Monday, October 16, 2017
"Taking the album’s title into consideration, these three parts seem to represent a sort of holy trinity for the UK hardcore continuum—the Father, the Son, and the Holy Ghost" - cute bit about the tripartite structure of new Special Request retro-rave epic (early uk acid techno / junglizm / ambient emanations) in an otherwise lukewarm review at Pitchfork by Patric Fallon.
He rates this other recent effort by Paul Woolford higher.
Wednesday, October 11, 2017
Well what do you know... just checking out which Curtis Mayfield tune it was that (brilliantly) intros The Deuce (also gathering in brilliance - takes a while to get going, give it time)... and realised that despite loving the obvious Mayfield tunes I'd never really properly done his discography... Had a look and what I did see but there's an album by Mayfield, smack dab in his creative prime, called Sweet Exorcist
So this must be where Sweet Exorcist got their name from
It's a great name - for a band and for an album. But I wonder why Richard H. Kirk and DJ Parrot picked it... And what the phrase signified for Curtis M?