Tyree Cooper career has span four decades releasing music which is illustrated by his discography. Tyree is still active and has just released Da Soul Revival Classics Vol.2. This two track 12” brings Tyree back to some of his earlier roots with acid house and an homage to a fallen homie Kool Rock Steady, whom Cooper recorded with in his early years. Quite simply a house sound from one of the earliest architects of the genre. Warehouse to loft, club to festival, stoops to bedrooms; these tunes will work for all occasions if you looking for the house sound with contemporary adjustments.
Let It Go featuring Blake Baxter///Blake Baxter is on vocal doing saying, “Free your mind from all pressures.” begins this journey as the acid builds, the groove is established and a mixture of vocals is continuously sprinkled over the top. The acid synth continues to modulate so slightly as percussion elements change. Later, fuzzy chord stabs add more texture and a extra groove making for a quick tease, just to lead back to the acid line.
New Dub featuring Kool Rock Steady///Bright drums began, as Kool Rock introduces Tyree then the chords and melody come in followed by the bassline. The arrangement moves around as each of the synth parts have a time to shine. The happy tones is really uplifting and the track rocks a house feel of yesteryear.