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The term dust my broom's rooted in the blues music of Robert Johnson. In the figurative sense, among other, this term means to 'make a clean sweep' and as such indicates the beginning of something new it's an appropriate title far the second album by Boozoo Bajou, two Nuremberg based producers Peter Heider and Florian Seyberth who have joined the !K7 record family after years of collaboration with German independent label Stereo Deluxe. It's also an appropriate term for a group that takes a huge amount of inspiration from the diverse musical landscape of the deep-south Bayou culture form blues to country to soul. 2005.

1. Keep Going (feat. Tony Joe White)
2. Take It Slow (feat. Joe Dukie & U-Brown)
3. Killer (feat. Top Cat)
4. Nine Below Zero
5. Way Down (feat. Ben Weaver)
6. Biwak
7. Blast
8. Moanin' (feat. Wayne Martin)
9. S.I.P.
10. Treat Me (feat. Willie Hutch)
11. Barkensignal

Product Details

  • Audio CD (August 23, 2005)
  • Original Release Date: January 1, 2005
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: !K7
  • ASIN: B0009JK1C4
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #206,724 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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BOOZOO BAJOU

Summer 2001: On the Nuremberg based Downbeat/Lounge/Nu Jazz Label STEREO DELUXE the group BOOZOO BAJOU release their debut album “SATTA”. Since 1997, the duo Peter Heider and Florian Seyberth caught the eye of DJs and hipsters through the release of three twelve inch records (“Night over Manaus”, “Under my Sensi” ... Read more in Amazon's Boozoo Bajou Store

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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By B. B. Smith on August 29, 2005
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
How do Europeans manage to absorb the musical idioms of the US and project them back at us so accurately, and in such an artfully distilled fashion? It's like Dr. John's "Gris-Gris" channeled through the very best of Martin Denny's lounge music, then launched into the future. Like movies, music can suffer from their special effects. Not the case here. Very, very cool stuff. "Take it Slow" is a great, great song; so is "Treat Me." For the moment, at least, this is the music of my life.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By D. Lee on October 4, 2005
Format: Audio CD
Even though Boozoo Bajou's "Satta" is without a doubt a classic in its own right, their very impressive follow up "Dust My Broom" catapults this German duo into a whole nother hemisphere...after repeat listens one can't help but get the feelin' that he (or she) is in some steamy, bayou jook joint on a hot summer night! "Dust My Broom" is a combination of down home blues mixed with serious funk, dashed with sizzlin' reggae, soul and electronica to make it all STANK!!! "Satta" was excellent, but with the addition of vocals from Top Cat, Ben Weaver and the legendary Willie Hutch on "Dust My Broom", Boozoo Bajou has matured its sound and possibly reached an audience they didn't reach the first go round. If my mama can dig these guys, anybody can!!! Highly recommended!!!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By 4RillaGorilla on January 13, 2007
Format: Audio CD
3.5 stars. There are some very nice tracks on Dust My Broom. There are some grooved-out tracks that would feel at home on Satta, Boozoo's previous album that was characterized by chill, funky, instrumental, swamp mood music. And there are some nice tracks with guest vocalists that go in slightly different directions. But this follow-up album feels like too many other follow-up albums to me. It seems like these artists get some spotlight from superb debut albums, and then use that success to hire a bunch of guest stars for their next, in an effort to make something more "grand." But instead of improving on the originals, these sophomore attempts feel like disparate pieces thrown together in a manner that to a great extent abandons the elements that made the artists successful in the first place. This is a good album, but feels a bit artificially varied, and could never put you in the awed and ecstatic trance that Satta can.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By nicjaytee on February 24, 2007
Format: Audio CD
Boozoo Bajou aren't your normal, run of the mill electronica/dance outfit... they're somewhere else. Quite where can be difficult to fathom out at times but don't let that put you off because "Dust My Broom" like "Boozoo Bajou Remixes" is a clever and hugely addictive album. Soaked in driving beats, wonderful reggae & dub overlays and some ridiculously atmospheric, heavily reverbed guitar riffs, it's like Kruder & Dorfmeister meet Dr John and King Tubby with a bit of Luther Vandross thrown in for good measure. Sounds odd... well it is - check out "Keep Going", "Blast", "Killer", "Take it Slow" & "Treat Me" to see what you're in for - but then that's what makes it so good.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Sebastian Hilpo on October 20, 2005
Format: Audio CD
I hadn't really paid attention to these guys until Six Degrees Records co-founder Bob Duskis mentioned them as one of his favourite groups in his weekly Traveler internet show ([...]). I liked the track he played in the show so I bought the album and found out that I enjoy it very much. Straight from the beginning till the very end it's pure entertainment, conscious and fun. If you can't enjoy this alone invite some friends (boys and girls) and put this on to work it's magic.

Love songs in this cd are so beautiful and honest that you cannot help singing along (Joe Dukie on "Take It Slow" is one of my favourite male singers today and doesn't fail to excel with the rasta U-Brown and Willie Hutch on "Treat Me" is doing a gorgeous job with female backups). Dancehall party burner anthem "Killer" with MC Top Cat is so cool and catchy that it's sure to move many sexy bodies on global dancefloors. "Way Down" is a deliciously creepy tune with cool spoken word by Ben Weaver, who says things like "You'll never find a religion . in a perfectly clean soul" and other cool stuff. But most of all it's the FEELING that's all over this album you know...A very nice one with a lot of street credibility and that's not really so easy to create.

Biggups to the producers Peter and Florian and their collaborators, and to the whole !K7 crew. One of the best downtempo releases for me in 2005 (and as a DJ I've heard a few).
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Jon Coats on September 30, 2005
Format: Audio CD
while i really enjoy this cd, satta, their 1st was a lot to live up to. vocal tracks detract from some of the more intimate moments in the music. the dub numbers here without vocals shine through esp 9 degrees below zero. this is well worth the price but make sure that you own satta. now if we could only get them to tour ( non dj gigs).
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