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Rube - Another Gone Record

Rube Another Gone Record
Rube - Another Gone Record
(12") Jazz & Milk JM003, 2007-05-14

In the Rube's mind, bop jazz, beat poetry, big band swing, and hip hop live together. As Rube's first EP, "Another Gone Record" demonstrates, the fore mentioned arts get along very well.

Tracklisting :
A1. Rube - Another Gone Record
A2. Rube - Get Up!
B1. Dusty & Rube - Big Band Jump (Part 1 & 2)
B2. Rube - Dharma Bumrush

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Review :
This is a great followup of Jazz & Milk Breaks Vol.1, same type of humoristic, catchy beats flowing beat stomper's that fits any party to come. Dusty have plans for the Roskilde Festival in Denmark, performing as a DJ this summer in June. If you're around don't miss out!!!

Press Release :
The EP opens with "Another Gone Record", where vocal scatting and chilled out hip hop rhythms mingle with big band horns and walking basslines in a tasteful downtempo mixer.

"Get Up!" picks up the pace at a tempo Mr. Cugat could appreciate as much as Mr. Bambataa might.

For "Big Band Jump Pts 3 & 4", label founder, Dusty joins Rube for a percussion heavy number that builds and builds and builds! "BBJ" is an homage to Krupa, Rich, Cozy Cole and the big bands of the past, but this hard swinging track is made for modern clubbing.

"Dharmabumrush" completes the record. It is a bombastic style montage of scat singing, double basslines, mad blowing horns, funkified breakbeats and beat poetry.

Informed and inspired by jazz, beat poetry, and big band swing, the Rube's "Another Gone Record" is the kind of record that b-boys, b-girls, lindy hoppers, jazz cats, beatheads and hep cats can all appreciate.


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