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- LoSoul - Lies
- Swell Session - Music in her eyes
- Inner Zone Orchestra - People Make the World Go Round
- Dennis Tayler - Enough is Enough
- Frank De Jojo feat. Terri Pace - Turn Off The Lights (cfr. Larry Young)
- LTJ X-Perience feat. Jackson Sloan - No Rhyme No Reason
- Mushrooms - Marshall Jefferson VS Noosa Heads
- Sandwiches - Detroit Grand Pubahs
http://home.swipnet.se/~w-26153/mxtop2000.htm Gilles Peterson's top ten for 2000
- Jimi Tenor - 'Out Of Nowhere' (Warp)
- Jill Scott - 'Who Is Jill Scott?' (Epic)
- Virginia Rodriguez - 'Nos' (Hannibal)
- Da Lata - 'Songs From The Tin' (Palm Pictures)
- RZA - 'The Ghost Dog Soundtrack' (Victor Japan)
- Hefner - 'Residue' (Inertia)
- Quasimoto - 'The Unseen' (Stones Throw)
- Doctor Rockit - 'Indoor Fireworks' (Lifelike)
- Pole LP (Kiff sm)
- Saul Williams - 'Amethyst Rock Star' (American Recordings)
- Moodymann - Ya Blessin' Me
- Nova Classics 01 [Amazon FR] | [Amazon US] | [Amazon Uk]
1. Brother Louie (Undisputed Truth) 2. Who Is He And What Is He To You (Creative Source) 3. Do You Feel It?(Joe Cuba Sextet) 4. My World Is Empty Without You (Jose Feliciano) 5. Life (Bob Andy) 6. Close To You (Phyllis Dillon) 7. Brothers On The Slide (Cymande) 8. Going In Circles(The Friends Of Distinction) 9. The Revival (Radio Mix)(Martine Girault) 10. Love Theme From Spartacus (Zero7 Remix)(Terry Callier) 11. 15h38mn(Lefdup & Lefdup) 12. Promised Land (Original 12")(Joe Smooth) 13. Bim Bom (Gigi Galaxy) 14. Get On Your Knees (Necro) 15. Pusherman (Original Edit)(Bill Ben;Baggio) 16. Blood In The Street (Leroy Sibbles) 17. Cadeau Empoisonné (Sellam Renne)
- Last Night a DJ saved My Life [Amazon US]
1. Largo - Handel 2. Red alert chant - DJ Premiere 3. I got to get away - Barker, Dave 4. True true - U-Roy 5. Funky donkey - Purdie, Bernard 6. Do I love you (yes I do) - Wilson, Frank 7. It really hurts me girl (Tom Moulton mix) - Carstairs 8. Vicious rap - Winley, Tanya 9. Get ready (looking for love) (back to the music box edit) - LaBelle, Patti 10. Love is the message - MFSB & Salsoul Orchestra 11. Glad to know you (Disconet re-edit) - Jankel, Chas 12. Weekend (Larry Levan weekend mix) - Class Action 13. Snake charmer (Francois Kevorkian snake dub) - Jah Wobble & Holger Czukay/The Edge 14. Bird in a gilded cage - Jungle Wonz 15. Frequency 7 - Visage
- Essential Mix[1CD, Amazon US]
UK dance collection. Mixed by disco & house legend Francois K. This Album is a celebration of 25 years of New York dance music. 33 tracks from such artists as Earth, Wind & Fire, Chaka Khan, Kim English, Kraftwerk, Tribe Called Quest, De La Soul, Lisa Taylor, Francois K, Lil Louis and many more. 2000 release. Slimline double jewel case.
