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Boomkat Product Review:
By now you'll probably have a handle on this album after the sampler that dropped a few weeks back, all three tracks on said 12" feature here. Jamie along with his Berlinite friends, Mocky, Tony Buck, Gonzales, Andre Vida, Daniel Raymond Gahn, Taylor Savvy, Jordan Mclean, Scott Saunders and Bill Youngman fuse together perfectly to make this album the joy it is. Of course it's Jamie who handles most of the instrumentation most explicitly on the Prince styled 'A Little Bit More' where his beatbox skills are in full effect. Jamie's soul music heroes are echoed in the harmonics, Al Green, Stevie Wonder, Donny Hathaway all come to mind. Genres hit upon include sixties soul, p-funk boogie, doo-wop pop, nu jazz head scramble (surely 'Newme' will force Jazzanova et al into early retirement) and laid back blues soul in 'Game For Fools' - all with Lidell's 2005 proof unique lyrics that speak out to all us leftfield lifestyle folks. Stevie Wonder needs to hear 'What's The Use', the finest soul track in years to my ears. It's been said before: you'll either completely love or hate this album, although in our humble opinion we all agree that's it's one of the most refreshing albums of the year so far and deserves to be absolutely massive. Completely, wonderfully essential.