Terry Lee Brown Junior* ‎– From Dub Til Dawn

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Plastic City ‎– PLAC CD 022-2
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Produced and mixed at BPM Studios for Plastic City 2000. Published by UCM/EMI; except 8 UCM/EMI, DAAM BMG/UFA.

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  • Barcode (Text): 8 08287 04682 3
  • Rights Society: GEMA
  • Rights Society: MCPS
  • Label Code: LC 4675

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
PLACUS004-2 Terry Lee Brown Jr. From Dub Til Dawn(CDr, Album, Promo) Plastic City America PLACUS004-2 US 2000 Sell This Version
PLAC LP 022-3, PLACLP022-3, PLACCD022-3 Terry Lee Brown Junior* From Dub Til Dawn(3x12", Album) Plastic City, Plastic City, Plastic City PLAC LP 022-3, PLACLP022-3, PLACCD022-3 Europe 2000 Sell This Version
PLACCD022P-2 Terry Lee Brown Junior* From Dub Til Dawn(CD, Album, Ltd, Mixed, Promo) Plastic City PLACCD022P-2 Germany 2000 Sell This Version
PLAC LP 022-3 Terry Lee Brown Junior* From Dub Til Dawn(3x12", Album, Promo) Plastic City PLAC LP 022-3 Europe 2000 Sell This Version
PLACUS004-2 Terry Lee Brown Junior* From Dub Til Dawn(CD, Album) Plastic City America PLACUS004-2 US 2000 Sell This Version

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scoundrel

scoundrel

April 1, 2004

<I>From Dub Til Dawn</I> still shows the trademark Terry Lee Brown Jr. tech-house, but the beats aren’t as heavy as they were on <I>Chocolate Chords</I>. Instead, there seems to be more emphasis on the musicality of the tracks themselves -- the programming has gotten more complex and there are more layers of sound. And that, of course, makes for better tracks. “Lost and Found,” for instance, has a quiet ringing melody that haunts the track from underneath the beat. But don’t take this to mean that the rhythms are any less exciting -- he still pounds the floor like he was born to do it. But there’s a bit more delicacy in his work, like on the title track “From Dub Til Dawn” or the wavering sounds of “Level Vibes.” A solid work.
Villa.Savoye

Villa.Savoye

August 3, 2001
edited over 17 years ago

TLB Jr. fans won't be disappointed with this one. More of the same from Terry who comes with a dozen deep, grooving tech-house tunes, some with a more dubby vibe hence the title. His team-up with fellow Plastic City labelmate The Timewriter on "Take Your Time" fuses familiar sounds from the Timewriter album Jigsaw Pieces with a pumping TLB beat/bassline combination and sexy saxaphone snippets. This is sophisticated music for late night listening. From track 1 through to track 12 you're taken on a consistantly hypnotic ride that retains both a solid beat and a deep feel, but never goes off in a tempo that is either too slow nor too fast. Yet another perfect listening session courtesy of one of the best producers of all things deep and funky. Highly recommended.