Chris Brann ‎– Deep Fall

Peacefrog Records ‎– PF071
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1 Deep Fall 8:34
2 Eyes 4:49
3 Calling 610 6:52
4 Journey To The Centre
Vocals [Vocal Samples] – Nothing (19)
5 All About The Music 6:53
6 Soul Star 6:36
7 Grey Souls
Vocals [Vocal Samples] – Clay Jamison
8 Yung Po Nee 5:04
9 Out 0:31

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Produced & written for Wamdue Productions.
Recorded at The Wamdue Room '95 - '97 / Atlanta.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 5 025128 907128
  • Barcode (Scanned): 5025128907128
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1+2): IMPRESS PF 071 CD 10061/2 082097
  • Mastering SID Code (Variant 1+2): ifpi LD81
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 1): ifpi 6900
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 2): ifpi 6921
  • Rights Society: ASCAP

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May 13, 2011
edited over 7 years ago

Normally I usually can always count on user scoundrel's taste in aligning with mine. However on this one I think he's off. Even enough to comment so. "grey souls" is excellence and anyone rating this release a 3/5 is questioned on how many times they have heard this cd. This cd never gets old. While many say Deep Fall is the best track and I can see why but for me "journey to the centre" is the most sublime and really the standout track for me. That song is an example of how much deep house can move you emotionally. Solid release and definitely not average. Only gripe is it could use one more standout track. Only 9 tracks on here and one is an interlude if you will 83/100 rating


January 24, 2010

Chris Brann finally appears under his own name for a album of delicious tech-house. DEEP FALL seems aptly named, judging from the title track alone with its synth washes and a single mournful modulated violin at its center. "Eyes" is brighter, though the beats don't lessen, and "Calling 610" and "All About the Music" inch more towards straight-up house. On the down side, however, "Journey to the Centre" runs a tad too long -- a bit too much self-indulgence in the piano chords, and the cooling down of "Grey Souls" seems aimless as well. But "Yung Po Nee" rides the funk in a wild way and takes out the album on a positive note, even if it ends abruptly.