VariousWe Out Here

Label:Brownswood Recordings – BWOOD0175LP
2 x Vinyl, LP, Album, Compilation
Style:Contemporary Jazz


A1Maisha (3)Inside The Acorn
Bass ClarinetShabaka Hutchings
Double BassTwm Dylan
DrumsJake Long (3)
FluteNubya Garcia
PercussionTim Doyle (5)
PianoAmané Suganami*
Written-ByJake Long (3)
A2Ezra CollectivePure Shade6:37
B1Moses BoydThe Balance
DrumsMoses Boyd
GuitarArtie Zaitz
SaxophoneNubya Garcia
TromboneNathaniel Cross
TubaTheon Cross
Written-ByMoses Boyd
B2Theon CrossBrockley
DrumsMoses Boyd
Tenor SaxophoneNubya Garcia
TubaTheon Cross
Written-ByTheon Cross
C1Nubya GarciaOnce
Double BassDaniel Casimir (2)
DrumsFemi Koleoso
PianoJoe Armon-Jones
SaxophoneNubya Garcia
Written-ByNubya Garcia
C2Shabaka HutchingsBlack Skin, Black Masks
Bass ClarinetShabaka Hutchings
ClarinetGeorge Crowley
Double BassRuth Goller
DrumsTom Skinner
Written-ByShabaka Hutchings
C3Triforce (3)Walls5:23
D1Joe Armon-JonesGo See7:42
D2KokorokoAbusey Junction
Alto SaxophoneCassie Kinoshi
BassMutale Chashi
GuitarOscar Jerome
KeyboardsYohan Kebede
PercussionOnome Edgeworth
TromboneRichie Seivwright
Written-ByOscar Jerome

Companies, etc.



Gatefold sleeve.

Track C2 Published By Touch Tones Music Ltd.

Track D2 wrongly listed as D1 on back cover.

Runouts are etched.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5 060180 323325
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A variant 1): BWOOD0175LP A1 GUY'S ELECTRIC
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B variant 1): BWOOD0175LP B1 GUY'S ELECTRIC
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side C variant 1): BWOOD0175LP C1 GUY'S ELECTRIC
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side D variant 1): BWOOD0175LP D1 GUY'S ELECTRIC
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A variant 2): BWOOD0175LP A1 GUY'S ELECTRIC
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B variant 2): BWOOD0175LP B1
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side C variant 2): BWOOD0175LP C1 GUY'S ELECTRIC
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side D variant 2): BWOOD0175LP D1

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
New Submission
We Out Here (CD, Compilation)Brownswood RecordingsBWOOD0175CDUK2018
New Submission
We Out Here (CD, Compilation, Promo)Brownswood RecordingsBWOOD0175-PROMOUK2018
Recently Edited
We Out Here (LP, Coloured Vinyl (Blue Solid), LP, Coloured Vinyl (Green Solid), All Media, Compilation, Limited Edition, Stereo)Brownswood RecordingsBWOOD0175LPRTUK2018
Recently Edited
We Out Here (9×File, MP3, Album, Compilation, 320)Brownswood RecordingsnoneUK2018
Recently Edited
We Out Here (9×File, FLAC, Album, Compilation)Brownswood RecordingsnoneUK2018



  • RufusTF's avatar
    Yes it's a bit too noisy for a brand new record. I'd say, that's typical for Brownswood - either their vinyl quality is substandard or the pressing has issues. It could be mastered better, too - a lot of the sound is crammed into the middle of the stage. But the music is great and the recording is also pretty good.
    • Frances_Rogers's avatar
      Seriously funky jams. The bass is recorded particularly well. Example: bass clarinet sounds thick & mysterious. Also: tuba! Check it out!
      • artb73's avatar
        Edited one year ago
        The music is amazing and well recorded but my records have areas of way-more-than-normal surface noise for brand new records - really bad in many areas. I just got the double album yesterday and it was pressed in 2018. My guess is the releasing agent dried in the groove or something. I gave each side a wash/vac and rinse/vac.
        UPDATE: I recently gave the records a Titebond II glue-cleaning - it helps (removed about 80% of the surface crackle on disc 1 but only about 30% [so far?] on disc 2 [after doing it twice]) but I have to do it again. I've spun this album only a few times because it initially sounded so dirty.
        Disc 1 is pretty nice - not new sounding, but nice. Disc 2 still sounds pretty awful.
        • jamiebecky's avatar
          2LP+ - Rough Trade Exclusive. 300 Copies on Solid Blue and Solid Green Vinyl.

          • Rootsmania's avatar
            Various- We Out Here Heard Kokoroko’s Abusey Junction. Had to buy the album, a beautiful track. A sublime collection and a great reflection of the Uk Jazz scene.
            • True2's avatar
              Edited 6 years ago
              Bought this on sight. A compilation by the most prolific DJ of our times that happens to be a big jazz fan and also run a record label that is doing a compilation on modern jazz in the UK. How much more do you need to know? On that note. LP looks and sounds great. Decent pressing and mastering too, some noise on vinyl but also didn't clean it first. This LP has a great perspective that covers the vast range of sounds and feels but still works as a unit. I am looking forward to spending more time with this record and thanks Brownswood for burning this torch. It's bright.
              • LallumCowes's avatar
                Incredible release. Aoty so far for sure. I'd recommend this to anybody even vaguely interested in music.
                • tbelte's avatar
                  Well worth a listen, the Kokoroko track is sublime - a fantastic introduction to the healthy sounds of the current UK London jazz scene. Lovely sleeve art and sleeve notes too.


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