Various ‎– Café Del Mar Volumen Seis

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Manifesto ‎– 564 861-2
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Café Del Mar – Volumen Seis
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1 Talvin Singh Traveller (Kid Loco's Once Upon A Time In The East Mix)
Mixed By, Recorded By – Tristin NorwellProducer – Talvin SinghRemix – Kid LocoWritten-By – C.Watkiss*, T. Singh*
5:50
2 Afterlife Dub In Ya Mind (Beach Club Mix)
Producer – AfterlifeVocals – Rachel LloydWritten-By – Lloyd*, Miller*
5:10
3 A New Funky Generation The Messenger
Bass – Pete YeadonDrums – Ian Winter (2)Guitar – Ben Lord (2)Piano – Richard Frost (5)Vocals – Dee Rowe, Gee Whelbourn, Marika*Vocals, Keyboards – Steve BennettWritten-By – Pete Yeadon, Richard Frost (5), Steve Bennett
3:44
4 dZihan & Kamien Homebase
Written-By, Producer, Arranged By – dZihan & Kamien
7:12
5 Mandalay Beautiful (7" Canny Mix)
Producer – Guy Sigsworth, MandalayRemix – CannyWritten-By – Saul FreemanWritten-By, Lyrics By – Nicola Hitchcock
4:27
6 Humate 3.2 Bedrock (Ambient Mix)
Remix – John Digweed/Nick Muir*Written-By – Gerret*, Patrick Kjonberg
6:58
7 Endorphin (2) Satie 1
Guitar – Jay MogisMastered By – Wayne BaptistMixed By – Eric Chapus, Nigel Pegrum, Tim ValkenburgProducer, Engineer – Eric ChapusVocals – Heather King
3:07
8 Nitin Sawhney Homelands
Engineer [Co-engineer], Programmed By [Co-programmed], Mixed By – Tony Economedes*Lyrics By [Outro Words/music Written], Music By [Outro Words/music Written] – Miranda*, Sawhney*Percussion – Steve ShehanProducer [Post Production] – John DaviesStrings – InstrumentalVocals – Nina MirandaVocals, Tabla – Rizwan Muazam*Written-By, Producer, Programmed By, Arranged By, Engineer – Nitin Sawhney
5:59
9 Rae & Christian A Distant Invitation
Engineer – Steve ChristianVocals – SironWritten-By, Producer – Mark Rae And Steve Christian*
5:11
10 Bugge Wesseltoft Existence (Edit)
Remix – Chilluminati, Nick Sillitoe*, Per MartinsenWritten-By, Producer – Bugge Wesseltoft
7:03
11 Paco Fernandez / Levitation Feat. Cathy Battistessa Oh Home
Backing Vocals – Marzenka NowinskiBass – Chema PellicoCo-producer – LevitationDrums – José Luis RodriguezKeyboards – Juanma RedondoPercussion – Mati Gonzalez*Written-By, Co-producer, Guitar – Paco FernandezWritten-By, Vocals – Cathy Battistessa
4:27
12 Marc Collin Les Kid Nappeurs Main Theme
Performer [Musician] – Alix Couillaud*, Christophe Pascal, Etienne Wersinger, Frederic Couderc*, Jean Claude Ghrenassia*, Loic Landois*, Marc Collin, Olivier LibeauxVocals – Beth HirschWritten-By, Performer [Musician] – Marc Collin
3:50
13 Jose Padilla* Adios Ayer
Engineer – Lennart KrarupLyrics By, Engineer – Steve BennettPiano – Juanma RedondoWritten-By, Producer, Lyrics By – Jose Padilla*
5:30
14 Moonrock Ill Street Blues
Written-By, Producer, Mixed By – A. Anderson*, M. Wright*
3:46
15 Dusty Springfield The Look Of Love
Producer – John FranzWritten-By – Bacharach/David*
3:31

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This compilation ℗1999 Mercury Records Ltd (London). © 1999 Mercury Records Ltd (London). The copyright in this sound recording is owned by Mercury Records Ltd. (London). A Universal Music Company. Made in The EU.

