Ananda Project* ‎– Release

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Nite Grooves ‎– KCD-217
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1 In 0:52
2 Breaking Down
Guitar – Ede WrightPercussion – Genoa MunginVocals – Heather Johnson
5:52
3 Falling For You 7:03
4 Cascades Of Colour
Vocals – Gaelle Adisson
6:42
5 Tone Therapy 7:33
6 Expand Your Mind
Vocals – Justin Chapman
5:19
7 Bahia
Vocals, Percussion – Kima Moore
6:03
8 Glory Glory
Guitar – Ede Wright
5:04
9 Straight Magic
Bass – AseenPercussion – Genoa Mungin, Kima MooreVocals – Heather Johnson, Kima Moore
4:01
10 Release
Guitar, Percussion – Ede Wright
9:00
11 Out 0:56
12 Glory Glory (Morales Def Radio Edit)
Engineer – Steven BarkanKeyboards – Peter DaouProducer [Additional], Remix – David Morales
3:37

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  • Barcode: 7 88557 02172 2

Other Versions (4 of 4) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
CDVCR9 The Ananda Project Release(CDr, Album, Promo) Virgin CDVCR9 UK 2001 Sell This Version
CDVCR9, 7243 8 50734 2 7 Ananda Project* Release(CD, Album) VC Recordings, Virgin CDVCR9, 7243 8 50734 2 7 Europe 2001 Sell This Version
CTCR-14163 Ananda Project* Release(CD, Album) Cutting Edge CTCR-14163 Japan 2000 Sell This Version
KNG 130 Ananda Project* Release(2x12") Nite Grooves KNG 130 US 2000 Sell This Version

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scoundrel

scoundrel

July 11, 2006
edited over 11 years ago

Lovely deep house with some tribal touches on the Ananda Project’s debut, RELEASE. Chris Brann has really outdone himself this time—“Breaking Down” has a delicate beauty to it, and “Falling For You” keeps the romance quotient strong. “Cascades of Colour” was a minor club hit, and no wonder, it offers a tropical landscape with its layered vocals and tough beats. The tracks range from the concrete (“Glory, Glory”) to more spacey (“Expand Your Mind”) or the blissful and dreamy (“Bahia”). “Straight Magic” is more of a tribal workout, but with the same attention to melody as elsewhere. “Release” is a long groove, but one that never loses the listener’s interest. A great album for deep house heads everywhere.