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|1.||"Air" (with Khalil Anthony)|
|2.||"Jus Anutha Wunna Deez"|
|3.||"Boogie Down" (with Erik Rico)|
|4.||"Sum Ol' Nex' Ish"|
|5.||"A Fly New Tune" (with Ta Raac)|
|6.||"Turn It Out" (with Dave Aju)|
|7.||"Another Night Under The Glitterball"|
|8.||"I Can Hardly Breathe" (with A Brother Is)|
|10.||"Moon On The Hill" (with DJ Kali)|
|12.||"Baked" (with Malik Ameer)|
|13.||"Take U 2 My House" (with Khalil Anthony)|
|14.||"For Those I've Lost Along The Way"|
While he may now be best known for his dusty deep house excursions, Scott "Thatmanmonkz" Moncrief was once primarily known as a maker of off-kilter modern soul under the Small Arms Fiya alias. Interestingly, this debut album for Delusions of Grandeur smoothly combines both of these musical threads with other soulful and jazzy influences, resulting in a set of dancefloor soul that bristles with laidback authenticity. The Sheffield producer is clearly talented, and barely puts a foot wrong throughout Columbising. Whether paying tribute to George Benson style jazz-funk ("Boogie Down"), A Tribe Called Quest ("A Fly New Tune"), disco ("Another Night Under The Glitterball"), and bumpin' jazz-house ("For Bae"), Moncrief always hits the spot.
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