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D.J. Krust*Jazz Note / Burning

Label:V Recordings – V006
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
Country:UK
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Genre:Electronic
Style:Jungle

Tracklist

AJazz Note
AABurning
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Pressed at 33⅓RPM even though label says 45RPM

Track A samples:
Synth from Cypress Hill - Hits From The Bong (T-Ray Remix)

Track AA samples:
Vocal from Evelyn 'Champagne' King - Shame

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  • Barcode: 5 019148 125716

Other Versions (5)View All

Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Jazz Note / Burning (12", White Label)V RecordingsV006UK1994
Jazz Note / Burning (12", 33 ⅓ RPM)V RecordingsV006UK1994
Jazz Note / Burning (12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Repress)V RecordingsV-006UK2000
Jazz Note 1 / Burning (12", 45 RPM, Reissue)V RecordingsV06UK2007
Jazz Note / Burning (12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Repress)V RecordingsV-006UKUnknown

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chunkstar's profile picture
chunkstar
Does anyone know if you can get the full version of Jazz Note as a digital download from anywhere at all, as I would love a good clean digital copy but all the ones I can see are all edited down to 6:48 and missing part of the intro.
Or is ripping the vinyl to get a copy the only solution?
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dylaf
Edited 3 years ago
Still completely mesmerising all these years on, 'Burning' cuts the mustard every single time. If you wanted to puck fault, there's better drum programming out there than in certain sections of the track, but what it does well, it does well enough to silence the critic. V for Victory.
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mulder
Another killer 12 that goes for cheap because of the repress. Jazz Note one of my all time faves and Burning a complete mash up choppage tearout well worth a couple of quid! This, Music Box, Jazz Thing and Timestretch combine to kick off an early peak in the Full Cycle / V timeline that ran on for a good 8 years or so.
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veers
Edited 9 years ago
"Jazz note" is a good example of what was produced out of the deep side of d'n'b in those dayz.
Really nice but what makes this single so important I think is "Burning".
I must say I have hardly heard more complex rhythm work (Paradox and Source Direct excepted) !!
It's amazing : you could hear it thousand of times you'd never find the slightest error in drums'programming because there is obviously a kind of "ghost" killer tempo behind all the free steps and syncopes !
The soundscape, beautifully crafted, is not here for decorative role but, addictive as well, crossing many different flavas (including oriental one !), it pushes even forward the overall quality while the female voice drops its "Buuuuurniiiing !!!!!" over the drums madness, really setting the dancefloor on fire :)
An innovative jewel and immeasurable classic.