Track Listings: - 1. M 4.5 Basic-Maurizio 2. Love Money-Funkmasters - 3. La-Kou-A-Jephte Guillaume 4. Just Pillau-Akwaaba 5. Starchild-Level 42 6. Squib Cakes-Tower Of Power 7. There Was A Time-James Brown 8. Song For My Brother-George Benson 9. In The Stone-Earth Wind And Fire 10. I Know You I Live You-Chaka Khan 11. Nacer Do Sol-Kyoto Jazz Massive 12. Free Yourself-Virgo 13. Learn 2 Luv-King English 14. Law & Order-Love Committee 15. African Drug-Bob Holroyd 16. Mambo-Wally Badarou 17. Dark-Renegade 18. Storm-Billy Cobham 19. Atmospheric Beats-Kerri Chandler 20. No Way Back-Adonis 21. Sure Know How To Love Your Man-Willie Hutch 22. Throw-Paperclip People 23. Home Computer-Kraftwerk 24. Award Tour-Tribe Called Quest 25. Say No Go-De La Soul 26. Keep On-D Train 27. Did You Pray Today-Lisa Taylor 28. Caravelle-Jazzanova 29. Groovin'-Francois K 30. Jazzmen-Lil Louis 31. Percussion-St Germain 32. Together Forever-Exodus 33. Dreams Of Dub-King Tubby
- INCredible Sound of Gilles Peterson [Amazon US]
Gilles' excursions in jazz, hip hop, house, broken beats.
1. Free Your Mind And Your Ass Will Follow - Funkadelic 9. Upa Neguninho - Luiz Arruda Paez 2. Baila Piena (Off World Remix) - Papo Vasquez 10Mas Que Nada - Elza Soares 3. The Salon Section - Buscemi 11. Picadillo (Carl Craig's Breakdown Mix) - Johnny Bias 4. I Can See The Future (Ski'sa Main Mix) - Incognito 12. Coro Miyare - Fania All-Stars 5. I Am The Black Gold Of The Sun (4 Hero Mix) - Nu Yorican Soul 13. Skindo Le Le - Alive! 6. Nuther'n Like Thuther'n - Willis Jackson 14. See The Light - Eddie Russ 7. Who's Afraid of Virginia Wolf (Part 2) - Jimmy Smith 15. Let The Sun Shine In - Sons And Daughters Of Life 8. If The Papes Come - A Tribe Called Quest 16. Spread Love - Lenny Fontana Presents Black Sun
- Nouar - Cheikha Rimitti [1 CD, Amazon US]
The original queen of Algerian rai music is also one of the great survivors in all of Afropop, still on stage and in the studio in her 70s.
By the 1930s, the Berber, Bedouin and Andalusian elements that would ultimately lead to rai music had coalesced in a style called wahrani. Wahrani was championed by cheikhas--female singers--in the bars of Algeria's "Little Paris," the coastal city of Oran. Cheikhas voiced the complaints of working class people in French colonial Algeria, upsetting officials. They also sang openly about sex, upsetting conservative mujahedin rebels.
Today, though over 75 years old, Rimitti continues to record.
- Latin Spectrum 2 (2000) - Various Artists [CD, Amazon US] [FR] [DE] [UK]
1. Corta el Bonche - Tito Puente 2. Ella Esta en Otre Rumba - Justo Betancourt 3. Que Se Vaya - Bobby Cruz 4. Retorno del Mambo - Johnny Colon 5. Guarare - Ray Barretto 6. Hay Que Saber Comenzar - Roberto Roena 7. Canuto - Sonny Bravo 8. Tierra Colora - Nestor Torres 9. Arinara - Willie Garcia 10. Bomba Camara - Bobby Cruz 11. Algo Facil 12. Sabor los Rumberos Nuevos - Angel Canales 13. Periquitto Pin Pin 14. Celito Lindo
- Sampled (2000)- Various Artists [2 CD, Amazon US] [FR] [DE] [UK]
1. Troubled So Hard-Vera Hall 2. Take Yo' Praise-Camille Yarbrough 3. It's Ecstasy When You Lay Down Next To Me-Barry White 4. I Got The..-Labi Siffre 5. Old Cape Cod-Patti Page 6. The Magic Number-Bob Dorough 7. Woman Of The Ghetto-Marlena Shaw 8. Think (About It)-Lyn Collins 9. Funky Drummer-James Brown 10. Who Is He And What Is He To You?-Creative Source 11. Chase The Devil-Max Romeo And The Upsetters 12. Why?-Carly Simon 13. Superfreak-Rick James 14. I'm Coming Out-Diana Ross 15. Good Times-Chic 16. Rose Royce-Is It Love You're After? 