Incredible Sound Of Gilles Peterson Rar
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This album completely knocked me sideways when it first came out, and has continued to do so ever since - it has a unique and utterly indistinguishable sound that is instantly recognisable as uniquely Gilles Peterson. Amazingly also, the quality and buzzy sound that is so iconic is precisely what peoples are missing. The album is also the first I believe to be reissued on Sulatron - quite right it should, but the pressing isn't the same and the sound quality isn't the same.
Towards the end of the 80s, Chris really hit pay dirt as a musical trend-setter with the invention of Acid Jazz genre and as a producer and artist responsible for many early recordings on Eddie Piller's Acid Jazz label and Gilles Peterson's Talkin' Loud (producing Galliano's celebrated debut album).
The Auteurs use modern technology to create their wafting guitar lines and tape machines to conjure up the mood and moodiness or their records. As the album progresses it becomes increasingly more abstract and ethereal, and no song deviates from this general direction without this unique touch, although the pace in places gets a little dancy but never detracts from the sound. The album ends with the epic sounds of Kraan's'slow dance' and 'freakout' tracks. 7211a4ac4a