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Jazz Dance Fusion Volume 2
Colin CURTIS/VARIOUS
Cat: ZEDDCD 051. Rel: 27 Nov 20
Jazz
  1. Paoli Mejias - "Revelation"
  2. Leslie Lewis & Gerard Hagen Trio - "Keeper Of The Flame"
  3. Curtis Lundy - "Never Gonna Let You Go"
  4. 8VB - "Gengis"
  5. Marita Alban Juarez Quartet - "Upa Neguinho"
  6. JD Walter - "Golden Lady"
  7. Steven Kroon - "Tombo 7/4"
  8. Hajime Yoshizawa - "Celebration" (feat Navasha Daya)
  9. Raffaela Renzulli Ensemble - "Brasilia"
  10. Carmen Lundy - "So This Is Love"
  11. Tino Gonzales - "Latin Gypsy"
  12. Grady Tate - "Little Black Samba"
  13. Jam Session Goes Latino - "Manteca"
Review: Two years ago, Z Records gave Colin Curtis - one of the UK's longest-serving DJs, and a pioneer on the Northern Soul and jazz-funk scenes - a chance to dig deep into the crates and showcase some of the music he's used to make jazz dancers spin, shuffle and footwork over the previous 50 years. Here he delivers a sequel, and the good news is that it's also full-to-bursting with Latin jazz, fusion and jazz-dance treats. The plentiful highlights include - but are in no way limited to - the high-octane heaviness and life-affirming piano solos of Marita Alban Juarez Quartet's 'Upa Neguinho', the carnival-ready cheeriness of Steven Kroon's 'Tombo 7/4', the deep jazz-dance soul of 'Brasila' by Raffaela Renzulli Ensemble and 'Manteca', a killer drum workout by Jam Session Goes Latino.
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Colin Curtis Presents Jazz Dance Fusion
Colin CURTIS/VARIOUS
Cat: ZEDDCD 42. Rel: 02 Mar 18
Jazz
  1. Michele Hendricks - "What's Going On"
  2. Richie Cole - "Harolds House Of Jazz"
  3. Emanuel K Rahim & The Kahliqs - "Spirit Of Truth"
  4. Dom Um Romao - "The Angels"
  5. Dave Pike - "Spirit's Samba"
  6. Mark Murphy - "Someone To Light Up My Life (Se Todos Fossem Iguais A Voce)" (feat Viva Brasil)
  7. Walt Barr - "Zamba"
  8. Ron Eschete - "To Let You Know I Care"
  9. Eric Kloss - "The Samba Express"
  10. Charlie Earland - "Murilley"
  11. Richie Cole - "New York Afternoon"
  12. Mark Murphy - "Empty Faces"
  13. Dom Um Romao - "Ponteio"
  14. David Schnitter - "Flying Colors"
  15. Dom Salvador - "Image"
  16. Dave Matthews' Big Band - "Vera Cruz"
  17. Eric Kloss - "Morning Song"
  18. Harold Ousley - "El Exi-Hente"
  19. Michael Carvin - "Demon Upstairs"
  20. Bill Hardman - "Samba Do Brilho"
Review: During the British jazz-dance scene's late '70s and early '80s boom, there were few DJs that the dancers loved more than Colin Curtis. Still DJing today after 50 years behind the decks, Curtis was a natural choice to put together Z Records' first compilation dedicated to jazz-dance, jazz-funk and fusion sounds. The two-disc set is something of a stunner, all told, full of deep selections, floor-burning favourites and high-grade workouts. There's naturally plenty of Latin jazz flavours on show, high-octane thrillers (See Eric Kloss's "The Samba Express"), swinging jazz-funk (check the superb Charles Earland track) and the kind of extended wig-outs that just make you want to bust some serious shapes.
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