This is a record of two very distinctive halves. "Berkshire Blues" and "Portrait Vivian," are pretty standard model numbers, the latter being the more atmospheric. The congos come out for "Niger Mambo." We have lift off. This is where Weston goes into overdrive. Snappy, with a devilish trumpet section in the middle; this track has all you could want and more. The title track is a stonewall classic, steady build up, that percussion that just grates on you, bringing you hypnotically into the track - pure genius. "Congelese Children," is a slightly quick yet enjoyable ditty. Worth buying for the title track on its own
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