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✨✧ VariousRe:Works – Piano ... CD
Decca, 2017. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
Some of the most famous melodies in classical music – all served up here from core recordings in the Decca Records catalog, then reworked by a host of contemporary producers and studio talents! Make no mistake – these aren't dance tunes, and the mixers aren't out to dismantle the melodies – and instead, the approach is a bit like that great 80s moment when Mark Stewart & The Maffia built a song around the music of Eric Satie – who's featured here, alongside Debussy, Pachelbel, Beethoven, and Chopin! The package is one that's very much in keeping with some of the more contemporary, more electronic reworkings from Deutsche Grammophon – and titles include "Gynopedie No 1 (Cagedbaby rmx)", "Gnossienne No 2 (Raf Rundell rmx)", "Moonlight Sonata (Dusty Kid rmx)", "Prelude No 15 (Third Son rmx)", "Canon In D Major (Hardway Brothers rmx)", "Clair De Lune (Vito Gatto rmx)", "Gynopedie No 3 (Lixo rmx)", and "Adagio (Soul Mekanik rmx)". (Classical, New Grooves) CD
 
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Chemical BrothersCome With Us (Japanese paper sleeve edition) ... CD
Astralwerks/Virgin (Japan), 2002. Used Gatefold ... $9.99
The Chemical Brothers retreat from the mainstream club-pop landscape that fertilized their previous work, and the result is a much more lush, textured, and soulful record that finally earns them the cheers they've been receiving for years already! The hip hop beats and party bounce that made the Chemical name certainly are not out the picture on Come With Us, but the Brothers also learned the fine art of subtlety somewhere along the line and the heart of the album has a much more progressive approach, with string flourishes, hypnotic beats, soft breathy vocals lurking in the distance, and a free and floating in space trippy feel. Overall a more down tempo experience than you might be expecting from these boys – but not without its clanging crescendos – with a reverent knowledge of what made their acid house forefathers tick. Tracks include "Come With Us", "It Began In Afrika", "Galaxy Bounce", "Star Guitar", "Hoops", "My Elastic Eye", "The State We're In", "Denmark", "Pioneer Skies", The Test". CD
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✨✧ VariousDiamonds – T-Groove Works Vol 1 ... LP
Kissing Fish (Japan), 2017. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
The music here is sharp as a diamond – thanks to great production and mixing from Yuki "T-Groove" Takahashi on all the cuts! Tunes are by a variety of artists, and are mostly in a soulful club style – upbeat, positive, and overflowing with great energy – never too uptempo, but always grooving – and often touched by as many jazzy elements in the music as there are soulful touches in the vocals! We've not seen most of these tracks on record in any other format – and titles include "Spring Fever" by T-Groove with Saucy Lady, "Give It Up (T-Groove ext rmx)" by Cool Million with Laura Jackson, "Take This Love (T-Groove rmx)" by Two Jazz Project with Marie Meney & Didier La Regie, "Let's Go Together (T-Groove rmx)" by Sho Kamijo with Ron Brown, "You Are Love (T-Groove disco mix)" by Rudi Wilburn, "Diamonds (T-Groove rmx)" by Two Jazz Project with Marie Mene & Didier La Regie, "Hotter (T-Groove rmx)" by The Doggett Brothers with Laura Jackson, and "Another Weekend (T-Groove single rmx)" by Peo featuring Chris. (Neo Soul, New Grooves) LP, Vinyl record album

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✨✧ VariousDiamonds – T-Groove Works Vol 1 ... CD
Kissing Fish (Japan), 2017. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
The music here is sharp as a diamond – thanks to great production and mixing from Yuki "T-Groove" Takahashi on all the cuts! Tunes are by a variety of artists, and are mostly in a soulful club style – upbeat, positive, and overflowing with great energy – never too uptempo, but always grooving – and often touched by as many jazzy elements in the music as there are soulful touches in the vocals! We've not seen most of these tracks on record in any other format – and titles include "Spring Fever" by T-Groove with Saucy Lady, "Give It Up (T-Groove ext rmx)" by Cool Million with Laura Jackson, "Take This Love (T-Groove rmx)" by Two Jazz Project with Marie Meney & Didier La Regie, "Let's Go Together (T-Groove rmx)" by Sho Kamijo with Ron Brown, "You Are Love (T-Groove disco mix)" by Rudi Wilburn, "Diamonds (T-Groove rmx)" by Two Jazz Project with Marie Mene & Didier La Regie, "Hotter (T-Groove rmx)" by The Doggett Brothers with Laura Jackson, and "Another Weekend (T-Groove single rmx)" by Peo featuring Chris. (Neo Soul, New Grooves) CD
 
 
 



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