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|1.||"Once I Found A Diamond" (5:49)|
|2.||"Once I Found A Diamond" (Jacques Renault Trouble funk remix) (5:35)|
|1.||"Sweet Bitter Love" (7:09)|
The fourth release on San Francisco's thus far rather impressive Spring Theory imprint comes from Keita Sano, whose previous excursions on Mister Saturday Night, Row Records and Strictly Vinyl have been refreshingly eclectic in approach. This time round, he's on a melodic, left-of-centre, Afro-influenced deep house tip, with opener "Once I Found A Diamond" combining dubbed out organs, glassy-eyed melodies and a thickset acid bassline jostling for position with rolling African percussion and looped, pitched-down tribal chants. Jacques Renault remixes, adding a little murky darkroom thump whilst retaining the sleazier elements of Sano's original. Elsewhere, "Sweet Bitter Love" benefits greatly from throwing juju guitars into the mix, while "Bouzouk" is a relentless, chopped-up, Arabian house delight.
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