Mozez – So Still
|Label:||Apace Music – APACD01|
|8||Take The Sun||4:51|
Producer – E.A.S.E.*
Producer – Henry Binns
Producer – Rubin Mallarkey
|13||If I Fall|
Producer – Ben Chapman
- Phonographic Copyright ℗ – Apace Music Ltd.
- Copyright © – Apace Music Ltd.
- Distributed By – Apace Music Ltd.
- Distributed By – Pinnacle (3)
- Mastered At – 360 Mastering
- Glass Mastered At – Lynic
- Manufactured By – www.lynic.com
- Art Direction, Artwork [Inside Portrait] – www.zipdesign.co.uk*
- Illustration [Cover Illustration] – Jopaado
- Management – Carol Crabtree, Jamie Campbell
- Mastered By – Dick Beetham
- Producer – Klas B Wahl (tracks: 2, 6, 7), Osmond Wright (tracks: 3 to 5, 8, 14), Val Proletarski (tracks: 3, 5, 14)
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 876492008721
- Matrix / Runout: [thelynicgroup (c) logo] APACD001 www.lynic.com 77833 01
- Mastering SID Code: IFPI LV81
- Mould SID Code: IFPI KA03
- Mozez's rich tenor brought a nice depth to Zero 7's debut, and on his solo album, SO STILL, his voice takes center stage. Most of the tracks here are set firmly in the chill zone: from the woozy "Feel Free" to the soulful "Baby Blue"; from the more acoustic title track to the emotive "Spinning Top." Mozez also brings a number of different moods to his voice, bringing a brightness to "Somehow Now" or using his upper registers on "Getting Better." He even gets put through the vocoder on "Take the Sun." Nightmares on Wax leaves his considerable fingerprints on "Fuzz," leaving a stripped-down track with layered vocals, while "Venus Rise" gets more digital with its background. Henry Binns offers his services to "Beautiful Day," and it indeed sounds like a lost Zero 7 track. It's nice album, best suited for a lazy afternoon.