Terry Lee Brown Junior* ‎– From Dub Til Dawn

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Tracklist

1 Terry Lee Brown Junior* Trust 6:30
2 Terry Lee Brown Junior* Downtown Life 6:37
3 Terry Lee Brown Junior* Lost And Found 5:22
4 Terry Lee Brown Junior* East 2 West 3:01
5 Terry Lee Brown Junior* Sunny Side Up 6:29
6 Terry Lee Brown Junior* From Dub Til Dawn 6:37
7 Terry Lee Brown Junior* Level Vibes 5:44
8 Terry Lee Brown Junior* vs. Timewriter* Take Your Time 5:24
9 Terry Lee Brown Junior* No Doubt 2:16
10 Terry Lee Brown Junior* The Chase (Dub) 6:25
11 Terry Lee Brown Junior* Fever 5:44
12 Terry Lee Brown Junior* Ocean Of Joy 8:22

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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.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • 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
PLAC CD 022-2, PLACCD022-2 Terry Lee Brown Junior* From Dub Til Dawn(CD, Album, Mixed, Promo) Plastic City, Plastic City PLAC CD 022-2, PLACCD022-2 Germany 2000 Sell This Version
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 Terry Lee Brown Junior* From Dub Til Dawn(3x12", Album, Promo) Plastic City PLAC LP 022-3 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, 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

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Cardia1

Cardia1

January 12, 2020
edited 6 months ago

First time i listen to this album i hated it , after listening it several times i end up loving it and be part of Terry 's universe. I can't associate however his sound with daylight atmospheres, for me his sounds and tunes evoke always night atmospheres, sky full of stars, lights in the streets...and also big open spaces in historical places. My top track here is "Take Your Time", i also love "East 2 West" and "From Dub Til Dawn".
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 19 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.