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CS 12 INCHES - Various Artists CAT. NO: CS-30

FORMAT: CD

 
£5.50 + VAT






First 4 twelve inches attracted a lot of attention so we decided to make them available on CD (digipack) as well for those who has buried their turntables ages ago and for those who would like to carry this music always with them

© 2003, COSMIC SOUNDS

ALEX ROSTOTSKY - ONCE UPON A TIME IN THE CITY OF KAZAN info
 



01 LA BATTERIA MIX BY DA VIBEZ BOYS 5'35
02 70's RETRO FUNK MIX BY ZELJKO KERLETA 6'52
03 ORIGINAL VERSION BY ALEX ROSTOTSKY 4'45

ARKESTRA ONE - TRAIN TO MACHU PICHU info

04 ORIGINAL CARNIVAL MIX BY ARKESTRA ONE 
6'38
05 JAZZ WARRIOR MIX BY ZELJKO KERLETA 4'15
06 LATINO FUNK MIX BY DA VIBEZ BOYS 6'18

SO HAYASHI info

07 SO HAYASHI - TAKE IT FROM THE PAST
7'12
08 SO HAYASHI+NOVA EXPRESS - SWING IN MEDTITATION 6'38

DUSKO GOJKOVIC - QUO VADIS SAMBA info

09 BUTTI 49 re-edit
6'48
10
ZELJKO KERLETA re-edit 5'24
11
DUSKO GOJKOVIC - original version 5'44


REVIEWS: PLACE YOUR OWN REVIEW

Suported by:

DAVID BASSIN @ Free Fall
ANN ARBOR @ KFJC

JON FREER
Cosmic Sounds is a wonderful London based imprint, who show that Nu and traditional Jazz have no problems being bed fellows. This compilation takes their wonderfully cutting edge 12" output and makes it available on CD for the first time. Da Vibez boys re- shape Archestra One & Nina Miranda's "Train To Machu Pichu" and take it to a Brazilian carnival, where it shakes it out with the rest of them, courtesy of swaggering rolled percussion, upbeat whistles, a queasy synth and a full of life sax. So Hayashi links up with Nova Express on "Swing In Mediation", where laidback textured percussion, gleaming keys, playful brass and heavenward reaching strings combine wonderfully. Label boss Zeljko Kerleta provides an awesome re-edit of Dusko Goykovich's "Quo Vadis Samba", whose inquiring saddened vocals, mammoth bass and spellbinding brass question and answer duet lift this above the rest. Stylish past, present and future jazz.

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