• 1. Norman Connors – Mother Of The Future
  • 2. Bembe Segue – Mother Of The Future (live version)

Killer 10" taking a classic Carlos Garnett track and reworking it for past and present.

Rewind to 1974 for the Norman Connors version in pure jazz-dance style. 

Forward to 2006 and the brilliant Bembe Segue takes it to a more contemporarry Nu-Jazz place with her awesome vocal style.

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