Solid Doctor* ‎– How About Some Ether: Collected Works 93-95

Label:
Pork Recordings ‎– PORK 025
Format:
2 × CD, Album
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Cracked Emerald
1-1 U-Turn 4:32
1-2 Short Wave 5:38
1-3 Holy Roller 6:23
1-4 Spicey Pipe 5:53
1-5 Anomie
Flute – Bernard MossProducer, Written-By – Brydon*
5:56
1-6 Lights On The Vibe 7:31
1-7 O Say Krevlon 2:23
1-8 Pickyparkdickbods 7:13
1-9 The Room Is Breathing 4:24
1-10 Dusk 6:28
1-11 When I'm Dead
Flute – Bernard Moss
8:20
1-12 Bye Bye 6:56
1-13 I Love Life 4:14
Sapphire
2-1 Armed To The Teeth 8:11
2-2 Jet Smooth 8:35
2-3 Ether 12:39
2-4 Invisible Sunlit Snow 7:02
2-5 Cerulean Reverie 3:14
2-6 Mixamatosis 7:18
2-7 Land Of Dope & Tory
Producer, Written-By – McSherry*
7:46
2-8 Ninety One Campion 3:30
2-9 Tomato 6:00
2-10 Slipping Into Another Dimension 5:05
2-11 A Moving Family Of Suns 7:04

Companies, etc.

Credits

  • Artwork By – Akira Aratake, Designers Republic, The
  • Mastered ByKeith (7)
  • Written-By, Producer, EngineerCobby*

Notes

Mastered at JTS by Keith. Formulated and controlled at Laboratoire Poisson.

Made in England.

"Wisdom and knowledge shall be the stability of thy time."

Track 1-7: "O Say Krevlon" samples a Norwegian broadcast about Åse Kleveland (former Norwegian Minister of Culture).

Disc 1: has green face and cat# PORK 025 A.
Disc 2: has blue face and cat# PORK 025 B.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5 027803 052529
  • Matrix / Runout (Disc 1): PORK 025 CD 1 MPO 01 @@ 9 01
  • Matrix / Runout (Disc 2): PORK 025 CD 2 MPO 01 @ 01 :
  • Mastering SID Code (Disc 1): IFPI L032

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fingerz-soultrend

fingerz-soultrend

April 22, 2014
The first one heard is Lights on the vibe, the the rest followed i have to say i realy don't get what downtempo is like to some producers and how phylosiphical they need to get before they create an entire tune. But actually for my ears in electronic experience i can try and say cobby as The solid Doctor is on point making beats that have anything that requires abstract and funky entertainment for listenters to enjoy some tracks i realy find chilled like invisible sunlight snow, a tough and unique sound really.
charles_howarth

charles_howarth

May 11, 2005
edited over 12 years ago

This fantastic album shows off the Solid Doctor's know-how for smokey downtempo beats. Among my personal highlights are A Moving Family of Suns, U-Turn and the sublime Dusk. Some uptempo tracks are on offer too - Armed to the Teeth is flavoured with Mr Fingers style early chicago house. But for me the real heart of the album lies in the slower, after-hours chilling tracks.

And for those interested in such things, the title of the album is lifted from a line in Hunter S Thompson's "Fear & Loathing in Las Vegas".