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Jazzy B drags Feem out of the 90’s

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When I think about a song called Feem I always remember Scotland’s Bhangra band, Bombay Talkie, who released the single entitled Feem, with an album by the same name in 1995. Feem followed Bombay Talkie‘s debut album in 1993 Judgement Day.


Since then they have gone into hiding near Loch Ness. Sometimes there is a sighting but photographs are very rare.

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Now the legendary, Jazzy B has dragged Feem out of the 90’s with this modern rendition, alongside the group known as Diamond Cut and with music by Partners In Rhyme.

Partners In Rhyme are another group who we have not heard from recently, but one album I listen to regularly is Replay – The Collection from back in 2002 and is still one of my most played albums.

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So there we have it Feem from the album Cut Like A Diamond, by Jazzy B and Diamond Cut featuring music by Partners In Rhyme.


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Feem is available for download via iTunes, Google Play & Amazon MP3.

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