3 Chairs ‎– Three Chairs 3

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Three Chairs ‎– 3CH 3CD
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1.01 3 Chairs Theme
Saxophone – Norma Jean Bell
4:28
1.02 Dreamz 3:58
1.03 Blackbone Waltz 17:12
1.04 System Sauce 4:52
1.05 Misty City
Bass – Bubz FiddlerKeyboards – Amp Fiddler
4:32
1.06 Dance Of Nubia 13:09
1.07 I Wonder Why (Edit)
Featuring – Sherard IngramWritten-by [Original Song] – Bill Beaver
5:56
1.08 Underwater People 8:18
1.09 Midday Blues At Midnight
Bass – Bubz FiddlerKeyboards [Keys] – Amp FiddlerPercussion – AndrésSaxophone – Norma Jean Bell
7:30
1.10 Untitled 2:13
2.01 Instant Insanity 12:58
2.02 Patterns Indangerous 1:51
2.03 Richy On Seven 9:59
2.04 Next Message 10:22
2.05 Muffled Memories 8:14
2.06 Good Kiss 4:03

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Notes

Track CD1-10 not listed on the sleeve. This track is a slightly modified edit of the first part of track B2 "No Drum Machine" released on 3 Chairs - All Over in 2003.
Additional credits for CD1-09-07-05 falsely assigned to CD1-02-04-07.

Other Versions (4 of 4) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
3CHR 3 3 Chairs Three Chairs 3(3x12", Album) Three Chairs 3CHR 3 US 2004 Sell This Version
3CHACD3 3 Chairs 3 Chairs(2xCD, Album) Three Chairs 3CHACD3 US Unknown Sell This Version
3CH3CDJP 3 Chairs Three Chairs 3(2xCD, Album, RE) Three Chairs 3CH3CDJP Japan 2008 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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Pistachios

Pistachios

January 25, 2011
edited over 6 years ago

I can't get enough of this one. Quality from start to finish. Deep, dusty house that sounds like it's being pumped through the wall by neighbours you'd ask to turn it up, not off. These tracks take in jazz and funk but it's buried in the groove. This is just the sort of stuff we want from these detroit headz; this is what they do so, so well. Get back in those chairs and build some more back-room beats for us house lovers that don't need crazy build ups and huge hooks. We're just happy to let the track take us where it wants to go. (Just check Dance of Nubia - simple elements but what a satisfying journey.)