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His influences musically, have always been referenced in his music, so the elegant ambience of 70's Jazz-fusion, were detectable in early hits such as "Horizons". And although his "Logical Progression" & "Progression Sessions" albums, veer more towards hypnotic Jungle/Breakbeat. This particular album largely forgoes club-friendly breaks, in favour of a Jazz inflicted sound, that is in partial reference to heroes & Jazz pioneers, 'Roy Ayers' to 'Pharoah Sanders'.Read more ›
For the rest...the biggest give away here is the picture of LTJ Bukem with Juan Atkins, on the inside cover. Juan is an obvious influence on this album, which accounts for it's jazzy-funky-techno sound, in addition to Good Looking's trade-mark "intelligent" sound.
What I find is a good mix of tunes, some boardering on Maxwell meets Roni Size, with the trippy sweeping keyboard sounds and amen choruses we've come to expect from this label. This is a great album. It's not likely to disappoint. It's well thought out, well produced, and well arranged.
I've got most of this stuff on vinyl already, but had no hesitation buying this cd. Well worth the cost of admission.
Also, check out the Big Bud CD on the same label.
These guys are the future of drum n' bass.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I bought this cd as a gift for my mother. She absolutely loves it!!Published 2 months ago by Jada-Koran Little
Great great cd! Always a fan! Bought this cd 5 yrs ago and lost it!! Got a used version and was like I bought it brand new! Very happy!Published 19 months ago by Meagan Hughes
This is a great album. Chill, jazzy, trippy. I listen if I want to shake up the dance floor with company. Or chill at home. This guy is a genius. LOVE IT!!!Published on November 28, 2013 by mister sweet sugar
I love LTJ his hits are just what ive been looking for the beats the way it just takes over youPublished on January 8, 2013 by Jeffrey Adumuah Parker
I love dark grinding end of the world jungle. but this, this is as another reviewer said, high life, champagne flowing, overlooking some dope city scape. Read morePublished on April 26, 2012 by Jared Jennings
Even though I've never been a hard core D & B (jungle) fan I've loved Bukem's work ever since I first bought Logical Progression. Read morePublished on July 16, 2010 by D. Fuselier
Drum and Bass or Techno are the kinds of music I stay away from. Consistent and regular beat really turns me off and it has been this way forever. Read morePublished on November 5, 2009 by Deven Gadula
What else can I add to the previous reviews already created by others. This 2 discs cd is rare gem!!! I really wonder what goes on in Ltj mind while he is creating beats. Read morePublished on August 30, 2009 by Obijay
This two disc is simply fantastic! I find most electronic dull, repetative, and musically unrefined. This is one of the rare exceptions. Read morePublished on July 29, 2009 by txsouthpaw