Kaidi Tatham ‎– The Extrovert City

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2000 Black ‎– 2039BLACK
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Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
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This Side A
A The Extrovert City
Instruments [All Instruments Destroyed] – Kaidi Tatham
6:30
That Side B
B1 Mister Seahorse
Instruments, Vocals – Kaidi Tatham
4:58
B2 The Shadow Ain't Going Nowhere
Instruments – Kaidi TathamVocals – Nadine Charles
5:05

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  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A): 2039 BLACK.A1 MPO
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B): 2039 BLACK.B1 MPO

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afterbirth

afterbirth

September 1, 2016
The title track is one of the most amazing pieces of spacey future jazz that only comes along once in a while (and to be honest - 2000 Black have been hitting out the park for ages). You have an idea when you first hear the rhodes - but when the who combo breaks its fantastic. Utterly amazing chord changes and musically complex - just sublime. B1 is a slower, deeper jazz funk workout more in the mold you'd expect from 2000 Black. B2 also carries on the lovely deep bass and rhodes combo but pars it with a lovely vocal and more up tempo groove. Obviously would appeal to many in the Jazz funk circles but if you've come from the likes of the softer Detroit techno scene - like Underground Resistance and their jazzier side then this would equally appeal to you. To be honest if you've not heard of 2000 Black and you have a liking for jazz funk then go and get the whole label.