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Blue Note Trip 2: Sunset/Sunrise

22 July 2006 | Format: MP3

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4:37
30
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4:37
30
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3:14
30
4
5:52
30
5
2:50
30
6
2:35
30
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5:03
30
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5:01
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3:22
30
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5:29
30
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8:08
30
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2:24
30
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2:10
30
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2:36
30
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3:28
30
16
3:56
30
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6:42
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18
3:07
Disc 2
30
1
5:24
30
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4:01
30
3
6:10
30
4
2:59
30
5
4:24
30
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4:48
30
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6:23
30
8
3:56
30
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5:20
30
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4:31
30
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4:00
30
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3:24
30
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5:17
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5:37
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3:33
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5:30


Product details

  • Original Release Date: 22 July 2006
  • Release Date: 22 July 2006
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Label: BLUE NOTE
  • Copyright: (C) 2006 EMI Music Netherlands BV This Labelcopy information is the subject of Copyright Protection. All rights reserved. (C) 2006 EMI Music Netherlands BV
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  • Total Length: 2:30:28
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  • ASIN: B002A4AVTE
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 41,479 in MP3 Albums (See Top 100 in MP3 Albums)

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By A. Jwnks on 3 Jun 2012
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Fantastic music, ideal for relaxing of the backdrop to a BBQ or party. Loved it so much I've now got four others in the series,
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Marlboroman1981 on 3 Dec 2012
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These blue note trip compilations are absolutely brilliant. Love discovering new music so this is fantastic. DJ Maestro takes you on a musical journey through jazz soul classics so you may know a a fair few you probably won't. A great addition to the series.
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By bushman on 9 April 2013
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superbly realised, the melody is always there, but the beat is allways there too, without being intrusive, this is a remix by a dj, does anything change when a tune is remixed?
Perhaps some one could clue me up? in general, and this specific case?
from my point of view, i'm 57 but if I still had parties, this would definitely be on the playlist
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
something old and something new 9 Aug 2007
By The Delite Rancher - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Much like the rest of the Blue Note Trip Series, Volume 2 is a synthesis of two musical styles. These discs seek to reconcile Blues Note's charmed past with the label's present. Both discs feature an integrated compilation of both smooth jazz and what could be described as vintage jazz. While this formula is standard for the Trip Series, volume 2 includes a healthy dose of Brazilian and Cuban inspired music. As if a DJ made this compilation in real time, the end of each track overlaps with the next tune to give a feeling of continuity. Sometimes this is done extremely well so that the key and beats actually align. The listener's final judgment will depend on his musical orientation. Since this compilation combines both smooth and vintage jazz, either listener will probably dislike the other's tracks. Unable to give 3 1/2, this vintage jazz listener awarded four stars, taking one away for the smooth jazz selections. While the vocal tracks are especially weak, the songs in Portuguese and Spanish are the most interesting. That written, the quality is high enough that despite preference, any jazz listener should appreciate the overall musical quality. The highlights off "Sunrise" include EDC's 'Samba in Solitude,' Coralie Clement's 'L'Ombre et la Lumiere' and Horace Silver's 'Que Pasa.' The highlights from "Sunset" feature the funky 'On the Avenue' by Ronnie Foster. Other strong tracks from disc two include Lonnie Smith's 'Dancin' in an Easy Groove' and the electronica infused 'Buscemi' by Viaje Feliz. This disc also offers an interesting cover of Prince's 'Kiss.' Between the two discs, "Sunset" is significantly better than its partner. Perhaps intended for the casual or newbie listener, this jazz is real but accessible. As with the rest of the Blue Note Trip series, volume 2 helps to complete the Blue Note circle.

PS. This page suggests that volume 2 of the Blue Note Trip series is out-of-print. It is not. Save yourself $18.00 and purchase the disc from here. For a complete track listing that correlates the songs to performers, the consumer will have to visit the amazon.co.uk listing for the product.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
something old and something new 9 Aug 2007
By The Delite Rancher - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Much like the rest of the Blue Note Trip Series, Volume 2 is a synthesis of two musical styles. These discs seek to reconcile Blues Note's charmed past with the label's present. Both discs feature an integrated compilation of both smooth jazz and what could be described as vintage jazz. While this formula is standard for the Trip Series, volume 2 includes a healthy dose of Brazilian and Cuban inspired music. As if a DJ made this compilation in real time, the end of each track overlaps with the next tune to give a feeling of continuity. Sometimes this is done extremely well so that the key and beats actually align. The listener's final judgment will depend on his musical orientation. Since this compilation combines both smooth and vintage jazz, either listener will probably dislike the other's tracks. Unable to give 3 1/2, this vintage jazz listener awarded four stars, taking one away for the smooth jazz selections. While the vocal tracks are especially weak, the songs in Portuguese and Spanish are the most interesting. That written, the quality is high enough that despite preference, any jazz listener should appreciate the overall musical quality. The highlights off "Sunrise" include EDC's 'Samba in Solitude,' Coralie Clement's 'L'Ombre et la Lumiere' and Horace Silver's 'Que Pasa.' The highlights from "Sunset" feature the funky 'On the Avenue' by Ronnie Foster. Other strong tracks from disc two include Lonnie Smith's 'Dancin' in an Easy Groove' and the electronica infused 'Buscemi' by Viaje Feliz. This disc also offers an interesting cover of Prince's 'Kiss.' Between the two discs, "Sunset" is significantly better than its partner. Perhaps intended for the casual or newbie listener, this jazz is real but accessible. As with the rest of the Blue Note Trip series, volume 2 helps to complete the Blue Note circle.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Perfect mix of swinging jazz 24 Nov 2003
By DirkJan Dokman - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Buy this cd and swing on the saturday night record and chill with the Sunday morning disk. Very good jazzy mix from DJ Maestro!
Too Much Vocal Jazz 23 Feb 2012
By Tough Customer - Published on Amazon.com
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I was disappointed because this 2-CD set includes mostly vocal jazz tracks. I do not like vocal jazz. On the plus side, the instrumental tracks do include some top-notch pieces such as Blue Mitchell's "Good Humor Man", Horace Silver's "Que Pasa" and Joe Henderson's "Blue Bossa", but I already owned these tracks on their original albums. Anyone who dislikes vocal jazz will probably not be happy with this collection.
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Smokin'!!! 12 Sep 2005
By Jazzam! - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
The ultimate jazz-funk joint complitation will make you move to get all three in the maestro collection!!
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