Jerseystreet* ‎– Step Into The Light

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Glasgow Underground ‎– GUCD18
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1 How Could I Be Loved
Bass – Ollie CollinsGuitar – Dewa Suwija
6:10
2 Brand New Day
Arranged By – Matt SteeleGuitar – John Kirkham
5:49
3 Secrets & Lies
Guitar – John Kirkham
4:23
4 Cried Me A River
Guitar – John KirkhamKeyboards – Kevin Burke (4)
6:39
5 Disappear
Arranged By – Matt SteeleTrumpet – Ben Storey
3:07
6 Step Into The Light
Backing Vocals – Sonia Issacher
6:11
7 Vaya A Vivir
Flute – Roger Wickham
7:21
8 Now's The Time
Bass, Guitar – Jasoer Wilkinson*
5:23
9 Love Is Blind 5:32
10 How Could I Be Loved (Reprise) 2:42

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  • Barcode (Text): 6 89492 00182 7
  • Matrix / Runout: D7485 GUCD 018 • 1:0 [Nimbus logo]
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L123
  • Mould SID Code: ifpi 2320

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scoundrel

scoundrel

July 19, 2004
edited over 14 years ago

Anyone who thinks that good ol' soul disco has no place in this crazy modern world of ours should give a listen to STEP INTO THE LIGHT, the first album by Jersey Street. It's a wonderful amalgam of disco, soul, and gospel, with some deep house thrown in there for good measure. "How Could I Be Loved" is a perfect example of how soul can be infused with house and not lose the strong points of either. Feel the sultriness of "Secrets and Lies," or, even better, the smoky late-night torch song of "Disappear." "Cried Me A River" is an absolute stunner, deep and full of emotion -- definitely the standout on the album. "Vaya A Vivir" leads us into some Latin house, but the rest of the album stays firmly downtempo. A solid effort.