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Tatham Mensah Lord & Ranks

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Format: CD
Cat: BLACKCD 008
Released: 14 Nov 12
Genre: Broken Beat/Nu Jazz

Tracklist
Side 1
1. "Seven4"
2. "Naive (Fool That I May Be)" (feat Bembe Segue)
3. "Celebrate"
4. "Badly Persuaded" (feat Eric Lau)
5. "Stars Shine For You" (feat Mark Force)
6. "Mr Pickles"
7. "Don't Give Up"
8. "Mind Skies" (feat Sarina Leah)
9. "Missing In Action"
10. "Get Up Lift Up Yourself" (feat Ferraz)
11. "You Know Its Like That" (feat Nadine Charles)
12. "KENNY!!!"
13. "THB"
14. "Quantum Shift"
15. "Ooh Monseigneur"
16. "Tredjanous" (interlude)
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Review

Once upon a time, this kind of gathering of broken beat and nu-jazz masters - not to mention the stellar cast list of guest instrumentalists and vocalists - would have caused major ripples. As it is, Tatham, Mensah, Lord & Ranks will probably fall through the cracks. That would be a crying shame, because it's actually pretty tasty. Soulful, deep, jazz-flecked and brilliantly produced, it sounds like a long lost collaboration between IG Culture, Herbie Hancock and Bugz In The Attic (unsurprising since it features many Bugz collaborators and members, from Mark De Clive-Lowe and Bembe Segue, to Mark Force and, of course, Kaidi Tatham). Highlights are plentiful, from the liquid funk of "Mr Pickles", to the sweet modern soul of "Get Up, Lift Up", via the floor-friendly pulse of "Kenny".

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