Various ‎– Ambient Dub Volume 1:- (The Big Chill)

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Ambient Dub – Volume 1:-
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1 Original Rockers Sexy Selector 8:15
2 21st Century Aura Disorientation 6:16
3 Banco De Gaia Desert Wind
Vocals [Sampled] – Ofra Haza
7:49
4 Mimoid Strawberry 5:57
5 G.O.L. (2) Angelica In Delirium 8:26
6 Banco De Gaia Soufie 8:22
7 Mimoid Tree Of The Sun, Tree Of The Moon 13:24
8 Alphanex Planet Hoskins 6:16
9 The Higher Intelligence Agency Ketamine Entity 6:03
10 21st Century Aura Something Started 8:11

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  • Glass Mastered AtNimbus

Credits

  • DesignBeyond Design
  • Mastered ByMiles*
  • Other [Series Ethnomusicological Consultant] – DJ Dick
  • Technician [Technical Consultant]Mark Tibenham

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  • Barcode: 5 018584 003626 >

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
RBADB01, rbadb01 Various Ambient Dub Volume 1 (The Big Chill)(CD, Album, Comp, RE) Beyond, Beyond RBADB01, rbadb01 UK Unknown Sell This Version
RBADLP1 Various Ambient Dub Volume 1:- (The Big Chill)(2xLP, Album, Comp) Beyond RBADLP1 UK 1993 Sell This Version
none Various Ambient Dub Volume 1:- The Big Chill(Cass, Album, Comp) Beyond none UK 1992 Sell This Version

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skardas

skardas

June 22, 2005
edited over 11 years ago

This recording also features liner notes by Lewis Carroll and gives respects to Coltrane, Ornette, Terry Riley, Bootsy Collins and others.
The tracks vary from the excellent mellow ambient-reggae- house of "Sexy Selector" by Original Rockers (most of the current ragga crews should check this out) to the innnovative sound and mind altering twisted state of the Higher Intelligens Agency's "Ketamine Entity" Those 2 tracks are most definetly high points on a compilation that also features floating grooves and acidic beats by 21st Century Aura spine chilling, arabic voice influenced transcendance on the track "Desert wind" and arabic flute influenced enlightenment on "Souffle" both excelent trance tribal tracks by Banco de Gaia ; wired fruit in form of "strawberry" - "ok, let's do it" and extended floatation, "you make me feel so good" in the form of the Kabbalah induced 'Tree of the Sun, Tree of the Moon' both by Mimoid ; bells and recitation by Angelica in Delirium ( the name speaks for itself), this is excellent drama for any chillroom ; finally an interplanetary upbeat whistling groove investigation is supplied by Planet Hoskins. The message is SEEK and you shall FIND.