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Rob Da Bank Presents Sunday Best
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With 2 shows on Radio One, namely The Blue Room and One Music, Rob Da Bank is building a reputation with his diverse yet popular music policy. Rob da Banks Sunday Best Recordings has been releasing records since 1997 with first outings from Lemon Jelly through to its current rosta including Grand National, Lazyboy and Max Sedgley to name but a few. Sunday Best comprises 2 CDs: the first a truly inspired Balearic collection of old and new classics; the second collects some favourite tunes and fresh signings from the Sunday Best stable.
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It's hard to pick out highlights, as there genuinely isn't a bad track on here. The first disc, entitled Dusty Disco, starts off really strongly, with the first five tracks, particularly William Pitt's City Lights, standing out. It's a trip through esoteric disco floor fillers, wrapped up at the end with a few slower numbers.
The second, Balaeric Beauties, spreads the quality pretty evenly throughout. It starts off a little lo-fi, and then blends into the Balearic sound of the title. Piney Gir and Simple Kid's "Nightsong", a twisted and kooky love song, sticks its head slightly above the parapet, as does the lilting harmonica of the final track.
This album is a trip through Rob Da Bank's world, and it's one that fans of his radio show will be more than happy to repeat on a regular basis.
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