Lamont Booker is one of house music's true eccentrics. A prodigious user of multiple pseudonyms - LB Bad, The Prince of Dance Music, Lord KCB, Voodoo Man, the list goes on - he was briefly extremely productive in the late 1980s and early '90s. During that period, he was something of a deep house innovator, producing raw but beautiful music for labels such as Nu Groove and Easy Street. This excellent career retrospective from Rush Hour joins the dots between his well known cuts ("The True Story of House Music", "New Age Track" etc), unreleased gems and little-known jams, portraying his work in all its eccentric glory.
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