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Crown Ruler Sound

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Condition: Sealed
Label: Spacetalk
Year: 2017
Genre: Dope 😉

We would think this one needs little introduction here, rather than blow smoke up our own arse we have cut and paste a review from the lovely folk at DMC WORLD

“Let’s face it, it’s got to the point where we need to find some sunshine in our music so that we can counteract the damp squib the UK summer has become. Enter Jeremy Spellacey, whose crate digging skills have been exploited to excellent effect on this new compilation, providing uplifting vibes right from the off. Legacy’s ‘Monday Blues’ is the most obvious antidote to anything post-holiday related, but to be honest the bright and breezy first number ‘Let Your Body Move (Oba Balu Balu)’ by Ezy & Isaac fulfils the same function. Roaming far and wide, we take in African and Caribbean treats, the former best represented by J.K. Mandengué’s ‘Afrika’ and the latter by Devon Russell’s inspired, horizontal take on ‘Move On Up’. Elsewhere Mike Fabulous offers the effortlessly cool ‘Wang East’ for the beach, while The Staple Singers’ ‘Slippery People’ goes heavy on the ‘80s percussion before whipping up a storm with its inspiring vocal. Whichever way you listen to it, Crown Ruler Sound will leave you on a higher plane than when you started listening”

Ezy & Isaac – Let Your Body Move (Oba Balu Balu)
Stimela – I Love You
Kosmik 3 – I’m Gonna Pack (Jeremy Spellacey Edit)
Mike Fabulous – Wang East (Instrumental)
Feladey – Forest Music (Anambra Na-imo)
Larry Maluma & Kalimba – Kamusale
Acayouman – Funk Around
J.K. Mandengué – Afrika
The Staple Singers – Slippery People (Club Version)
Brother Resistance – Can I Get A Witness
Legacy – Monday Blues
La Banda de Martin – Mi Dueño
Devon Russell – Move On Up
Costa & Chyps – Detroit City Cats (Instrumental Long Version)
Wilfred Percussion – Andei

Please note: This is a double LP therefore a heavy item to ship.

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