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In 1964 legendary Jazz icon Nina Simone released a new single "Mississippi Goddam", a song that marked her turn to political engagement with Civil Rights protest songs.
It is the single's B-side that brings us here today, with a truly wonderful remake of "See-Line Woman" by Atjazz featuring Dominique Fils-Aimé. Setting sail on a mammoth musical journey in 1995, Martin Iveson aka Atjazz has become well known over the world for his creativity & constant delivery of well-crafted music. Showing no signs of slowing down and having remixed many Foliage gems over the years, it’s delightful to see Atjazz with a debut original production on the label.
Dominique Fils-Aimé is a Juno Award winning singer- songwriter hailing from Montreal, Canada. Her musical inspiration draws from soul icons of the 40's and 60's such as Billie Holiday, Etta James and Nina Simone.
Dominique's sophomore album "Stay Tuned!" was released in February 2019 and brings to the center of stage the resiliency of mankind in the face of adversity and oppression and pays homage to Afro-American history and culture.
Matt says: Oof! dreamy broken beat / new jazz; proper soulful. Like drinking fine coffee in the coolest parts of London or tuning into Giles Peterson in peak flow. There's the obvious attraction of the Nina Simone link too. Karizma on hand if you like it beefier. This is the business!
See Line Woman (Extended Mix)
See Line Woman (Extended Instrumental Mix)
See Line Woman (Karizma’s Last 1ne Dub)
See Line Woman (Karizma’s Last 1ne Dubstrumental)