An after eight listen, innit? Ace in under eight minutes. Vision. Whatever: in electric piano mode here for the first stretch of the song all I can think of is hearing Lonnie Liston-Smith at the Jazz Cafe in Camden Town back in the late-1980s. Swirling in the same sort of cosmic cloud dust that the great Liston-Smith (who was in his earlier career on Sugar with Stanley Turrentine, Karma with Pharoah Sanders and Big Fun with Miles Davis) was prone to float on, the production mists cloaked in astral overdubs disappear and Joe Armon-Jones gets a big solo in later in the track in the process then ''conversing'' with drummer Morgan Simpson. JA-J's backing vocals are a cooing response and these are lullaby sounds that all knead in and work as an overall concoction. (Luke Wynter is on bass guitar, his style reminds me a little of Paul Michael who plays with Byron Wallen). SG. Out on Aquarii. Follow this link, on 10'' vinyl and digital
For more JA-J see this on 'Golden Brown'