Cobblestone Jazz ‎– 23 Seconds

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Waiting Room 3:16
Hired Touch 7:09
Lime In Da Coconut 9:23
Slap The Back 6:59
PBD 6:22
23 Seconds 6:10
Change Your Apesuit 7:44
Saturday Night 8:40
Peace Offering 8:37
W 8:36
Cobblestone Jazz Live At Mondo (Madrid, May 10th, 2007)
Dmt 2:03
Saturday Night 5:10
Lime In Da Coconut 8:30
Untitled Live Improvisation 5:16
Hired Touch 6:26
23 Seconds 7:23
Slap The Back 8:22
Bonus Tracks
Dump Truck 11:38
India In Me 13:42

Versions (5)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
!K7223CD Cobblestone Jazz 23 Seconds(2xCD, Album) Studio !K7 !K7223CD Germany 2007 Sell This Version
!K7223CD Cobblestone Jazz 23 Seconds(2xCD, Album, Promo) !K7 Records !K7223CD Germany 2007 Sell This Version
!K7223CD Cobblestone Jazz 23 Seconds(2xCD, Album, Promo) !K7 Records !K7223CD Germany 2007 Sell This Version
wag031-3LP Cobblestone Jazz 23 Seconds(3x12", Album) Wagon Repair wag031-3LP Canada 2007 Sell This Version
WAG 031-3LP Cobblestone Jazz 23 Seconds(3x12", Album, Promo) Wagon Repair WAG 031-3LP Canada 2007 Sell This Version

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scoundrel

scoundrel

September 16, 2011
referencing 23 Seconds, 2xCD, Album, !K7223CD

How much tech can a group have in their jazz? On 23 SECONDS, Cobblestone Jazz attempts to find out. After the initial ambience of "Waiting Room," you get the deep tech-house of "Hired Touch" that gains an overlay of flanged tones halfway through. "Lime in the Coconut" is quick and blippy in an off-kilter way that might count as jazz, though I wouldn't go that far yet. "Slap the Back" is where the jazz comes in convincingly with the melodic tones to contrast the phased electronic growl on top, and "PBD" has a quiet sax-like synth that could almost count as well. The title track gets back some funky tech-house, and, really, that's where Cobblestone Jazz's strengths lie. The irrepressible groove of "Change Your Apesuit" and "Saturday Night"; the blip-and-vocoder house of "Peace Offering"; or the solid groove on the closer, "W." The second, mostly live, disc emphasizes their tech side even moreso, but that may simply be the result of creating a seamless mix (though the "Untitled Live Improvisation" naturally has a juicy jazz feel). "Dump Truck," a bonus track, is a nice, long groover that never quite finds its way, while "India in Me" starts off sparse but slowly gathers strength (perhaps too slowly). And while there's little in the track to suggest India, it makes sense, since nothing in the music really suggests cobblestones, either.
marchicapitano

marchicapitano

December 21, 2007
referencing 23 Seconds, 2xCD, Album, !K7223CD
This album is amazing with tipical wagon repairt sound,I love it very very much,the first cd is album with productions of Cobblestone jazz,the second cd is live set from Madrid and is soo beutifull,the tracks are explosion of innovation of sound.
Mathew with your friends Tyger and Daniel,they are canadians, have realized a very cool project with analogic and digital stuff,for create a new kind of techno.
The label are ecletic K7 records from Berlin and is a garancy for this amazing cd.Enjoy it.I love it and Cobblestone jazz is sound and the cover is cool too with strange immage.
traxfranz

traxfranz

November 19, 2007
edited over 5 years ago
referencing 23 Seconds, 3x12", Album, wag031-3LP

This is a true classic. We have some beautiful moments on the album especially "Saturday Night" amazing journey in deep tech sounds with bouncy bass, vocoderized voices and synth texture, it seems to dancing on the moon! other great tracks are "Change Your Ape Suit" and "Waiting Room" in this track we have a stunning modulated synth line that reminds to Pink Floyd's "On The Run" wich is the second track of the epic album "Dark Side Of The Moon" the piece is real smooth jazzy tune, fantastic Fender Rhodes chords and techno feel rhythms. Anyway, Cobblestone Jazz's "23 Seconds" is essential long player!