Bossanova from Hannova... After three albums, the music wizards, organ grinders and groove monsters Mo' Horizons have refined their distinctive sound fusing Soul, Funk, Jazz, Boogaloo, Bossa and Salsa with Downbeat and Drum'n'Bass. Their first compilation presents their multifarious world of rhythms without restrictions. On "Some More Horizons" you find classic tracks as well as exciting new ones, electronic sounds as well as traditional pieces, Soul music as well as Latin hits. Mo' Horizons salvage unknown artists and feature stars with widely unknown treasures. Miriam Makeba delivers "Umquokozo", a blazing hot Salsa track while the Cuban version of Sesame Streets' hit "Mana Mana" makes you feel good and hum along. Jazz and Funk join in with Donald Byrd's rendition of "Boom Boom" which later turned into a worldwide hit by John Lee Hooker. Rare Soul gems juxtapose with club remixes for and of Mo' Horizons. The last song is the rendition of "Pe Na Estrada" by a Portuguese primary school! A rhythmic delight. Including tracks and productions of Gilberto Gil, Miriam Makeba, Catarina Valente, Donald Byrd, Corduroy, La Taverne Du Lac, Mo' Horizons, Fort Knox Five and many more.