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Feelin' Good / Officially In Love / Still Shining Vinyl 7"

Soul SupremeSKU fr-4524

Dilla, Jaylib, Slum Village instrumental covers from Dutch keyboard virtuoso
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"Edit impresario Soul Supreme presents the 2nd of two singles dedicated to J Dilla beats. The never-before-released "Feelin' Good" is followed by a medley of "The Official" (Jaylib) & "Fall In Love" (Slum Village), and an instrumental of Busta Rhymes' "Still Shining"." - Soul Supreme

"The swing hits different. No wonder, when one reinterprets productions by a man whose name also defines a complete 'post-Dilla' era. Soul Supreme heads deep into his music. Technically pre-Dilla, even, as most tracks on this donut are originally produced as Jay Dee. But let’s not waste this space on nerding over names. After reworking songs by the likes of A Tribe Called Quest & Madvillain and passing those tests with flying colours, these latest two 45s feel like Soul Supreme’s ultimate thesis. Dilla revisioned the idea of ‘groove’ like no other. That—naturally—shines through in Soul Supreme’s playing on these records. It’s the type of heartfelt tribute that puts a smile on your face. A keyboardist’s loose take on how Dilla approached sampling: pushing songs into new frontiers and reimagined compositions, with an exceptional ear for harmony. True to the original yet different." - Danny Veekens


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