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The Herbaliser Band - Session 1 & 2 (Instrumental)

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This limited-edition release collects the Herbaliser Band's 2000 and 2009 full-fledged instrumental band re-creations of their more electronic and beat-heavy studio albums. And it's a seriously cool and funky trip from start to finish across two discs. In place of samples and synth grooves, there are horns, live percussion, and deep bass guitars, with some scratching thrown in for good measure. If the original albums leaned toward hip-hop, these reinterpretations come across as buzzed-out jazz scores for some imaginary spy films. Indeed, a case could be made that Ollie Teeba and Jake Wherry are more accomplished jazzy artisans than hip-hoppers. Session 2 sees an increase in dynamism and ability, as they've only grown in their ability to translate their earlier works into the big-band realm. As invigorating and breathless as the film scores of Quincy Jones and John Barry, these sessions pay great respect to the past, while Teeba and Wherry make a case that the book shouldn't be closed on cinematic jazz grooves. Stellar.
© Tim DiGravina /TiVo

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1
Who's The Realest (Instrumental)
00:05:25

The Herbaliser, Main Artist - Jake Wherry, Oliver Trattles, Ralph Lamb, Andrew Ross, Composer - Just Isn't Music

2009 !K7 Records 2009 !K7 Records

2
Ginger Jumps The Fence (Instrumental)
00:05:09

The Herbaliser, Main Artist - Jake Wherry, Oliver Trattles, Malachi Trout, Composer - Just Isn't Music

2009 !K7 Records 2009 !K7 Records

3
The Sensual Woman (Instrumental)
00:04:21

The Herbaliser, Main Artist - Jake Wherry, Oliver Trattles, Andrew Ross, Composer - Just Isn't Music

2009 !K7 Records 2009 !K7 Records

4
The Missing Suitcase (Instrumental)
00:05:39

The Herbaliser, Main Artist - Jake Wherry, Oliver Trattles, Ralph Lamb, Composer - Just Isn't Music

2009 !K7 Records 2009 !K7 Records

5
Shocka Zulu (Instrumental)
00:05:11

The Herbaliser, Main Artist - Jake Wherry, Oliver Trattles, Kaidi Tatham, Composer - Just Isn't Music

2009 !K7 Records 2009 !K7 Records

6
Shattered Soul (Instrumental)
00:05:06

The Herbaliser, Main Artist - Jake Wherry, Oliver Trattles, Malachi Trout, Composer - Just Isn't Music

2009 !K7 Records 2009 !K7 Records

7
Goldrush (Instrumental)
00:05:40

The Herbaliser, Main Artist - Jake Wherry, Oliver Trattles, Malachi Trout, Composer - Just Isn't Music

2009 !K7 Records 2009 !K7 Records

8
Forty Winks (Instrumental)
00:05:39

The Herbaliser, Main Artist - Jake Wherry, Oliver Trattles, Malachi Trout, Composer - Just Isn't Music

2009 !K7 Records 2009 !K7 Records

DISC 2

1
Mr Chombee Has The Flaw (Instrumental)
00:03:31

The Herbaliser, Main Artist - Jake Wherry, Oliver Trattles, Malachi Trout, Composer - Just Isn't Music

2009 !K7 Records 2009 !K7 Records

2
Geddim! (Instrumental)
00:04:54

The Herbaliser, Main Artist - Jake Wherry, Oliver Trattles, Composer - Just Isn't MusicCopyright Control

2009 !K7 Records 2009 !K7 Records

3
AM Prelude (Instrumental)
00:01:32

The Herbaliser, Main Artist - Jake Wherry, Oliver Trattles, Ralph Lamb, Andrew Ross, Micky Moody, Oliver Parfitt, Composer - Just Isn't MusicCopyright Control

2009 !K7 Records 2009 !K7 Records

4
Another Mother (Instrumental)
00:07:32

The Herbaliser, Main Artist - Jake Wherry, Oliver Trattles, Jonny Morris, Composer - Just Isn't Music

2009 !K7 Records 2009 !K7 Records

5
Blackwater Drive (Instrumental)
00:04:46

The Herbaliser, Main Artist - Jake Wherry,Oliver Trattles, Ralph Lamb, Andrew Ross, Composer - Just Isn't MusicCopyright Control

2009 !K7 Records 2009 !K7 Records

6
MS Prelude (Instrumental)
00:01:29

The Herbaliser, Main Artist - Jake Wherry, Oliver Trattles, Ralph Lamb, Andrew Ross, Micky Moody, Oliver Parfitt, Composer - Just Isn't MusicCopyright Control

2009 !K7 Records 2009 !K7 Records

7
Moon Sequence (Instrumental)
00:06:08

The Herbaliser, Main Artist - Jake Wherry, Oliver Trattles, Composer - Just Isn't Music

2009 !K7 Records 2009 !K7 Records

8
Amores Bongo (Instrumental)
00:04:07

The Herbaliser, Main Artist - Jake Wherry, Oliver Trattles, Ralph Lamb, Andrew Ross, Composer - Just Isn't MusicCopyright Control

2009 !K7 Records 2009 !K7 Records

9
CC Prelude (Instrumental)
00:00:36

The Herbaliser, Main Artist - Jake Wherry, Oliver Trattles, Ralph Lamb, Andrew Ross, Micky Moody, Oliver Parfitt, Composer - Just Isn't MusicCopyright Control

2009 !K7 Records 2009 !K7 Records

10
Theme From Control Centre (Instrumental)
00:05:27

The Herbaliser, Main Artist - Jake Wherry, Oliver Trattles, Composer - Just Isn't Music

2009 !K7 Records 2009 !K7 Records

11
Stranded On Earth (Instrumental)
00:07:43

The Herbaliser, Main Artist - Jake Wherry, Oliver Trattles, Ralph Lamb, Andrew Ross, Composer - Just Isn't MusicCopyright Control

2009 !K7 Records 2009 !K7 Records

Album Description

This limited-edition release collects the Herbaliser Band's 2000 and 2009 full-fledged instrumental band re-creations of their more electronic and beat-heavy studio albums. And it's a seriously cool and funky trip from start to finish across two discs. In place of samples and synth grooves, there are horns, live percussion, and deep bass guitars, with some scratching thrown in for good measure. If the original albums leaned toward hip-hop, these reinterpretations come across as buzzed-out jazz scores for some imaginary spy films. Indeed, a case could be made that Ollie Teeba and Jake Wherry are more accomplished jazzy artisans than hip-hoppers. Session 2 sees an increase in dynamism and ability, as they've only grown in their ability to translate their earlier works into the big-band realm. As invigorating and breathless as the film scores of Quincy Jones and John Barry, these sessions pay great respect to the past, while Teeba and Wherry make a case that the book shouldn't be closed on cinematic jazz grooves. Stellar.
© Tim DiGravina /TiVo

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