Ad

Release

Marketplace

18 For Sale from $2.09
Ad
Ad

Statistics

  • Have:337
  • Want:49
  • Avg Rating:4.24 / 5
  • Ratings:74

Videos (5)

Edit

Lists

    Ad

    9Lazy9*Sweet Jones

    Label:Ninja Tune – ZEN CD79
    Format:
    CD, Album
    Country:UK
    Released:
    Genre:Electronic
    Style:Breakbeat, Future Jazz, Downtempo

    Tracklist

    1The Woodworm
    KeyboardsMitchell Feldman
    5:14
    2Code 34:17
    3Sunday Monday
    FluteManu Bandettini
    4:11
    4Poundstretcher
    KeyboardsGianluca Petrella
    7:39
    5Keep Going Daddy5:02
    6Big Six4:03
    7Grazing Maize1:13
    8Cosa6:37
    9Tumbleweed
    BassoonAdriano Tirelli
    3:12
    10Carborante3:22
    11The Flying Nun3:02
    12The Last Of The West4:39
    Ad

    Credits

    • Artwork By [Graphic]Margoni / Angusto Studio
    • Composed By, Arranged By, Producer9Lazy9*
    • GuitarMishael Levron (tracks: 1, 2, 9, 11)
    • TromboneGianluca Petrella (tracks: 2, 4, 5)

    Notes

    Made in England.
    Made in the UK by Universal M&L (matrix)

    Advertised release date 23/6/2003

    Barcode and Other Identifiers

    • Barcode: 5 021392 294124
    • Matrix / Runout: IMPRESS ZENCD79 01
    • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L136
    • Mould SID Code: IFPI 04H7

    Other Versions (5)View All

    Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
    Sweet Jones (2×LP, Album)Ninja TuneZEN 79UK2003
    Recently Edited
    Sweet Jones (CDr, Album, Promo)Ninja TuneZEN CD79PUK2003
    Sweet Jones (CD, Album, Promo)Ninja TuneZEN CD79PUK2003
    New Submission
    Sweet Jones (CD, Album)Ninja TuneZEN CD79Canada2003
    New Submission
    Sweet Jones (CD, Album, Unofficial Release)Ninja Tune (2)ZEN CD79Russia2003

    Reviews

    scoundrel's avatar
    scoundrel
    Edited 16 years ago
    9 Lazy 9, an early and groundbreaking part of the Ninja Tune stable, return after a long absence with SWEET JONES, an reprise of their downtempo-dub-jazz fusion. And they start off in fine worm, with the gentle freeform of “The Woodworm.” “Poundstretcher” goes a more mysterious route and “Cosa” follows there soon after. “Keep Going Daddy” injects of the more rhythmic sensibilities that Funki Porcini had in his solo work, but for the most part, the tempo is kept more on the “down” side, as with the groovy “Carborante.” In the years between their first releases, the entire lounge-downtempo-future-jazz scene has blown up, sometimes with great results, and sometimes with mediocre results. Though the world hasn’t completely left 9 Lazy 9 behind, they’re no longer the innovators they once were. That’s a minor complaint, however, when they can still produce high-quality music, like the gorgeous “The Last of the West,” which switches from major to minor keys with simple grace. Let’s hope it’s not the last of 9 Lazy 9.