|1.||"Starting Today" (feat Asheber) (9:02)|
|2.||"Almost Went Too Far" (5:36)|
|3.||"Mollison Dub" (7:03)|
|1.||"London's Face" (feat Oscar Jerome) (9:46)|
|2.||"Ragify" (feat Big Sharer) (9:51)|
|3.||"Fornow" (outro) (1:18)|
Building on his Brownswood debut earlier this year - "Go See" on the label's deep-digging We Out Here collection - Ezra Collective's pianist and composer lays down his most expansive and expressive body of work to date. Weighing in at near album size, it's a powerful experience from the off as Afrikan Revolution's Asheber sets a political framework and sense of freshness and unity on the title track. Elsewhere we're treated to hazy bluesy hip-hop on "Ragify", raw freeform fizz on "London's Face" and soul-soothing narratives in the form of "Mollison Dub". Stunning.
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