Black Jazz Consortium ‎– Structure

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Soul People Music ‎– SPMCD 002
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All tracks are written and produced for Soul People Music A.S.C.A.P. 2009.

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
none Black Jazz Consortium Structure(CDr, Album) Soul People Music none US 2009 Sell This Version
PCD-93649 Black Jazz Consortium Structure(CD, Album) P-Vine Records PCD-93649 Japan 2013 Sell This Version
SPMCD 002 Black Jazz Consortium Structure(11xFile, MP3, Album, 320) Soul People Music SPMCD 002 US 2010

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alex.sheaf9

alex.sheaf9

October 8, 2014
the tittle on this is magic - a heads down rolling psychedelic tribal beat which evolves when lush pads come from within changing the mood altogether - the perfect early morning track
Shaneski75

Shaneski75

December 6, 2013
What an absolutley incredible album - from a selectas point of view Tribal Dance needs a vinyl release cos thats straight track attack ! Been spinning this album on the regular just lately, when i get home from work it really eases the pressures of day to day grind - thank heavens for uncle Fred :) much respect outta Australia peace and love.
eastek

eastek

January 22, 2011
everlasting beauty
true sounds of life )
DJ_Eugene_K

DJ_Eugene_K

May 8, 2009

I first heard of Black Jazz Consortium from the quad-LP 'Unity Kolabo' by Jus-Ed. He had a sick track called 'Other Music' as his Fred P. alias. 'Structure' doesn't disappoint as a deep house album. In fact, this one is far beyond any other deep house album outside of FXHE, Underground Quality, Drumpoet Community, et al. My standout tracks are "Deep Love", "Teapot Science", "Tribal Dance" and "What's Up With The Love". It's deep, minimal, bassy and it marks the next direction for deep house music: a real thinker's genre instead of overzealous divas, dissonant and superfluous brass instruments and an overabundance of bongos. Forget establishing with the old roots of house with 'Structure', as this one establishes new ones. Great to spin when it's late night and you wanna do the wind down. Sick, sick, sick. Now someone get Fred Peterkin to release this guy on vinyl.