Baby Mammoth ‎– Bridging Two Worlds

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Pork Recordings ‎– pork 042
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1 Applegate 7:32
2 Musk Tusk 5:32
3 Tooth Rolls 5:04
4 Moonburn 6:21
5 Hoodwinked 7:19
6 Tolstoy
Drums – Sheik
4:02
7 USF 6:15
8 Slipping Jigsaws 6:24
9 Herbal Warning 5:11
10 Sly Time 5:18
11 Tea Fumes 7:02
12 Crack Phase One 2:32

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all tracks by Blissenden/Burdall • engineered and produced at Sunken Isle
photography by jon@pulsemag.demon.co.uk
© 1996 pork recordings/sunken isle productions • ℗ 1996 pork recordings • made in england
mastered at jah tubby studios

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 5027 80305 422 6
  • Barcode (Scanned): 5027803054226
  • Matrix / Runout: PORK042 MADE IN THE U.K. BY CD-SYSTEMS 07482

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
pork 042 Baby Mammoth Bridging Two Worlds(CD, Album, Unofficial) Pork Recordings (2) pork 042 Russia 2001 Sell This Version

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fingerz-soultrend

fingerz-soultrend

March 7, 2014
Well i i can say ninetees were raining unbelievable stuff to listen. This is some classical downtempo release i play it evrytime when i feel i need to put my energy at a descent level, they know how to move me and make me fall in love with their music, don't they they... They add electronic guiters in their tracks and wow magic comes after listening and connecting with their music.
TheBlueBoy

TheBlueBoy

February 3, 2012

Baby Mammoth continue their contribution to the downtempo scene with Bridging Two Worlds. The duo picks up the pace somewhat on this album, as evidenced by the drum'n'bass-lite style of "Applegate". However, the melodic quality - a trademark of the group - is still preserved. "Hoodwinked", for example, uses a bright and happy melody over a tight beat. "USF" and "Sly Time" go on the funky route, while "Tolstoy" provides mysterious ambient. There are lots of highlights, such as the extremely catchy "Musk Tusk", which features some very effective programming. "Slipping Jigsaws" is full of moodiness, and especially the very sweet middle part shows one of the album's best moments. It closes in a fantastic way too: "Crack Phase One" is feel-good ambient at its finest. Baby Mammoth is growing!
scoundrel

scoundrel

March 4, 2004

A marked improvement over <I>10,000 Years Beneath the Street</I>, <I>Bridging Two Worlds</I> shows a more mature sound for Baby Mammoth. Song development is less on an issue this time around, although some of the tunes don’t have the complexity that would shoot them into the stratosphere. Not all, though: “Slipping Jigsaws” is a lazy-eyed journey that takes some interesting turns. “Moonburn” has a sax sample atop easygoing synth chords and a shuffling beat. And the final track, “Crack Phase One,” is a delicious ambient snippet. Worth looking into!