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From backroom bods to the Hollywood Bowl, from tiny specialist shops to a million-selling album, from using more singers than a Broadway musical and trucking on regardless, Zero 7’s story has always been about thinking that little big bigger. How else to explain I Have Seen, a record that brims with the smouldering orchestral soul of a thousand strings, yet was made in a tiny makeshift ... Read more in Amazon's Zero 7 Store

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  • Audio CD (4 Oct. 2005)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Azuli
  • ASIN: B000A1INH6
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (23 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 766,444 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on 13 Feb. 2004
Format: Audio CD
This album was a real slow burner for me. I loved simple things and I suppose I was dissapointed when I didnt here similar tracks on this collection. Though I stuck with it and eventually the CD grew on me to the point that I was singing along with tracks or they were turning over in my head at work - a good sign for a CD for me.
All I can say is its worth buying but it may need a few listens. For me it took a while and then bang.
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40 of 43 people found the following review helpful By Simon J. Whight on 18 Nov. 2003
Format: Audio CD
This is probably the best in the Another Late Night series (run by the people who do the also fabby Back To Mine, Another Fine Mess, Late Night Tales series), Zero 7 turn from smooth production artists to turntable masters in this selection of after hours grooves. I actually missed the entire Simple Things hype and ended up buying that after getting this. Simple Things was ok, if a little coffee table/hairdressers salon background music. This, however, pushes all the right buttons. Wonderful jazzy hip hop breaks open up the album with Sunrays, Quasimodo giving us hip hop lyrics that come from the school of intelligent thought, not the 'in da club' thought. Its not all sickly smooth either, the dub version of Roots Manuva's 1 Witness gives it a bit of grit, swinging dub beats, echoes that remind me of The Orb's Tower Of Dub. Great stuff!
The duo's musical talent shines through on the quality of mixing from one track to another. Listen to the way the lovely latin vibe of Pra Mahna slips into Herberts deep house reworking of Bonnie & Clyde. It just sounds like those two tunes were always meant to sit together like that, seamless. Its like that all the way through. Howie B's one of these mixes sounded like someone who was a bit over happy with the crossfader, this ... well its a completely different class. You journey from the opening hip hop grooves through soulful latin, a little sprinkling of acousitc guitars before finishing off with a smooth soul and 70's selection at the end. As in the tradition of the Another Late Night series, you also get a special cover by Zero 7 included just for this compilation, you won't find it on anything else aside from the limited 1000 7" copies of the track that were released at the same time as the album.
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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By "battynatty" on 20 Jun. 2003
Format: Audio CD
Every single track on this album is excellent and the album as a whole is just so funky you wont want to stop listening to it! If you like Zero 7 already, then try this because not only does it reflect Zero 7's own style but also introduces a lot of new artists you may not have heard of, but will probably like. As part of the Another Late Night series, it definitely stands out, coming a close second to Rae and Christian's contribution. This album is just perfect for chilling out to, whilst being quite upbeat and dancy at the same time (is that possible?!)
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26 of 28 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 18 Mar. 2002
Format: Audio CD
A rare find in these days of corporate compilations ; a mix CD which manages to introduce artists new to the listener and give insight into the influences of the compilers, while being an excellent listen from start to finish. That the record manages to flow while including such a wide variety of styles is evidence not only of Zero 7's expert mixing skills, but of their understanding of the music and what makes it work together. The influences they drew from this music are not always obvious, but the melody and uncluttered, tuneful arrangements are common with much of Simple Things. The fist Album I shall buy as a result of this is Jim O'Rourkes' Eureka ; Ghost Ship In A Storm contained here combines folk, quirky lyrics, and a gorgeous piano lick over a gentle rhythm like nothing else I have heard. The mixes of the Serge Gainsburg and Roots Manuva tracks are much better the originals. The classic Stylistics track, with its extended instrumental outro, is well placed at the end. Of the few not so good bits, Zero 7's own contribution sounds a little overwrought in its use of prog synth, but it's starting to grow on me.
I could sit and listen to these guys playing from their record collection all night.
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48 of 52 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 20 Feb. 2002
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Zero 7's studio album "Simple Things", in my humble opinion, is almost perfect and if I am in the right mood, it is probably amongst the best ever recorded. Consequently, like many others, I am aching for more. This compilation has been touted as an indication of the roots of "Simple Things" and in many ways you can see that as you listen to it. But do not expect "Simple Things" or even a diluted version of it. There is a vast array of musical types here, from Bossa Nova/Latin, Dub, Philly soul, hip-hop and downbeat accoustic/folky leanings. It is a very cool selection and worthy of a listen, but only if you have very broad musical tastes. I like it very much, but i listen to everything from Patsy Cline to Sibelius to Dr. Dre to Air to Turin Brakes. Not for your average CD buyer.
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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By rebecca_stokes@yahoo.com on 5 Jun. 2002
Format: Audio CD
I think that this current installment of the 'another late night' series is excellently produced by Zero7. It is contrasting to Simple Things however, listening to the music which inspires these artists is enlightening in itself.
The mixture of hip hop soul,latin and other genres of music which all blend effortlessly into one another adds to the chilled back nature of this album.
I love the laid back vibe in '93 til infinity' and thoroughly enjoy chillin to another great tune by Zero7: Truth and Rights.
This album is great for Zero7 fans and music lovers who enjoy different types of music.
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