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I'm Starting To Feel OK Vol 4

KZA/TOSHIYA KAWASAKI/VARIOUS - I'm Starting To Feel OK Vol 4

KZA / TOSHIYA KAWASAKI / VARIOUS

I'm Starting To Feel OK Vol 4

Format: mixed CD
Cat: EFCD 5
Released: 27 Aug 10
Genre: Disco/Nu-Disco
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Tracklist
Side 1
1. Kuniyuki - "Touch" (A Mountain Of One remix)
2. Eddie C - "Gimme Your Dub"
3. Johnwaynes - "High" (Just John mix)
4. KZA - "Le Troublant Acid"
5. Sect - "Thieve Scrilla"
6. Moscow - "Throw Up" (Brontosaurus remix)
7. The Revenge - "Leave Your Mind"
8. Kaoru Inoue - "Esc" (John Daly remix)
9. Mugwump - "Dissidaze"
10. Richard Sen - "Discorcism"
11. Runaway - "Caprice Drive"
12. DJ Sprinkles - "Masturjakor" (Kink & Neville Watson remix)
13. Mark Seven - "Swept Away"
14. Marcos Cabral - "I Prefer To Smoke Alone"
15. Kuniyuki - "Night Forest Oriental Dub"
16. Johnwaynes - "Entrudo" (Deep In Space mix)
17. Culoe De Song - "The Fallen Shiren"
18. Henrik Schwarz & Kuniyuki - "Once Again" (Henrik version)
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Review

On the fourth volume of I'm Starting To Feel Okay, Endless Flight boss Toshiya Kawasaki has selected 18 tracks from the likes of The Revenge, Eddie C, Mugwump, Richard Sen and Mark Seven and once again enlisted revered crate digger KZA to weave them together. The first few tracks work more as a showcase for the high quality of the Endless Flight back cat than a smooth mix, with the energy built in Johnwayne's Faze O sampling "High" petering out by the time Sect's Thieve Scrilla is introduced. Nonetheless, momentum gathers brilliantly with the next track - the excellent fuzzy Italo flex of Brontosaurus's remix of Moscow - and continues to gather pace for the remainder. The point where DJ Sprinkles being given the KiNK & Neville Watson treatment and the early NYC vibes of Marcus Cabral's "I'd Rather Smoke Alone" is interspersed with the sublime piano house bump of Mark Seven's "Swept Away" proves to be a real highlight.

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