1. Father and Fainter – John Tejada

Love the space on this, makes me feel like I should be sipping Mojitos on s roof top bar somewhere…

John Tejada – Farther and Fainter

2. Feeling Alright – Joe Cocker

Joe’s voice gives me high elations.

Joe Cocker – Feelin' Alright

3. Furry Sings the Blues – Joni Mitchell

Joni’s so evocative with the words on this one. No annoying choruses trying to grab your attention.

Joni Mitchell – Furry sings the blues

4. Inky Sea – Laura Groves

Laura almost cosmic jazz here with a folk shimmer.

Laura Groves – Inky Sea

5. Over the Ocean – Here We Go Magic

A modern day classic!

Here We Go Magic-Over The Ocean

6. Remind Me – Patrice Rushen

Priceless 2 step. Takes me back.


7. Slipping into Darkness – Ramsey Lewis

Great late night track.

Ramsey Lewis – Slippin' Into Darkness


8. While I’m Alone – Maze

A personal favourite.

Maze & Frankie Beverly – While I'm Alone

9. Heather – Billy Cobham

I have selected this tune so many times over the years, it’s having another resurgence for me . Eyes roll back voice trails off.

Billy Cobham – Heather

10. Baby I’m Scared of You – Womack & Womack

Balearic classic. Need another Mojito.

Womack & Womack – Baby I'm Scared of You












Henry’s latest project is Equador with singer Bo Bruce. Their new EP ‘Tribal War’ is out November 16 on Pegdoll Records.  Featuring three tracks, the hypnotic ‘Belly Up’, lead single ‘Treble Oh’ and the beautiful  ‘Prisoner,’ ‘Tribal War’ is a compelling listen – an immersive fusion of 90s downtempo ambience and minimal electronica held together with Bo’s distinctive vocals.

“It’s a little darker and tougher than the album” say the duo. “Slightly less esoteric and ethereal. A lot has changed for us and the album was a year or so in the making. We had less time to stare at our belly buttons for this EP and that can sometimes be a very good thing.”


Watch the video for Treble Oh:

Equador – Treble Oh