Cobblestone Jazz ‎– The Modern Deep Left Quartet

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Tracklist

1 Chance Dub 7:42
2 Sun Child 7:40
3 Mr Polite 7:01
4 Cromagnon Man 5:03
5 Fiesta 5:52
6 Children 6:09
7 Chance 7:59
8 Midnight Sun 6:23

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Issued in a trifold cardboard sleeve.
Tracks 1 to 7 are segued.

℗ + © !K7 Records

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text - Sticker On Back): 7 30003 72582 1
  • Barcode (Scanned - Sticker On Back): 730003725821
  • Matrix / Runout: 53987329/P_K7258CD 21
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LB47
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 0795
  • Label Code: LC 07306

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!K7CDJ258 Cobblestone Jazz The Modern Deep Left Quartet(CD, Album) Ultra-Vybe !K7CDJ258 Japan 2010 Sell This Version
!K7258CD Cobblestone Jazz The Modern Deep Left Quartet(8xFile, MP3, Album) Studio !K7 !K7258CD Germany 2010
WAG062 Cobblestone Jazz The Modern Deep Left Quartet(2x12", Album) Wagon Repair WAG062 Canada 2010 Sell This Version
!K7258CD Cobblestone Jazz The Modern Deep Left Quartet(CD, Album) Studio !K7 !K7258CD US 2010 Sell This Version
!K7258CD Cobblestone Jazz The Modern Deep Left Quartet(CD, Album, Promo) Studio !K7 !K7258CD Germany 2010 Sell This Version

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scoundrel

scoundrel

September 16, 2011

There might not be any jazz right away here as THE MODERN DEEP LEFT QUARTET, Cobblestone Jazz's second album, kicks off with the solid tech-house of "Chance Dub," but the jazz chords come into full-attention with "Sun Child." "Mr. Polite" is all about the groove, while "Cromagnon Man" goes for funk-house. "Fiesta," despite its name, is relatively sedate house with a strong bass, but "Children" ups the BPMs whilst going more spare in its approach. As solid as this album is, it doesn't have the verve that marked their debut, 23 SECONDS. Sure, the chords on "Chance" are quite nice, but there's not the same sense of surprise or risk taking in combining sounds. Of course, listening to the twisted synths on "Midnight Sun" might throw that contention awry, but I think, as a whole, it holds true. Not that it detracts from the enjoyment of the album as a whole. Just saying...