Gonjasufi ‎– The Caliph's Tea Party

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1 Ancestors (Dreamtime)
Remix – Mark Pritchard
5:42
2 Candylane
Remix – Bibio
5:43
3 Ageing
Remix – Dam Mantle
4:15
4 The Caliph's Tea Party
Remix – Broadcast, The Focus Group
5:22
5 Kobwebz
Remix – Jeremiah Jae
3:09
6 Love Of Reign
Remix – Bear In Heaven
3:18
7 She's Gone
Remix – Oneohtrix Point Never
3:28
8 Holidays
Remix – MRR
2:27
9 Change
Remix – Shlomo*
4:48
10 My Only Friend
Remix – Hezus
4:02
11 DedNd
Remix – AGDM
3:29
12 SuzieQ (Bowel Blood)
Remix – Dem Hunger
2:29

Notes

A remix album
the first 500 albums (CD&LP) came with a silver foil sticker

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 801061020620
  • Matrix / Runout (inner ring): CA WARPCD206P @@
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LY88

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
WARPLP206 GonjaSufi The Caliph's Tea Party(LP, Album, Ltd, Rem) Warp Records WARPLP206 UK 2010 Sell This Version
WARPCDD206 Gonjasufi The Caliph's Tea Party(12xFile, MP3, 320) Warp Records WARPCDD206 UK 2010
BRWP206 Gonjasufi The Caliph's Tea Party(CD, Album, Dig) Beat Records BRWP206 Japan 2010 Sell This Version
WARPCD206P Gonjasufi The Caliph's Tea Party(CD, Album, Promo) Warp Records WARPCD206P UK 2010 Sell This Version

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scoundrel

scoundrel

October 28, 2011
edited over 7 years ago

You'd expect a remix album of something as eclectic as Gonjasufi's debut, A SUFI AND A KILLER, to be rather homogenizing, but THE CALIPH'S TEA PARTY, but dint of having an extraordinary line-up of remixers on duty, manages to retain the original's spirit. Mark Pritchard take on "Ancestors" becomes both ambient and orchestral, like a soundtrack to a Sergio Leone film, while Bibio makes "Candylane" in a mellow electro trip. Dam Mantle goes for abstract hip-hop on "Ageing," and Broadcast & The Focus Group throw in everything, including baroque instrumentation and the kitchen sink, into their take on "The Caliph's Tea Party." There's some indie-electro happening on Bear in Heaven's version of "Love of Reign," while Oneohtrix Point Never bring "She's Gone" to the oceanside, with some gentle strumming and seagull cries. The spare breaks puncture the vocals on MRR's mix of "Holidays" and the echoing spaciousness of Shlomo's "Change" show that Gonjasufi's work can handle minimal as well as maximal treatments (such as the surf party groove of Hezus' "My Only Friend"). Dem Hunger's 'Bowel Blood' mix of "Suzie Q" shows off the same spirit of eclecticism and Gonjasufi himself revels in -- mixing in droning drums and an Indian flute. Drink up at this tea party!