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Infectious from the initial bass drop/sax intro... This soulful groove starts to seep pass the surface and into a part of you that is overlooked, that part that wants to hear something authentic, lyrics with a little thought behind them, coherent from start to finish, and with no mention of consumerism. BluRum13 is on-point and drops a new recording style, doubling his vocals with two, maybe three different voices, giving the track an omnipotent, other-worldly texture which he uses to wake the masses out of their hypnotic trance of Big Brother-like dependency... Luke Vibert's Acid Funk Soul provides the perfect bump for Blu's voice to ride into the hook "We don't need no more of that treatment..." The chorus melodically reminds us that we are the cure.
Yes indeed; New Orleans finest on top form!
Ever since Mr.Scott made such an impact with Marcus Miller's 'Tutu Revisited' project he has been on my radar. 'Christian a Tunde Adjuah' was a fine album but this is spectacular with Congo Square at its heart,I think...it has so many ideas and references that it is unclassifiable other than essential.
Miles Davis used to append the monogram 'New Directions In Music' to his Columbia albums...the same applies here.