Recloose ‎– Recloose Presents Jigsaw Music

Eskimo Recordings ‎– 541416 500586
CD, Mixed

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Jewel case with an outer slip case.

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  • Barcode: 5 414165 005865
  • Matrix / Runout: DOCdata NEWS541416500586
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LJ82
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 3613

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
541416 500586 Recloose Jig Saw Music(CD, Mixed, Promo) Eskimo Recordings 541416 500586 Europe 2001 Sell This Version
541416 500587 Recloose Recloose Presents Jigsaw Music(2x12", Comp) Eskimo Recordings 541416 500587 Belgium 2001 Sell This Version
541416 500586 Recloose Recloose Presents Jigsaw Music(CD, Comp, Mixed, Promo) Eskimo Recordings 541416 500586 Belgium 2001 Sell This Version


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August 8, 2010

This is a 5 star mix by Recloose, however the CD release is obviously based around a mixtape he put out a couple of years prior to this. This mixtape is an even more coherent and enjoyable mix... it is possible. Not claiming to own the mixtape but was passed a copy and have been listening to it on and off for 10yrs or so now. (TBH don't really listen to this CD anywhere near as often)

WAV/MP3 copies of the mixtape can be downloaded from various places on the net, just search for "The Move Recloose mixtape"


January 7, 2003

well, nothing really to add, just wanted to confirm that this mix cd is superb, and already the transition between Recloose's "Can't Take It" (Herbert Mix) into Dan Electro's "Down is the Power" is truely worth buying this masterpiece!


December 19, 2002

While this is obviously a Pro-tools type mix, you have to look beyond that and say that this is one of the most consistant mixes ever in the future-soul / deep techno / deep house range. Here is a producer highlighting other great producers, and finding common ground in all sorts of funky but remarkably different tracks. There are even a few spots where his turntablist skills make an impact. The liner notes say that it is for the bedroom, but I think it is more danceable than Recloose gives it credit for. My personal favorites are his transition from Herbert's perfectly fucked up house dub of Recloose's own "Can't Take It" into the bizarre gospel chunky-funk of Dan Electro's "Down is the Power"; as well as dropping the brilliant King Kooba disco with horn stabs and Jazz scat remix of Classen Collective's "New Born" right after the biggest broken beat song ever, Opaque's huge remix of "The Crossing" by P'Taah. This cd was so dope I went out and bought all the 12"s I could find with the same songs on them, because everyone is top quality. Five stars all the way, buy this mix!