Limited heavy weight vinyl now on pre-sale. We have hand signed copies of this 12" from BJ Smith
including a remix from Jonny Nash.
Early support from...
Andras Fox, Australia - This sounds great. I remember hearing the Outkast cover at someone’s house in manchester - glad to connect that memory with the Ben Smith name again. I would love a download if possible. Great for the radio show, as always.
Chris Coco, Melodica - This is terrific, I love the original and the Jonny Nash remix. Yes, please send promos for radio play.
Michael Rutten, Soul Searchin’ Radio, Compost Records, Germany - NuNorthern Soul more and more close to my super-fave label, you bringin' them on. Be it the sound of Dos Palos or B.J. Smith now, I do like this vibe a lot. I can't wait hear parts 2 & 3!
Bill Brewster, DJ History, UK - Really like the opener a lot (Jonny Nash remix), very pastoral and typically tranquil but the 2nd tune is the one I liked the most, though We Can Sail is very lovely too. Hard to pick a fave but I think Hold On To It does it for me.
Andy Wilson, Ibiza Sonica Radio, Ibiza - Another beauty from Mr Smith, lovely stuff. …Johnny Nash does a great job on the remix but the original is probably the one I’ll play on my next show
Phil Mison, Cantoma, UK - Lovely stuff
Dr Rob, Test Pressing Website - Jonny`s mix is reminiscent of Radio Slave re-inventing Norah Jones` “Sunrise”. “We Can Sail” has Wonderful Sound getting a slot on Jools Holland. Nev Cottee and James Yorkston on a handful of Primal Scream`s pills at a Muscle Shoals lock-in. Looking forward to hearing the A Man Called Adam mix.Between Ship and Shore Part One, by B.J. Smith
3 track album