Back For The Morning - Various - Perfect Playlist: Dance Volume Two (CD)


Download Back For The Morning - Various - Perfect Playlist: Dance Volume Two (CD)
2006
Label: Robbins Entertainment - 76869-75065-2 • Series: Perfect Playlist • Format: CD Compilation • Country: US • Genre: Electronic • Style: Hi NRG, House

Views Read Edit View history. Help Learn to edit Community portal Recent changes Upload file. Download as PDF Printable version. Italiano Edit links. A Man After Midnight ". Orange Blue. Sniff 'n' the Tears. Guy Sebastian feat. Jordin Sparks. Natalie Bassingthwaighte. The Black Eyed Peas. Chris Brown. Retrieved 18 June Categories : English grammar English words. Hidden categories: Articles with short description Short description is different from Wikidata Wikipedia indefinitely semi-protected pages Articles with hAudio microformats Pages including recorded pronunciations.

Namespaces Article Talk. Views Read View source View history. Help Learn to edit Community portal Recent changes Upload file. The closing rendition of 'Love Is Everwhere', in particular, where Sanders and his band's incredible playing fades at the end into the sounds of communal bliss from the audience, imparts the joy of music in its purest form. Two very fine records for Hessle Audio and Timedance weren't all Laksa had to offer in Loaded with numerous tempo shifts, there's a surprise or, put simply, another huge banger at every turn.

Mike Paradinas' always forward facing Planet Mu label has just turned 25 and is celebrating with this compilation of 15 relatively hearty party bangers. RP Boo's up for it 'Finally Here' develops from stuttering juke jam into a squelchy acid electro banger that cheekily interpolates Class Action's 'Weekend', while Skee Mask brings lush synthetic chamber symphonics to his remix of Konx Om Pax's 'Rez'.

By the time you've got through other dance floor manglers by East Man, Meemo Comma and Rian Treanor, you'll be wanting to present them with a cake bearing 25 candles and wishing them all the best for the next quarter of a century.

I wish there were more collections like this. It opens with one of Eliane Radigue's Occam pieces she only allows certain people to play her music and includes a mix of early music by Tobias Hume, classical pieces by Messiaen and avant-garde compositions. Many are minimal and grounded in the instrument's body or material construction. The Alison Knowles piece consists of a beating of the body of the instrument that moves on to the strings.

Curtis's own pieces have the sort of instrumental drift of Gastr Del Sol — nonchalant guitars and brushes on snares. It is a salve. Jennifer Lucy Allan. This gloriously odd record leads you to many discoveries. The opening tracks on the release are six recordings from the s of an ancient folk music and dance ritual that was employed to cure Tarantismo; a psychological condition characterised by an extreme sometimes deadly impulse to dance, believed to be caused by the bite of a tarantula.

The second half consists of modern interpretations. Tarantismo was found mainly in southern Italy — around the Greek colony of Taranta — during the mediaeval and the early modern periods. And, given the times, it seems the dance cure took the form of an exorcism. In more recent years this form of music based round creating long and fast rhythmic passages has developed and is used in therapy for patients with certain forms of depression and hysteria.

The effects of the music on the endocrine system your glands in other words is now an object of serious research. High on the list of historical tragedies inflicted on African-Americans' cultural history is the impact of the s AIDS crisis. In the discos of New York, queer black men were able to find a place of sexual and social liberation just as they invented much of the electronic music many take for granted today.

Maxx Mann's debut album, reissued by the Dark Entries label, is one of the finest and most important archival releases of recent years, carrying in its smooth electro jams, not only a ribald sexuality, but also a poignancy — a multi-racial group, founder member Paul Hamman died of AIDS, while Frank Oldham Jr worked in AIDS advocacy charities Luke Turner. It has been around for most of my life and I've been around people who have record collections and that's the record that if there is any jazz at all, that's it.

If you like Black Sabbath then there's a good chance that might be your one jazz record if you've got one. So it's supposed to be cool. I first heard it when I was ten. I was like, 'What's this shit? I hate this. The songs go on for 20 minutes. Then when I was like 20 I would go, 'Ah no! I don't get it. It just feels like it's going to go on forever. The music is gorgeous and soothing, intimate and direct.

