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Wot No Jazz Funk Greats?! Cosey Fanni Tutti's Favourite Records
Luke Turner , February 13th, 2019 09:32

As Cosey Fanni Tutti releases one of the albums of the year thus far, she sits down with Luke Turner to discuss 13 records that shaped her, from the soundtrack to pre-COUM hippy days in Hull to the present day

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Chris Carter - CCCL
I had to put that in because I completely fell in love with it. It was the soundtrack for so long. Unlike times when we're working on something you're going over and over again, this one has such small tracks that when you get a really nice taste and your tastebuds go 'ping', well that's what his tracks were like for me. I would be in my office or buzzing about outside the studio and hear them and it was just so lovely, very different from what we'd be doing. It was like listening to a side of him that had been bubbling under for so long, and I just loved that he was there completely enraptured in being himself, doing his own music, and enjoying it for what it was, at that moment. 


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