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Late Night Tales (2023 REISSUE)

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in 2008, Andy Cato and Tom Findlay painstakingly compiled a collection of songs so varied, it leaves even the most open-minded listener occasionally scratching ...

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25 years on from their debut, Groove Armada have become one of the most influential and successful dance acts of the 21st century.
Late Night Tales Presents Another Late Night (2023 Reissue)
  1. Groove Armada - Fly Me To The Moon (Exclusive Cover Version)
  2. BRS - Lovin’ Me (Dubtribe Mix)
  3. Good Together - (We Can Work It Out)
  4. Tim ‘Love’ Lee - Java Jam
  5. Open Door - Breathe
  6. Kleeer - Tonight
  7. Roy Ayers - The Memory
  8. Metro Area Miura
  9. Kimbu Kimra - Raise The Dead (Love From San Francisco Dub)
  10. Don Ray - Standing In The Rain
  11. Al Green - Truth N' Time
  12. Shuggie Otis - Strawberry Letter 23
  13. Mr Fingers - Can You Feel It
  14. Aretha Franklin - Day Dreaming
  15. Loose Ends - Feel The Vibe
  16. Sir Patrick Moore - Peepshow Part 1


Late Night Tales Presents Another Late Night (2023 Reissue)

Late Night Tales
  • Limited 180g 2LP with 30cm art print

    Released: 27th Oct 2023


Twenty-one years after its initial release in 2002, Groove Armada’s seminal Another Late Night compilation gets a heavyweight vinyl reissue courtesy of longtime label collaborators Late Night Tales.

Boasting eighteen tracks lovingly selected by the esoteric cratediggers (including the duo’s uber-rare cover of ‘Fly Me To The Moon’), the 70-minute collection - hailed as a 'groovy concoction of cabaret music, cocktail house, old school funk and a bit of hip hop' by Resident Advisor - takes us on a journey through downtempo bliss via the occasional dancefloor filler and more than one opportunity for the listener to start shakin’ their ass. In this Another Late Night compilation, Groove Armada have achieved the tricky task of delivering a mix that gives a flavour of the dancefloor while simultaneously offering something that can be consumed lying gingerly on a chaise-longue while being wafted with palm fronds by scantily clad belly dancers. See you on the veranda. “I remember the first one really well. We did it in a really horrible flat that I lived in on Seven Sisters Road where we also did a couple of early remixes that were great, so there was some good output at that time. I remember doing the ‘Fly Me To The Moon’ cover, because whenever Andy’s near a piano, he just defaults to playing that tune. It’s his thing. That was super simple, that one, because it was just Andy playing the piano and a real slowed-down breakbeat.” Tom Findlay, Sept 2023