17. Musique-Keep On Jumpin' 18. I Can't Go For That-Hall & Oates 19. Buddy X-Neneh Cherry 20. Everybody's Gotta Learn Sometime-The Korgis 21. Love Is You-Carol Williams 22. Fate-Chaka Khan 23. Let Me Down Easy-Rare Pleasure 24. Soup For One-Chic 25. Reach Up-Toney Lee 26. Expansions-Lonnie Liston Smith 27. Celebration Suite-Airto 28. The Beat Goes On-Buddy Rich 29. Sliced Tomatoes-Just Brothers 30. Bring Down The Birds-Herbie Hancock 31. Soul Bossa Nova (Original Mix)-Quincy Jones 32. Sway-Rosemary Clooney 33. Ain't There Something Money Can't Buy-Young Holt Unlimited 34. Grandma's Hand's-Bill Withers 35. Hercules-Aaron Neville 36. Ike's Rap II-Isaac Hayes 37. Be Thankful For What You've Got-William De Vaughn 38. Cantaloupe Island-Herbie Hancock 39. Is It Because I'm Black-Sly Johnson 40. Stratus-Billy Cobham
This is a great compilation of rare tracks that have been sampled by the great and not so great (Moby, Fatboy Slim, Robbie Williams, LL Cool J, Gang Starr, Massive Attack - who get 2 (1) entries!), from old-skool disco (Musique, Carol Williams, Creative Source), reggae (the Prodigy-sampled Max Romeo's Chase the Devil), blaxploitation-style jazz and funk (Lonnie Liston Smith, Young Holt Unlimited, Herbie Hancock, Marlena Shaw) , to cheesy 50's songs (Patti Page)!
Loads of snippets these songs have turned up on dance, pop, and hip-hop tracks...yes even the infamous (and litigious!) Funky Drummer by James Brown is here!
Really the shocking thing is how much better most of these songs are than the modern sampled versions, and how much they use these songs as a 'crutch' and rely on their relative obscurity of mainly black artist originals...I mean Rockafeller Skank by Fatboy Slim IS Sliced tomatoes by the Just brothers, with an annoying shouty vocal and modern drums. Nothing original there, but the track the sample's taken from is great funky ska-inflected surfer style groove. And Moby's lifted whole vocal segments from Troubled so hard by Vera Hall for his 'Natural Blues'. What's the originality in stealing whole chunks from a emotional spiritual/gospel tune with no backing music?!?
Other standout tracks are Marlena Shaw's 'Woman of the Ghetto' (sampled for Blueboy's 'Remember Me' which cruelly took all of the black-power politics OUT and used the ding-ding-ga-ding vocal!), Ain't there something money can't buy by Young holt unlimited, sampled by Gang Starr's Love sick, but an equally or better track...and much more political than the hip-hop track.
Take Yo' Praise by Camille Yarbrough, again ripped off by Fatboy Slim for the vocal to 'Praise You', the only redeeming feature being that he's brought to our attention a great track that otherwise may be overlooked...Soup for One by Chic which became the ultra-cheesy Lady by Modjo, and Expansions by Lonnie Liston Smith, for which the bass groove was taken for the equally sample-political 'Talkin' all that Jazz' by Stetsasonic...
The one thing that does amaze is the tiny loops that go to make up whole songs, and for this I think there is some originality, rather than Fatboy's and Moby's lifting of whole vocal riffs: that filter-disco-groove that made Stardust's Music Sounds Better with You so cool is actually a tiny snippet from Fate by Chaka Khan, and similarly an amazing usse of a miniscule sample is Spiller's Groovejet which uses a tiny intro bit and congas from the disco-soul of Love is you by Carol Williams. This kind of reconstruction I can see some worth and skill in, like Black Box totally recreating another track from Loleatta Hollaway's Love Sensation; actually an amazing technical (if dubious) task.
I'd highly recommend this double CD set: the sum of the whole of this compilation equals much more than all of the more famous tracks put together.
