The JB & Asend* ‎– Let It Go / The Dreamer

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pete.devnull

pete.devnull

December 26, 2016
referencing Let It Go / The Dreamer, 10", Cle, B2B12015

Shame on anybody who rated this less than 10 stars out of 5. Both sides are beyond amazing: "Let It Go" is my personal favorite, played by Gachet back then (prob a dubplate mix if I remember right though) those pitch shifted breaks-as-melody coupled w/ the vocals are next level. "The Dreamer" is also huge, starts off relatively low key but those creepy melodic stabs that hit during the second half of the tune are excellent. Absolutely crucial 94 jungle, tempted to buy about 5 copies while it's still obscenely cheap.
BlueMoonWax

BlueMoonWax

August 26, 2016
referencing Let It Go / The Dreamer, 10", Cle, B2B12015
Dreamer is a real hidden gem here, and available so cheap. Let it go got rinsed at the time but to me, the b-side is so much more deserving. Real quality as per usual from the b2b camp.
DJDIETYSRECORD

DJDIETYSRECORD

April 24, 2014
referencing Let It Go (Edit) / The Dreamer, 10", B2B12015

WOW i love this track , so many memories..less than £1 to buy...WOW
breakbeatscientist

breakbeatscientist

October 8, 2011
edited over 5 years ago
referencing Let It Go / The Dreamer, 10", Cle, B2B12015
'Let It Go' is a lovely slab of uplifting oldskool jungle. Starting off with firing 'Scottie' breaks, 'let it go' vocal samples and gunshots. Then the track truely gets going with a jumping bassline and an energetic, rising and falling synth line before hitting the mellow drop with it's 'Shine your light. On me.... With all your love' diva vocal sample. One of those great early Back 2 Basics records showing that simplicity is often the most effective way of crating a dancefloor smasher.