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Bug Kann / Smokey Joe - Slowdown Baby / Shining download mp3 album

Bug Kann / Smokey Joe - Slowdown Baby / Shining download mp3 album
Performer:
Bug Kann
Album:
Slowdown Baby / Shining
Style:
Jungle
Released:
1994
Country:
UK
FLAC vers. size:
1124 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1755 mb
WMA vers. size:
1302 mb
Other formats
AA MOD VQF DXD FLAC AIFF AUD
Rating:
4.7 ★
Votes:
358

Smokey Joe began his career in sound engineering, moving on to work in radio where he produced and hosted the award winning friday night dance show on Wear FM. Joe began producing in 1992, and with the track Wha' Dat (Gimmie My Gun) he first made his name in the scene. After producing several tracks for the label's Jungle Massive compilation series, Joe parted from Labello in 1995. He went on to produce Prizna's album for PWL and Rampage's album for Almo Sounds before hooking up with Unity Records (5), producing the first 5 singles on their newly formed label. Around the same time, working with his brother, Joe set up No Smoking Records, and went on to produce 12 of the 15 releases on the label, as well as remixing tracks for Moving Shadow, Ganja Records, Suburban Base and Kickin' Records.

Smokey is the debut studio album by American soul singer, songwriter, and producer Smokey Robinson. It was released on June 19, 1973, by Tamla Records and was Robinson's first solo record after his departure from The Miracles. The album featured the single "Sweet Harmony", which was his tribute to his former singing partners in the Miracles: Bobby Rogers, Pete Moore and Ronnie White. Smokey was arranged by Dave Blumberg, Gene Page and Willie Hutch

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Bug Kann & The Plastic Jam was an old school hardcore/jungle collaboration by Grant Bowden (aka. The Plastic Jam, Payback, Destiny) and Jimmy Low (aka. Bug Kann, Macka Brown, Princess of the Posse) in the early '90s. 1. made in two minutes.

Tracklist

A Bug Kann* Featuring Frighty & Jeckyll Rankin Slowdown Baby
AA Smokey Joe Shining

Notes

Sampler for the compilation Various - Jungle Massive Collective 1

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A, etched): PLB-1-A-1
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side AA, etched): PLB-1-B-1

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
PLB 1 Bug Kann & The Plastic Jam / Smokey Joe Bug Kann & The Plastic Jam / Smokey Joe - Slowdown Baby / Shining ‎(12", MP, Promo) Labello Blanco Recordings PLB 1 UK 1994


  • Malhala
I am big fan of the version above (with the orginal bob marley vocal sped up). This is the one I remember hearing on pirate radio and everywhere around London that summer. The VIP with Giddy Ranks might only exist due to legal issues.
  • Arar
Right, if you are thinking of buying this because you remember ‘Shining’ from the ‘Jungle Massive’ compilation be very careful. There is a minor yet fundamental change that is the difference between it being a great track, and an annoying one - that difference lies in the “Sun Is Shining” sample. In the ‘VIP’ mix from the Jungle Massive compilation the sample is drawn out and sits perfectly with the lazy warm strings of the intro, inviting images of kicking back on a hazy summers evening with a cold alcoholic beverage in hand. On this release however, the sample is inexplicably sped up to double time which not only sounds out of place, but also completely out of time. Suddenly your warm relaxing summer’s evening has been invaded by a wasp that hovers menacingly around your beverage and refuses to fuck off. Do yourself a favour and wait to buy the 2xLP version of ‘Jungle Massive Collective 1’. With only two tracks per side, it has a lovely loud pressing of ‘Shining’ without the irritating sample ;)