These tracks and artists deserve much more recognition than a 2-second riff...it's ideal for sample trainspotters, but it's not an academic exercise as the original tunes are so great that ANYBODY should have this. --timbearcub / tim baker for amazon.com
- Vengo (2000)- Various Artists [1 CD, Amazon FR]
1. A Mi Nina Rosa Alba(Tomatito) 2. Naci En Alamo (Radio Edit)(Pisa Remedios Silva) 3. Arrinconamela(Gritos De Guerra) 4. Calle Del Aire(La Caita) 5. Techno Del Rey (Instrumental) 6. Flamenco Soufi(Tomatito;Sheik Al Tuni) 7. Buleria(Gritos De Guerra) 8. Apparition(Groupe Jose) 9. Lloro Por Tokyo (A Capella)(Coneja Maria La) 10. El Moro(Gritos De Guerra;Erguner Kudsi) 11. Madad (Chant Soufi)(Sheik Al Tuni) 12. Chant Du Baptème (Buleria)(La Paquera De Jerez) 13. L'arbre Du Duende(Bobote) 14. Chant De La Douleur (Seguiriya)(La Paquera De Jerez) 15. Sawwah(Benhmad Mostafa) 16. Mecanique Garage (Instrumental) 17. Naci En Alamo(Pisa Remedios Silva) [...]
- Things to Make & Do (2000) - Moloko [CD, Amazon US] [FR] [DE] [UK]
Prior to "Sing It Back" being remixed into an Ibizan pant-swinging classic, Mark Brydon and Roisin Murphy were, of course, best known for being the acceptable face of comedy trip-hop. Therefore, anyone expecting Things To Make And Do to be full of handbag-circling, dancefloor stormers is in for a bit of a shock. You see, Moloko are an experimental pop band and not the disco stalwarts their success implies. Unfortunately, this often involves being as irritating as possible. Take "Indigo" for instance, a song so lyrically unhinged it makes "Lily The Pink" seem profound; or the snappily titled "If You Have A Cross To Bear You Might As Well Use It As A Crutch"--an anarchic showdown between Gilbert & Sullivan and Joy Division that's just plain daft. Murphy's voice still resonates like a loved-up Fenella Fielding--all trembling operetta meets pussy-cat growl, but Brydon's rhythmic quirks and off-kilter sounds are perfunctory, often bordering on the puerile. It's not all bad: "Absent Minded Friends" sounds rich and sentimental, while the languid bossa vibe drifting through "Being Is Believing" is Kate Bush in all but name. Ultimately though, the faults here far outweigh the virtues. --Paul Tierney for amazon.co.uk
Moloko is the name of a dance-pop group from Sheffield, England, consisting of Roisin Murphy and Mark Brydon. Their first album, entitled Do you like my tight sweater? See how it fits my body was Roisin's chat-up line to Mark at a party back in 1995. --http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moloko [Mar 2005]
- OHM: The Early Gurus of Electronic Music [Amazon US] [BOX SET]
Track Listings Disc: 1 1. Tchaikovsky: Valse Sentimentale - Clara Rockmore 2. Oraision - Olivier Messiaen 3. Etude aux Chemins de Fer - Pierre Schaeffer 4. Williams Mix - John Cage 5. Klangstudie 6. Low Speed 7. Dripsody - Hugh Le Caine 8. Main Title from "Forbidden Planet" - Bebe Barron 9. Concertando Rubato: Elektronische Tanzsuite - Oskar Sala 10. Poème Électronique - Edgard Varèse 11. Sine Music (A Swarm of Butterflies Encountered over the Ocean) - Richard Maxfield 12. Apocalypse - Tod Dockstader 13. Kontakte - Karlheinz Stockhausen 14. Wireless Fantasy - Vladimir Ussachevsky 15. Philomel - Milton Babbitt 16. Spacecraft - M.E.V. Disc: 2 1. Cindy Electronium - Raymond Scott 2. Pendulum Music - Steve Reich 3. Bye Bye Butterfly - Pauline Oliveros 4. Projection