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This review is from: A Sufi and A Killer (Audio CD)
I just thought I'd add to the general praise for this record, I bought a lot of records last year, but I think this was actually the best 2010 had to offer. It's been totally overlooked in peoples end of year round-ups, but I bought this on release and it's still getting regularly played now, which is more than can be said for a lot of stuff on the Pitchfork/Drowned In Sound/Tiny Mix Tapes 'best of the year' lists.
It's an impossible record to categorise, as it flits between sounding like a 70's soul record, to another Warp electronic masterpiece, and takes in pretty much everything else along the way. I also love the guy's voice, which is really distinctive, and put a name to the guy I'd heard on a Flying Lotus track that I really liked.
I can't recommend this highly enough, it's a masterpiece. A word of warning, Please do be sure to buy this and not 'The Caliph's Tea Party', which is a slightly disappointing collection of remixes from this record.