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Boomkat Product Review:
Jah Wobble jams on the stems for Eno’s soundtrack to Derek Jarman’s ‘Glitterbug’ in a very hit and miss 1995 album, now packing two new cuts; ’Stravinsky’ and ‘Lockdown’
Perhaps more one for completists than anyone looking for a proper Eno album, ‘Spinner’ features a mix of unscathed and overlaid material, with Wobble leaving some parts as they were, while really over-egging it in a spacey ambient jazz-funk style edging on Red Snapper territory in others.
At its best, there are some genuinely enchanting works to be found in the opiated arabesque ‘Like Organza’, with Wobble’s signature bass sunk under mesmerising synth/organ harmonies, and again in the Muslimgauze-meets-Mad Professor styles of ‘Left It Where It Fell’, but for every one of those there’s a bit of dodgy ‘90s ambient-dub chuff to sidestep.