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Saturday, Jan 10 2015 | 06:27
Image: 1594638 From the land of Blah Blah comes this new 12 inch consisting of two brand new KBE edits and a couple of unreconstructed original gems. First edit is of an old Bert Stride track from 1983, originally recorded at Compass Point in Bahamas and mixed by FK - this starts with the actual song and moves into dub territory. An irresistible steel drum hook combined with that "Island" feeling and the unmistakable voice of Bert Stride makes for a true Balearic winner. Next in line is ‘Thanks But No Thanks’, one of those great warm up records heard in bars around Ibiza and also hugely popular in Italy - an 80s jazz cover version of that old Devaughn track from the early 70s, made even more famous by Massive Attack on their debut album. Flip over for record diggers’ heaven ‘Baateside’, a funky obscure library music gem full of sunshine and beach feeling, lush keys, ambient guitars, wobbly bass, floating pianos, edited and with added guitars from KBE - a guaranteed Shazam free ‘Cafe Del Mar’ vibe. Last but not least is ‘Leo's Diner’, an old mid 80s Ibiza classic - pounding drums, groovy organ, strumming guitars, dubbed out indie vocals, memories of hierbas and madness. Blah Blah is limited vinyl, no digital - don't sleep.


A1. Bert Stride (KBE edit)
A2. Thanks But No Thanks
B1. Baateside (add. prod and edit by KBE)
B2. Leo's Diner Available from 06.02.2015
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