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Session One is the first release on The Herbaliser's own Department H imprint, a side release to their normal work on Ninja Tune that documents the extended Herbaliser lineup that spent much of 1999 on the road. As such, the album is a lively electro-acoustic funk project that benefits from the 120 or so gigs the band played during eight months in the UK, Europe, US and Canada. Ollie Teeba and Jake Wherry, along with their nine-piece band, have blended horns, Rhodes keyboards, wah wah guitars, live percussion and decks and effects together with programmed drumbeats, all with a very live and spontaneous feel. Tracks like "The Missing Suitcase", "Who's The Realest" and "Shockazulu" are heavily influenced by labels like Music De Wolfe, K.P.M and the piercing incidental funk of 1970's Lalo Schifrin-style soundtracks. Session One succeeds in its exploration of 70s funk-ology by joining the dots between phat instrumental hip-hopbeats, jazz fusion and potent funk rhythms. The guiding spirits of Lonnie Liston Smith, Fred Wesley and The JB's and the classic electronic jazz vibes of Herbie Hancock are recontexualised here through The Herbaliser's hip-hop aesthetic. --Terna Heuston-Jibo
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