Jaffa ‎– Elevator

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1 Elevator
Guitar – Jordan Officer
4:58
2 Be Nude, Baby
Guitar – Jordan OfficerVocals – Lamine Diabaté
4:56
3 Sneakin' 5:46
4 Bklyn Bobbi 3:52
5 Star 67
Voice [Phone Conversation] – Gabriel Kakon
6:02
6 Interlude 3:43
7 Legz 4:04
8 Lazywalker 4:34
9 Sneakin' (Vocal)
Vocals – J. Zehavi (Miss B.)*
6:21
10 Elevator (Fila Brazillia Remix)
Drums – Matt SwindellsRemix – Fila Brazillia
4:58
11 Elevator (Herbaliser Remix)
Remix – Herbaliser*
5:01
12 Untitled 0:05

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Notes

Recorded at "Lola's Paradise" Studios.
Mixed at Dune Studios.
Mastered at Masterpiece UK.
Distribution by Fusion III.
Made in Canada.

Track 12 is unlisted.

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Track 3, Sneakin', is a remake of Tom Scott's 1974 song, Sneakin' In The Back.

Track 4, Bklyn Bobbi, is a remake of Bobbi Humprey's 1974 song, Blacks And Blues.

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  • Barcode: 0 68944 65672 1

Other Versions (5 of 6) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
SD 060, sd060, SD060 Jaffa Elevator(CD, Album) Stereo Deluxe, Stereo Deluxe, Stereo Deluxe SD 060, sd060, SD060 Germany 2000 Sell This Version
none, 23110205 Jaffa Elevator(CD, Album) Stereo Deluxe, Одиссей none, 23110205 Ukraine 2002 Sell This Version
sd060-1 Jaffa Elevator(2xLP, Album) Stereo Deluxe sd060-1 UK 2000 Sell This Version
ПРЗ CD4419 Jaffa Elevator(CD, Album) Правительство Звука ПРЗ CD4419 Russia 2002 Sell This Version
NUDELP 001 Jaffa Elevator(3xLP, W/Lbl) Nude Recordings NUDELP 001 Canada 2000 Sell This Version

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scoundrel

scoundrel

July 18, 2004
edited over 14 years ago

Jaffa delivers some beautifully summery downtempo on his debut ELEVATOR with an unmistakeable funk running throughout. The title track, "Elevator," is so deliciously jazzy that it encourages you to kick back and sip a mint julep. It's got an organ line hat builds and builds into a wonderful frenzy. "Sneakin'" in its vocal incarnation, is a reimagining of Billie Holiday's "The Child"; as an instrumental, it's a smoky, late night session. Even the phone-call-gone-wrong track, "Star 67," has a glistening breakdown in the middle of its mysterious conversation. "Legz" goes for more Hammond organ funk. The remixes of "Elevator" by Fila Brazillia and Herbaliser both maintain the mellow vibe, but approach the melody in different ways. A marvelous album.