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Miss Lounge Universe – France
CD (Item 976219) Rambling (Japan), 2003 — Condition: Used
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If all airports sounded this great, we'd travel all the time! Copenhagen Airport is the 3rd in Rambling's exploration of the best grooves from the current Scandinavian scene – a host of tracks from Deeplay Records of the past few years, served up in a lively mix of soulful house and more ... CD
A great overview of some of the best recent work from the Scandinavian scene – one of the grooviest and jazziest around! The set brings together work from the Raw Fusion and Deeplay labels, plus a few other bits – and really goes for tunes that showcase the cleaner, jazzier styles of ... CD
The first full length set from a group we love for their earlier singles on Comet Records – and who step out here with a well-crafted approach to dancefloor Brazilian! Nutropic have a soulful sensibility that goes way beyond simple bossa remix tricks – a style that balances Brazilian ... CD
A very organic set of grooves – from the banana-produced packaging, to Spiritual Life-styled tunes on the set! The album does a great job of blending together on-location sound bits – recorded in Haiti and elsewhere – with a mixture of upbeat and mellow tunes that bubble over ... CD
A collection of Beatfanatic tunes and other tracks he's remixed – put together with enough depth to stand as a Beatfanatic album on its own! The European beat maker's touches are all over the set – which has a bristling, crisp sort of feel that's totally great – a style that's ... CD
Modern Brazilian groovers – wonderfully breezy, with a kind of a remix twist – but overall, still filled with the warm spirit and the gentle groove of the bossa era! Most of these tracks feature live instrumentation and real vocals – not just the "bossa effects" and ... CD
Thievery Corporation are back after a long hiatus – and they've returned to the fold with a host of surprising guest stars! The set's got a really wide range of grooves – as one might expect when the group's working with artists that include David Byrne, Perry Farrell, and The Flaming ... CD
The Red Hot series returns to Rio – for a 2CD set with a pretty incredible roster – steeped in a love of Brazilian music and featuring many classic and contemporary Brazilian artists as well as international adventurers! It's pretty impressive – if you thought the Red Hot series ... CD
An incredible debut from Okada Taxi – the kind of future soul classic we'll be digging for years! Okada handles the keyboards and programming on the set – next to an assortment of great instrumentation on trumpet, Wurlitzer, and acoustic bass – plus key guest work by artists that ... CD
The first really well-titled volume of this series – because this time around, the sound is a lot funkier than before! Over the past few years, Unique Records have been moving more strongly into funk-based territory – shedding some of their more dancefloor-oriented styles for heavier ... CD
Breezy bossa jazz steeped grooves from Italy's Papik – jazzy and effervescent, with a more of a live feel than so many on the international bossa based melodic tip – with loops and studio flourishes subtly blended with with a really sweet sound throughout! The female lead vocal parts ... CD