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Boomkat Product Review:
In 1960, Robert Drasnin released the (now) exotica classic 'Voodoo', a record which proceeded to be ignored by the mainstream for years until its eventual re-issue on the Dionysus label in the late 90s - when it had become a coveted collectors item. In 2005 Drasnin performed a live show and was overwhelmed by the praise and interest in his work, so the long-standing idea to record 'Voodoo II' was moved to the top of his priorities list, and after much deliberation the sessions were finally booked in and this is the culmination of many, many years of ideas. It's funny too - although these are modern recordings, there's a sense that the album could have been recorded in the mid 60s, not much has changed in Drasnin's world and the exotic funk that drove his early work is still in full force here, destined to win the hearts of bead wearers and crystal worshippers everywhere. Don't for a second think that this is cheesy though, where exotica has accidentally fallen by the wayside and drifted into breakbeat driven tomfoolery, 'Voodoo II' casts black magic on its dying bones and a phoenix rises from the ashes. Sleazy, sultry and hugely enjoyable stuff!