Excellent album from Stuart Wade and the boys, the musicianship is top notch with tight horns and wicked rhythm section. Grooves like ‘Future Boogie’ and ‘Spiderlegs’ are full-on funky Jazz barnstormers. Try the infectious riff laden ‘We’ve Always Got The Music’, the heavier ‘Smash And Grab’ and slower ‘In The Pocket’. There are 2 quality vocal tracks – ‘Should’ve Been You’ and the gorgeous ‘The Brighter Side’ feature the awesome Hil St Soul, whilst ‘Good To Me’ has a scat from Roy Ayers, who also adds a vibes solo on a Brand New Heavies style cut. All-round this is DTTB’s best album for several years. Must also mention Neil Angilley’s keyboard work and Tony Remy’s ultra funky rhythm guitar.