"Blueprint" kicks off the final part and sounds incredible - somewhere between Ron Trent and Recloose. It's moody and sexy and flavoured with nice percussion elements and warm organs. "Raw Truck" quickly follows with a squelchy acid workout that's both comedic yet dancefloor-centric in that crazed, jack-track fashion.
"Feelin' Good" urgent drums contrast wonderful against the melancholic piano chords, tapping up that dark, simmering urgency that'd characterize many of Moodymann's finest moments. "Smufin" concludes with a drum palette that would, infact, make Theo himself blush; it's cleverly constructed MPC pattern ushering forward a series of vocal chops and organ stab; who said deep house was dead eh?!
RIYL: Mahogany, Moods & Grooves, Sound Signature, KDJ, Still Music etc.