A brace of some of the best recent grooves from London's legendary BBE Records – including some previously unreleased numbers from their Roy Ayers remix project! The collection's going to cost you a heck of a lot less than tracking down all these tracks on vinyl – especially since a good number of them are now out of print on wax – and together, the tunes do a great job of showing the evolving sense of soul and spirit at BBE in the 21st Century – a great illustration of why they're one of the best outlets we know for contemporary club, hip hop, and more! Previously unissued titles include "Brand New Feeling (Fanatix mix)", "Liquid Love (Phlash edit)", "Holiday (Dope pass)", and "I Am Your Mind (Aaron Jerome mix)" by Roy Ayers; "Heavenly (Yam Who mix)" and "New Orleans Under Attack" by Ski Oakenfull, and "1st Magic Groove (Shur I Kan rmx)" by D'Nell. Other tracks include "Mary Jane (Psapp rmx)" by Shawn Lee, and "Searching (Yoruba soul mix)", "Come To Me (Franck Roger main mix)", and "Sugar (Negro dub)" all by Roy Ayers. At more than 50% Roy Ayers, there's one more reason to buy this CD! © 1996-2015, Dusty Groove, Inc.
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