Trüby Trio ‎– DJ-Kicks

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Studio !K7 ‎– !K7104 CD
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DJ-Kicks
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CD, Compilation, Mixed, Gatefold
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1 Conjure Medley: General Science / Ish / Papa Labas
Composed By – I. Reed*, K. Hanrahan*
4:40
2 Trüby Trio High Jazz
Vocals – Joseph MalikWritten-By – Christian Prommer, Rainer Trüby, Roland W. Appel*
7:01
3 Block 16 Find An Oasis
Featuring – JhelisaProducer – Glen Gunner, Pete Z*, Raj GuptaWritten-By – J. Anderson*, P. Zivkovic*, R. Gupta*
5:14
4 Africanism Edony "Clap Your Hands"
Featuring, Written-By, Composed By – Hossam RamzyProducer – Martin SolveigVocals [Words By] – Pauline (5)
4:08
5 Matthaus Scat Box
Written-By, Producer – Matt Dimaria
2:10
6 SlowSupreme* Granada
Written-By, Producer – Hans-Peter Lindström*
4:38
7 Sequel Upsolid
Written-By, Producer – G. Siravo*, R. Ceschi*
6:03
8 Afronaught Transcend Me
Written-By, Producer – O. Walters*Written-By, Vocals – M. Brown*
7:13
9 Korova Some People (Waiwan Remix)
Remix, Producer – WaiwanWritten-By – E. Enke, J. Miller*, L. Breckles*, B. Marx*
5:07
10 Modaji One And The Same (Jazztronik Brushed Up Mix)
Producer – D. Jacobsen*Remix – JazztronikWritten-By – Dominic Jacobsen*, Kaidi Tatham
5:46
11 Tim Hutton Colours (Freeform Five Mix)
Remix, Producer [Additional] – A. Pillai*Written-By, Producer – Tim Hutton
7:06
12 Voom:Voom Ginger & Fred
Written-By – Christian Prommer, Peter Kruder, Roland W. Appel*
6:25
13 Trüby Trio Galicia (Zero Db Remix)
Remix, Producer [Additional] – Zero dBWritten-By – Christian Prommer, Rainer Trüby, Roland W. Appel*
5:19
14 Lehner & Biebl Toronto
Written-By, Producer – Dietmar Lehner & Thomas Biebl*
3:46
15 Fauna Flash Tel Aviv
Vocals – Johannes EndersWritten-By, Producer – Christian Prommer, Roland W. Appel*
4:05

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!K7 Records
Made in Portugal

Gatefold sleeve has an embossed band logo on the front.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 7 30003 71042 1
  • Label Code: LC 07306

Other Versions (3 of 3) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
!K7104LP Trüby Trio DJ-Kicks - The Tracks(2xLP, Comp) Studio !K7 !K7104LP Germany 2001 Sell This Version
!K7104CD Trüby Trio DJ-Kicks(CD, Comp, Mixed, Promo) Studio !K7 !K7104CD Germany 2001 Sell This Version
!K7104 EP Trüby Trio DJ-Kicks(12") Studio !K7 !K7104 EP Germany 2001 Sell This Version

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bhbognar

bhbognar

October 30, 2004
edited over 13 years ago
Truby Trio have crafted an elusive and seductive mix of jazz, Latin and Afro rhythms, and smooth electronic sounds--a thick musical stew which defies easy categorization (now being dubbed such things as nu-jazz, broken beat, electronic lounge,etc.). Not limited by a specific style, or genre, Truby Trio's aim is to bring high quality music and beats to the fore. Their mix for label K7's prestigious DJ Kicks opens with the crackle and pops of a vintage records, and slowly unfolds into the classy, yet tongue-in-cheek "High Jazz." From there, dense, jazzy tribal rhythms and warm summery tunes are woven into a surprisingly diverse and cohesive musical story. This DJ Kicks is a representative of the sound Truby Trio brings to their own club night in Germany, but, as Truby himself points out in the liner notes, it is impossible to work all angles of their musical interest into the 75 minutes alone. Highlights of their compilation include (in addition to "High Jazz" by the Trio mentioned above), the playful and unpredictable shuffle of Slowsupreme's "Granada," the sensuous crooning of Africanism's "Edony," the warm, hypnotic tones of Upsolid's "Sequel," and Voom:Voom's irresistible growling bassline on "Fred & Ginger." The rest of the pieces are of equally consitent quality, and make for unique moments in this soulful, groovy assembly of music. It is a refreshing direction in club- and home-listening, and comes highly recommended.
steve_allen81

steve_allen81

January 10, 2002
Forgot to say - This comp is absolutely brillant. All brilliant tracks that I play almost constantly. Def one of my best buys of 2001.

The lp version is missing Truby Trio - High Jazz and Block 16 - Find an Oasis (a real shame)