Album artwork for Eddie Piller and Dean Rudland present: Acid Jazz (Not Jazz) by Various

Rough Trade Compilations of The Year: #13

A compilation of the finest early ’90s underground club sounds presented by Eddie Piller and Dean Rudland. As Acid Jazz began a period of extraordinary commercial success – Brand New Heavies and Jamiroquai selling millions of records – London’s club scene began to have a global influence. The compilation offers a snapshot of the kinds of records that were being played at the time, combining original Acid Jazz releases with sides from other labels that surrounded the scene. These records could fill a dance floor in seconds. This collection gives them a new platform to be celebrated.

1. Blacker – The Ballistic Brothers vs. Eccentric Afros

2. Beads, Things and Flowers – Humble Souls

3. Come On – Marden Hill

4. Last Night Beats – The Subterraneans

5. APB – A Man Called Adam

6. Modal (Blue Train Dub) – The Quiet Boys

7. Jazz Jupiter (Da Scat Mix) – A-Zel

8. Everything Is Going To The Beat – Dhama B vs. Ace of Clubs

Various

Eddie Piller and Dean Rudland present: Acid Jazz (Not Jazz)

Acid Jazz
Album artwork for Album artwork for Eddie Piller and Dean Rudland present: Acid Jazz (Not Jazz) by Various by Eddie Piller and Dean Rudland present: Acid Jazz (Not Jazz) - Various
Album artwork for Eddie Piller and Dean Rudland present: Acid Jazz (Not Jazz) by Various
LP

£27.99

Black
Released 25/11/2022Catalogue Number

AJXLP675

Various

Eddie Piller and Dean Rudland present: Acid Jazz (Not Jazz)

Acid Jazz
Album artwork for Album artwork for Eddie Piller and Dean Rudland present: Acid Jazz (Not Jazz) by Various by Eddie Piller and Dean Rudland present: Acid Jazz (Not Jazz) - Various
Album artwork for Eddie Piller and Dean Rudland present: Acid Jazz (Not Jazz) by Various
LP

£27.99

Black
Released 25/11/2022Catalogue Number

AJXLP675

Rough Trade Compilations of The Year: #13

A compilation of the finest early ’90s underground club sounds presented by Eddie Piller and Dean Rudland. As Acid Jazz began a period of extraordinary commercial success – Brand New Heavies and Jamiroquai selling millions of records – London’s club scene began to have a global influence. The compilation offers a snapshot of the kinds of records that were being played at the time, combining original Acid Jazz releases with sides from other labels that surrounded the scene. These records could fill a dance floor in seconds. This collection gives them a new platform to be celebrated.

1. Blacker – The Ballistic Brothers vs. Eccentric Afros

2. Beads, Things and Flowers – Humble Souls

3. Come On – Marden Hill

4. Last Night Beats – The Subterraneans

5. APB – A Man Called Adam

6. Modal (Blue Train Dub) – The Quiet Boys

7. Jazz Jupiter (Da Scat Mix) – A-Zel

8. Everything Is Going To The Beat – Dhama B vs. Ace of Clubs