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Choon Choosday: Groove Armada – At The River

24 November, 2015

About fifteen or twenty years back you couldn’t move for compilation albums called things like “Essential Moods” or “Ibiza Chilled” or “Mellow Bandwagon Jumping”, all of which were full of tracks by Enigma sampling Gregorian Chant or William Orbit putting some sort of rhythm he had created in his garage over a classical track of some sort. And mostly they were unforgivably bland and generic. But they did usually close with this nugget of genius by Groove Armada.

Usually their tracks were upbeat than this and they were around the vague fringes of the Big Beat sound, but with At The River they slowed thing down, brought in a trombone and the result was a




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