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are you with me?

by jG

The debut electrojazz dub album from jG. Released and distributed by Greenhouse Records.
Genre: Electronic: Dub
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1. All Aboard
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2. The House Reggae
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3. Analogic
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4. Can't Do That
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5. The Crash
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6. 1st Beats
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7. Mid Camel
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8. The Number 43
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9. The Battle
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10. Beantown Or Bust
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11. Soldier Of Peace
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12. Acoustic Stampede
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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are you with me? (Greenhouse Records) is the critically acclaimed debut album from jG (formerly of Cellardoor, Andrew May and Josh Green, and currently of Heylady Buttercandy). The electrojazz dub style unloads jG’s warm, groove-oriented guitar over barrages of hard-hitting beats, explosive synth, and thumping bass. are you with me? flows fluidly through all 12 tracks, without a single disjointed note, and will only leave you wanting more.


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sb3

all good
hey, heard about you from a friend of mine who got the disc at all good. great stuff!

bigbeat


saw you in boston. disc sound great!