|2.||"My Way, Your Way" (3:49)|
|3.||"Easy Going" (4:04)|
|2.||"In The Mood For A Walk" (6:05)|
|3.||"Sunday Dawn" (9:30)|
Serious jazz-funk collectors have long known about the stargazing charms of Senora's self-titled 1981 debut album, with copies of the rare German album changing hands for serious sums of money online. Happily, Growing Bin has decided to reissue it, allowing a whole new generation to discover its eccentric but hugely entertaining charms. Across the album's ten tracks you'd find sparkling, synthesizer-heavy jazz-funk dancefloor workouts, samba-infused summer shufflers, heart-aching piano jazz pieces, slick and sensual laidback groovers and - in the case of the obscure band's signature tune, "Senora" - wild and thrilling jazz-rock heaviness. In other words, it's an overlooked classic that's well worth a place in your record collection.
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