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|1.||"Song For A Friend" (feat Cropper) (4:26)|
|2.||"Mind, Body & Soul" (4:40)|
|1.||"Blow Your Mind" (4:24)|
Since going solo last year, former Onra collaborator Byron Blaylock has yet to put a foot wrong. Each successive 12" has brought with it a swathe of killer new jams straddling the blurred lines between soul, jazz, hip-hop, deep house and jazz-funk. There's more of the same on Leaving This Planet, the Alabama-raised producer's first EP for the mighty Eglo. So while opener "Song for a Friend" is a superior, jazz-flecked deep house bumper smothered in killer electric piano solos, the track that follows, "Mind, Body & Soul" is a squelchy tech-jazz masterpiece. It's the same story on the flip, as floor-friendly jazz-breaks ("Blow Your Mind") make way for a heady trip into intergalactic jazz-funk territory ("SSDP"). As the worn-out old saying goes, this is "all killer, no filler".
Athens Of The North (Fryer), Ilija Rudman ( Imogen Recordings ), Buzz Compass, Ionik (Traveller Records), Thatmanmonkz (Shadeleaf Music), Lay-Far, Yoshi Okino (Kyoto Jazz Massive), Kaoru Inoue, Lexis (Music Is My Sanctuary), Dj Caspa, Sol Power Sound, Session Victim, Juno Recommends Deep House, Richard Zepezauer (RZ-1), JKriv (Razor-N-Tape), Your Name (Legalize Lambada), Z Lovecraft, Massiande (Freerange/MOS/Phonica), Dave Aju, Mario Novak/ Pitch Vinyl Shop/ Se, Alma Negra, Nachtbraker, 4004 , Harry Wolfman, Fouk, Ashley Beedle
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