SHDW002 arrives with a pumping kick and a gorgeous guitar loop. As the filter opens, the landscape widens â€“ laidback percussion, then soothing strings, before a powerful hit of bass and vocals, and weâ€™re off. Two Tailâ€™s â€˜Willie Has A Hunchâ€™, grooves along blissfully, before a spoken word sample comes to twist the meaning and flip the mood. â€˜Youâ€™ve Got Meâ€™, is an appropriate title for a Harry Parsons track where a percussive groove, staccato horns, and those handclaps grip the listener and never relinquish control the result being a thoroughly enjoyable 6 minutes of communal dancefloor goodness.
Tribal percussion ushers in Side B, as Alex Wooley begins to build â€˜Walkinâ€™ Awayâ€™ around a yearning and disheartened vocal sample. Despite the free-flowing instrumentation, the vocals maintain a subtle air of melancholy, which anchor this track in raw, remorseful emotion. Mr Lover Lover concludes proceedings with a confident swagger. â€˜I Would (Like To Get To Know)â€™ flips Brandyâ€™s â€˜I Wanna Be Downâ€™ into an enticing dancefloor shaker - the perfect closer.1 Track 1
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