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Tuesday, 2 June 2009

London Elektricity - Power Ballads

Bit of Soul, Jazz influenced melody ridden Drum "n Bass for yer

This, the third and best of this British collectives albums, which goes far beyond the usual constraints of the gendre.

The vocals are great with the female vocalist, Liane Carroll, (Jazz singer of the year 2005) leading the way.

If you've a love soul and/or Drum and Bass this album will not disappoint.

Track listing in Comments


vita lite said...

1. Out Of This World
2. Power Ballad
3. Remember The Future
4. Strangest Secret In The World
5. I Don't Understand
6. Hanging Rock
7. Will To Love
8. Mustard Song
9. Watching Me Watching You
10. Pussy Galore
11. Vapour Trails
12. Far From The Shadows

Anonymous said...

go on give it ashot, it is greaaaaat.


Anonymous said...

Just came across your blog, i'm really impressed, can't wait for the double shot of soul compilation and Darge's deep funk and maybe Shuggie Otis (check out Sharon Jones & TDK's version of inspiration...). I highly recommend googling The Ambertones doing Wilson Pickett's "99 & a half", one 60's garage tune i've been enjoying everyday for two months now. Right on brother, talk soon. Alex S. Sydney Australia. P.S. Love the babes on scooters, right on!!!

vita lite said...

Comments appreciated

Go for the Shuggie, it's awesome

will check out your reccomendations

take it easy


It takes a minute, you don't have to leave your name, no-ones making money, so do the right thing. Ta

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