The last one from 1995.
I loved Trip Hop as a genre, all the Massive Attack/ Portishead stuff, Sneaker Pimps et al. It set up a bit of an intersting scene, music you could drink and nod along to. This is my favourite Leftfield release, featuring Toni Halliday from Curve and was their sixth single and was of their seminal album, “Leftism” . It hasn’t aged and just sounds as melancholic as it did, powerful stuff. The “Original – Jam” has all the beats and breaks with some dub influences, the “Original – Drift” is a great bit of late night ambience – both are missing Halliday’s vocals. Additional track “Filter Fish” is a minimal techno track, yup I never really got into techno although it sounded great on the old hi-fi!
Columbia – HAND18T
|A2||Original (Original Jam)||5:27|
|B2||Original (Original Drift)||4:07|