3 Chairs ‎– Three Chairs 3

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Three Chairs ‎– 3CHR 3
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3 × Vinyl, 12", Album, 33 ⅓ RPM
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Plate I
A1 3 Chairs Theme
Saxophone – Norma Jean Bell
4:39
A2 Dreamz 3:38
B Blackbone Waltz 17:12
Plate II
C1 System Sauce 5:03
C2 Misty City
Bass – Bubz FiddlerKeyboards – Amp Fiddler
4:25
D Dance Of Nubia 13:07
Plate III
E1 I Wonder Why (Edit)
Programmed By [Additional Programming] – S. Ingram*Written-by [Original Song] – Bill Beaver
5:57
E2 Underwater People 8:20
F Midday Blues At Midnight
Bass – Bubz FiddlerKeyboards – Amp FiddlerPercussion – Andres*Saxophone – Norma Jean Bell
7:34

Credits

Notes

E1: Original Song: Brown Beaver Music BMI - EDIT: Mrkt Chairs Publishing, and Brown Beaver Music BMI // Vibes New & Rare Music // KDJ inc. // Sound Signature.net // Mrkt Chairs Publishing
God Bless Laura Gavoor - Yin-Sight Management forever with us ... 3chairs 2002 //
Thanks to the Creator and YOU. 3Chairs.net //

BPM:
Plate I: A1: 106-117 | A2: 118-120 | B: 96
Plate II: C1: 103 | C2: 118 | D: 117
Plate III : E1: 121 | E2: 107 | F: 120

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Run-out Side A): 3 CHR-3 A
  • Matrix / Runout (Run-out Side B): 3 CHR-3 B
  • Matrix / Runout (Run-out Side C): 3 CHR-3 C
  • Matrix / Runout (Run-out Side D): 3 CH-3-D RE 2
  • Matrix / Runout (Run-out Side E): 3 CHR-3 E re
  • Matrix / Runout (Run-out Side F): 3 CHR-3 F

Other Versions (4 of 4) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
3CH 3CD 3 Chairs Three Chairs 3(2xCD, Album) Three Chairs 3CH 3CD US 2004 Sell This Version
3CH 3CDJP 3 Chairs Three Chairs 3(2xCD, Album, RE) Three Chairs 3CH 3CDJP Japan 2008 Sell This Version
3CHACD3 3 Chairs 3 Chairs(2xCD, Album) Three Chairs 3CHACD3 US Unknown Sell This Version
3CHR-3 E re 3 Chairs Three Chairs 3(12", S/Sided, W/Lbl) Three Chairs 3CHR-3 E re US 2004 Sell This Version

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newdurchzecker

newdurchzecker

March 14, 2016
edited 5 months ago
blackbone waltz does this thing to me…can’t even describe how great this record is
hashminister

hashminister

May 13, 2014
edited over 2 years ago

Top class Album. So top that even two guys were dissapointed with 90% of their collection .
SoulSlappScelo

SoulSlappScelo

February 19, 2014
My God! Blackbone Waltz is a murderous piece. The whole album is intact and will definately make 90% of your music collection sound useless. Slow burning Deep Music! Love it!!!!!
JeroenAxiome

JeroenAxiome

November 25, 2013
blackbone waltz is killing me every single time <3 Superb album
toomzz

toomzz

April 12, 2013

This album has one downside: it'll instantly make about 90% of your record collection sound cheap and uninspired.
csc5a2g

csc5a2g

April 18, 2011
Quality every step of the way. A rare must have if you are into deepness.
pipecock

pipecock

August 20, 2006
edited over 10 years ago

This LP differs from the 3 Chairs earlier work in that it is collaborative instead of a compilation of individual tracks. This setup also introduces Malik Pittman to the group.

The real achievement here is the level of cohesiveness in mixing all the influences of their music. It's like listening to their infamous deejay sets all rolled into one: Chicago house, Detroit techno, disco, boogie, soul, jazz, if they play it, it's mixed in there with no one sound outweighing any other. The overpowering atmosphere this creates is not one that is present on many albums in any genre, much less a "dance" album.

Of course this album does damage on the dancefloor, most especially "Dreams", a minimal melodic jam, and "Misty City", the bass heavy monster. The album also flows well for listening purposes with many stoned soul downtempo house cuts for the late night smoking sessions.

Also very impressive is the mixture of live and electronic elements. Moreso than any of their individual productions, the lines between what is played and what is programmed is heavily blurred. Guest musicians like Andres, Amp Fiddler, and Norma Jean Bell add to the already considerable playing and programming abilities of Kenny, Theo, Malik, and Rick and help push the quality level over the top.

If you like Detroit house and you don't have this, you really need to get it. "Essential" doesn't even begin to cover it. When people are looking back on this music from the future, this will be one of the slept on classics!