Posmontier Bros. - P.B.Q. (Bop Corn Records 1980) If you're like me you too also think jazz records & the decade of the 80's tend to go together like Vodka & milk, often leaving a bad taste. But this little known gem out of Melrose Park, PA made me rethink my view of the said genre and decade. 1984 is by no means a golden year for Jazz-Funk by any means but the quintet known as the Posmontier Bros produced a solid LP that is holding heat for any beat digger that is tired of the same old dollar bin garbage. Centered around the solid and extremely funky drumming of Tom Cohen this album is one to look out for. "Potts Luck" starts out with a nice B-Boy style drum break complete with congas and eventually goes into some nice synth & bass that would be doubled up nicely if one was to score doubles of this LP. "Bless this mouse" (yes, that's right "MOUSE") is a soothing easy listening type jazz cut that is MPC ready with nice melody and amazing electric keys waiting to be chopped. "One finger, one thumb" is the definite highlight of the LP with a nice groove that is just amazing loop after amazing loop. I highly recommend this platter to any beat digger or anyone that enjoys some solid light jazz with some funk movements peppered in. Don't sleep on the Posmontier Bros.