Session 1

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All Music Guide - David Jeffries
Originally released in 2000 on two 10" slabs of vinyl, Session 1 is a take-home version of the Herbaliser's live show, which means "funky" and "exciting" to anyone who has seen the usually electronic duo jam on-stage with this organic band. Jazzy, lively, and filled with breakbeats hip-hop DJs should lift, the set features songs from the duo's first three, production-brimming studio albums, reimagined here with horns, live percussion, and very few vocals, minus a couple samples. The results are trippy songs turned soulful and free with musicians improvising at times and turning headphone numbers into jazzy party starters. You don't have to be aware of the originals to ...
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Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - David Jeffries
Originally released in 2000 on two 10" slabs of vinyl, Session 1 is a take-home version of the Herbaliser's live show, which means "funky" and "exciting" to anyone who has seen the usually electronic duo jam on-stage with this organic band. Jazzy, lively, and filled with breakbeats hip-hop DJs should lift, the set features songs from the duo's first three, production-brimming studio albums, reimagined here with horns, live percussion, and very few vocals, minus a couple samples. The results are trippy songs turned soulful and free with musicians improvising at times and turning headphone numbers into jazzy party starters. You don't have to be aware of the originals to dig this hip-shaking session, but regular Herbaliser fans will get the most out of this as they marvel at how cleverly the songs have been orchestrated. A second, equally desirable volume followed in 2009.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 2/16/2010
  • Label: K7
  • UPC: 730003725227
  • Catalog Number: 252
  • Sales rank: 83,122

Album Credits

Performance Credits
The Herbaliser Band Primary Artist
The Herbaliser Indexed Contributor
Andy Ross Flute, Piccolo, Baritone Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone
Patrick Dawes Percussion
Kaidi Tatham Clavinet, fender rhodes, Arp Pro Soloist
Chris Bowden Alto Saxophone
Ollie Teeba Turntables
Jake Wherry Bass Guitar
Ralph Lamb Trumpet, Flugelhorn, Keyboards
Mat Colman Trombone
Mickey Moody Drums
Technical Credits
Easy Access Orchestra Producer
Ollie Teeba Layout
Kenny Jones Engineer
Julian Lowe Mastering
The Herbaliser Band Producer
Wherry Composer
Trattles Composer
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