Author: Phil Strongman
Big Boss Man are a group of youngbloods who exist in the Bermuda Triangle that exists between Brian Auger, the Spencer Davis Group circa 1968 and the Wag Club now - pulsing Hammonds, crisp drumming and uplifting music that flits between soul jazz, psychedelic boogaloo, real rhythm'n'blues and the odd hint of Madness style ska. All of it, a few long loops aside, was recorded live in 1999 in North London's funky junk studio and the energy - and musical skill - comes blasting through with Naz' endearing vocals. Don't get too hung up on technology, it may well be time to Humanize.
Music 4/5 Sonic 4/5