Release date: 1980, 1990
Feeling Fine is the third album from latin-jazz outfit Kalima, originally released on Factory (Fact 249) in August 1990, and the record on which the second iteration of the band truly hit their stride.
The two bonus tracks are taken from the Shine remix single (Fac 269), featuring club-friendly mixes by Gilles Peterson, Patrick Forge and Tim Oliver. The CD booklet contains liner notes and archive Kalima images.
2. A Thousand Signs
3. Take It Easy
5. All the Way Through
6. Big Fat City
7. The Groovy One
10. Shine (Vibrazonic Dub Mix)
11. Shine (Concrete Mix)
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