One of the coolest projects we've heard from Jimi Tenor in a while – and a set that's a really great sideways-step from some of his other recent music! There's still elements of the spiritual jazz currents that Jimi's been exploring for the past decade or so, but the group's also leaner, and has a sharper electric quality too – bits of fuzz and distortion that sound especially great when things get funky – which turns out to be a fair bit of the time! The trio features heavy drums from Joonas Riippa, who's often setting a tone followed by Kalle Kalima's fuzzy guitar – while Jimi adds in loads of cool extra elements on a range of keyboards, saxes, and flute – plus some occasional vocals. Some elements are quite acoustic and organic, while others have a spacey moogy vibe – and there's a focused energy here that almost distills all of Tenor's musical ideas of the past decade or two, and finds a whole new way forward. Titles include "Can We Yes", "Go Go Go", "Blind", "Sakura", "Hymn To The Sun God", "The Missing Page 1964", and "100 Ufoa Suomesta". CD
1999 ... LP Virgin (France), 1999. Used 2LP Gatefold ...
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Nouveau French house from Zdar and Boom Bass, aka La Funk Mob, in the mode of Super Discount or any of the Yellow Productions disco sample material. Includes 'Feeling For You", "Crazy Legs", 'Foxxy", "Planetz", "Mister Eveready", "Club Soixante Quinze" and "Supa Crush". 16 tracks in all. LP, Vinyl record album