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|1.||"Solar Funk" (4:55)|
|2.||"Only You Baby" (4:59)|
|3.||"The Do" (5:32)|
|1.||"The Truth" (5:12)|
|2.||"Concrete Soul" (4:58)|
|3.||"Bass Boy" (4:38)|
|2.||"Got To Dance" (5:21)|
|3.||"Let It Be Me" (4:16)|
|2.||"The Music" (3:40)|
|3.||"We Do It" (5:40)|
Given that John Devecchis AKA The Owl decided to call his long-promised debut album Concrete Funk, you'd probably expect something heavy, grey and angular. Yet the music contained within - a mixture of loopy, gently beefed-up revisions and straight re-edits of killer funk, soul, disco and boogie jams - is anything but grey and dull. It's every bit as colourful as his previous EPs, with the many highlights including the bumpin' 'Solar Funk', the squelchy brilliance of Steve Monite re-rub 'Only You Baby', the synth-heavy, Italo-style throb-job 'The Truth', and the soaring, string-drenched disco release of 'Knuckles'. With 12 killer cuts strewn across two slabs of wax, it's a value-for-money collection that contains more high-grade edits than you can shake a proverbial stick at.
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