it'd would've been 5 if not for the massive faff in trying to actually listen to them.
The story begins with the roots of the label and the people who made it all happen. As a consequence this isn't just about the record label (as that was just the result of a collective deciding upon another way to express themselves). Many of the included tracks weren't even on the label itself, but by the people who were central in its development and creation. It was a lot more than just the label, and here is the proof.
Early examples include Primal Scream and Happy Mondays which are seminal moments in the development of dance culture in the UK. Although Junior Boy's Own is a dance label its existence was thanks to understanding where the boundaries between indie/rock and dance could blur and connect. Primal Scream's "Loaded", here in its majestic Terry Farley mix form, is a classic example. The fact that there are also ones from James and The Farm there as well just illustrates the point further.
As the music develops, and the time moves forward, the music moves more consciously towards mainstream dance. The inclusion of Outrage's lovely "That Piano Track", Pete Heller's "Big Love", "In Your Bones" by Fire Island and Farley & Heller's "Ultra Flava" are great examples of this. It also higlights the diversity and fragmented nature of the scene. The inclusion of The Chemical Brother's monumental "Leave Home" - a definitive Big Beat anthem - and The Ballistic Brothers "I'll Fly Away", a magical Drum 'n' Bass track show this perfectly.Read more ›
Anyone into the future of dance music should check it out as an example of great music that still stands up 20 years on.
Too many great tracks to mention but I am hooked.
Hope, love and rhythm...
And the price.........I feel guilty for not paying more
Recomended if u like 90s prog funky house. J b o does themselves proud
Take me back. Those were the days.....
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is sick......top tune after tune.........any old skool ravers this is a must for your collection. Take you back in time...Published on 24 April 2013 by Mr. R. Watson