Dj Cam   Mad Blunted Jazz
Release Date: 1996

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2.5 averageONEdependent | April 30th 09

I bought this album when I was 16. It was some of the first loop based chill out music I had heard. I freaked out
about Cam's crossing of sounds. This albums spawned a lot of subsequent albums and artists. I later fell deep into
all of this albums subsequent groups and artists. I think I found everything that this album spawned more
interesting than this album. It is a good album for its time (The same year as Shadow's Endtroducing, I believe).
However, after all this time MAD Blunted Jazz seems a bit boring. I must say his music really influenced my own
production style, but I do not listen to this much anymore. If I want instrumental mish mash's. i would flip on
endtroducing or some new and much more soulful and organic, Clutchy Hopkins.
but I gotta give a pioneer his credit. I never really heard anything like that and it ultimately pushed me into creating
instrumental music of a similar genre.

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