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Fabriclive 56: Pearson Sound / Ramadanman

Pearson Sound / Ramadanman Audio CD
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  • Audio CD (21 Mar 2011)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Fabric Worldwide
  • ASIN: B004NQUKH0
  • Other Editions: MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 58,570 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Hawker - Pearson Sound
2. Late Night Jam - Levon Vincent
3. Music (Body Mix) - Elgato
4. Everyday Madness - Marcello Napoletano
5. Vanghoma - Tiyiselani Vomaseve
6. Wad (Bonus Beats) - Pearson Sound
7. Battle for Middle You - Julio Bashmore
8. Grab Somebody - Ramadanman
9. Void 23 (Carl Craig Re-edit) - Appleblim & Ramadanman
10. Project - Pearson Sound
11. GR Etiquette (Pearson Sound Symphonic Mix) - Joy Orbison
12. Ruckas (Rob Kemp Remix) - J:Kenzo
13. Bad Girl (Lil Silva Dub) - Fugative
14. Demons - A Made Up Sound
15. Night Mode - Jam City
16. Different Lekstrix - Mr. Mageeka
17. Inna Daze - Pangaea
18. Stifle - Pearson Sound
19. From the Drop - MJ Cole & Wiley
20. Qawwali - Pinch
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Format:Audio CD
The FabricLive series starts 2011 in fine style by enlisting David Kennedy, better known as Ramadanman and Pearson Sound. Kennedy first broke into the Bass music scene in 2006, releasing numerous singles on many labels including Swamp 81, Hemlock, Aus and his own Hessle Audio, the label he co-runs with Ben UFO and Pangaea. Kennedy hasn't limited himself to Dubstep, he's also released House, Techno and Drum & Bass tracks.

Kennedy's musical open-mindedness reflects his bewildering collection of 30 tracks for this mix, including 10 of his own under Ramadanman and Pearson Sound, some of which have never been released before. The tracks vary from Dubstep, House, Electro, Funky, Garage, Techno, Grime, Footwork and everything inbetween.

Standout tracks include guaranteed floor-fillers such as Julio Bashmore's 'Battle for Middle You', the superb S-X's 'Woo Riddim' mash-up with Ramadanman's 'Glut', Pearson Sound's remix of Joy Orbison's 'GR Etiquette' and some Electro brilliance from Bok Bok's remix of Girl Unit's 'IRL'. There's plenty of good tracks on the album, celebrating some of the pioneers of bass music such as Mala, Burial and Pinch to hot upstarts Addison Groove and Mr Mageeka. The only track that stood out like a sore thumb was Tiyiselani Vomaseve's 'Vanghoma', which just didn't sit comfortably with the rest of the mix.

The big surprise is that the mix is more restrained than the neck-shattering experience I was expecting, carefully segueing tracks, sometimes layering track upon track, seamlessly mixing one genre to another and gently building the momentum. Even at it's highest peaks, it's still quite a muted sound. But don't let this put you off as the mix is superb.
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Hugely impressive stuff. 26 May 2011
Format:Audio CD
Nor being familiar with Ramadanman before, and having a pet hate for all things 'wobble' (dubstep please stand), I wasn't sure what to expect. Truth be told I thought I'd hate it.

All I can say is - wow. Varied mixing, deep bass lines, expertly crafted and sequenced - A return to form for the FabricLive series after the underwhelming DJ Marky mix.

Highly recommended.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great Mix 10 Jan 2013
Format:MP3 Download|Verified Purchase
This mix is a must buy, I bought it based on a couple of the tracks and I have to say, it has really helped to discover some new and awesome music.
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5.0 out of 5 stars super cutting edge hi-fi street 21 April 2011
By beatjonezr - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
So, I had spent the morning working out a rattle in my car speakers because I was SURE that this mix was going to be bad-ass. I pre-ordered so I got it the day of the US release.
To tell the truth when I first put on this mix, I was pissed. It starts a bit mellow and slow, albeit good but not badass and almost no bass (I'm a bass-head) Then track 5 hit and I almost threw the CD out the damn window. The overbearing terribly off key vocal wrenched into my brain and I felt like I wasted the whole day and $15.Realizing that not sticking it out would make me weak, I can say proudly(now) that I stuck it out and discovered the "real" mix starts on track 6. From there till the end Ramadanman/Pearson Sound just shreds intellectual hi-fi "dub-tech"? "Step house?" "Bass-step"? "Hi-Fi Dub stepsister house in-law"? Whatever you call it there are elements of 90s bass music, dubstep, garage, a sortof world "street" vibe, and broken latin beats. This mix has balls, and to me its one of the dopest things I've heard in a long time. Its an exposure to a new MINDSET.
Fix your speakers and play it loud. The anthem is the VIBE
2.0 out of 5 stars Yuck 2 Mar 2013
By Boony - Published on Amazon.com
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I'm used to Fabric being 50/50 with their releases, and this one falls on the negative end. This thing tries to be all over the place (musically). Hard to get into, very commercial, and soul-less.

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