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Thomas KromeThe Real Jazz

Label:DK Records – DK 1
Format:
Vinyl, 10", 45 RPM
Country:Sweden
Released:
Genre:Electronic
Style:Techno, Deep House

Tracklist

AThe Real Jazz (Org Mix By Krome)6:03
BThe Real Jazz (Remix By Dahlbäck)
RemixDahlbäck*
5:08
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Notes

Samples "Together Forever" by Exodus.

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  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A): DK+1+A ORLAKE
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B): DK+1+B ORLAKE

Other Versions (3)View All

Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
New Submission
The Real Jazz (10", 45 RPM, White Label)DK RecordsDK 1Sweden1998
The Real Jazz (Remixes) (2×12")DK RecordsDK 4Sweden1999
New Submission
The Real Jazz (Remixes) (2×12", White Label)DK RecordsDK 4Sweden1999

Reviews

redfoot's avatar
redfoot
the dahlback mix is a rump shaker, in that your ass starts bouncing involuntarily when that bass line drops, followed by the smile on your face for not being able to control yourself.
An infectious gem.
djcatfood's avatar
djcatfood
Edited 15 years ago
The "A" side on this one is just ho-hum. The Dahlback remix on the flip, however, is a percussive masterpiece. Nice syncopated rhythms with a techy feel to the hi end, a growling bass line that shakes the windows, and various and sundry other elements of percussion blend together to make this a funky, yet simple track. Add to the driving percussion exquisite use of builds and fades, and a killer vocal sample, and voila! Nice one to stack in a set at three or four points coming in over the top, works every time to give you some extra "ooomph." Excellent, my pretties!!!
esteban_morientes's avatar
Edited 17 years ago
This goes deep. Thomas must have had Exodus' 'Together Forever' in mind whilst making this record. This record builds up and goes down for nearly eight minutes. With a Moodymannish warm sound, real disco percussion and some wobbling late seventies New York synths this is pure Disco Glory for people who like their records deep.