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|1.||"Mm Mm" (feat Angelique Kidjo & Roundhouse Choir) (4:11)|
|2.||"Snowfire" (feat Bugge Wesseltoft) (5:17)|
|3.||"Ricochet" (feat Dennis 'Funkybone' Rollins) (3:14)|
|4.||"Why Yellow" (feat Rob Auton) (3:17)|
|5.||"Hypothetical" (feat James Taylor) (3:37)|
|6.||"Netsanet" (feat Mulatu Astatke) (5:44)|
|1.||"Without You" (feat YVA) (3:32)|
|2.||"Crushing Lactic" (Comp Tom Rogerson) (3:55)|
|3.||"What's Gone Before" (feat Pete Wareham) (4:03)|
|4.||"Climbing Up My Own Life Until I Die" (feat Rob Auton) (9:37)|
|5.||"Derashe" (feat Mulatu Astatke) (6:12)|
Famed for their New Orleans style brass band covers - most notably a riotous Prodigy medley and tasty takes on Toto's "Africa" and Blackstreet's "No Diggidy" - the Hackney Colliery Band has decided to do things differently on their latest full-length excursion. As the title suggests, "Collaborations Volume 1" sees them join forces with a dizzying array of artists from the worlds of jazz, soul, funk, Afrobeat and hip-hop. The results are uniformly excellent, with highlights including the Afro-gospel brilliance of Angelique Kidjo and Roundhouse Choir hook-up "Mm Mm", the sunrise Afro-jazz breeze of Netsanet (featuring Mulatu Astatke), and the urgent stomp of percussion-laden workout "Crushing Lactic" with Tom Rogerson.
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