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Jon Kennedy - Take My Drum To England

Musician: Jon Kennedy
Album title: Take My Drum To England
Style: Breaks, Downtempo
Released: 2003
Country: UK
Size MP3 version: 1727 mb
Size APE version: 1590 mb
Size WMA version: 1421 mb
Rating ✫: 4.7
Votes: 380
Format: XM FLAC VOC TTA MOD WAV APE
Genre: Electronic

Jon Kennedy - Take My Drum To England mp3 album

Jon Kennedy - Take My Drum To England mp3 album

Tracklist

Basic Dialogues 0:51
Funk Construction 4:30
Do As You Did 4:19
Blow Keys 4:24
Do Something 0:57
Mystery 4:12
Brown Acid 4:12
Secrets Of The World 5:53
East Is East 3:41
The Loafer 4:41
A Portrait Of Autumn 3:10
Coming Down 1:04
Surrenderism 4:18
Way I Feel 4:56
Waiting For The Sea To Freeze 5:47

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
GCCD121 Jon Kennedy Take My Drum To England ‎(CD, Album) Grand Central Records GCCD121 UK 2003
GC LP 121 Jon Kennedy Take My Drum To England ‎(2xLP) Grand Central Records GC LP 121 UK 2003
JKF011 Jon Kennedy Take My Drum To England ‎(15xFile, MP3, 320) Jon Kennedy Federation JKF011 Czech Republic 2008



Talrajas
Jon Kennedy's second album, TAKE MY DRUM TO ENGLAND, first finds Kennedy, on "Funk Construction" taking his drum to a gentle folk-guitar and Mr. Scruff flute-inspired glade. The folksiness continues onto "Do As You Did." A softer, gentler Jon Kennedy? The slow burn of "Blow Keys" would suggest so, but the heavier beats and darkness of "Mystery" start taking the listener in a different direction. But when the vocals of Kate Rogers infiltrates "Secrets of the World," we rocket back into a bucolic world, with the jazz saxophone leaving contrails in the sky. "East is East" offers a little bit of sitar for some South Asian flavor amongst the beats, while "The Loafer" continues with the thicker rhythms. But "A Portrait of Autumn" goes back into the warm, hazy atmosphere, and "Surrenderism" gets the jazz back into the groove. Better still, "Way I Feel" dives straight into soul, with Karen Wilson's powerful vocals. An excellen album all around.