Fabric 12: Amalgamation of sounds


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This cd looks amazing


Fabric 12’ flies by in a storm of moods and grooves. It starts with soundtrack elegance, blending music from Steven Soderbergh’s 2001 film, Traffic, Mark Forster’s ‘Monster’s Ball’ (2002) and Mike Figgis’ ‘One Night Stand’ (1997).

Geche’s warped breaks bridge a string tribute to Bjork and Akasha’s shuffling, horizontal vibe; Chris Cousin’s lush ‘Pump Da Ball’ sets up TAOS’ heart-stealing re-work of Richard Davis; then some classic ‘Future Sound…’ precedes Hakan Libdo’s weirdbeat house, the genius beats of RjD2 and another TAOS standout, the siren-sounding ‘Simply So’.

Angelo D’Onorio, Hi-Lo and Jeff Bennett toughen things up before a suitably cinematic ending: Soultek’s dubbed-out trip, TAOS’ addictive ‘Summer Nights’ and Still Phil’s jaw-dropping ‘Bey Un Bey’.

1.Cliff Martinez - Helicopter
Compulsion Inc
2.Asche & Spencer - Hank’s Transition
Lions Gate Records
3.Nick Ingham Orchestra - Heart Noir
4.ICE: A String Tribute to Bjork - Come To Me
Vitamin Records
5.Geche - Htrs (Instrumental)
6.Akasha - Brown Sugar
Wall Of Sound
7.Sofalofa - Pump Da Ball
8.Richard Davis - Meaning (Amalgamation Of Soundz rework)
9.The Future Sound Of London - Papua New Guinea Translation 3
10.Hakan Lidbo - Cuba Libra
Poker Flat
11.Rjd2 - Chicken Bone Circuit
Definitive Jux
12.The Amalgamation Of Soundz - Simply So
13.Angelo D’Onorio - Save Your Soul
14.Hi-Lo - Are You Sure About That
Central Music
15.Jeff Bennett - Systemizing
Intrinsic Design
16.Soultek - Groove Control
17.The Amalgamation Of Soundz - Summer Night
18.Still Phil - Bey Un Bey (MKL Vs SoySos Remix)
Natural Resource
eventually brought this today :p

its ok.

it would make a great cafe del mar sunset set........very atmospheric, moody etc!!, with some driving house chucked in towards the end.