Crazy Beat - Various - Jitterbug Jivers Vol.2
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Review: This is an excellent little Bitches Brew retrospective from label boss, DJ, promoter and producer extraordinaire Cosmo. Starting with the electronic soul elegy of Chi aka Cosmo's "Mistaken" branded by the distinctive vox of her long time muse Billie Godfrey, your ears are treated to Bambu's instrumental of their timeless Sergio Mendes cover and Jimpster's Rhodes heavy house rerub.
Review: Veteran Ninja Tune artist Bonobo has been putting out seriously decent tunes pretty much since the birth of the highly regarded Late Night Tales compilation. It's amazing that they haven't crossed paths before, but with the release of this 33rd entry into the series, the time has finally come for Green to take us on his own nocturnal mission.
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Oct 05, · Provided to YouTube by Parlophone UK Crazy Beat · Blur Think Tank ℗ Parlophone Records Ltd, a Warner Music Group Company Bass Guitar: Alex James Enginee.
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Jul 31, · His 3rd album "Beat Crazy" would be the first to see Jackson start to move in different directions which would be a foreshadowing of what he would do for the rest of his career. Along with his patented new wave / punk style, on "Beat Crazy" Joe would introduce elements of reggae, beat music, jazz and some swing to the mix/5(33).