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G-Stone 12 018 . 10/23/2000 . G-Stone (Soul Seduction)
  
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note: samples taken from corresponding cd.
artwork credits: Littasy
what we say  
After the successful release of the Tosca «Suzuki» CD earlier this year, Tosca return with some extra-fine dubs from the original tracks.

Burnt Friedman, who is famous for his work as Nonplace urban field and his legendary series on Scape records, opens the album with his typical rhythms that are his very trademark. Alex Kid`s work with Dubphonic was featured on the Subtitled releases on Guidance records, he delivers a highly funky and danceable stormer, that will rock every dancefloor around.

Walkner.Moestl had 2 EP´s (Bluish/ Heaven or hell) out on G-stone so far, they have developped their own sound full of groove and tasty electronics, their dub turned out to be deep and hard. Uko, out of the Klein record label, is dubbing the Annanas track to highest effect, a smooth and mellow version is the result.

Sasha from NYC, who is known for his releases for Codek records/NYC has released high-profile stuff under Organic Grooves and Cosmic rockers. He very much knows about groove+dub. The austrian duo dZihan+Kamien are coming through this year due to their superb production on their couch imprint. Their interpretation of Busenfreund is simply class.

Philippe Lussan did some fine stuff as choc electronique on his Invincis label, he is specialised in deep uptempo stuff. Baby mammoth doing it again with a dreamy dub while the Deadbeats-guys are hitting it harder with some tougher mid-tempo beats.
The final mix of Groove corporation is again a good example of what it`s about here: dub

dub be good to you


written by Richard Dorfmeister & Rupert Huber for Tosca production
G-stone recordings 2000

what they say  
Was bis vor einiger Zeit nur dafür taugte, Gitarrencombos dancefloor-kompatibel zu machen, ist mittlerweile zur eigenen Kunstform geworden - das Remix-Album. Ein seltenes Beispiel dafür, wie eine ursprünglich rein komerziell geplante Produktform Eigenleben entwickelte und nun Künstlern die Möglichkeiten gibt, Respekt an andere Acts zu zollen, ihr eigenes Werk im Musikgeschehen zu positionieren, und ihren Stücken neue Seiten im Rahmen des Remix abzugewinnen lassen. Basierend auf den Stücken des Albums 'Suzuki' von Tosca, dem Projekt des Star-DJ's Richard Dorfmeister und des Experimentalmusikers Rupert Huber, erstellten Gäste Neuentwürfe und Interpretationen. Wie die Originale durchwegs instrumental gehalten, funktioniert 'Suzuki in dub' als sinnvoller Appendix zum Tributalbum an den Zen-Meister Shunryu Suzuki. Von den Dub-Jazz Variationen Friedmanns über die dezente House-Interpretation von Walkner.Möstl und die UpBeat-Version von UKO spannt sich der Bogen bis zum balearischen Dub von dZihan+Kamien. Kosmopolitisch und elegant - Eine Empfehlung. (lach@Jazz Zeit 10/00)

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