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|1.||China Burton - "You Don't Care (About Our Love)" (Joey Negro edit) (7:37)|
|2.||Ed Bentley - "Bentley Boogie" (7:06)|
|1.||Style X - "No Secret Affair" (5:35)|
|2.||Mirage - "Summer Grooves" (5:35)|
|3.||Savanna - "Never Let You Go" (5:37)|
|1.||Ritual - "Sore Lip" (6:28)|
|2.||MBT - "You Know Too Much" (4:51)|
|3.||Ranson, McKenzie & Friends - "Orange Groves" (4:41)|
|1.||52nd Street - "Express" (4:54)|
|2.||The Cool Notes - "I Wanna Dance" (5:51)|
|3.||Nigel Martinez - "Better Things To Come" (Joey Negro edit) (4:27)|
Originally released on CD and digital download way back in 2010, Joey Nergo's superb "Backstreet Brit Funk" compilation finally comes to vinyl. Given the recent rise in interest in "Brit-funk" - an early-to-mid '80s UK style rooted in jazz-funk, boogie, electro and soul - the timing seems perfect. It contains some genuinely killer cuts throughout, with highlights including the Hammond-heavy hustle of Ed Bentley's "Bentley Boogie", the scorching sax solos and huggable grooves of Mirage's "Summer Grooves", the breezy jazz-funk of Ritual's "Sore Lip" and the sun-kissed electrofunk/lovers rock fusion of The Cool Notes' "I Wanna Dance". The collection also contains a smattering of tidy, DJ-friendly re-edits from the long-serving Essex producer.
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