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Worldwide 3
     

Worldwide 3

by Gilles Peterson
 
On pace in 2003 to at least equal his prolific (nearly to a fault) mix-disc output of 2002, Gilles Peterson presents the third installment of his Worldwide series, which once again reflects the breadth of his Radio 1 show. If your three favorite adjectives when it comes to music are soulful, tasteful, and jazzy, Peterson remains your man, and his balance

Overview

On pace in 2003 to at least equal his prolific (nearly to a fault) mix-disc output of 2002, Gilles Peterson presents the third installment of his Worldwide series, which once again reflects the breadth of his Radio 1 show. If your three favorite adjectives when it comes to music are soulful, tasteful, and jazzy, Peterson remains your man, and his balance between up-to-date developments and undervalued pieces of the past remains as in place as ever. Fittingly, the first track is by the Detroit Experiment, a cross-generational collaboration that Peterson could've only dreamed of prior to it becoming a reality. Their version of Marcus Belgrave's "Space Odyssey" (with the composer reprising his role on trumpet) is cut short to make way for 2 Banks of 4's yet-to-be-issued "One Day," an uplifting, summery shuffle that features a stunning performance from Valerie Etienne. From there, Peterson goes back and forth between the old and the new. A back-to-back pairing of Jermaine Jackson's "You Like Me Don't You" and Marvin Gaye's "Heavy Love Affair" is inspired, highlighting the oft-forgotten Motown of the early '80s. From the younger generation, the key inclusion is Kelis' "Little Suzie" -- who knew that a Peterson mix would ever feature a Neptunes production? While generally enjoyable, the main stumbling block -- Peterson's common foible -- is the occasional inclusion that is so smoothed out that it barely exists.

Product Details

Release Date:
07/08/2003
Label:
Universal Uk
UPC:
0602498084878
catalogNumber:
9808487

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Album Credits

Performance Credits

Gilles Peterson   Primary Artist
Roy Hargrove   Piano,Trumpet,Flugelhorn,Keyboards
Marc Cary   Wurlitzer
Matt Coleman   Trombone
Gene Lake   Drums
Meshell Ndegeocello   Bass
Q-Tip   Vocals
Andy Ross   Flute,Saxophone
Raphael Saadiq   Bass,Keyboards
Erykah Badu   Vocals
Kelvin Wooten   Piano
Mos Def   Rap
Chris Bowden   Saxophone
Warryn Campbell   Multi Instruments
Valerie Etienne   Voices
Andrew Hammill   Bass
Dominic "Ski" Oakenfull   Piano
Jacques Schwarz-Bart   Tenor Saxophone
Steve Wood   Hammond Organ
Terri Walker   Vocals
Chris Storr   Trumpet
Steve Chadwick   Trumpet
David Garcia   Percussion
Keith Anderson   Alto Saxophone

Technical Credits

Henry Mancini   Arranger,Arrangement Collaboration
Willie Colón   Composer
Marc Almond   Producer
Marvin Gaye   Arranger,Composer,Producer
Jermaine Jackson   Composer,Producer
Marcus Belgrave   Composer
Herbie Hancock   Composer
Roy Hargrove   Composer,Producer
Marty Sheller   Composer
Russell Elevado   Producer,Engineer
Oscar Hernandez   Producer
Toshio Matsuura   Remixing
Jason Olaine   Producer
Joe Reisman   Producer
Jaribu Shahid   Composer
Benjamin F. Wright   String Arrangements
Luke Smith   Composer
Carl Craig   Composer
Raphael Saadiq   Composer,Producer
Rob Walker   Executive Producer
Demus   Producer
Amp Fiddler   Composer
Karriem Riggins   Composer
Pharrell Williams   Executive Producer
Mos Def   Composer
Charles Bobbit   Composer
Aaron Luis Levinson   Producer
Gregory Darsa   Composer
Daniel Romero   Engineer
Chad Hugo   Composer
Warryn Campbell   Composer
Pentagon   Programming
Francisco Mora Catlett   Composer
Regina Gallagher   Producer
Gerry "The Gov" Brown   Engineer
DJ Gregory   Producer
Oscar Simonsson   Composer
Magnus Zingmark   Composer
J. Botham   Composer
Amy Winehouse   Composer
Joi Campbell   Composer

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