Cornershop Feat. Bubbley Kaur – Cornershop And The Double ‘O’ Groove Of
Cornershop Feat. Bubbley Kaur
Ten years on from its original release, Ample Play Records will release, the ground breaking ‘Cornershop And The Double ‘O’ Groove Of’ album by Cornershop feat. Bubbley Kaur on vinyl for the first time.
LP (Limited Edition Transparent Yellow Vinyl)
Ten years on from its original release, Ample Play Records will release, the ground breaking ‘Cornershop And The Double ‘O’ Groove Of’ album by Cornershop feat. Bubbley Kaur on vinyl for the first time. The LP, pressed as a stunning limited edition of 500 copies on ‘Indian Wedding Sweetmeat Celebrations’ sticky transparent yellow vinyl in a gatefold sleeve with poster insert. Cut for vinyl at optimum levels by Fluid Mastering, the same clever folk who mastered both the celebrated ‘England Is A Garden’ and ‘England Is A Garden Instrumentals’ albums.
After many a time in the studio, under lab conditions Cornershop originally released the album in 2011 featuring the incredible double sugar-coated vocals of Bubbley Kaur.
Format – Limited Edition ‘Indian Wedding Sweetmeat Celebrations’ Transparent Yellow Coloured Vinyl LP
TRACKLISTING (IF AVAILABLE)
1. United Provinces Of India
Full fat funk melds with the cream of Punjabi Folk, asking the question, why has such naturalness never been done before?
The band’s now-classic 2004 single Topknot, Spin magazine. A massive track for urban stations, turban stations, clubs as well as Indian weddings. So big that M.I.A. asked to do a rap on it.
3. The 911 Curry
The A-team meet up for an afternoon meal a plan comes together, until Murdock has to flirt with country mouse.
The other part of the double A sided Topknot single, and often even more loved by the DJ for its simplicity and French Legion immediacy.
5. Double Decker Eyelashes
Already being used by select USA bass clubs to get the party started, keep the party going, and ending the party. Being laidback & having the space is leading dancefloorers to improvise, and they take great joy in having the ability and scope to do it once more.
6. The Biro Pen
A sharp pen in its day was prime currency, guaranteed to get you out of any tight spot. This lament lays it down heavy, even with its drum solo reprieve.
Kraftwerk meet Irene Cara in a dune buggie.
8. Once There Was A Wintertime
Capturing the snow drenched wintry season with human warmth and Northern Brass.
9. Double Digit
Military again, until its slow build boils over with bass funk, as if the Bronte? sisters came from an Indian cowshed. This is maybe why Tjinder thinks Punjabi Folk Music was the first form of Hip-Hop, and has written a White Paper Report on it.
10. Don’t Shake It
Don’t play this one too loud, it will stay in your head for a week, and then move in with you after another week. All is well that ends well. So well that it has extended beats, ending an album that intends to live forever fame.
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