From: Velanche Stewart (vstewart@calpoly.edu)
Date: Mon May 14 2001 - 23:45:37 CEST

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    I've listened to some amazing CDs over the past few days. I really don't
    know much about the artists, but they sure are worth seeking...

    ZEB--I don't remember right now the name of the album, but it's a
    full-length on Irma Records. It is just fantastic downtempo/upscale
    sounds that is just so right for today.

    LANDSLIDE--Drum N Bossa (Om)--this was originally on Hospital Records,
    but now it's been released stateside via Om Records. This is easily one
    of the best that I've heard this year (along with the Ian Simmonds
    full-length). The sounds just takes the jazz tip up several notches
    above most. Tim Land knows how to work it.

    V/A--UNIQUE CLUB CULTURE--Germany truly amazes me with how defined the
    modern jazz/dance scene has taken shape there. This time, it's
    Dussodorf's (sp?) spin on things. Right off, I recognize the Truby
    Trio's tune that has been remixed by Jazzanova, so it's the first time
    I've heard the original version. Just about every cut on it really
    represents Unique rather nicely. I'd like to know more in time.

    I'm looking forward to hearing Matthew Herbert's "Bodily Functions" when
    we get it in. Nice to know that good music still keeps getting better
    and better.


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