Seba & Lo Tek* ‎– Sonic Winds / So Long

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Looking Good Records ‎– LGR 005
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
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A Sonic Winds
AA So Long

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  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Runout): LGR 5 A-1-1-1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side AA Runout): LGR 5 AA-1-1-1

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swollenknees

swollenknees

March 1, 2017
It's hard to overstate how beautiful this record is. It's timeless music, soaked in so much nostalgia for the golden age of Drum and Bass. Takes me right back to the early days of listening to all of this luscious sh*t back in Boston. Big up to the one and only Al Fouge.
Steveo33837

Steveo33837

September 7, 2016
Absolute masterpiece... Two slices of jungle royalty. Both So Long and Sonic Winds were way ahead of the game. So Long is a chilled journey into d+b bliss... Bukem favourite and rightly featured on the Logical Progression mix CD. The breakdown in So Long works really well - a superb track like no other. Sonic Winds can be heard on the Bukem Mixmag mix CD, it's a trippy driving, rolling number with acid + sonic like synths alongside a heavy beat. Slick production and high quality. Serious 12" - get it!!
Rudloe

Rudloe

November 28, 2015
Just came back to this record recently and it still sounds as sublime as ever. First occasion I had the chance to hear this was a few months after its initial release and I was scanning the dial on my radio when the the opening chords drifted across the airwaves. Put succinctly I froze the dial on that frequency and sat in silence as this beautiful arrangement unfolded before me. Magnificent work.
mgwood

mgwood

November 23, 2015

So Long is just sublime, I seem to have an moving experience each listen. Probably my favourite drum & bass track I've ever heard. Tear-jerkingly good
matthebe

matthebe

September 22, 2014

Agreed simply fantastic ... drift off to another world ...
philfunkyness

philfunkyness

October 4, 2012

If more people were aware that this kind of drum 'n bass existed, it'd have a far greater following. One of, if not the most beautiful pieces of electronic music to have ever been created, 'So Long' just blew me away the first time I heard it and even now, sixteen years later, it still gets heavy rotation. Nothing else really comes close to this track in terms of depth, emotion, structure, in fact in every aspect. The kind of record that would make similar producers want to hang up their headphones and give it up. Completely essential drum 'n bass.
jakrooster

jakrooster

September 8, 2011

Easily my favourite Drum & Bass tunes. Perfect ambient mixes, so beautiful. Timeless. So Long just pips Sonic Winds as the better tune; which seems to be the opinion shared by most people here
tomjameswray

tomjameswray

September 14, 2009
Possibly the best drum and bass record ever. Anyone who knows how drum & bass developed in the 90's when Bukem was at the top of his game and labels like Good Looking/Looking Good were bringing out tunes that actually formed a genre will know how pivotal this tune is. If you like this type of d&b and you dont own anything else on this label then at least own this. A perfect tune. My 'desert island disc' of drum & bass.
sicxx

sicxx

June 1, 2009

So Long - To me this is drum & bass at it's best. In my opinion this is the greatest dnb track ever produced. (I know, what a statement!) But this track is so moving, so deep, that you can just imagine yourself either floating through space or in some beautiful summer scene. The power this track has is just unbelievable, the break and the way the amen just fades in, pure bliss.
A timeless classic, So Long can take you to a place you didn't know music could.