[re:jazz] Featuring Joy Denalane ‎– Torch Of Freedom

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INFRACom! ‎– ic106-1
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
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A1 Torch Of Freedom (Frost & Wagner Horn Rub)
Executive-Producer – Daniel W. BestGuitar – Carlo SelwatLoops [Guitarloop] – Marcel SorgeRemix – Frost & WagnerSaxophone – Christian WeidnerTrombone – Paul Bugnon*Trumpet – Burkhardt Finckh
5:20
A2 Torch Of Freedom (Frost & Wagner Horn Rub Version)
Executive-Producer – Daniel W. BestGuitar – Carlo SelwatLoops [Guitarloop] – Marcel SorgeRemix – Frost & WagnerSaxophone – Christian WeidnerTrombone – Paul Bugnon*Trumpet – Burkhardt Finckh
5:20
B1 Torch Of Freedom (Frost & Wagner Street Mix)
Executive-Producer – Daniel W. BestGuitar – Carlo SelwatGuitar [Muted] – Hassan ElmalikRemix – Frost & WagnerSaxophone – Christian WeidnerTrombone – Paul Bugnon*Trumpet – Burkhardt Finckh
5:13
B2 Torch Of Freedom (re:jazz Version)
Bass – Andreas MannsDrums – Volker SchmidtEngineer, Mastered By – Mainframe (2)Guitar – Hanno BuschPercussion – Heiko HimmighoffenPiano – Matthias VogtRecorded By – Heinz Hess
3:15

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  • Barcode (Scanned): 801824002917
  • Rights Society: GEMA
  • Label Code: LC 04596

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
ic106-1 [re:jazz] Feat. Joy Denalane [re:jazz] Feat. Joy Denalane - Torch Of Freedom(12", Promo, W/Lbl) INFRACom! ic106-1 Germany 2003 Sell This Version

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gerry.hectic

gerry.hectic

January 23, 2005
edited over 13 years ago

Gilles Peterson (Radio1) played a white label on his show on 31.07.03. One of the best 'Box of Delights' tracklistings ever with Neil Young's 'Only Love Can Break Your Heart' immediately before it and Chaka Domu vs. Buju Volkov 'Soul Jah' right after. In the mid 90s Oliver Frost and Joy Denalane played together in the Reggae Band "Culture Roots" so when Frost, Wagner and the guitarists Marcel Sorge and Hassan Elmalik came up with the idea of a new version, Joy was the ideal choice for vocals. A1 is as close to jazz-roots reggae perfection as you can get. Big’n’bouncy with superb trombone solo (a la Rico) with elegant vocals from Ms. Denalane. A2 slows it down and dubs up the trombone. B1 sort of merges the two tracks on the a-side so you get a best of the both. The original version slows right down and is a jazzy lounge piano samba with acoustic guitar solo; hot summer afternoon stuff. Hard to not to like any of these but the ‘Street Mix’ steels it for me. Top rating without a doubt.