in 2001

in 2001

10 The New Mastersounds - Coffee Providers (feat. The Haggis Horns) [ONE NOTE RECORDS]

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Download: http://ks.kud.li/onrdd018 Subscribe: http://sb.kud.li/newmastersounds Official stream from ONE NOTE RECORDS. Distributed by Kudos Records. On iTunes: http://it.kud.li/onrdd018 On Amazon: http://az.kud.li/onrdd018 More music playlists: http://pl.kud.li/newmastersounds Album: Keb Darge Presents: The New Mastersounds [ALBUM] Track: 10 of 14 Title: Coffee Providers Artist: The New Mastersounds (feat. The Haggis Horns) Label: ONE NOTE RECORDS Cat#: ONRDD018 Formats: Digital Digital Release: 6th July 2015 About This Release: Originally released in 2001 by BBE, this was the first full-length album from The New Mastersounds, a band that subsequently went on to make nine more, and to build a hefty live following all over the USA and Japan. With heavyweight international DJ's such as Kenny Dope, Spinna, Keb Darge, Pete Rock, DJ Shadow, Snowboy & Adrian Gibson shouting about the release, bolstered by a crossover into the dance scene with "Nervous" (their homage to Masters At Work's "The Nervous Track") along with an unexpected arrangement of the 'Theme from James Bond' (move over PropellerHeads, this is the next opening sequence!), the interest generated on this album was huge. 14 tracks of hard-hitting brilliance. Most of the tracks feature the UK's most dynamic brass section The Haggis Horns, whose members went on to tour with Mark Ronson, Amy Winehouse, Jamiroquai, and later to form their own band which has released several highly acclaimed disco-funk albums. Founder, band leader, producer & and guitarist Eddie Roberts had been playing and releasing music on the funk & dancefloor jazz scene since the late 80s, so at the time the explosion of his latest project onto the to the DJ and underground club scene came as little surprise. 'People, behold the future of funk' Big Daddy Magazine Reviews for This Release: "14 tracks of hard-hitting funkadelic brilliance" - Yorkshire Evening Post (press) "Just watch the dance-floor ignite..." - Pete Isaac (Jelly Jazz DJ) "If albums truly are for the home then this'll make ironing your smalls in the nude that much more satisfying" - Jason Stirland (Witch's Brew)