Email to friends Share on Facebook - opens in a new window or tab Share on Twitter - opens in a new window or tab Share on Pinterest - opens in a new window or tabSeller Rating: % positive. But following the gospel-tinged, '90s trip-hop of "Spirits," the album seems to lose its focus, as Woon's soothing, tremulous tones get pushed to the sidelines in favor of the obligatory, wobbly basslines on the slow jam "Spirals," and the aimless ambient electronica and clattering percussion on "Echoes," while the second instrumental. Jamie Woon is one of these artists which suprised us over and over again with his voice and music. Remixes with Burial, tracks like 'Night Air' or 'Lady Luck' just blow us away. Jamie has a big spectrum of musical possibilities and use them as he like to use it. You simply can see and hear his love for music.
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