James Blake ‎– Limit To Your Love

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Atlas Recordings (2) ‎– ATLAS01
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Vinyl, 10", 45 RPM, Single Sided, Limited Edition
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A Limit To Your Love 4:36

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Track duration not given on release (self-timed).

BPM not printed on the release.

BPM:
A: 140

The copyright in this sound recording is owned by Polydor Ltd. (UK) A Universal Music Company.

Made in EU.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 00602527554693
  • Label Code: LC00485
  • Rights Society: BIEM/SABAM
  • Matrix / Runout (Machine stamp / Etching runout side A): www.gzvinyl.com - 2755469-A 89618N1 / A MATT @ AIR

Other Versions (5 of 6) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
BORT1 James Blake Limit To Your Love (Daniel Bortz Re Edit)(12", S/Sided, Unofficial, W/Lbl) Not On Label (James Blake) BORT1 UK 2012 Sell This Version
ATLAS01P James Blake Limit To Your Love(CD, Single, Promo) Atlas Recordings (2) ATLAS01P UK 2010 Sell This Version
none James Blake Limit To Your Love(File, AAC, Single, 256 + File, MPEG-4 Video) Atlas Recordings (2) none UK 2010
UMUSIC 1743 James Blake Limit To Your Love(CDr, Single, Promo, Unofficial) Universal Music UMUSIC 1743 UK 2010 Sell This Version
none James Blake Limit To Your Love(CDr, Advance, Single, Promo) Universal Music Denmark none Denmark 2011 Sell This Version

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restless

March 11, 2011

"There's a limit to your love/like a waterfall in slow-motion..."
This is a sparkling beauty. A futuristic crooner incarnation by excellence. Like slowed down, liquid mercurial soul, with sparse, phenomenally stripped-down sound spacialization (a lot of air here, breathing silences, incredibly moving textures and density), and a voice that spreads emotion and pain like Harry Connick Jr was actually human and devastated.
This reminds me of the blast when Massive Attack or Portishead's smokey and desolated yet shiny electronic soul appeared, and you can almost bet that this one might age even better as it sounds more to the bone, fragile, cosmic and refined (and sample-free).
James Blake totally reappropriates the Feist original and turns it into this novelty : a true, rare, accurate, universal 21st century love song.