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Brilliant mix

boss_hogg

The cover reminds me of a Tim Love Lee album also called Coming Home so maybe this is part of a series like Back To Mine. This album contains some absolute gems and deserves some serious play time. Within the mix are some well known tracks from the likes of Gregory Porter and Terry Callier and between there are some lesser known folk. Put together the album is a delight for the late Indian Summer of 2012 we are due to have!

About Mo' Horizons

Blending together funk, jazz, bossa nova, soul, and boogaloo with downbeat and drum'n'bass tendencies, German acid jazz duo Mo' Horizons came together in the late '90s when DJs Ralf Droesemeyer and Mark "Foh" Wetzler, both from Hannover and respected in their own rights, decided to improve and expand upon their work by making music of their own, and not simply playing that of others. Signed to Stereo Deluxe, the duo released a couple of 12"s, including "Foto Viva," which was then included on their full-length debut, 1999's Come Touch the Sun. In 2001 Remember Tomorrow came out, accompanied by a lengthy tour, complete with live band. In 2003 ...And the New Bohemian Freedom hit shelves, and Mo' Horizons, by this time stars whose music was included in numerous commercials and television shows, set to work on remaking older songs, both known and unknown, intermixing them with bits of their own compositions. The result, Some More Horizons, was released in 2005, and was followed by Stereo 150, a label compilation mixed by Droesemeyer and Wetzler. After this, Mo' Horizons decided to start their own label (with help from Audiopharm's Ralf Zitzmann), Agogo Records, and began focusing their energy on not only making their own new music but also on finding new talent to sign. ~ Marisa Brown

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Hanover, Germany

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