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CD (Item 514860) Sony (Japan), 2006 — Condition: Used
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A brilliant follow-up to the first Inspiration set – and like that one, a unique collection of Japanese-only grooves – picked, mixed, and produced by a team that includes contributions from Yukihiro Fukutomi, DJ Mitsu, Kyoto Jazz Massive, Jazztronik, and Kenji Sakajiri of Especial Records! The lineup is incredibly heavy – proof that in the 21st Century, Japan's got as much to offer the global groove scene as better-known points on the European and American scene – and if anything, there's a real border-crossing feel here, as mixes shift back and forth between different modes and sources – exploring a range of 21st Century groove that has an especially cosmic edge! Titles include "Let Yourself Be Free" by Yukihiro Fukutomi with Tasita D'Mour, "Lighthouse (DJ Mitsu chic house mix)" by Five Corners Quintet, "One Chance (Yukihiro Fukutomi rmx)" by Realm & V, "Welcome 2 The Inspiration" by Kyoto Jazz Massive with Bembe Segue, "We Can Change This World" by DJ Spinna with Heavy, "Summer On My Mind" by Jazztronik with Ashley Slater, "The Galactica Suite (Domu rmx)" by Simon Grey, "Fly From The East (Kyoto Jazz Massive rmx)" by Aurora with Vanessa Freeman, "Living Love Song" by DJ Mitsu with Ivana Santilli, and "Give It Up" by ISoul8 with Valerie Etienne.  © 1996-2019, Dusty Groove, Inc.
(Out of print, includes obi.)

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