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The Alchemist Manifesto

Label: Eighteenth Street Lounge Music
Released: 2008
Track listing: The Grand Elixir; La Reja; El Pescador; Les Dunes D'Ostende; The Alchemist Manifesto; Gunpowder; Hacia Un Manana Mejor; Contra El Sol; Pelican; One Hundred Years; Carino

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Ocote Soul Sounds: The Alchemist Manifesto

Read "The Alchemist Manifesto" reviewed by James Taylor

Ocote Soul Sounds was born of strange conditions--a failed biodiesel-fueled road trip that lead to jam sessions in Austin, TX, that in turn lead to the cross country trade of mp3s and song ideas, that gave birth to a surprising debut, last years' independently released Electric Tides. Masterminded by two of the freshest voices in new ...

El Ni

Label: Eighteenth Street Lounge Music
Released: 2006
Track listing: Tamarindio; Dedication T.V.; Esto No Se Acaba Aqui; Divinorum; Ora Como Rey, Mañana Como G

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Ocote Soul Sounds & Adrian Quesada: El Ni

Read "El Ni" reviewed by Ernest Barteldes

In this welcome pseudo-soundtrack, Latin percussion and woodwinds meet electronica, conventional instruments and other sounds to create a unique mix that explores various moods. In one instance, you have '70s-inspired funk with a salsa-ish backbeat that lends itself to a lot of improvised moments on saxophone and flute. In another, you have a dreamy ambient soundscape ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Thievery Corporation: Versions

Read "Versions" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

Thievery Corporation Versions Eighteenth Street Lounge Music (2006) Valutazione: 3,5 stelle Che i Thievery Corporation funzionino meglio quando mettono mano al lavoro altrui è una di quelle verità che si dicono un po' a mezza bocca per non sembrare banali, ma che alla fine sembrano abbastanza evidenti. Senza raggiungere le vette del loro celebrato Dj Kicks, ...

Ursadelica

Label: Eighteenth Street Lounge Music
Released: 2004
Track listing: 1. Set Your Controls to Ursadelica/Ursula 1000 2. Bossa For The Devil/Dr. Rubberfunk 3. Bay Bay Bay/HAL 9000 feat. Slyvie Marks 4. Mr. Dabada/Carlos Jean 5. Born To Funk/Ed Royal feat. Enne 6. Wont You Join Me For A Drink/Lemon 7. One Of These Days/Kraak en Smaak 8. Come Home Baby/Frank De JoJo 9. Come On a my House/Nasty Tales and their Orchestra 10. Tempura Mental (Ursula 1000 remix)/Gaijin A Go-Go 11. Suite Guaracho Pt. 2 (Beatfanatic rework)/Tata Vasquez 12. Charango/Settebello Unlimited 13. Nitty Gritty/Skeewiff 14. Chicken Payback/The Bees 15. Chick A Boom/Joe Bataan 16. Gimme A Bassline!/Torpedo Boyz 17. in The Sky/Moston and Malante 18. The Big Score (Dropped remix)/Fort Knox Five 19. Moustache/Qpythone 20. The Other Side of The Moon (Ursula 1000 remix)/Don Tiki

The Outernational Sound

Label: Eighteenth Street Lounge Music
Released: 2004
Track listing: 1. International Flight (David Snell) 2. Ya Ma Le (Gimmicks) 3. Vai Vai (Thunderball) 4. Chez Roger Boite Funk (Troublemakers) 5. 3 Play It Cool (Crazy Penis) 6. Slow Hot Wind (Block 16) 7. Under My Sensi [Thievery Corporation Remix] (Boozoo Bajou) 8. Lagos Communique) 9. Sea Groove (Big Boss Man) 10. Cookin' [Version] (Beatfanatic) 11. Cramp Your Style (Breakestra) 12. Simbarere (Antonio Carlos Jocafi) 13. Re-Return of the Original Artform (Major Force) 14. Shall We Dance (Karminsky Experience) 15. Within You Without You (Alan Lorber Orchestra) 16. Mathar (Indian Vibes) 17. Expo in Tokyo (Alan Moorhouse) 18. My French Brother (Hughes, Bobby Experience) 19. Richest Man in Babylon) 20. Better Must Come (Delroy Wilson)

Gran Hotel Buenos Aires

Label: Eighteenth Street Lounge Music
Released: 2004
Track listing: Ante Tus Ojos; Postales; Depertar; El Amor De Este Pueblo; Esta Noche; Diario De Viaje; Mona; Salvaci


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