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Too Slow To Disco Neo Presents The Sunset Manifesto

CD (Item 987709) How Do You Are, 2020 — Condition: Used
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A great entry in this excellent and long-running series – one that's given us some sublime mellow soul and AOR work from the late 70s onward – including some fantastic sounds from around the globe! This volume follows on that work, but goes it one further – as all the tracks here are exclusive to the set – pulled together by the label, and appearing here for the first time ever – to showcase the growing contemporary underground for music like this, as you might guess from the "neo" in the title! We'd only heard a few of these artists before – and while the grooves might be a bit more instrumental than some of the other volumes, the spirit is definitely the same – laidback and sunny, with a nice undercurrent of soul. Titles include "Love Breaks Down (ext dancefloor edit)" by Prep, "Is It True" by Glamour Hammer with Toni Sauna, "I Feel High (vibes4yoursoul rmx)" by Poolside, "Do Beijo (ext version)" by Yuksek, "Hotel Sorriso" by Kraak & Smaak, "Think About It (Jack Tennis 80s disco dub rmx)" by Satin Jackets, "Mistakes" by Final DJs, "Windsurf" by Kimchi, "At Any Moment (DoctorSoul need to survive dub retherapy)" by Luxxury, and "Imagination" by Knight One.  © 1996-2021, Dusty Groove, Inc.

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