Opening and closing with edits from the mysterious Jupiter & Mars. One from the past and one for the future. More Library Jazz / Funk from Aficionado. Another teaser from that CFCF mini-LP, this one with a touch of the Methneys. Ambience from the amazing Suso Saiz collection (on Music From Memory) and Tropical Hi-Fi (on Emotional Response). Two Weatherall moments. The poetry of Lowroad on the Lord Sabre curated Moine Dubh, and a collaboration with Nina Walsh, Piano Magic`s Franck Alba and Youth, together invading the heart. D.K. does his best Vangelis (circa “Good To See You”). Moscoman & Red Axes rattle steel pans and do their best Wolf Muller / Themes For Great Cities / Salon Des Amateurs (does “Wolf Muller” now qualify as a genre?). Andras Fox reprises “No Way Back” via Laidback`s “White Horse”. Ruf Dug gets put through Al Breadwinner`s board. Anna Homler spins yarns from other worlds. G Marie invoke Muslimgauze. Black Classical run the Voodoo down.
Lucio Battisti / Il Nostro Caro Angelo (Jupiter & Mars Numero Uno); Imperfect Product / Solina; CFCF / Fleurs Laisses dans Un Taxi; Tropical Hi-Fi / Tradewinds; Suso Saiz / Linda Cubana; Lowroad / Black Swan; D.K. / Journey To The Sun; Moscoman & Red Axes / Dikembe Manutu; Ruf Dug / Rasta Beach (Al Breadwinner Dub); Admas / Kalatashew Waga (Andras Fox Remix); Anna Homler & Steve Moshier / Ee Che; The Woodleigh Research Facility / Taqiya; G Marie / Konstanze; Black Classical / Running The Voodoo Down; Super Mama Djombo / Marietu Djeme; Floating Points / Silhouettes (Jupiter & Mars Edit).
Thank you to the labels:
Aficionado, International Feel, Emotional Response, Music From Memory, Moine Dubh, Antinote, ESP Institute, Music For Dreams, Major Problems, RVNG Intl., Rotters Golf Club, Keyboard Masher, On The Corner, New Dawn.