The term "Dust My Broom" is rooted in the blues music of Robert Johnson. In the figurative sense, among others, this term means to "make a clean sweep" and as such indicates the beginning of something new. It's an appropriate title for the second album by Nuremberg based producers Peter Heider and Florian Seyberth aka Boozoo Bajou. DUST MY BROOM marks a fresh chapter in the sound of the Boozoo Bajou. Their famous laidback sound has been extended into a broader territory that boors from blues, jazz, reggae and soca rhythms. This new territory is deep, with wide, rejuvenating references that are multi-layered. Boozoo Bajou communicate different types of "roots" music and convey their intrinsic affinity to it. Blaxploitation style soul, deep blues, Southern folk, jazz and original R&B all combine with Boozoo Bajou dub fto form a beautiful mosaic.
1) Keep Going (Feat. Tony Joe White)
2) Take It Slow (Feat. Joe Dukie ; U-Brown)
3) Killer (Feat. Top Cat)
4) Nine Below Zero
5) Way Down (Feat. Ben Weaver)
8) Moanin' (Feat. Wayne Martin)
10) Treat Me (Feat. Willie Hutch)