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Album Review

An American collection balancing the best tracks from his first two albums, Easy Is a Four Letter Word proves that, fused with the right jungle beats, easy-listening lounge jazz can be very challenging listening. Portions of the record feature saxophone, flute, and double bass parts that were recorded live.

Biography

Born: London, England

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Drum'n'bass fusionary James Hardway works most often with cool jazz textures, though he is largely immune to the purist poses of many jungle producers. Known before the mid-'90s under his birth name David Harrow (and reportedly related to Al Capone), Hardway has worked with an impressive cast of British producers, from Genesis P-Orridge to Adrian Sherwood and Jah Wobble to Andrew Weatherall. During the early '80s, Hardway lived in Germany and acted in films before getting into the Berlin music scene....
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