The title track, You’re Good To Me is a proper funk shuffler with a beautiful soul vocal from Esther Taylor. Cracking litle sax solo in there as well.
The flip side, Her Name Escapes Me is a far mellower affair, with slinky strings and a bossa-nova beat that hits the perfect ‘summer evening’ vibe.
On remix duty for the A side are the Renegades of Jazz, who lift the energy levels and drop a stack load more horns on it – always a popular move in my book – before a triple play from Hero No 7. with the Distant Hero and a pair of B-Boy mixes, the first of which makes things a little darker before the latter two sign out with a properly beaty take on life
If you’re liking the sounds, it drops on 28 August on limited edition 7″ vinyl via Kudos, and digitally soon after.