This album has an average beat per minute of 128 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 123/142 BPM). Tracklist Touch of Jupiter. 1. March of the Bog Lily (Clapapella).
1. 2. Trying 2 Find U. 5:330:30. 3. Visions from Yesterday (Saxy Mix). Listen to Touch of Jupiter in full in the this site app. Play on this site.
Hardware-built house is certainly nothing new, and Friendly Chemist (Jean Brazeau) isn't pretending that it i. Brazeau seems to know exactly what he's doing with this material, and he keeps Touch Of Jupiter inspired and exciting despite its roots in well-worn sounds. Some of the record's best tracks feature live instruments (or an approximation thereof), which gives Brazeau a chance to show off his soulful melodic touch. The Rhodes in "Trying 2 Find U" appears during the tune's quiet breakdown, and its burnt chords lend it some heartfelt punctuation before launching into the finale.
With Touch of Jupiter, Friendly Chemist becomes the latest local artist to find a home here. Whether it's the space synths burbling above warm pads, the noodling organ lines, or the sax on "Visions from Yesterday," Friendly Chemist seems to be aiming firmly for a distorted and misty-eyed take on classic euphoric house. With no shortage of jazzy melodic focus, Touch of Jupiter unfortunately ends up somewhat short on soul and energy, ending up closer to the clinical sound the.
Cat: 1080 P38 Released: 10 February, 2015 Genre: Deep House. What is Album Only? Some artists and labels prefer certain tracks to be purchased as part of an entire release.
Moons of Jupiter is an album by American jazz trombonist Steve Swell, which was recorded in 1997 and released on CIMP. He leads a quartet with Mark Whitecage on reeds, Dominic Duval on bass and Jay Rosen on drums. The Penguin Guide to Jazz notes that "Moons of Jupiter gets a tumultuous start with the overwhelmingly powerful 'For Henry Darger'. The rest of the record turns out as a free-bop date with flashes of brilliance.
Jupiter is the fourth studio album by the American technical death metal band Atheist. It is their first studio album in 17 years since the release of Elements in 1993. After the release of Elements, Atheist disbanded in 1994. On October 5, 2005, Atheist vocalist Kelly Shaefer announced that the band would possibly reform to play live shows sometime in the following year
|1||March Of The Bog Lily (Clapapella)||5:34|
|2||Trying 2 Find U||5:34|
|3||Visions From Yesterday (Saxy Mix)||6:58|
|4||Queen Of Swords||6:36|
|5||March Of The Bog Lily (Celestial Mix)||7:29|
|1080P38||Friendly Chemist||Touch Of Jupiter (Cass, Album)||1080p||1080P38||Canada||2015|