AnotherLateNight

AnotherLateNight

by Zero 7
     
 

Following volumes helmed by Fila Brazillia, Howie B, and Rae & Christian, Kinetic's downtempo mix series Another Late Night turned to Zero 7, another electronica production act sympathetic to the idea of a soulful chill-out session. And though the racks are already straining from the weight of laid-back mix albums, Zero 7's is another solid edition. The duoSee more details below

Overview

Following volumes helmed by Fila Brazillia, Howie B, and Rae & Christian, Kinetic's downtempo mix series Another Late Night turned to Zero 7, another electronica production act sympathetic to the idea of a soulful chill-out session. And though the racks are already straining from the weight of laid-back mix albums, Zero 7's is another solid edition. The duo begins on a high note, culling half a dozen great tracks from the rap underground like "Real Eyes" by freak-out auteur Quasimoto and an excellent postmodern dub deconstruction of "Witness" by Roots Manuva. Farther on, Zero 7 tightly navigates the common ground between France and Brazil, courtesy of the heart-stopping transition between new-school Brazilian group Da Lata and a remix (by Matthew Herbert) of the Serge Gainsbourg/Brigitte Bardot classic "Bonnie & Clyde." They also flaunt their knowledge of soul by seeking out specialist heroes Leroy Hutson and Sylvia Striplin, and contribute their own remake of "Truth and Rights," a 1980 cut from reggae rocker Johnny Osbourne. Yes, Another Late Night does display yet another electronica act trying to prove they know their music history, but even if it is rather poised, it's also very good.

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Product Details

Release Date:
02/19/2002
Label:
Kinetic Records
UPC:
0677285470523
catalogNumber:
54705

Tracks

  1. Sunrays  -  Yesterdays New Quintet
  2. Real Eyes  -  Quasimoto
  3. Witness (One Hope)  - Roots Manuva
  4. Jealousy  -  Slum Village
  5. Channel 1 Suite  -  Cinematic Orchestra
  6. Christine Bonilla  -  Joy Zipper
  7. Ghost Ship in a Storm  - Jim O'Rourke
  8. '93 'Til Infinity  -  Souls of Mischief
  9. Pra Manha  -  Da Lata
  10. Bonnie and Clyde  - Serge Gainsbourg
  11. Happiness  - Shawn Lee
  12. You Can't Turn Me Away  - Sylvia Striplin
  13. Loving You, Holding You  - Don Blackman
  14. Cool Out  - M. Hawkins
  15. Truth and Rights  -  Zero 7
  16. People Make the World Go Round  -  Stylistics

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Album Credits

Performance Credits

Zero 7   Primary Artist
Stylistics   Track Performer
Serge Gainsbourg   Track Performer
Souls of Mischief   Track Performer
Sally Herbert   Violin
Eddie Stevens   Hammond Organ
Crispin Taylor   Drums
Mike Atkinson   Cello
Sylvia Striplin   Track Performer
Shawn Lee   Vocals,Multi Instruments
Simon Leach   Saxophone
Phil France   Electric Bass
L. Hutson   Track Performer
M. Hawkins   Track Performer
Da Lata   Track Performer
Roots Manuva   Track Performer
Slum Village   Track Performer
Cinematic Orchestra   Track Performer
Joy Zipper   Track Performer
Quasimoto   Track Performer
Yvonne John Lewis   Vocals
Yesterdays New Quintet   Track Performer
Tom Chant   Electric Piano
Emil Chitakov   Violin
Jamie Coleman   Trumpet
Charles Cross   Viola
T. Daniel Howard   Drums
Dedi Madden   Guitar
Robin Mullarkey   Bass
Paul Butler   Trumpet
Oliver Langford   Violin

Technical Credits

Michel Colombier   Arranger
Kirk Yano   Engineer
Frank Amato   Engineer
G   Producer
Matthew Herbert   Producer,Remixing
Todd Fairall   Engineer
Kevin Metcalfe   Mastering
Shawn Lee   Producer,Contributor
Andy Thornton   Engineer
Bill Brewster   Liner Notes
Darren   Contributor
Vincent Cafiso   Producer,Engineer
Zero 7   Producer
James "Jay Dee" Yancey   Producer
Madlib   Producer
Craig Richards   Paintings
Frank Amalo   Engineer
Anjay   Contributor
Darren   Contributor
R.L."T3" Altman   Composer
Andrew Thornton   Engineer

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