Esemplastic for White Noise - Joji Yuasa 5. Silver Apples of the Moon, Pt. 1 - Morton Subnotnick 6. Rainforest Version 1 - David Tudor 7. Poppy Nogood and the Phantom Band - Terry Riley 8. Boat-Woman-Song - Holger Czukay 9. Music Promenade - Luc Ferrari 10. Rosace 3 - François Bayle 11. Mutations - Jean-Claude Risset 12. Hibiki/Hana/Ma - Iannis Xenakis 13. Map of 49's Dream the Two Systems of Eleven Sets of Galactic Intervals - La Monte Young Disc: 3 1. Speech Songs: He Destroyed Her Image - Charles Dodge 2. Six Fantasies on a Poem by Thomas Campion: Her Song - Paul Lansky 3. Appalachian Grove I - Laurie Spiegel 4. En Phase/Hors Phase - Bernard Parmegiani 5. On the Other Ocean - David Behrman 6. Stria - John Chowning 7. Living Sound - Maryanne Amacher 8. Automatic Writing - Robert Ashley 9. Canti Illuminati - Alvin Curran 10. Music on a Long Thin Wire - Alvin Lucier 11. Melange - Klaus Schulze 12. Before and After Charm - Jon Hassell 13. Unfamiliar Wind (Leeks Hills) - Brian Eno
- El Baile Aleman - Senor Coconut Y Su Conjunto [1 CD, Amazon US]
First, I must confess that tropical music isn't my cup of tea, after this, I want to state that the work that made Sr. Coconut left me fascinated! The way he give the felling, own from tropical music, to the electronic originals, is so warm [I dare to say 'organic'] so you can forget that are made from sampled instruments. The traditional marimbas and güiros run beautifully through almost all the tracks; the vocal work of this guy (Argenis Brito) is well done, and even less robotic and more close to a conventional 'charanguero' singer. -- Nestor Gonzalez Vargas for Amazon.com [...]
- Femi Kuti - Remixed [1 CD, Amazon US]
One of the best Afrobeat releases ever - primarily due to the phenomenal mix. While Femi's father Fela's afrobeat succeeded in spite of lacadasical mixes, here a group of mostly french producers lay a thick and drum-heavy house style mix on Femi's contemporary take on afrobeat and the result is fantastic - this double CD pushes afro-beat into the 22nd century with a nod and a wink to King Tubby on the way. The usual afro beat horn arrangements are pushed to the background allowing a unique focus on the rythmic elements. I hope Femi continues in this direction instead of following the usual label-charted path for African mucisians - packing releases with lame guest spots by rappers and rockstars - stay underground, Femi, and keep it real. -- RP from NYC for amazon.com
Femi Kuti is the son of Fela Kuti, in this 2000 project he is remixed by Kerri Chandler, Francois Kevorkian, MAW, Ashley Beedle, Mateo and Matos, Joe Claussell, who is Dixon, Chari? [...]
- Stop and Listen 5 [Amazon US]
Disc: 1 1. Troubled Girl - Karen Ramirez 2. Melting Pot - Boris Gardner 3. Thousand Fingered Man - Candido 4. Burnin' - Pepe Braddock 5. Wishin' You Were Here - Blaze 6. Beau Mot Plage - Isolee 7. When You Touch Me - Taana Gardener 8. Je Ka Jo - Joe Claussell 9. Puerto Rico - Eddie Palmieri Disc: 2 1. Rude Movements - Sun Palace 2. Seventh Heaven - Gwen Guthrie 3. Number Uno - Cleptomaniacs 4. Coro Miyare - Fania All Stars 5. Saudabe Vem Correndo - Jazz Samba Encore 6. See Line Woman - Nina Simone (my Godmother!) 7. Getcho Soul Togetha Pt.1 - Breakestra 8. Getcho Soul Togetha Pt.2 - Breakestra 9. 2F4U - Slum Village 10. Slowly Surely - Jill Scott 11. Time Is Running Out - Doug E.Carn
Favourites of Louie and Kenny [...]
