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New VariousSound Of Still Music Chicago – Mixed & Unmixed ... CD
Still Music/Slip N Slide (UK), 2007. Used 2CD ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
The first-ever CD collection of work from the mighty Still Music – a 2CD package that features one full mix of tunes from the label, plus a second disc of unmixed tracks! Still's a label who've really been grabbing our ears in recent years – thanks to a flurry of singles that do a great job of bridging the gap between older Detroit and Chicago house modes, and some of the more fluid grooves that have been coming out of the European scene. The mix here perfectly illustrates that approach – as the tunes simmer and percolate together wonderfully – with a shared sense of energy that has electric and acoustic elements almost getting equal time, all in rhythms that are far beyond the ordinary, and light years ahead of some of the more cliched tracks that are currently clogging the clubs! The unmixed set is an overdue presentation of some of Still's best on CD – because the label's mostly been issuing 12" singles so far – and the package features a total of 14 mixed tracks, plus 10 unmixed – with titles that include "Bau Au (Markus Enochson rmx)" by Sam & Gigi, "Sugar (Amp Fiddler rmx)" by Patchworks with Amp Fiddler, "Brothers On The Slide (Irfan rainy city mix)" by Patworks Ginger Xpress, "Horror In Sudan (Phil Asher Restless Soul mix)" by The Voice, "Dream (Isoul 8 voc rmx)" by Moses McClean, "Mess Up" by Benjamin Devigne, "Brand New Love (Irfan rmx)" by Grupo X, and "Don't Be Afraid" by Francois A with Nesrine. CD

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New VariousStudio Rio Presents The Brazil Connection ... CD
Sony (UK), 2014. New Copy ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
A very unusual set of work – original vocal tracks pulled from classic soul and jazz songs – all set to new bossa nova rhythms done especially for the project! Sony Records gave Studio Rio free access to its vaults – and the team was able to pull off original vocals, then rework them over sweet instrumentals that have a sound that's strongly bossa jazz – at a level that almost makes us think the artists had recorded these tunes originally! The approach is surprisingly seamless – no clunky bossa remix project, or dance beats at all – and the song structure is maintained, with just a change in the instrumentation. Titles include remakes of "Lovely Day" by Bill Withers, "Walk On By" by Aretha Franklin, "I Wish I Knew How It Would Feel To Be Free" by Nina Simone, "Take Five" by Dave Brubeck & Carmen McRae, "It's Your Thing" by The Isley Brothers, "Sexual Healing" by Marvin Gaye, "Music To Watch Girls By" by Andy Williams, and "Family Affair" by Sly & The Family Stone. CD

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New VariousStudio Rio Presents The Brazil Connection ... LP
Sony (UK), 2014. New Copy ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
A very unusual set of work – original vocal tracks pulled from classic soul and jazz songs – all set to new bossa nova rhythms done especially for the project! Sony Records gave Studio Rio free access to its vaults – and the team was able to pull off original vocals, then rework them over sweet instrumentals that have a sound that's strongly bossa jazz – at a level that almost makes us think the artists had recorded these tunes originally! The approach is surprisingly seamless – no clunky bossa remix project, or dance beats at all – and the song structure is maintained, with just a change in the instrumentation. Titles include remakes of "Lovely Day" by Bill Withers, "Walk On By" by Aretha Franklin, "I Wish I Knew How It Would Feel To Be Free" by Nina Simone, "Take Five" by Dave Brubeck & Carmen McRae, "It's Your Thing" by The Isley Brothers, "Sexual Healing" by Marvin Gaye, "Music To Watch Girls By" by Andy Williams, and "Family Affair" by Sly & The Family Stone. LP, Vinyl record album
 
 
 
 



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