This is great man, you always come out with these obscrue but amazing jazzy tracks. Is there an album of this stuff you could recommend?
Thats from the Soul of Science LP - Vol. 2 compiled by Ian O'Brien and Kirk Degorgio - but most of the stuff on it is pretty obscure synth based experiments.
To be honest, i've hunted down many CD's and just compiled the stuff i like - theres very few Lp's that i like track for track so i compiled this directory of stuff that appeals to my rather rather anally opinionated view.
The rest of it i've sadly had to hunt on Mp3.
After i fell out of the tedium of 4/4 techno and mosty boring electronica (and given the use of PC's to create music - theres a lot of crap out there) i fell in love with real live loose intrumentation and the superb production of Jazz and Funk the 70's (which beats the shit outta much of todays music).
And thats where i am now.....just picking off these rare gems*
that blow me away.
*Corrida - Scat Firework. Now normally i hate Scat, but this shit is funky as hell and most importantly IMO - drives throught some lovely chords).
Oh....Yeah man....I'm feeling that, esp. that bass and chord change from 4.00 onwards to fade.
Nice taste Cal.
That Honey Bee track has been sampled b4....Jungle Brothers or Xclan (it might be both actually)
I can't recall the track names.
I'm sure the X-clan used it on some spoken word intro or something from their first LP (SISSYYYYYYY!)