Welcome to the Blue Dubs series. It's a brand new "digital mini compilations" project curated by Luca Blue and Master Margherita. We've asked some of our favourite musicians to remix each other's tracks; Blue Dubs Volume 1 is the marvellous result of what they created they played with each other's music, they re-programmed and remixed: a new sonic journey is created and ready to welcome you all. It's made of tribalistic, electroni. I have loved Seb Taylor's chill out tunes from the very beginning because hes ingenious way to speak through sounds. I think my feelings are really coming alive when I am listening hes records. He is a really important inspiration source for me!
Really good album with some interesting covers. The stand out track is James Blunt's cover of Elton John's "I guess that's why they call it the blues" - stripped right back to its bare core. Worth getting the album for this track alone. Other stand out tracks include Passenger's Damien Rice-style take on Dire Straits "Romeo & Juliet", Katie Melua's unsurprisingly sultry take on Black's "Wonderful Life" and a very laid back Will Young's cover of "Teardrops" (Womack & Womack)
Mixed By – Kolja, Producer – D. Hanke. 7. –Speedometer (2). Again & Again (DJ Format Mix). Remix – DJ FormatWritten-By, Producer – L. Gracie. 8. –Ray Camacho & The Tear Drops. Movin' On. Producer – Ray CamachoWritten-By – Muller, Williamston.
The Sounds released their third studio album Crossing the Rubicon, on 2 June 2009, via Original Signal Recordings (US and Canada) and Arnioki Records, their independent label. They collaborated with Mark Saunders as well as James Iha and Adam Schlesinger on the album. The album was mixed by Tim Palmer (Bowie, Pearl Jam, HIM, Cure) at his '62 Studios. On his official Twitter, keyboard player Jesper Anderberg announced that The Sounds were in the studio working on their yet-to-be-named fifth studio album, which should be released around summer of 2013. They also said that the album "is a great reflection of our last 10 years of touring, playing live and making music together!".
Various artists - (рус. различные исполнители ) - часто применяемое коллективное имя исполнителей в названиях сборников музыки. Чаще всего встречающееся в названиях сборников именно электронной музыки. Год релиза - любой - 1989. Месяц релиза - любой - January February March April May June July August September October November December.
Still, for those staunch souls who have stuck through this whole series, it does at least offer a change of pace from the usual fare it contains, though like the other volumes, this is pretty mediocre or generic British '60s rock music for the most part
Album: Sounds From The Heart Of Gothenburg. Let’s see, the opening track is In Plain View and the closing track is Take This Lif. oy this is SAD!! this is a crock of shit. Well, when the bow breaks, the cradle will fall. And it has fallen here; it has fallen. This is pathetic, named an album Sounds From The Heart Of Gothenburg, without one song of your past catalogue. I mean not a single song that actually embrace the Gothenburg sound.
The Sounds of Science. Produced by Dust Brothers. Engineered by Mario Caldato, Jr. and assisted by Allen Abrahamson, The Sounds of Science was recorded at Mario G’s and mixed at Record Plant. Samples include: Back in the . by The Beatles, from the White Album (1968). Walk from Regio’s by Isaac Hayes, from the Shaft soundtrack (1971). My Philosophy by Boogie Down Productions, from the album, By Any Means Necessary (1988). When I’m Sixty-Four by The Beatles, from the album, Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band (1967). Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band by The Beatles, from the album, Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band.
The album features most of the moment's major bands (minus Nirvana), as well as forebears like Paul Westerberg and Jimi Hendrix and alterna-fellow travelers Smashing Pumpkins, with highlights including two righteous Pearl Jam songs, a rabid Soundgarden screamer ("Birth Ritual"), a cavernous banger from Alice In Chains ("Would?") and a barnburning. He came up with a groundbreaking album that included biker-rock from Steppenwolf, pastorale country-rock from the Byrds and the Jimi Hendrix freak-power anthem "If 6 Was . When the low-budget hippie road epic became a surprise blockbuster, the freewheeling flow of the music in the film became a huge part of its success and myth. track that sounds something like Simon and Garfunkel attempting bluegrass.