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Dilla (CD)
ATA
Cat: ATA 006CD. Rel: 13 Jul 17
Jazz
  1. Welcome To Detroit/The Diary
  2. Workinonit
  3. Stop
  4. Dilla (mix 1)
  5. Dilla (mix 2)
  6. Raw Shit
  7. Official/Fall In Love
  8. Fantastic
  9. Love
  10. So Far To Go
  11. ANGEL
  12. Love Jones
  13. King
  14. Sun In My Face
  15. Two Can Win
 in stock $10.22
ATA
Cat: ATACD 012. Rel: 01 Nov 18
Hip Hop/R&B
  1. Accordion
  2. Curls
  3. All Caps
  4. Bistro
  5. Fancy Clown
  6. Raid
  7. Madmix 1
  8. Great Day
  9. Madmix 2
 in stock $10.22
ATA
Cat: ATALP 011. Rel: 30 Aug 18
Jazz
  1. Love Can Turn A Man (6:17)
  2. Cancao De Momento (4:44)
  3. Brother Move On (5:08)
  4. Hawkshaw Philly (4:17)
  5. Theme From "The Watcher" (6:25)
  6. Last Man In The Chain Gang (5:34)
  7. Straight Seven Strut (6:32)
Review: The Leeds-based ATA Records continues to bring us the very best in contemporary soul and jazz, this time with a debut album from a local group, The Lewis Express. Taking inspiration from the 60s, through the likes of Ramsey Lewis, the band's self-titled LP has something of the oracular about it, while still sounding vintage in aesthetic and raw in its execution. The band consists of George Cooper, Piano (Abstract Orchestra) Neil Innes, Bass (The Sorcerers, The Magnificent Tape Band, Tony Burkill), Sam Hobbs, Drums (Dread Supreme, Tony Burkill, Matthew Bourne) and Pete Williams, Percussion (The Sorcerers, The Magnificent Tape Band, Tony Burkill) - together they make some sweet-ass, break-centric music that'll undoubtedly appeal to both the hip-hop heads and the psych freaks. What a beautifully composed modern jazz album. Recommended.
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 in stock $20.71
ATA
Cat: ATACD 010. Rel: 24 May 18
Soul
  1. Let The Church Say
  2. Danger
  3. When I Saw You
  4. Requiem
  5. Heading Towards Catastrophe
  6. Not That Kind Of Woman
  7. Black Tiger
  8. Pantomime
 in stock $9.46
The Sorcerers (reissue) (LP + MP3 download code)
ATA
Cat: ATALP 002. Rel: 24 Sep 19
Jazz
  1. Pinch Of The Death Nerve (4:29)
  2. The Horror (3:38)
  3. Arid Plain (3:24)
  4. Suur Toll (4:43)
  5. The Viking Of 5th Avenue (4:38)
  6. Cave Of Brahma (4:30)
  7. Who Put Bella In The Wych Elm? (3:44)
  8. Night Of The Sorcerer (6:24)
 in stock $20.71
ATA
Cat: ATALP 018. Rel: 23 Jan 20
Jazz
  1. Opening Titles (4:49)
  2. Treasured Sacrament (4:26)
  3. Overgrown Icons (3:32)
  4. Downriver (3:48)
  5. Crossing The Rope Bridge (4:15)
  6. The People Of The Forest (3:46)
  7. Beneath The City Of The Monkey God (4:03)
  8. Escape From The Catacombs (3:04)
  9. Shamanic Brew (2:18)
  10. Who Is The Hunter, Who Is The Prey? (feat Chip Wickham) (1:17)
  11. Summoning The Monkey God (4:31)
  12. End Credits (feat Chip Wickham) (1:49)
Review: While initially inspired by some of the greats of Ethio-jazz, Leeds outfit The Sorcerers has recently expanded its repertoire to include sounds inspired by 1960s/70s soundtracks (particularly those by Ennio Morricone and Roy Budd), obscure Italian library music and Blaxploitation funk. The band's latest album riffs extensively on these vintage influences, delivering an "original soundtrack" to an imaginary film inspired by a headline in The National Geographic. It's a wonderfully atmospheric and evocative affair, with all 12 tracks sounding so authentically vintage and emotive that they could easily have been made and released 50 years ago. Whether you've checked their previous releases or not, this is well worth a listen.
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 in stock $19.17
  1. Opening Titles
  2. Treasured Sacrament
  3. Overgrown Icons
  4. Downriver
  5. Crossing The Rope Bridge
  6. The People Of The Forest
  7. Beneath The City Of The Monkey God
  8. Escape From The Catacombs
  9. Shamanic Brew
  10. Who Is The Hunter & Who Is The Prey (feat Chip Wickham)
  11. Summoning The Monkey God
  12. End Credits (feat Chip Wickham)
Review: While initially inspired by some of the greats of Ethio-jazz, Leeds outfit The Sorcerers has recently expanded its repertoire to include sounds inspired by 1960s/70s soundtracks (particularly those by Ennio Morricone and Roy Budd), obscure Italian library music and Blaxploitation funk. The band's latest album riffs extensively on these vintage influences, delivering an "original soundtrack" to an imaginary film inspired by a headline in The National Geographic. It's a wonderfully atmospheric and evocative affair, with all 12 tracks sounding so authentically vintage and emotive that they could easily have been made and released 50 years ago. Whether you've checked their previous releases or not, this is well worth a listen.
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 in stock $10.22
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