Jazz & Milk enters the third round with their highly successful Jazz & Milk Breaks series. Six individual tracks with various influences ranging from Jazz, Funk, Latin to Afro and percussive Beats have already attracted a lot of attention on the Munich Jazz & Milk
dance floors and finally made their way onto this versatile vinyl release. The records starts off with Innocent Sorcerers´ very own Envee who has turned Pinnawela´s tune "You Can Dance" into a wonderful and swinging jazz dance anthem.
The track is followed by percussion maestro César Granados. His unique and vintage version of Dizzie Gillespie´s latin-jazz classic “Manteca” is a true dance floor filler. The Snip´s double bass driven downtempo bomb “El Boom” rounds off side A!
On the flipside The Jivers, a new production duo out of Barcelona present a clubby jazz-hit called "Do What" featuring the unique voice of Anqui. Label head Dusty also joins the compilation with the remix of The Boogoos´ afro-funk track "The Journey / Ghana ‘74". Finally Greenwood Rhythm Coalition from New York´s great “Names You Can Trust” imprint delivers a brilliant DJ bomb called "Cotonou Caravan".