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Product Details

  • Audio CD (November 11, 2009)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: David Harrow
  • ASIN: B00004THY4
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #672,318 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By D. Lee on December 10, 2003
Format: Audio CD
So you thought James Hardway was only into jazzy D&B, huh? Naah, this cat can do it all as evidenced on "Moors and Christians". Ole James is just as skilled at performing dub and reggae as he is at electronica. At first, I was thrown off by the sound of "Moors and Christians" because I was used to the frenetic and infectious D&B of "Easy is a Four Letter Word", "Deeper, Wider, Smoother $#!^" and "A Positive Sweat". But in the end, I grew to like it and appreciated James Hardway for showing his fans that he's good at Carribean/Afro Rhythms too. So, if you're a James Hardway fan like I am, get "Moors and Christians"...play it a few times (on a good sound system, of course)...and open your mind to a whole new experience and sound from him! Besides you can't expect the man to come out sounding the same all the time, can you?
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By ben mitchell on April 8, 2002
Format: Audio CD
Deftly combining electronica with rootsy vibes and interesting vocals Hardway has hit the jackpot with this perfect surprise of an album.Lucky this work has an unusual cover or it may have slipped past into the don't know don't care basket.Apart from the track "Snipers" this took me on a journey through Afro cuban dance via London and Jamaica that I was more than happy to go on.If you enjoy the work of Faze Action or Francesco Mora Catlett this will please your ear.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By scoundrel on February 24, 2011
Format: Audio CD
Quite the change -- James Hardway's fourth album, Moors and Christians, completely abandons the jazz drum `n' bass that were the basis of his earlier albums and instead explores some world-beat infused downtempo. "Wari Wah," for example, almost sounds like some of Frederic Galliano's African works, while "Los Locos Inglis" has some speedy Latin jazz. Not all of the tracks are winners, however: "Crystal Ball" is dub that doesn't quite sound right; for a better dub track, check out the darkly humorous "Snipers," instead. Hardway also embraces more vocals too: witness the contrapuntal falsetto and tenor on "Choco Blanco" or the happy-go-lucky sier on "Sunshine Moonshine." An interesting change of direction from a varied and talented artist.
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Admittedly this is my first foray into the world of 'James Hardway', and had I sampled his innovative fusion of Jazz-House, Afro-Beat, and lounge jazz, Investigations regarding his music would have been made far sooner. The lush Afro-cuban opening "Wari Wah" is a fantastically peculiar start with luscious organ and vibrant percussion and a Afro-soul vocal that feels generally innovative. "Los Locos Inglis" is a superb instrumental track that recalls the live percussion of tribalist beats with offbeat bass, and atmospheric sampling, this makes for an interesting diversion and has the double effect of being a most welcome break from the majority of vocal tracks featured here.
"Moving on" tackles a remarkable fusion of unrelated styles, by bringing in bassists & Drummers that produce an almost percussionist Cuban groove, that exudes a slow almost organic feel, and mixes things up by having a female ragga vocalist "Lisa Dainjah" who expertly toasts over the top, it's a slightly unusual sound, that's for sure, but it unquestionably works and deserves to be singled out as one of a great many highlights on this album. In fact, if more people were willing to take these creative chances, then complaints of no real innovation or boundary pushing in music, would be a moot point.
James Hardways pervious albums had an element that touched upon intelligent drum'n'bass and breakbeat, and it's with a little disappointment that this album features little in the way of experimentive breakbeats that sporadically featured in previous releases, and having listened to an mp3 of one of these aforementioned tracks, it is a shame that this wasn't continued for this release.
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