Yellotone ‎– Tar File Junction

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Ai Records ‎– AiLP009CD
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1 Gailforceporterloucarpenter 4:12
2 Crunk
Scratches [Cuts] – Buddy Peace
5:19
3 When We Danced 3:04
4 Witterin 7:05
5 To Term A Coin 3:38
6 Sinking Spring Farm 4:55
7 Cool Blue Albion
Scratches [Cuts] – Buddy Peace
4:28
8 Funk Inlet
Co-producer – Matthew ProsserDrums – Matthew Prosser
0:21
9 Grenade Hams 2:18
10 Power Nap 4:12
11 Quench
Co-producer – Matthew ProsserDouble Bass – Roger Harding
5:38

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Piano on "To Term A Coin" and "Sinking Spring Farm" recorded at Max's.

℗ © 2004 Ai Records

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  • Matrix / Runout: AILP009CD @ 08/1/04 02:11:00 AM
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L039
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 1257

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
AiLP009 Yellotone Tar File Junction(LP, Album) Ai Records AiLP009 UK 2004 Sell This Version
AiLP009 Yellotone Tar File Junction(LP, Album, W/Lbl) Ai Records AiLP009 UK 2004 Sell This Version

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scoundrel

scoundrel

March 5, 2014

Yellotone's TAR FILE JUNCTION starts off with the breaks and guitar-infused clattering jazz of "Gailforceporterloucarpenter" before the thick industro-electro of "Crunk" comes in with a little turntablist action. Anything goes on this album (within tasteful reason, of course)! "When We Danced" seems to spiral around itself, punctuated with a nice horn sample, while the percussion and guitars take center stage on "Witterin," before it transitions to a more delicate synth melody. "To Term A Coin" brings in the blues, and a country feel infiltrates "Sinking Spring Farm." And, in a surprising move, "Cool Blue Albion" delves into deep house territory; the harmonic electro of "Grenade Hams," unfortunately, ends up sounding like nothing at all. But "Quench" returns us to the jazz of the start, even moreso. An eclectic and fun listen.