Jazz Juice ‎– Jazz Juice

Precious Material ‎– PM2
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM


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Track B samples:
Vocal from Cappella - Can U Feel It Babe
Synth from Plaid - Slice Of Cheese

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): PM 002 A-01-01 - 1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): PM 002 AA-01-01 - 1


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March 26, 2016
edited over 2 years ago

Jazz Juice is quite simply one of the best drum n bass tracks of all time. The wah guitar stabs coming in an out of focus, steppy beats, and a female vox that only compliments the track and never over powers it. As Swagger said years ago- the Hammond organ workout during the breakdown is just something I've never heard in any track before or since and just sends the listener into sheer bliss. You can't help but perk up when you hear it. If this tune is mixed in a set the listener just gets drawn in. Highly recommend owning this tune, as it works on so many levels mixing with many styles of jungle/drum n bass. The record is also pressed quite nicely and mastered superbly. I know every time i mix it I have to lower the gain because it's so loud!


June 14, 2014

Given how much a lot of the Bukem stuff is going for on discogs, I'm amazed this isn't a rarity. Jazz Juice, what a tune!!


August 26, 2007
edited over 11 years ago

Two excellent tunes that I discovered through a tape by DJ Andre from the Midlands in the mid 90s.

Move Your Body is a simple tune with a catchy vocal sample (Give it up and move your body) and some nice musical touches.

Jazz Juice has to be one of my all time favourite tunes. A beautiful tune which features a 'Far Away' style wah wah guitar sample, gorgeus pads and a cut up diva vocal sample. This tune is also noteworthy for a mad interlude in the middle featuring a Hammond organ workout. I heard this sample in a new tune at The End recently and it certainly twisted a few heads! A stunningly beautiful piece of work.