Buscemi - Our Girl In Havana (2000)

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Artist: Buscemi
Title Of Album: Our Girl In Havana
Year Of Release: 2000
Label: Downsall Plastics
Genre: Electronic, Drum&Bass, Future Jazz, Downtempo


Right down to the hip, pleasant cover model, Buscemi's second album of groovy productions is a near-perfect match for his debut, 1998's Mocha Supremo. Producer Dirk Swartenbroekx flaunts his love of breezy, continental rhythms and late-night atmosphere. Though the scattered Latin-dance fusions -- bossa nova meets disco, salsa meets drum'n'bass, samba meets downtempo house -- aren't exactly pioneering ideas, Swartenbroekx is an able hand who knows when and how to freshen what could be a stale production. Also, he reaches another level after deserting the preset rhythms. Highlights include the thick electro-crunch of "First Flight to London," and "La Musica de Ayer con el Sonido de Hoy," which threatens to move from menacing drum'n'bass into zesty salsa.

01. Spooky Samba 4:30
02. Calling All Drama Queens 4:38
03. First Flight To London 7:17
04. The Salon Section 4:40
05. La Musica De Ayer Con El Sonido De Hoy 4:25
06. Ramiro's Theme 5:00
07. Nightlife At 3:33 6:05
08. Angel Of L.A. 4:26
09. La Sopa Del Dia 3:33
10. Our Girl In Havana 3:55
11. My Suitor 4:20
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