9 Lazy 9 ‎– The Herb

Label:
Shadow Records ‎– SDW002-2
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CD, Compilation
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Tracklist

1 5 am 5:23
2 Black Jesus 5:01
3 All Aboard 3:05
4 Summer 3:55
5 The Herb 5:12
6 Brothers Of The Red 4:58
7 Take 9 5:47
8 Bad Boy 4:08
9 Not Nice 4:52
10 Electric Lazyland 5:46
11 Checking On You 3:47
12 No. 2 4:44
13 Smoke It Sometime 5:23
14 Rainy Saturday 3:33

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Credits

Notes

Tracks 1-9 are from Paradise Blown album.
Tracks 10-12 are from Electric Lazyland album.
Tracks 13 & 14 are exclusive.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 7 06172 00022 9
  • Matrix / Runout: MANUFACTURED BY KAO OPTICAL PRODUCTS ***AL007358-05*** SDW002-2

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StrangelySatisfying

StrangelySatisfying

July 19, 2012
edited over 5 years ago

I had to post a review. I come back to this little album many times since it was released. The boys really hit all
the grooves perfect here. As Disharmonic stated is pretty much true. Although I have not heard 9 Lazy s other albums or releases
I don't really care! Shadow records was a fabulous but short lived label most on it was great and in this Jazz-Acid Hip hop
downtempo sound. Similar to New Breed Records. Yep it was very short but it turns out to be mostly returnable in a timeless
way, due to the arrangment, the soul put into the samples originally and the chill factor. I don't hear these tracks come up
on the myraid of downtempo itunes stations but that's ok I own the CD. I did hear one track on Mountainchill one time. :D
ANyways.. a rare album with a Herb smoked out vibe. Nightmares on Wax was a giant in this genre but this album
overall is better than any of NOWax's full LPs.
disharmonic

disharmonic

July 13, 2006
edited over 11 years ago

One of the best albums by 9 Lazy 9. This is real Acid Jazz, as we know it these days. This record does not have weak parts, all tracks are well produced. A must have for all downtempo lovers, a legend. I am giving 5 stars.