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Takin Future Tenderly - Eddy Meets Yannah - Once In A While


2007
Label: Compost Records - CPT 265-2 • Format: CD Album, Promo Cardboard • Country: Germany • Genre: Electronic, Jazz, Funk / Soul • Style: Downtempo, Broken Beat, Future Jazz, Deep House, Neo Soul
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You remember "acid jazz", that bland update of smooth jazz that, because it was created with lots of digital instruments and found its way onto some hip labels, was treated as an honorary subgenre of electronica. Well, "nu-jazz" and "nu-soul" are acid jazz's stylistic successors, with semantics applying just as much as a true paradigm shift. Translated, this means that in many cases, it's different name but only slightly less schmaltzy, malty-smooth game.

Call it elevator music for the young and sophisticated. A tag like that would probably offend King Britt, a multi-faceted talent whose substantial output has sometimes been given the "nu-" tag, and rightly so. Croatian duo Eddy Meets Yannah also are entitled to take exception. Yes, Once in a Whiletheir second album, features jazzy singing, arrangements, and chord structures.

Yes, there Takin Future Tenderly - Eddy Meets Yannah - Once In A While some lush keyboard pads. And, of course, soul, hip-hop, and stutter-step rhythms or "broken beat" Takin Future Tenderly - Eddy Meets Yannah - Once In A While hallmarks. Most of the time, Once in a While is as charming as the meet-cute name of the act that recorded it. The album's best tracks practically demand a martini, a good sound system, and a place in the sun.

First off, the highly-jazzy title track swings along at midtempo, held in place by an electro rhythm and those plush keyboards, Valdevit's dynamic yet easy-on-the-ears voice harmonizing with its overdubbed self. Add the snappy chorus and this sure beats a vitamin C!

Takin Future Tenderly - Eddy Meets Yannah - Once In A While don't be fooled into thinking Eddy Meets Yannah are going to serve you the same Cosmopolitan ten times in a row, because "Badfairy" goes all moody and sultry.

With creeping strings and brooding vocals by "legendary" crooner Earl Zinger, it hits the soft spot between heart and head in much the same way as Massive Attack's recent Terry Callier Stay (Faraway, So Close!) - U2 - Elevation 2001: U2 Live From Boston (DVD). The production, choc-full of nifty little noises; the Takin Future Tenderly - Eddy Meets Yannah - Once In A While strings, and Valdevit's one-part-sass-two-parts-catchy chorus all are signs that this would be a potential bit hit in the hands of, say, Gwen Stefani.

Ditto album standout "Losing Wings". The lush harmonies. The soulful chorus that infiltrates your brain cells. The laid-back, socially conscious rapping by Capitol A, which never threatens to overwhelm. Go back 17 years in a time machine and this is a classic En Vogue smash. Again, the inventive production, featuring what sounds like an asthmatic synth, lends it all a distinctly contemporary feel. Alas, not even Valdevit's and Ramich's considerable talents and ear for a tune can keep Once in a While from slipping into some decidedly contemporary bad habits.

At times, the duo's distinct production style may be too distinct, with the same syncopated rhythms and electronic drum sounds dominating most tracks. This drawback becomes more pronounced in the album's latter half, which includes fewer standout songs. Even the best songs tend to go on a little longer than necessary. And, at 16 tracks, Once in a While is a bit bloated. A pair of lackluster instrumentals, for example, could have been excised. These shortcoming only mean that Once in a While is a very good album instead of a great one.

Lots of jazzy, electronic-leaning female-male duos are out there these days, but unlike most, this one's merits extend beyond providing a hip soundtrack for coffee and cocktail sipping. Better yet, why don't Eddy and Yannah get the airplay and hits for themselves?!? A more fitting title for an album as cool and satisfying as this would have been More Often. The Rise of Skywalker has been trumpeted as the last in the Skywalker saga.

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