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Album Review

The second full-length recording for London-based Les Hommes captures a cool, acid jazz sound while still maintaining the definitive Eighteenth Street Lounge feel. The three-man, three-woman outfit could be likened to the Cinematic Orchestra in organic preservation of live instrumentation within their modern sound, but succeeds in embodying all the crucial aesthetic components to still fall in the electronic record bins. Classic-sounding organ lines by Rory More dance around the Ron Carter-sounding upright basslines and the incredible lounge/swing of drummer Vladimiro Carboni. A nice step by ESL to further blur the lines between Groove Holmes and Jazzanova and a warm and seductive listen all the way through.

Customer Reviews

Classic

Basic and simple, yet classy and refreshing.

great songs - make it itunes plus, 256 encoding please !

Les Hommes presents a wonderful album, serving up some tasty jazz treats. All great music for a lunch party, or dinner for two, or a trip to the park. wait for the better encoding, 256 itunes plus, 128 bits just can not capture the very fine ringing tones of this album. Thank you, Les for sharing your beautiful gift of music.

I Want To Relax, Please...

Instant classic. Have played it for months and it hasn't gotten played out. Good dinner party music or just for chillin' at home. A++

Les Hommes, Les Hommes
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