The “Bottle of Justice EP” opens with a floor filling romper entitled “Don’t Stop”. This tune is a sure fire classic put to the test of years of uninhibited drinking and still has the muster to work up a fuss in the dance hall. This tune will work on any dance floor anywhere from a big boot scoot n boogie out in the barn all the way to your grandpa’s living room.
To accompany the lead track is the “Don’t Stop (Dub Mix)”, which is a play on the first one but with a little more emotion and a nice minor key groove for all you heart breakers. Put a little of this in the punch at the sock hop and you are sure to get to second base at least. If not, just keep playing the tune and maybe try washing your ass or something.
On the back of the bottle we have one of my favorite ingredients, “Knock John Booker”. This is a seriously smooth jam complete with a firewater keys sample a la Wattie’ssignature style. The rug underneath the front of your gramophone will surely need a cleaning after the carnage your boogie will do from listening to this gem. This is literally all that the U.S. offered the French for the Louisiana Purchase, and I think we took a loss there.
To seal the deal is “That’s Jazz”, a swing jam per the schematics that made Wattie Green a house hold name. This swinger has all the grains for your brain including the old time piano, horns, and swing that put the moon in shine. So step right up and grab yourselves a copy of FLAP013: Wattie Green – “Bottle Of Justice EP”.