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Could We Be More Remixes
Cat: BWOOD 337LP. Rel: 07 Mar 24
 
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
Tojo (feat Demae - Eun remix) (2:45)
Somethings Going On (Miles James remix) (5:13)
Home (Anaiis remix) (3:03)
Ewa Inu (Vanyfox remix) (3:10)
Ewa Inu (Dreamcastmoe's Smoked Out remix) (5:35)
We Give Thanks (Keiyaa remix) (7:53)
Dide O (Ash Lauryn & Stefan Ringer remix) (4:40)
War Dance (Hagan remix) (6:19)
Review: Over a year since the release of their exhilarating debut album Could We Be More, Kokoroko present a new collection of remixes of tracks from their debut album. The record brings together a dizzying, globe-spanning array of contemporary music's most forward-thinking artists including Dreamcastmoe, anaiis, KeiyaA, Eun, Demae, Hagan, Ash Lauryn, Stefan Ringer, Miles James, and Vanyfox. A beguiling slice of contemporary jazzdance lent a fresh modern glitzing twist, mixing old friends and fresh faces alike, while not failing to demonstrate the enduring talents of Kokoroko in equal measure.
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Could We Be More
Cat: BWOOD 228CD. Rel: 05 Aug 22
 
Jazz
Tojo
Blue Robe (part 1)
Ewa Inu
Age Of Ascent
Dide O
Soul Searching
We Give Thanks
Those Good Times
Reprise
War Dance
Interlude
Home
Something's Going On
Outro
Blue Robe (part 2)
Review: Kokoroko, a London-based eight-piece featuring musicians with disparate cultural roots and a love of improvised performance, have long been tipped as future stars of British music. Could We Be More, the award-winning outfit's debut album, more than delivers on the promise of their previous singles, offering up a set shaped by their communal love of Afrobeat, dub, Highlife, percussion workouts, spiritual jazz and smooth grooves. Highlights come thick and fast throughout, from the deep and sun-splashed shuffle of 'Ewa Inu' and the warming, sunset-ready soul-jazz of 'Dide O', to the horn-heavy celebration that is 'We Give Thanks' and the Balearic, beat-free bliss of 'Home'.
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Could We Be More
Cat: BWOOD 228LP. Rel: 05 Aug 22
 
Jazz
Tojo (4:00)
Blue Robe (part 1) (0:36)
Ewa Inu (6:41)
Age Of Ascent (4:57)
Dide O (4:12)
Soul Searching (3:27)
We Give Thanks (3:40)
Those Good Times (4:12)
Reprise (0:26)
War Dance (5:38)
Interlude (1:59)
Home (2:06)
Something's Going On (5:05)
Outro (0:37)
Blue Robe (part 2) (0:24)
Review: Kokoroko have been on all world music lovers' radars since their very first and very impressive EP on Brownswood back in 2018. Now we are treated to an expansive and adventurous debut album on the same label that sees the group build on their great early start. Could We Be More has been preceded by new single 'We Give Thanks' and draws plenty of inspiration from the highlife and jazz sounds of West Africa, the Afrobeat and psych-funk sounds of the 70s and plenty of modern broken beat styles. Each tunes swells with emotion and evokes good times.
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Baba Ayoola
Cat: BWOOD 252. Rel: 16 Jul 21
 
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
Baba Ayoola (4:01)
Carry Me Home (5:27)
Review: Kokoroko very quickly broke through with the last EP on Brownswood. The talented musical collective stuff their tunes with elements of afro, funk, soul and jazz and each one makes an indelible mark. This new EP offers two more such gems: first up, 'Baba Ayoola' has silky drumming that would make Tony Allen proud. The lead trumpets and mellifluous chords all make for a rich sonic tapestry that is ripe for dancing. On the flip is 'Carry Me Home' with more big horns and complex drum patterns, as well as some soulful vocal coos to finish it in style.
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 in stock $9.33
Kokoroko
Kokoroko (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: BWOOD 199. Rel: 08 Mar 19
 
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
Adwa (5:56)
Ti-De (6:14)
Uman (5:13)
Abusey Junction (7:04)
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