How Goldie got his groove back

Ben Homewood

It’s a fucking journalist’s job to write the fucking truth. There’s something to write about here, get your fucking pencil sharp for a change. This is that kind of album.”

And there, like a hand grenade on the soft white tablecloth between us is Clifford Joseph Price MBE’s introduction to The Journey Man, the first proper Goldie album since Saturnz Return in 1998.

His ringed fingers rap the table and plinking dining room piano is audible again, but not for ...

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