Jordan Fields Presents Moments In Dub (Mo’ Wax MWR 155LP) (2002)

Electronical disco/house album driving down a similar freeway to the one Etienne d’Crecy frequents. The kick counts four, handclaps on the even numbers, mellow synths and soul-y vocal samples wash over to pleasing, almost poingnant effect. At time of issue I’m guessing it was played in Next stores, but not Gap (on one hand) or Urban Outfitters (on the other); you know, hip enough, but not so hip it hurts.

Though thrifted by me two weeks ago in Folkestone, someone once paid the bargain basement price of £2.99 for this at the late lamented Richards Records (in Ashford or Canterbury).

Published in: on July 12, 2011 at 7:23 pm  Leave a Comment  

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