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Hide & Seek Compiled By The Foreign Exchange
Graham Clark, Features Writer
You can always count on quality music from the Reel People stable. Oil from Reel People it seems has always been a fan of the Foreign Exchange and this 13 track compilation excels in quality soulful House music.

The compilation starts off with The Foreign Exchange and Shelter, a subtle track with a melody that gets a grip on you, whilst the BOSCO track, MPH reminds me of a Rod Temerton song he could have written for Michael Jackson.

Also by Graham Clark...
Doubletree By Hilton, York
Bananarama, Blackpool Opera House
Tears For Fears - Rule The World (Virgin)
Seal - Standards (Decca)
Europe - Walk The Earth (Silver Lining Music)
My favourite track on the album though is Tonight We Ride by DJ Spinna featuring Phonte. If you like Steely Dan you will enjoy this summery song. With a keyboard line that recalls Steely Dan in their prime and a vocal too that sounds like them, this is a highlight of the album.

The Foreign Exchange close the album with the fine Asking For A Friend that would appeal to anyone who likes Incognito.

4 out of 5

Hide & Seek Compiled By The Foreign Exchange, 5th September 2017, 14:52 PM