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Finest (2xLP)
Cat: DG2 006. Rel: 07 Apr 09
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
  1. Funk In Deep Freeze (edit)
  2. Sea Breeze
  3. I Am A Fool To Want You
  4. In A Sentimental Mood (edit)
  5. You & The Night & The Music
  6. Alone Together
  7. Arborway (edit)
  8. Angel Eyes
  9. Portrait In Black & White
  10. Round Midnight
  11. For All We Know
  12. I Can't Get Started
out of stock $17.99
Cat: DG 5 003. Rel: 15 Oct 08
Hip Hop/R&B
  1. Intro
  2. Rappin' Blak (feat Camp Lo)
  3. Hey Listen
  4. We Don't Play (feat Illa J)
  5. SOA (skit)
  6. Friend & Me (feat Defari)
  7. Never Satisfied (feat J To The C/The Dank by Dankery Harv)
  8. Own World
  9. A Cry For Detroit
  10. Pityfull Times
  11. SCREAM (feat Frank N Dank)
  12. The SaturdayNight Livefreestyle Ladi Dadi
  13. Outro
Played by: Benji B
out of stock $16.93
Timeless' Finest Jazz (unmixed CD)
Cat: DG 2002. Rel: 15 Dec 05
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
  1. Rodney Jones - "Articulation"
  2. Pharoah Sanders - "Moon Child"
  3. The Bronx Horns - "Sayanara Blues"
  4. Batida - "Ponteio"
  5. Batida - "Vera Cruz"
  6. Samba Trio - "Aquelas Coisas Todas"
  7. Rodney Jones - "The Gift"
  8. Woody Shaw - "Boland"
  9. Carter Jefferson - "The Rise Of Atlantis"
  10. Pharoah Sanders - "Africa"
  11. Benny Golson - "Times Past (This Is For You, John)"
  12. Eddie Marshall - "Dannielle"
out of stock $15.87
Cat: DG 12001. Rel: 02 Dec 15
Deep House
  1. We Got It (Goin On) (7:46)
  2. Shawty Is A Ten (4:50)
  3. Healin Feelin (6:20)
 in stock $15.09
Cat: DG 10001. Rel: 11 Apr 12
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
  1. Swinging To The Bass (Rahaan extended mix)
  2. Swinging To The Bass (Rahaan dub)
  3. Swinging To The Bass (Bruce Ivery remix)
Review: The music of London based collective Los Charly's Orchestra dips a 70s boogie sound with a Latin touch, and lends itself well to the exemplary mixing talents of Chi-town don Rahaan, who remixes "Swinging To The Bass" for Dopeness Galore Holland. Rahaan captures the funk that lies at the core of this track, using it as the base on which to manipulate and twist the music. It's a light footed disco cut, with a hook that slices clean through the spattering of jazz-licked murmurings. The dub mix overwhelms you with a driving bass line and tinkling piano solo, with Rahaan borrowing each epic element and composing a fresh and lively sound. Do check.
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Finest (CD)
Cat: DG2 005. Rel: 08 Mar 08
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
  1. Moniebah (edit)
  2. You've Got To Have Freedom
  3. Naima
  4. Moon Child
  5. Moon Rays
  6. Origin
  7. Africa
  8. Duo
  9. Lament
  10. You Don't Know What Love Is
  11. The Bird Song
Review: Between 1970 and 1995, tenor saxophone player Pharoah Sanders was recording for a number of different small independent jazz labels. One of those labels was Netherlands based, Timeless. This is a double LP compilation of those recordings...
He recorded three LPs for the label: 'Africa', 'Moon Child' and 'Welcome to Love'. Now Dopeness
Galore have compiled the highlights of these records available on 'Finest', a solid eleven track compilation.
These Timeless recordings were recorded in short periods of time, often a few days. 'Moon Child', for
example, was recorded in one night in 1989. Pharoah Sanders: 'The night we put this album together
we were all extremely exhausted. We had been touring when we arrived at this studio in Paris. The
session lasted all night.'
On his Timeless debut 'Africa', Pharoah Sanders (1940), intended or not, makes a link to the past. Not
only does he pay explicit tribute to his late mentor John Coltrane, he is also joined by pianist John
Hicks, who was part of Sanders' first ensemble in 1963. By that time Pharoah Sanders was living in
New York and was struggling to make a living, at times sleeping on the streets. It was joining
Coltrane's ensemble which brought Pharoah Sanders stability and wide acclaim. After Coltrane's
passing Sanders continued to work with his wife, Alice. On 'Welcome to Love', playing a series of
famous ballads, the thin, reserved approach is reminiscent of Coltrane. However, it is still marked with
Pharoah's trademark sound.
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out of stock $15.87
Finest (2xLP)
Cat: DG2 005LP. Rel: 09 Jan 08
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
  1. Moniebah (edit)
  2. You've Got To Have Freedom
  3. Naima
  4. Moon Child
  5. Moon Rays
  6. Origin
  7. Africa
  8. Duo
  9. Lament
  10. You Don't Know What Love Is
  11. The Bird Song
Review: Between 1970 and 1995, tenor saxophone player Pharoah Sanders was recording for a number of different small independent jazz labels. One of those labels was Netherlands based, Timeless. This is a double LP compilation of those recordings...
He recorded three LPs for the label: 'Africa', 'Moon Child' and 'Welcome to Love'. Now Dopeness
Galore have compiled the highlights of these records available on 'Finest', a solid eleven track compilation.
These Timeless recordings were recorded in short periods of time, often a few days. 'Moon Child', for
example, was recorded in one night in 1989. Pharoah Sanders: 'The night we put this album together
we were all extremely exhausted. We had been touring when we arrived at this studio in Paris. The
session lasted all night.'
On his Timeless debut 'Africa', Pharoah Sanders (1940), intended or not, makes a link to the past. Not
only does he pay explicit tribute to his late mentor John Coltrane, he is also joined by pianist John
Hicks, who was part of Sanders' first ensemble in 1963. By that time Pharoah Sanders was living in
New York and was struggling to make a living, at times sleeping on the streets. It was joining
Coltrane's ensemble which brought Pharoah Sanders stability and wide acclaim. After Coltrane's
passing Sanders continued to work with his wife, Alice. On 'Welcome to Love', playing a series of
famous ballads, the thin, reserved approach is reminiscent of Coltrane. However, it is still marked with
Pharoah's trademark sound.
Read more
Played by: Valique
out of stock $17.99
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