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Lookin' For A Love
20 69
04 May 08
Funk
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Lookin' For A Love - (2:40) 119 BPM
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Harry Hippie - (3:55) 103 BPM
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Please Forgive My Heart
XLDS 568
20 Mar 12
Dirty Dubstep/Trap/Grime
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Please Forgive My Heart - (4:30) 136 BPM
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Love Is Gonna Lift You Up
XLDS 581
06 Aug 12
Bass
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Love Is Gonna Lift You Up (Julio Bashmore remix) - (8:15) Biggest-selling track on this release
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Love Is Gonna Lift You Up (Exemen remix) - (5:26)
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Review: Can you imagine a more perfect mix - the innately soulful yet age-worn vocals of American singer Bobby Womack and the effervescent and vital bad-boy house of Julio Bashmore? XL really nail it with this remix release of this highlight from Womack's latest album, with the Bristolian house god spending a good couple of minutes teasing the track in as vocals are looped and basslines drill into your head, before unleashing a classy and sunny beat for full orgasmic revelry. Exemen do a great job with the tune too on their rerub - gearing up for the Notting Hill Carnival with a dubby 2-step remake.
The Bravest Man In The Universe
XLDA 561
11 Jun 12
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
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The Bravest Man In The Universe - (3:52) 83 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Please Forgive My Heart - (4:30) 136 BPM
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Deep River - (1:49) 98 BPM
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Dayglo Reflection (feat Lana Del Rey) - (4:18) 100 BPM
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Whatever Happened To The Times - (4:08) 75 BPM
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Stupid Introlude (feat Gil Scott-Heron) - (0:21) 117 BPM
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Stupid - (3:51) 108 BPM
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If There Wasn't Something There - (4:38) 78 BPM
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Love Is Gonna Lift You Up - (3:43) 130 BPM
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Nothin' Can Save Ya (feat Fatoumata Diawara) - (3:47) 134 BPM
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Jubilee (Don't Let Nobody Turn You Around) - (2:07) 138 BPM
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Review: Following the formula set by XL Records on their 2010 album made with Gil-Scott Heron, soul star Bobby Womack is given a pleasing sonic overhaul on this album, produced by label-boss Richard Russell and Damon Albarn (returning the favour after Womack appeared on Gorillaz' "Plastic Beach"). Adopting a much more spiritual and meditative tone than previously heard from the 68-year old from Cleveland, songs like "If There Wasn't Something There", "Deep River" and "Please Forgive My Heart" are tender, deep yet still imbued with the funk of his cross-generational roots.
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