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edenheight - you do you

you do you
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01.edenheight / you do you (03:49)
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02.edenheight / open version (03:29)
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Uptempo dancefloor soul on the A side, dubbed out Jazz Funk version on the flip.
Breakin Bread continue to support the specialist soul and funk scene with the 2nd release from Edenheight. Edenheight are a deep-groovin` and original outfit with a soulful urban sound. Forged in Bristol, their list of influences favour more percussive styles including Afro, Funk, Hip Hop + Dub, and as such dance-ability is a precedent. This standard owes as much to an evolution in the UK`s underground live scene as to their appreciation of high energy musicianship and production. Side A - You Do You. The A side of the second Edenheight 7" is a fast vocal break driven by Horns, clavinet, bass, drums and percussion. Vocalist Elle Dee draws from both new and old R`n`b styles, singing a simple message of independence and strength against adversity. The track features a horn section including the Haggis Horns` Malcolm Strachan and Atholl Ransome, plus Bristol`s own James Gardiner Bateman. A killer dancefloor soul funk track for the steppers, b-boys, headnodders and DJs alike.
Side B - Open Version A classic 70s Lonnie Liston Smith funk track gets the Edenheight Version treatment, with lyrical reworking and rhymes by Madlox and a fresh arrangement from the crew. Elle Dee is joined at the melodic end of the reworking by soloists Gareth `Long` Bailey on trombone and Gary Alesbrook on trumpet, and a Wurlitzer EP offering from Evan Newman. There`s even a light hearted homage to the most famous triangle in funk. Definitely not one from the average section of the modern soul/funk scene. Deep!
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