Badun ‎– Last Night Sleep

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Merry X-mas Records ‎– MXM RLP076
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A1 Leek
Guitar – Jonas Stampe
A2 Plastic Jungle
Tabla – Phillip KrammerWhistling – Jonas Stampe
A3 The Man With The Fine Hair
Saxophone – Roger Döring
B1 Slow City
B2 Space Swamp
B3 Juuhm
Saxophone – Roger Döring

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Made in 2008
Merry X-mas Records in 2009

Other Versions (3 of 3) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
MWMCD03 Badun Last Night Sleep(CD, Album) Mindwaves Music MWMCD03 Germany 2009 Sell This Version
none Badun Last Night Sleep(CD, Album, Promo) Mindwaves Music none Denmark 2009 Sell This Version
MWM003 Badun Last Night Sleep(7xFile, FLAC, Album) Mindwaves Music MWM003 Germany 2009

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cola-jeff

August 2, 2012

Now after the release of the fantastic “Tandoori Tentacle EP” the second album of “Badun” called “Last Night Sleep” is out now.
All I can say is I am speechless – Badun put it over the top.
Badun is grown up – and please don’t get me wrong, they always been high-class serious musicians – but with “Last Night Sleep” they put their music to another stage.
“Last Night Sleep” is a dreamy album with crystal clear structures at the same time. Flavoured with Indian instruments the merged click and cut with jazzy electronica. Sounds like a strange brew, but don’t be misled; Badun found a new sound and defined them new. A laid-back sound that disperses wonderful soundclouds meets rich and genius arranged jazz electronica. But when I write these words I ask myself if jazz electronica is the right description. When I say jazz I mean the structures of the orchestration and the way the created tricky beat-structures. The atmosphere of this album is a deep journey into a new sound and a soulful atmosphere.
The music of “Last Night Sleep” is like remembering a dream you had last night; you remember some structures something is hidden behind the curtain of the deep and dark night. But even the dream was a fiery one you have a smile on your face.
This is the way it happens a million times each night on earth, simple to describe not easily to understand. And this is the way this extraordinary music functions. You search for a name to describe what you hear – but you can’t find a name – but one thing is clear to you’ve been fallen in love with a dream you had last night.
Perfect ten!

Review by Michael Mück