Jazz and Milk is now officially THE reliable home of great soul, funk, jazz and Afrolatin breaks and I’m glad to report they are they are back with another welcome compilation full of dancefloor winners for those more groove-enlightened dance floors
The album kicks off with the Envee rework of Pinnawela’s feel good vocal jazz dancer ‘You Can Dance’ before ducking into label boss Dusty’s beat heavy Afro rework of The Boogoo’s ‘The Journey/Ghana 74′ a dancefloor winner for sure. Dusty also throws in ‘Voodoo’ a funky beat excursion from his acclaimed debut album, because he’s nice like that.
Respected Panamanian percussionist Cesar Granados supplies an epic, super caliente version of Dizzy Gillespie’s classic ‘Manteca’, a Latin jazz monster to challenge the best salseros and Barcelona crew The Jivers supply some lively mid-tempo vocal jazz beats.
One of my favourite party rocking djs, Saffrolla, contributes ‘El Massivo’ a flamenco and jazz flavoured party winner replete with some crazy gitano wailings over the top and Javi P3Z closes this excellent compilation with the great jazz rumba beats of ‘De Rhumba’.
Yet another great feel good selection from Jazz and Milk full of soul, jazz, funk and Afrolatin flavoured beats and pieces ideal for livening up even the stiffest of parties.
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