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Used CD Grade
We have only one grade for non-new CDs at Dusty Groove — "Used CD".
This grade is somewhat all-encompassing, but we choose it because we try to offer
Used CDs in the best shape possible.
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and if it does not, then you may return it for a full refund.
Jazztronik alone are great enough – but this excellent collection really takes them to a whole new level, by letting in collaborative talents on a host of remixes – all of which further expand the groove of Jazztronik's recent Cannibal Rock and En:Code albums! In recent years, ... CD
Always-great work from Jazztronik – a record that seems to open yet another great chapter in their endless pursuit of the groove! As before, keyboardist Ryota Nozaki is very firmly at the helm of the proceedings – playing a mixture of acoustic piano and electric keys in a way that ... CD
A great set of jazzy club tunes – selected and mixed by Jazztronik – and served up in a style that seems to make the tunes resonate even more strongly together! There's a "best of the best" sound here that's evident from the very first tune – as Jazztronik hand-pick ... CD
Do these guys ever get tired of making great records? We think not – and this sweet little 8 track set is more than proof of that fact! The album's a slice of Jazztronik's mellower side – the warmer, jazzier, more Brazilian-styled tunes that have always set them apart from most other ... CD
A remixed version of the Ananda Project's Release album – featuring a dozen tracks from that set, all redone in some very ambitious versions! Titles include "Bahia (Kyoto Jazz Massive mix)", "Breaking Down (Blu Mar Ten's back to mine mix)", "Expand Your Mind (King ... CD
Killer jazzy grooves from the London scene – a wonderful album that features Fender Rhodes and moog by Jessica Lauren and sweet vocals by singer Maiya James! The tunes have an approach that's a departure from the broken beats of recent years – and dip back into an older tradition that ... CD
Brilliant work from Agent K – one of the few London artists of the broken beat scene that seems ready to go global! Billed as "The Herbie Hancock of our generation", Agent K has a sound that really stretches back to Herbie's classic electric funk albums of the 70s – soaring ... CD
A great little EP from Mark De Clive-Lowe – whose way of inflecting timeless dancefloor heat with boundless cosmic atmosphere and a genuine love of global soul jazz has always been big part of his appeal – and he's doing it as deeply as ever here! The Leaving This Planet EP is ... CD
A funky fusion of post-millenium Brazilian club groove and contemporary hip hop from Marcelo D2! MD2 does a great job of demonstrating the all inclusive groove at the core of disparate musical elements. Almost every tune has a sound rooted in percussive samba, but the vibe stretches through ... CD
A beautiful album of straight Brazilian samba from singer Miriam Aida – normally known as the vocalist in electronic group A Bossa Eletrico, but stepping out here in a much more acoustically-styled set! Miriam's got a really lovely voice that sounds even better in a lighter setting like this ... CD
Sweet keyboard grooves from the Xaver Fischer Trio – an outfit that we haven't heard from for a few years, but who still sound totally great! The group's format is spare and simple – and very much dedicated to the spirit of smaller 70s keyboard funk – with stripped-down basslines ... CD
A collaboration between John Hughes (Slicker) and Shin Tasaki (Snanova) – an often lovely synthesis of stuttering electronic grooves and spacey melodies! Hefty has found a pretty comfortable niche in the melodious leftfield avant pop projects – with a sincere, unpretentious way of ... CD