Between sweet and affecting melodies you can hear the sounds of fingers clicking on keys, buried voices counting time in the distance. Taking away the mercurial, frenetic vocals that appear on his other albums makes the music's more directly emotional and calming qualities "easier to digest," as he puts it, which is the point of the release.

Can't it just be the nice bits? One of the things I wanted to do with this album is to make more people welcome.

Throughout The Neptune Collection 's nine cuts, sweet folk melodies carried by taught woodwind, piano, guitars, and percussion licks appear not as main compositional themes, but almost as happy accidents of an experimental and free practice. As Clark's collective entertained an inter- and multimedial combination of theatre, dance, poetry, and music, the record's makeup was shaped into a similarly heterogenous form. Texturally and structurally rich like an ambient fresco.

Painted with an elegant amalgam of Celtic dances, free jazz freakouts, klezmer's joyful laments, and Balearic meditations. Haunted by an overwhelming sense of existing at the end of a summer that was never supposed to end.

Anachronistic, yet perfectly preserved in amber tones. I'm going to come clean and admit that before this album landed in my inbox this March, I had scarcely listened to a note of Lennie Tristano and knew little of his backstory. But for whatever reason I've found myself reaching for these sixteen cuts more than almost any others this past nine months.

Time was, if you needed music for your B-picture thriller you would either go with a small jazz group or an astringent Schoenbergian exercise in atonality. With Tristano, you get both. The King Of Sudanese Jazz a record that fizzes and cracks with electricity and energy, dominated by the musician's extraordinarily charismatic vocal presence.

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Now 01 appeared in July of that year, followed by Now 02 in time for Christmas Now 08 was the last of this series however a second series took over this time with seasons instead of volumes for example Now Winter , Now Spring Now Summer was the last in the second series, on the third series the season was dropped and instead the year and volume is used for example Now Vol.

In the Now Summer was the first double disc edition in the Australian series. The series is compiled in co-ordination with New Zealand's top record companies. Records which only released three albums from to Now has been seen in Argentina , with at least nine releases. The track listings on the Argentine Now albums are only slightly different from those of the Mexican ones. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. UK compilation album series.

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  1. Various - Perfect Playlist Workout, Volume One - miner-all.net Music Skip to main miner-all.net Hello You'll no doubt enjoy the sound of the beautifully remastered songs on this CD, unlike the compromised sound of an MP3 file. but that's what upbeat dance is. Reviewed in the United States on December 20, /5(4).
  2. Oct 20,  · Colin Curtis presents Jazz Dance Fusion 2 by Various Artists, released 27 November 1. Paoli Mejias – Revelation 2. Leslie Lewis & Gerard Hagen Trio – Keeper Of The Flame 3. Curtis Lundy - Never Gonna Let You Go 4. 8VB - Gengis 5. Marita Albán Juárez Quartet – Upa Neguinho 6. JD Walter - Golden Lady 7. Steven Kroon - Tombo 7/4 8.
  3. Strut Records' crucial compendium of Factory's lesser-known, deadly dancefloor killers trustingly collected by the legendary Bill Brewster - 24 in total spanning definitive early-mid '80s music by Section 25, The Durutti Column, Marcel King, Quando Quango, Biting Tongues and many more. They span the nascent years of the influential Manchester label, charting the double refraction .
  4. Feb 17,  · While i agree with what people have said about the commercial aspects of the compilation releases etc the club itself has stayed true. i was at ministry last night, first time since and the place just has,nt changed a bit. just like of old a lot of the time the sound seems bass heavy but at about 3am the sounds became super clear, stripped down house music .
  5. Tracklist La Bouche - Sweet Dreams La Bouche - Be my lover Alice DeeJay - Better off alone Dj Ross - Dreamland T42 - Melody blue Technotro.
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of "Greatest Hits Of The 70's" on Discogs.
  7. The best hit music of the '70s in one 10 CD collection! Pop Goes the '70s includes feel-good tunes, mellow soft rock, disco classics, and love song hits.
  8. Each album is professionally mixed making them perfect for use at miner-all.net tracks are individually indexed and can be selected individually. There are a number of UK Garage compilation albums available with a lot of duplication of tracks. In my view, the Ministry of Sound with the addition of volume two offers the best selection/5(32).

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