The Groove Connection formed in Medway, Kent during the early 90s, amongst the Acid Jazz heyday, playing clubs, pubs and festivals up and down the land with their urban jazz-funk grooves. In 2001 the band recorded, and released their second album 'Back To Brooklyn,' introducing vocalist Laura Knight and guest hammond virtuoso Gary Baldwin, a ten-track full-length, CD-only release. Other tracks were recorded in the same session. Two tracks that didn't make the last album were 'Can You Hear Me' and 'When I'm With You,' both vocal filled, and Spinout Nuggets decided to capture them onto two continuous grooves. Limited to 300 copies.