CD Review: Kenny James "Invisiblemann, Vol. 9: Global Funktion

On this disc of funky chill-out music, producer/multi-instrumentalist Kenny James uses fretted and fretless basses to put the bottom under an old-school mélange of grooves that harks back to the heyday of Massive Attack and Thievery Corporation.
By E.E. Bradman ,

On this disc of funky chill-out music, producer/multi-instrumentalist Kenny James uses fretted and fretless basses to put the bottom under an old-school mélange of grooves that harks back to the heyday of Massive Attack and Thievery Corporation. James’ soulful music has just enough dance, jazz, and R&B flavor to keep things interesting, but the overall vibe is perfect for a Sunday afternoon. Call it kickin’ back music for people who like real instruments, real singers, and real bass, high up in the mix.