Big Bud ‎– Connections

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1 Kiki 6:38
2 Soul Sista 6:38
3 Millennium (Utah Jazz Remix)
Remix – Utah Jazz
6:23
4 Want You So Bad 6:37
5 Kupus U Uglu 6:15
6 Diggit
Featuring – Furney
6:15
7 White Widow 6:35
8 Fumbledub 6:46
9 Ostinato 6:16
10 Kimooki Dub 4:09
11 Guiding Star
Featuring – Mike Romeo*
4:39

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Credits

  • Photography ByYanne Golev
  • ProducerBig Bud (tracks: 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11), Furney (tracks: 6)
  • Written-ByBig Bud (tracks: 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11), Furney (tracks: 6)

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  • Barcode: 5 055317 202048

Other Versions (2 of 2) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
FILMLP004 Big Bud Connections(3xLP, Album) Sound Trax FILMLP004 UK 2009 Sell This Version
FILMLP004 Big Bud Connections(3x12", Album, TP) Sound Trax FILMLP004 UK 2009 Sell This Version

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SewnShutEyes

SewnShutEyes

March 14, 2010

I have to say I really admire early Big Bud's work. I've bought 'White Widow' / 'Forever' single and considered it above good so I've decided to buy 'Connections' (I'd probably buy it anyway).

I had listened to it several times and I have a hard time with this one. It's a very good release which makes it even harder - because it's 'only' very good.

Big Bud's GLR releases are amazing and I often find a moment that they are the ones that suit my mood perfectly. Going back to Connections - everything is here, top production quality, great samples and timing. The tunes are also very catchy, listening experience is easy so you'll find a lot of people that are not much into d'n'b and still like 'Connections'.

What it misses is the magical feeling I've found on 'Infinity+Infinity' and 'Late Night Blues'. With tunes like 'Darker Than Blue', 'Soulfood' and 'Persian Blues' Big Bud was able to place me directly inside some nonexisting oriental lands far away, delivering a unique experience that made him one of those 'one of a kind' producers. I just can't find it here, although I've really wanted to.

If it would be someone else I'd probably listen to the album often and consider it a really good backround rolling release, but when it comes to Big Bud it's a dissapointment. Please keep in mind that it's very subjective opinion and it can be a good addition to many collections.