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Amazing stuff. 5 star throughout. I'm not sure how else to catagorize this other than riveting. Very soul/funk/electronic beats all combined. Very modern. Love it. Just sit and relax by urself or with a loved one and play Jamie Woon... ;) and you'll see what I mean.

Wonderful music

Bought the song Night Air and then waffled for a few hours before buying the rest of the album. I'm so glad I did. It's amazing! Jamie's voice is sublime and the overall sound of the album is so unique.

Night Air is definitely my favourite. The atmosphere is so creepy, yet energetic and uplifting at the same time. And the bass line is wonderful (not sure my neighbours would agree with me there... *grin*)


Vraiment très bon!! A écouter et réécouter!!


Born: March 29, 1983 in England

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

London, England native Jamie Woon, the son of background vocalist Mae McKenna, debuted in 2006 with a startling folk-soul a cappella update of "The Wayfaring Stranger." Initially issued as a one-sided 12" single, the song was released again the following February with an original, "Gravity," and a pair of remixes, including one by dubstep innovator Burial. BBC Radio DJ Gilles Peterson selected the a cappella version for his second Brownswood Bubblers compilation, released later that year, which significantly...
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