Mr. James Barth ‎– My Old Blues Suits

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1 Rudeboy 6:03
2 Lonely Blues 8:08
3 Knock 'Em Out (Then Mellow Back)
Co-producer – Bob Brewthbaker
6:04
4 Crusin' (With My Family) 6:52
5 No Taboo's 4:45
6 Holliday
Vocals – Diceman
8:55
7 Step Aside (All Over You) 5:05
8 Together (We Are Strong) 5:15
9 Enchanted (Instrumental)
Co-producer – Mrs. Bodell
4:37
10 Music Is The Key 6:45
11 The End 8:44

Notes

By Cari Lekebusch.
"I can feel myself diving deeper into the sea of music,while other's are slowly floating up to the surface".

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
DX CD-0002, DXCD-0002 Mr. James Barth My Old Blues Suits(CD, Album) D-TOX (2), D-TOX (2) DX CD-0002, DXCD-0002 Japan 1999 Sell This Version
PLUMP LP101 Mr. James Barth My Old Blues Suits(2x12", Album, W/Lbl, Promo) Plumphouse Records PLUMP LP101 Sweden 1996 Sell This Version
PLUMP LP101 Mr. James Barth My Old Blues Suits(2x12", Album) Plumphouse Records PLUMP LP101 Sweden 1996 Sell This Version

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Weareonenation303

Weareonenation303

December 16, 2015
Track 11 "The End" also released as: Shape Changer - The End here: http://www.discogs.com/Various-Mind-EXpansions/release/153664 albeit a shorter version.
techsoul

techsoul

February 22, 2008

A totally underrated standout release amongst many quite uninspired (or even really bad) records on loop/plumphouse. If you're into labels like Svek, you really might want to check this one out. Very warm and kicking, quite soulful techhouse. Less use of dubby delays and vocoder than on the follow-up album on Svek, "Stealin' Music", but still very funky and with a nice analogue feel to it.

In my opinion, Cari Lekebusch did some of his best musical work using the alias "Mr. James Barth". I'm very glad to see him return to more decent sounds nowadays.