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Published on August 19th, 2020 | by Sid Wesley

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Lee Coombs – Hard To Find And Unreleased Jams 4

After already releasing 42 tracks across his 3 Hard To Find And Unreleased Jams albums, we thought Lee Coombs pot of old gold had been emptied. Luckily for us all though, there was enough old gold left to compile another outstanding album, this time comprised of 14 essential tracks that any lover of good music will appreciate and inevitably love.

On volume 4, the only original track to be found is Lee’s 1999 Breaks classic Future Sound Of Retro. With only that original present, it does mean that there’s plenty of room for Lee’s impressive remixes, re-rubs and bootlegs. A few of those that can be found include his deep and bassy remix of One Last Time by Quivver, his full-on Acid workout of Gimmie The Mic by Santos and his peak-time rockin’ Breaks bootleg of Open Up by Leftfield. There’s also room on the album for a few heavyweight collabs with the likes of Meat Katie on Not House Music and The Hum, Kostas G on their remix of Venusia by Electric Soulside, the Drumattic Twins on their remix of Put The Needle To The Record by Criminal Element Orchestra and Elite Force on their track The Right Side Of Wrong. Quality music is awash on volume 4 and if you can snap it up, we highly recommend you do so.

 

Buy Hard To Find And Unreleased Jams 4 here on Bandcamp.

 

Links for Lee Coombs :

Soundcloud / Facebook / Website / Bandcamp / Twitter

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