Richardlanfranc

Masters At Work - The Tenth Anniversary Collection - Part Two (1996 - 2000) as reviewed by Richardlanfranc

May 1, 2009
referencing The Tenth Anniversary Collection - Part Two (1996 - 2000), 4xCD, Comp + Box, Foi, BBECD033
Hmmm well after getting the box set part one (which is fantastic and comes with a pretty high recommendation to anyone into really any kind of house music) I was looking forward to part two... it is something of a disappointment. Alot of the tunes seem rather tepid to me. Yes, it's all nicely produced and there are some classics on here (though I'd be surprised if you haven't got them on other CDs already) but, well, it sounds to me like the MAW boys got a bit bored in the late 90s and lost their funk. Possibly this is bacause so many of the tunes on here are remixed by... and engineered by... rather than being written/poduced by them. Anyway, but the Part One Collection but this one seems like it's for completists only
larvikit

Masters At Work - The Tenth Anniversary Collection - Part Two (1996 - 2000) as reviewed by larvikit

March 8, 2003
referencing The Tenth Anniversary Collection - Part Two (1996 - 2000), 5xLP, Comp, BBE LP 033

Fantastic! Simply stunning, you can't miss out on this one... Lovely soulfulness from masters Masters At Work, this release will sound as fresh in 30 years as it does now, so timeless.
This is for hangovers, is for when you have guests who think they dislike electronica, is background music for cosy talks with good friends, is for cafés, is for making love, is for ...