- ESG - A South Bronx Story [Amazon US]
The four Scroggins sisters (Renee, Deborah, Valerie, and Marie) and neighbor Tito Libran burst on to the music scene from left field in 1981 with the remarkable success of "UFO" and "Moody" off their debut 12-inch record. Thanks to the ascendance of hip-hop, the South Bronx was very much on the musical map at the time. But ESG's minimalist funk, which featured live instruments, was closer in spirit to what was coming out of the U.K. at the time--PiL, Gang of Four, and the Factory label (which released ESG's first three songs). Their approach also had kinship to New York bands Konk, Bush Tetras, and Liquid Liquid (the latter two would become their label-mates on the semi-legendary 99 Records). "Moody" entered permanent rotation at New York dance clubs such as the Paradise Garage, while "UFO" became a hip-hop building block, used as sample material for at least a dozen other records (and still counting). The appeal of the tracks lay in the taut interaction between Deborah and Valerie's bass and drums, abetted by Marie and Tito's congas as well as Renee's sparse but precise guitar and unadorned vocal style. The stripped-down nature of the sound lent itself to hip-hop producers' layering on top of it and has helped the music successfully weather the intervening decades--there's none of that "What were they thinking with that synthesizer sound?" problem that afflicts some early '80s music. The CD includes much of their 99 Records output and tracks from their self-titled 1991 release on the Pow Wow label. The 99 Records label itself went down in legal flames, and that Renee Scroggins' apparently owns the rights to the music is noteworthy in itself. But the historical significance and sheer listenability of the music make this a most welcome reissue. --Bob Bannister [...]
- Disco not Disco - Various Artists[1CD, Amazon US] [FR] [DE] [UK]
1. Walking On Thin Ice - Yoko Ono 2. Cavern - Liquid Liquid 3. Tell You Today - Loose Joints 4. Spatisticus Autisticus - Ian Dury 5. Over And Over - Material 6. Wheel Me Out - Was (Not Was) 7. Kiss Me Again - Dinosaur 8. I Walk - Don Cherry 9. Voices Inside My Head - Common Sense 10. School Bell/Tree House - Indian Ocean 11. Macho City - Steve Miller Band
Three great Arthur Russell tracks, 'Tell You Today' and 'School Bell/Tree House', 'Kiss Me Again'. Ian Dury is a Sly & Robbie production.
- Vocal City - Luomo [1 CD, Amazon US]
Luomo is the newest alias of the artist known best as Vladislav Delay, whose austerely minimalist dub-influenced tech-house is the stock in trade of the Chain Reaction and (to a lesser extent) Mille Plateaux labels. The extent to which fans of that sound are interested in this release should be partly the extent to which their tastes extend to the application of that aesthetic to vocal house-music tracks, which is what Mille Plateaux's Force Tracks imprint was created to explore. Although the more abstract house producers have often treated singers as source material hardly different from the electronic elements of the mix, the notion that vocals represent a "human" element, or at least a connection to the world of song, is hard to shake. Luomo may indeed shake you of that idea, as the vocals are just another one of the many layers on these dense tracks, often not appearing until after many minutes of slow accretion of sounds, at which time a few words or phrases are electronically processed and looped endlessly. All of which makes the track "Tessio" even more startling, when a full-fledged multi-voiced R&B song worthy of the Paradise Garage suddenly appears. Even from a musician who has been heading in a half-dozen directions at once over the past year, this is quite a surprising release. -Bob Bannister [...]
- Nine O'Clock Drop - Andy Weatherall [Amazon US]
1. Nice mover - gina x performance 2. Dominatrix sleeps tonite - dominatrix 3. Coup - 23 skidoo 4. My spine (is the bassline) - shriekback 5. Genius - quando quango 6. Water line - a certain ratio 7. Vegas el bandito - 23 skidoo 8. Black and white mix up - 400 blows 9. P2E remix - torch song 10. Warm leatherette - the normal 11. October (love song)'86 version - chris and cosey 12. Looks lie we're shy one horse - colourbox 13. Warrior charge - aswad
"This is not the soundtrack to complete an easily assembled life (less) style, this is not the soundtrack for ad agency pick and mix culture snitches, this is not the soundtrack to an imaginary film, this is the soundtrack to one million stories, Jah willing, you will never be told." Andy Weatherall [...]
