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|1.||Stikki Stuff - "School" (6:37)|
|2.||Cruzial - "Send Me Your Love" (4:55)|
|3.||Potion - "City Girls" (5:05)|
|1.||The Breakfast Band - "Funksters" (7:35)|
|2.||Yeow Band - "Energy" (3:38)|
|3.||Scratch (Gonzalez) - "Keep On Searching For Love" (6:10)|
In recent years, more and more crate diggers have been exploring "Brit-funk" - a previously largely overlooked British variant of jazz-funk popular in underground UK clubs between the late 1970s and mid '80s. One such digger is Parisian producer and DJ Saint-James, who here presents his second deep dive into the obscure genre. Highlights come thick and fast throughout, from the percussive, synth-heavy soul brilliance of Stikki Stuff's "School" and the pre-Lover's Rock, reggae-influenced electrofunk smoothness of Cruzial's "Send Me Your Love", to the killer slap bass of The Breakfast Band's club-rocker "Funksters" and the sparkling boogie badness of "Keep On Searching For Love" by Scratch (Gonzalez).
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