Nice, also to see the likes of Junior and Ruby Turner make an appearance. One of the surprises for me was the Reggae inclusion by Janet Kay. I really loved her song, “Who The Cap Fits” with its lilting canter and soulful sax. Pity it's raining cats and dogs outside, or else it would be a perfect listen! Another fresh name to me is Jag and his excellent soulful number, “Thankful”. I know for a fact you will love this. I can imagine that if the musicality of Connor Reeves is your cup of tea, and Don E is your favour then this will be one for you. I love this, and talking of Don E the man steps up and delivers an awesome slice of UK Soul in the form of “Someday Somehow”. This, for me, is the best thing he has laid down in years, and certainly better than anything on his last pedestrian sets for Dome, except maybe for the excellent Atomic Dread remix of “Slow!” with Lornette Ford. This has a slight early 90s feel to it, and should push a few buttons for you. The compilation is segued in places, but allows the music to flow along nicely. I'm not a fan of this, though, but at least on a themed, commemorative, album is not too offputting. Another nice effort from the UK!
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