Monday, August 21, 2017

Down To The Bone – Staten Island Groove (Internal Bass)

Originally released back in 1995 on a limited pressed 12″ then included on their ‘From Manhattan To Staten Island – The Album’ debut-LP release the year after, this oustanding jam keeps on rollin’ just the way it did back in the day, sounding like a travelling in some deep and jazzy territories, built over an infectious funk guitar driven part with aerial synth parts comin’ under the form of successive waves around lush vibe and key parts.
Seeming like an evidence at first listen because of its undeniable fluidity, although built on a complex architecture, with the surprising thing being that his mastermind – Stuart Wade – who doesn’t play any instruments, hum the tunes into a dictaphone before they get recorded by his pals…
Another particular thing regarding this band is the fact that, reffering to their website, they operate in 2 different line-ups with the original one based in the UK and the other Stateside…

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