A bit of a gem from the glory days of atmospheric jungle. If memory serves me correctly this came out around ’96, back when Moving Shadow was really on top of the game for this style of music. It appeared on the Storm From the East LP, an album that showcased artists from the east of the UK. Along with the Revolutionary Generation I see this for peanuts every now and then in shops but that’s not to detract from the great tunes on them so well worth giving them a shot if you happen to see them for sale.
Tucked away on the b-side of Sound Control is this little gem. Bypassing the standard amen breaks of the time for some cut up beats that seem to be almost falling over themselves this was something a little different from the label that went on to produce and endless stream of hits over the next decade and a bit.
I guess most people don’t remember this one from Jamiroquai’s back catalogue but it was actually a nice little tune. Released back in ’96 and produced by jungle badman M-Beat I think they were a couple of years too late on the old bandwagon hopping. Hardly the best track ever made but surprisingly good for a pop/jungle crossover tune.