The second funky set by Shawn Lee for Ubiquity – and even more ambitious than the first! The sound here is really expansive – much more in a 70s soundtrack/
sound library vein than Lee's first go-round – and done in a style that mixes together harder funky rhythms with larger passages of instrumentation that have a broad, bold, sweeping sort of sound. Heavy drums and fuzzed-out guitars meet with soaring strings, brass
y horns, and a great range of instrumentation that really helps change up the mood of the set – hard-grooving in a blacksploitation mode one minute, then rolling into Latin jazz, Bollywood
funk, or electric breaks the next. As with Lee's classic drum break albums, there's a great mix of crackling hard drums and jazzy riffs on the set – and no matter what the flavor of the tune, the whole set's plenty funky throughout! All instrumental, and with tracks that include "60s Swinger", "Lou's Place", "The Noose", "Windy City", "Cha Love", "Indian Summer", "Prog Punk", "Electric Tit", "Spooky Street", and "Ping Pong Song".