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London Street Beats 1988-2009:21 Years Of Acid Jazz Records CD


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  • Audio CD (2 Nov. 2009)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: Bgp
  • ASIN: B002OBO49G
  • Other Editions: Audio CD
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Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Leaders And Believers (Unkle Mix)- Emperor's New Clothes
  2. The New Avengers (Raw Deal Mix) - Mfos
  3. Souljah - Manasseh
  4. Nothing - Sandals
  5. Sleep Walk - Cloud Nine
  6. Right On Roy (Keep On Trying) - Introspective Funk Collective
  7. The Ladder - One Creed
  8. Creation (Ceasefire Mix) - Jtq
  9. Radio Athletico - The Bloodsuckas
  10. Missing (Introspective Funk Collective Mix) - Thr33 Black Bros
  11. Rasselas (Mr Scruff Mix) - Manasseh
  12. Unsettled Life - Lesson 2 (Underdog Ruffneck Mix) - Emperor's New Clothes
  13. Everything Is Going To The Beat - Ace Of Clubs
  14. Last Night Beats - Subterranneans
  15. Jesse (Lynchmob Beats Edit) - Mother Earth

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Product Description

* The second part of BGP's celebration of Acid Jazz's 21st birthday is an enjoyable ride through a set of high-class 90s beats and grooves.

* This collection throws the spotlight on the label's contemporary beat-laden productions. It takes in the sounds of trip-hop, lounge, big beat, jazz-house and features many of the biggest names of those genres applying themselves as remixers or producers.

* Acid Jazz was the middle of the maelstrom of dance culture and was responsible for setting up one of the great 90s nightclubs, the Blue Note, in London's Hoxton Square. This collection throws a light on an alternative side of 90s club culture that is distinct from and pop house.

* Here are Leftfield producing the Sandals' early single, one of DJ Scruff's earliest works and a true rarity in his mix of Manasseh's `Rasselas'. James Lavelle and Tim Goldsworthy's UNKLE produced and mixed the Emperor's New Clothes, while Paul Weller's producer Brendan Lynch took apart and reconstructed Mother Earth's `Jesse'. Another Paul Weller cohort, the Young Disciples' Marco Nelson, hooked up with actor Max Beesley on the infectious `Last Night Beats'.

* The set is completed with some truly stunning work, both as an artist and a remixer, from label-owner Ed Piller under his Introspective Funk Collective title. Trevor Jackson, later of Playgroup, mixes the Emperor's New Clothes' `Unsettled Life - Lesson 2', a down-tempo classic, and Manasseh pops up again with the languid `Souljah'. Big beat is represented by Ceasefire man Derek Dah Large on his remix for JTQ and his own Bloodsucka's cut.


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