Quantic ‎– Apricot Morning

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Tru Thoughts ‎– TRUCD034
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1 Apricot Morning 6:07
2 Transatlantic 4:31
3 Brand New Watusi
Saxophone – Lucy HollandVocals, Featuring – EQ (27)
5:41
4 Search The Heavens
Flute [Played Down A Mobile Phone] – Sara HafeezTrumpet – Dave WoodhouseVocals, Featuring – Alice Russell
5:38
5 Wider Than The Sky 3:44
6 Primate Boogaloo
Vocals, Scratches [Cuts], Featuring – Aspects
3:24
7 Blackstone Rock
Saxophone – Lucy Holland
3:48
8 Sweet Calling
Vocals, Featuring – Alice Russell
4:30
9 Trouble From The River
Double Bass [Bowed] – Beth HollandSaxophone – Lucy Holland
6:07
10 Not So Blue
Organ – Rusty BoyTrumpet, Keyboards – Dave Woodhouse
4:53
11 Off The Beaten Track 3:26

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Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 5 037454 734347
  • Barcode (Scanned): 5037454734347
  • Matrix / Runout: TRUCD034
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LTZ1
  • Mould SID Code (Var.1): IFPI 5093
  • Mould SID Code (Var.2): IFPI UU009

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
TRULP 034 Quantic Apricot Morning(2xLP, Album, W/Lbl) Tru Thoughts TRULP 034 UK Unknown Sell This Version
TRUCD034 Quantic Apricot Morning(CD, Album) Tru Thoughts TRUCD034 UK 2002 Sell This Version
TRULP034 Quantic Apricot Morning(2xLP, Album) Tru Thoughts TRULP034 UK 2002 Sell This Version

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donthink

donthink

January 25, 2003

waking up to an old classic film's nostalgia, Quantic's second album 'Apricot Morning' soon flows into its funky breakbeat jazzy latin grooves, with some downtempo beauties laced in between. the organic artwork covering this record of sounds exquisitely explains the world they reside in, working with the music so lavishly to open you up and set your moods.. to an overwhelming warmth of flavour culled together tightly with critiqued electronic elements.. then leaving you wanting to hear more, feel more, or know more.. whats next?

this may be a bit much to experience at first, especially to anyone favoring Quantic's first work, The 5th Exotic, but overall, Apricot Morning shows an abundance of growth and possibilities that cannot be denied. similarities and distinctions all at once.
water

water

October 7, 2002

What a blessing and a curse Internet can be! Without it I would never have stumbled upon Quantic, by hearing him on an internet-radio station with 'Life In The Rain' and consequently downloading his new CD, 'Apricot Morning'. Without it I would also never have had to start the terrible quest for this CD in almost every record-store in Holland (I still don't have it, any suggestions are welcome!)
After kicking in with the title track, it remains exciting, sometimes laidback, sometimes uplifting, but always very well crafted. All kinds of jazzy samples, funky beats and what else (Quantic seems to have hired a complete brass section for this CD) make listening to this CD very enjoyable. This man's a genius and he deserves my money, even if I had to get the CD from abroad!