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Album Review

It's practically obvious from the title, but Lounge Excursions is an album of late-night jams ranging from disco to quiet storm to jazz-funk. Underground works through this collection of key- and drum-heavy house movers with only occasional intsrumentalist help, preferring instead to layer a couple of Hammond or Rhodes keyboard lines over his own tight drum programs (he even stretches out on congas for "City People"). Though there's great interplay between guitar, keys, and vocals on the collaboration tracks ("Fly With Me" with solid guitar from Mike Saxon, "City People," "Funki-Ghetto"), the highlights here are the solo productions, like the irresistibly funky "7th and Rhodes."

Biography

Born: 1971 in Chicago, IL

Genre: Dance

Years Active: '00s

Glenn Underground is one of the deepest of the deep house producers, following Larry Heard's classic Chicago tracks with his own earthy grooves, more closely aligned to the spiritual tones of disco than even contemporary house music. In fact, his bootleg remix of the prototype disco single — Donna Summer's "I Feel Love" with production by Giorgio Moroder — is virtually a necessity in the crates of house DJs. The head Underground has recorded for nu-school Chicago label Cajual/Relief (as...
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