Danny Howells ‎– 24:7

Global Underground (3) ‎– GU247001VIN, Global Underground (3) ‎– GU24:7LP
2 × Vinyl, 12", Compilation

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A Honeyroot Starshine
B1 Telefon Tel Aviv Sound In A Dark Room
B2 Fresh Moods & Samuel Andrews Price
C1 Vince Watson Bubbles (Loudeast Mix)
Remix – Loudeast
C2 Octex Emergon
D Laurent Garnier Sambou



Groove Runout (Both LPS) reads: GU24:7LP

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
GU247001CD Danny Howells 24:7(2xCD, Comp, Mixed) Global Underground (3) GU247001CD UK 2003 Sell This Version
GU247001CD Danny Howells 24:7(2xCD, Mixed) Global Underground (3) GU247001CD Singapore 2003 Sell This Version
GU024/7CD Danny Howells 24:7(CD, Comp, Mixed, Promo) Global Underground (3) GU024/7CD UK 2003 Sell This Version
GU247001CDP Danny Howells 24:7(CD, Comp, Mixed, Promo) Global Underground (3) GU247001CDP UK 2003 Sell This Version
GU247001CD Danny Howells 24:7(2xCD, Comp, Mixed, Unofficial) Global Underground Ltd.(2) GU247001CD Russia 2003 Sell This Version



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October 11, 2011
edited over 6 years ago
I got this when it was released - I happened to be in New York on holiday at the time, and got lucky, meeting some locals who told me about a gig that night at Arc. Danny himself was due to sign autographs in Virgin in Times Square, and then go for a 12 hour solo session to commemorate the CD release. Not knowing anyone bar these few I chatted with in the afternoon, I went along feeling not entirely sure what to expect.... Well, we got an amazing night with such a variation of tunes it was incredible - the way the night and the set was blended was an excellent reiteration of the idea and sentiment behind the CD. This is somethin I haven't seen before or since, despite .. well, I guess... loads of clubbing and raving through the years. To start a club set at chill out level and work into a deep proggy groovy workout of a night was brilliant, and if for no other reason I still adore this CD. As flamman said, CD1 is the best IMO, but the second CD does definitely do the trick too.
Well worth a look for anyone who values the "journey" aspect of music, clichéd as that may sound - ths is a true electronic journey through the rhythms and riffs of some beautiful sonic landscapes :)