- Frankie Knuckles - Collection of Classics [Amazon US]
Two cds, one disco, one house, the house one is not exceptional, the disco one is. Disco CD (mixed) 1. Convertion - Let's Do It 2 .Cheryl Lynn - You Saved My Day 3. Bumble Bee Unlimited - Love Bug 4. Positive Force - We Got The Funk 5. Tempest Trio - Do You Like The Way That It Feels 6. Sharon Redd - Can You Handle It 7. Billy Frazier & Friends - Billy Who? 8. Candido - Thousand Finder Man 8. Billy Ocean - Nights (Feel Like Getting Down) 9. Paradise - Change 10. George Duke - I Want You For Myself 11.Eumir Deodato - Night Cruiser 12. Nick Straker Band - A Little Bit of Jazz 13. Juggy Murray Jones - Inside America
- Brazil: Essential Album [2CD, Amazon US]
1. Mas Que Nada - Tamba Trio 2. Come With Me - Tânia Maria 3. Águas de Março (Waters of March) - Antonio Carlos Jobim 4. Cena - Beatriz Azevedo 5. Âmbar - Maria Bethania 6. It Might as Well Be Spring - Stan Getz 7. Ole Ola - Chico Buarque 8. Embola a Bola - Djavan 9. So Danço Samba - Antonio Carlos Jobim 10. Brasil Pandeiro - Novos Baianos 11. Roda - Elis Regina 12. Tiro Ao Alvaro (Hit the Bull's Eye) - Adoniran Barbosa 13. Adelita - Jorge Ben 14. Samba de Flora - Airto Moreira 15. Rapunzel - Daniela Mercury 16. O Dia Em Que Faremos Contato - Lenine Disc: 2 1. Agua de Beber - Antonio Carlos Jobim 2. Outro Inverno - Sylvia Patricia 3. Girl from Ipanema 4. Pára-Raio - As Meninas 5. Milagre - Quarteto em Cy 6. Vento de Maio - Elis Regina 7. Samba de Orly - Chico Buarque 8. Novos Baianos - Novos Baianos 9. Tonga da Mironga Do Kabulete - Toquinho 10. Multo Obrigado - Djavan 11. Freio Aerodynamico - Marcos Valle 12. Beija-Flor - Timbalada 13. Taj Mahal/Fio Maravilha/Pais Tropical - Jorge Ben 14. Feminina 15. Para Lennon E McCartney - Friends from Rio
[Compiled and annotated by John Armstrong, double CD] [...]
- Spirit of Brasil - Compilation[2CDs, Amazon US]
1. Mas Que Nada - Elza Soares 2. Mar de Copacabana - Gilberto Gil 3. O Velho Francisco - Chico Buarque 4. Canto de Ossanha - Baden Powell 5. Cinco Crianças - Edú Lobo 6. Anos Dourados 7. Catavento - Alaide Costa 8. Para Que Digladiar - Jorge Ben 9. Berimbau Consolacao - Toquinho 10. Samba da Rosa 11. Pedro Brasil - Djavan 12. Take Sarava - Silvia Torres 13. Mama Africa - Chico César 14. Namorada - Carlinhos Brown 15. O Dia Em Que Faremos Contato - Lenine Disc: 2 1. Escravos de Jo - Kerri Chandler 2. Onde Anda Meu Amor - The Reminiscence Quartet 3. Brazillian Beats [Body 'N' Soul Mix] - Masters at Work 4. Flying High [Masters at Work Brazillian Vocal Mix] - Byron Stingily 5. Fedime's Flight - Jazzanova 6. Pele - Ballistic Brothers 7. Humana 8. Love Beat [Nicola Conte Fez Remix] 9. Galicia 10. Brazil 11. Ponteio 12. Pachacuti - Soul Ascendants 13. Mango Mongo - Moodorama 14. Você Gosta - Suba 15. Felix [Old and new on two cds.][...]
- Supermodified (2000) - Amon Tobin [Amazon US] [FR] [DE] [UK]
Amazon.com's Best of 2000: Amon Tobin's off-kilter rhythms and jazzy samples create a beautiful mess on Supermodified. Feeding off Latin rhythms, downtempo beats, and wildly adventurous musical jumbles, Tobin's manic bliss never allows the songs to wander, working a sense of method into a sea of crazy atmospheres. The result is focused, enticing, and fascinating. --Matthew Cooke for amazon.com
At the junction of jazz and breakbeat science, Amon Tobin is one of the undisputed masters. Instead of drawing on jazz samples and styles as a sort of prepackaged cultural signifier, he's engaged in the cross-fertilization and recontextualizing that many aspire to but not so many achieve. On this release, he casts his net farther afield--the smoky nightclub trumpets and sultry beats of 1998's Permutation are still present, but the hummingly intense electronics and roiling drums on tracks like... read more --Amazon.com
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