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Forgotten Art

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Format: CD
Cat: SJUCD 002
Released: 24 Nov 11
Genre: Deep House

Tracklist
Side 1
1. "Strumming & Thinking"
2. "Forgotten Art (Music)"
3. "Gospel 1"
4. "Robots & Bumblebees" (A Tribute To Patrick James)
5. "Safe At Home"
6. "Shiloh (A King's Return)"
7. "Silent Pimp (Peace In My Place)"
8. "Tabernacle"
9. "We, The Party (Lets Get Down)"
10. "What's Next"
11. "Peace For Nippon (Japan)"
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Review

Given the success of his 20-year career in house music, you'd forgive Glenn Underground for the odd bout of self-indulgence. There's certainly the odd moment of jazz navel-gazing on Forgotten Art - his 13th full-length - but it's rather in keeping with the album's eclectic, soft-focus approach. The overall impression given is one of a veteran producer letting his hair down. Forgotten Art is packed full of slick, melody-driven deep house inspired by GU's early inspirations, from jazz-funk, boogie and disco to soul, samba and bossa. As a complete work, the results are impressive, with a high standard of musicality and emotional resonance taking precedence over cheap dancefloor thrills. The heads will love it.

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