Label: Compost Records - COMPOST 080-2 • Series: Future Sounds Of Jazz - Vol. 7 • Format: CD Compilation • Country: Germany • Genre: Electronic • Style: Future Jazz, Downtempo, Latin
theres a bunch of keepers on this album. i go with dj shuriken, slavador group and amalgamation of soundz on this one. for the rest of the tunes are a bit normal. these are the kind of songs you will hear blaring at your local starbucks cafe. it's like background music, the only song that is an exception in the one from salvador group, which begs to not be in the background with its use of /5(6).
· referencing Future Sounds Of Jazz - Vol. 7, CD, Comp, COMPOST Excellent comp. Across the board - nu-jazz, bit of d & b, some excellent house, downtempo - you should definately have this in your collection/5().
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Future Sounds Of Jazz. A series of compilations put out originally by Compost Records. The first four volumes list the series as The Future Sound Of Jazz. The article "The" was skipped for subsequent volumes and "Sound" became "Sounds". The series was picked up in the U.S. by Instinct Records starting from Vol.2 up to VolOffer Count:
I found the earlier Future sounds an excellent insite to electronica Sounds 8 was a dissapointment to me as it verged more on to the drum and base sector, For the 9th instalment of this series, compiler Michael Ridpath seems to have strayed even further away from the jazzy flavours of previous albums, to bring an interesting dance /5(12).
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