What's Your Pleasure?
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Vinyl, 26 June 2020
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- Product Dimensions : 31.29 x 31.19 x 0.61 cm; 231.9 Grams
- Manufacturer : INTERSCOPE
- Original Release Date : 2020
- Label : INTERSCOPE
- ASIN : B0851KBYFS
- Number of discs : 1
- Best Sellers Rank: 5,494 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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Jessie Ware's fourth studio album, What's Your Pleasure?, will be released on June 5th. The recording process was a transformative period for Ware and the album sees the influential artist reconnect with her roots, entirely on her own terms. `What's Your Pleasure?' at its core explores themes of femininity, freedom of imagination and escapism. Featuring recent hit single, `Spotlight'.
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Title track 'What's Your Pleasure?' is another bass-heavy disco track but pushes its dance floor credentials even harder.
'Save A Kiss' (also in slightly different form to its single release) is just lovely - making the most of Jessie's elegant vocals by placing them against 70's disco strings and a heavy, throbbing bass.
Several of the funkier tracks ('Ooh La La', 'Soul Control') are less immediately catchy but work well within the context of the whole album.
'The Kill' is also an album highlight - a dream-like, night-time piece of melancholy electronica that would be the perfect soundtrack to driving down the motorway at night.
Final track 'Remember Where You Are' is like a final victory lap that maintains a slower pace but brings back the warmth that is this album's trademark. It feels like a lost 70's classic with its nods to psychedelic soul and brings this album to a woozy, super-positive and joyful full stop.
it's a great pressing and arrived well packed / an outer box then record in cardboard sleeve which stopped possibility of any warping - normally records have arrived in just the card sleeve. The extra layer ensured my LP arrived unmarked and perfect , yes , it's overkill on the packaging but record was delivered as new and I can re-use the packaging for selling.
Anyway , the vinyl cover _JW looking sultry no hairbrush required.
The inner sleeze , i mean sleave of course looks wonderful and thankfully it's not one of those spread the 10 tracks over 4 sides affairs . You've got side C balanced on your head while you try and find the track you like on side A and the associated paper and card trail spread across five metres of surface area.
One record -
6 tracks A side
6 tracks B side.
how lovely and straight forward.
I'm enjoying B side as I write. Great production , sounds sexy and I'd recommend the vinyl as there's some nice bass and the warm , rich vinyl production compliments the houseeeey and disco vibe very pleasantly.
The Kill is a great track , there's a lot to like over these 12 tracks,
I've enjoyed quite a lot of Jessie Ware's music and this album appears after a few listens to certainly be as good if not a step up for me. Thoroughly recommend.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 24 February 2021