Juryman ‎– Escape To Where

SSR Records ‎– SSR 235, SSR Records ‎– SSR235, Crammed Discs ‎– SSR 235, Crammed Discs ‎– SSR235
CD, Album

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Intro 1:49
2 Overstretchin 4:34
3 Seasoned Waltz 5:26
4 Belle's Poem
Vocals – CibelleWritten-By – Cibelle, Simmonds*
5 The Tower 1:11
6 Mind Calypso 4:30
7 The Rollercoaster 5:34
8 Eastern Receiver 4:50
9 Tin Soldier
Vocals – Stretcher (2)Written-By – Simmonds*, Anniky*, Sweetman (2)
10 D.B's Dance
Producer [Additional] – Luke Gordon
11 My Time Five 4:15
12 The Jailor 5:57
13 Inside Steppin 3:43
14 Subway 2:05
15 Escape To Where 7:51

Companies, etc.



Issued in a 6-panel Digipak.

Recorded in New York, Brighton, Sapporo, Tokyo. Mixed at Ocean Hillz.

(p) 2002 SSR/Crammed Discs
(c) 2002 SSR/Crammed Discs
Made in the E.U.

All songs published by Les Editions de la Bascule / Strictly Confidential except track 9 by Les Editions de la Bascule / Strictly Confidential / Copyright Control.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 5 410377 001374
  • Barcode (Scanned): 5410377001374
  • Matrix / Runout: Sony DADC A0100421182-0101 11 A0
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L551
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 1): IFPI 94K5
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 2): IFPI 94Z3
  • Rights Society: SABAM/BIEM
  • Rights Society: GEMA
  • Label Code: LC08689
  • Other (Distribution Code): WAG329

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
SSR 235 Juryman Escape To Where(2xLP, Album) SSR Records SSR 235 Belgium 2002 Sell This Version



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July 28, 2013

Juryman returns for another round of downtempo jazz with "Escape to Where," and after the sax intro, he gets down to the vocal funk with "Overstretchin," while "Seasoned Waltz" brings the 3/4 tempo jazz to full force, replete with horns. If you prefer a more steady 4/4, then the first minute of "Jailor" awaits you. Cibelle, in the meantime, lends her lovely Portuguese vocals to "Belle's Poem." A droll dub vibe takes over "Rollercoaster" and Middle Eastern percussion infiltrates "Eastern Receiver," but "My Time Five" brings in the swinging melody. The samples and found sounds seems much more prevalent, like the paranoid Vietnam-mutterings on "D.B.'s Dance" or the Japanese subway announcements that sift through the title track. This album will certainly aid any escape you're planning to make.