|1.||"A Train Is Coming....."|
|2.||"One Device, One Method, One Thing"|
|3.||"Rocking From Beginning To End" (feat Kenny Keys)|
|4.||"This One Is For The Ladies & Gents" (feat Miles Bonny)|
|5.||"The Kids Are Listening" (Interlude)|
|6.||"Don't Box Me In" (feat 80s Babies)|
|7.||"Beware Of The Groove" (feat Mario Sweet)|
|8.||"Come With Me & Fly" (feat Yusef Rumperfield)|
|9.||"Is There More To Life?" (feat Diggs Duke)|
|10.||"I Will Never Know" (feat Moonchild)|
|11.||"Mario Smith Speaks On" (feat Daniel Crawford)|
|12.||"Things Deeper Than My Skin" (feat Ozay Moore)|
|13.||"Peace & Love" (feat Masego & Rommel Donald)|
Terrel Wallace, AKA First Word Records regular Tall Black Guy, seemingly has a thing for journeys. His first album was called 8 Miles To Moneart, and this follow-up is loosely based around the idea of a musical train ride. Let's Take A Trip is certainly an enjoyable excursion, chock full of dreamy hip-hop instrumentals, head-nodding workouts, hazy grooves, dreamy neo-soul jams, jazzy interludes, and snappy rap cuts. Highlights whizz by like landscapes seen from a train window, and include the glimpse-and-you'll-miss-it shuffle of '80s Babies hook-up "Don't Box Me In", the sumptuous hip-hop soul of Moonchild collaboration "I Will Never Know", and the dreamily soulful closer, "Peace & Love".
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