As an influential artist in the acid jazz movement of the '90s, Ronny Jordan released his debut album The Antidote. "After Hours" is without a doubt the signature track on the album, and one of the most brilliant songs of his oeuvre. The well structured album focuses on different parts of the jazz movement, including a fantastic crossover cover of the Miles Davis classic "So What". A fine combination of Hip-Hop drum loops and jazz is what Jordan presented to the public. You get caught up in the groove of the guitar rhythms and that fact is what makes this record so wonderful, all these fine expressions.
Ronny Jordan came to prominence after being featured on Guru's Jazzmatazz. In the urban jazz movement he recorded a couple of chart hitting records.
The Antidote is available as a limited first pressing of 1.000 individually numbered copies on gold vinyl.
- 180 gram audiophile vinyl
- Debut album featuring the Miles Davis cover and hit "So What", "After Hours" and more songs
- Limited first pressing of 1.000 individually numbered copies on gold vinyl