The late 70's/early 80's saw jazz-funk grow out of the UK disco boom, spearheaded by bands like Incognito, Central Line and Light of the World. Perhaps, compared to the US sounds that influenced such groups, much of the British jazz-funk scene leaned towards the lighter pop end of the market but this didn't stop some of these bands making some fine records, one of my personal favourites being 'London Town' by Light of the World. The sound of jazz-funk would later evolve into what became known as Acid Jazz but you can't better the cool breeze of an early jazz funk dance floor filler. I love the optimism that oozes from this track and that trumpet just sends me. Very cool vibes, too. Shame I've never been able to dance for toffee.