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Published by Chrysalis Music Ltd/Copyright Control
Remixed at The Lafayette Velvet Basement (1998 Royal Belleville Superproductions)
℗ 1998 Island Records Ltd

02
Produced at Subatomic UK
Licensed courtesy of Subatomic
℗ 1999 Subatomic

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℗ 1998 Sleek City Records

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Published by Copyright Control
Recorded & mixed at Couch Laboratories, Vienna
Taken from the album "Freaks & Icons" by dZihan & Kamien
℗ 1998 Couch Records, Vienna

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Published by Chrysalis Music Limited
Remixed for Canny Productions
Licensed courtesy of V2 Music Limited
℗ V2 Music Limited

06
Published by Freibank
Licensed courtesy of Platipus Records
℗ 1998 Platipus Records

07
Mixed at Select Sound
Mastered at Sony Music Mastering
℗ 1998 Sony Music Entertainement (Australia) Ltd

08
Published by Zomba Music Publishers Ltd
Taken from the album "Beyond Skin" by Nitin Sawhney
(Qawwali Group appear courtesy of Realworld Records)
Post productions @ Whitfield Street Studios
℗ 1999 Outcaste Records Ltd

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Published by Sony/ATV Music Publishing
Engineered @ Grand Central Records
Licensed exclusively from Grand Central Records
℗ 1999 Grand Central Records.

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Published by Copyright Control
℗ 1999 Jazzland Recordings

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℗ 1999 Open Mind Music

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Published by Universal Music Publishing
℗ 1998 Barclay

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Published by Warner Chappell Publishing (Spain)
℗ 1999 Mercury Records Ltd (London)

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Published by Copyright Control
℗ 1997 Moonrock

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Published by Screen Gerns-EMI Music Ltd
℗ 1967 Mercury Records Ltd. (London)

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 7 31456 48612 3
  • Barcode (Scanned): 731456486123
  • Matrix / Runout: 00088 564 861-2 02 / MADE IN GERMANY BY UNIVERSAL M & L L
  • Rights Society: BIEM/MCPS
  • Label Code: LC 00268
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L001
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 01BH
  • Price Code: UN 900

Other Versions (5 of 19) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
564 861-1 Various Café Del Mar - Volumen Seis(3xLP, Comp) Manifesto 564 861-1 UK 1999 Sell This Version
314 564 861-2 José Padilla Café Del Mar Volume Six(CD, Comp) Mercury 314 564 861-2 UK 1999 Sell This Version
564 861-2 Various Café Del Mar - Volumen Seis(CD, Comp) Manifesto 564 861-2 Canada 1999 Sell This Version
ADV 1999/4 Various Café Del Mar: Volume 6(CD, Comp, Promo) Mercury ADV 1999/4 UK 1999 Sell This Version
564 861-4 Various Café Del Mar - Volumen Seis(Cass, Comp) Mercury 564 861-4 Thailand 1999 Sell This Version

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dlgale1974

dlgale1974

September 22, 2014
Some nice ambient stuff on here. Starts off well enough with Talvin Singh's "Traveller" followed by the dreamy, but not very dubby, "Dub in ya mind". The Messenger adds a little funk before we go back to the dream state in dZihan & Kamien's "Homebase". Then comes "Beautiful" by Mandalay, wish they hadn't included this tune. The vocals are just dreary and express no emotion; it's elevator music. "3.2 Bedrock" sets you off back into a trance before Endorphin's Gymnopedie on steroids, "Satie 1" kicks in. I have to say I prefer the original but not sure dropping a tune from 1888 would have really been in keeping with the Mode de Jour. The next tune "Homelands" starts as if it is going to continue the classical vibe but soon morphs into an upbeat Raga. The album rolls on nicely and ends on Dusty Springfield's 1967 "The Look of Love"