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  • Audio CD (6 Jun. 2005)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: !K7
  • ASIN: B0007Q6S3U
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
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The new Tosca album JAC is dedicated to the sons of Tosca masterminds Richard Dorfmeister and Rupert Huber: Joshua, Arthur and Conrad. With the album's first single release "Damentag" ("Ladies day"), the two Viennese producers give props to the ladies. For Tosca, most of all, their "Damentag" sounds funky and with this track Huber and Dorfmeister show that being a father doesn't necessarily mean that you lose track of the dancefloor. It's rather the opposite, as "Damentag" demonstrates: a kicking bassline, the trademark Tosca dub melodies and the laidback voice of former Rockers Hi-Fi MC Farda P create a bright and deep groove.

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On J.A.C. Tosca continue close to where they left off two years ago on Dehli 9; we get the great packaging in artistic concept and design, except no bonus disc. No matter. This album is equal or better. Since Kruder and Dorfmeister are credited with the first ever downtempo album, everything from G - Stoned since is about beats.
Tosca's variance on the beat theme has been to front their songs with various guest vocalists in part to a major degree of success. On J.A.C. we get the same group as on Dehli 9 but expanded to give a broader scope and vision inspired by the dedication to their sons - Joshua, Arthur, and Conrad. Thus the album title and if we are to believe, the finest Internet coffee house and hair salon listening ever. With this, their fifth studio album, we can assume that the duo of Dorfmeister and Huber as Tosca are G - Stoned finest stallions in the stable. When we get to the races, our hard earned cash is best bet on them to win, place, or show. If there was a state fair contest for best beats, someone from the G - Stoned family would walk with blue or red ribbons everytime.
Reading some advance critical reviews from critics who make their money penning their opinions, one could surmise that Tosca had been fed a steady diet of milk toast. I disagree though. There is definitely some high grade fiber and roughage. On Dehli 9, Earl Zinger on Wonderful was one the highlights. His appearance on J.A.C. is the exact opposite effect. Superrob is a minor irritation though when the overall impressions and observations conclude multitudinous 'easy listening' at it's finest.
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Rondo Acapricio: with its locked in bassline, this opener features plenty of Tosca's trademark swirls and echoes. There's a sample of a lady at a poetry reading which is faintly amusing but you kind of think they could've come up with something better, and it detracts from the music slightly. 6.5/10
Heidi Bruehl: You've probably heard this song at a high street coffee shop, somewhere. Samia Farah offers some neat guest vocals but this is mostly unremarkable. So far quite an uncertain start to the album.
Superrob: Yay, Earl Zinger. This is not quite as good as 'Wonderful' (and features almost exactly the same beat), but this ought to at least get your head-nodding. Anna Clementi adds some gorgeous harmonies on the chorus. 8/10
John Lee Huber: Starts off with an indie guitar before slotting into a grinding tempo. More strong vocals and some pretty quirky lyrics too that throw phrases like Captain Beefheart. 7.5/10
Pyjama: The first genuine instrumental on the album. Features some excellent walking bass and jazzy cymbals. Sonorous organs and washes dominate, and the tempo is well-controlled throughout. Pretty good. 8/10
The Big Sleep: Wow. If you have good pair of speakers, look out for the bass at the start of this one. More up-front vocals on this one, but though the distorted stuff is cool, they're too up front at times and ruin the chilled aspect. Although the music is pretty good, it drags on for a while and becomes a bit annoying. 5.5/10
Damentag: A definite success that rescues the pace of the album after the drawn out last track. The way the retro synths are used on this one is very reminiscent of Daft Punk, a kind of knowingly geeky space-funk. 7.5
Naschkatze: Eerie, trip-hoppy atmosphere on this one.
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The exquisite sound of Tosca return, with tracks full of intelligent beats, from jazzy downbeat, cinematic blues and mellow house sound styles. The work of Richard Dorfmeister and Rupert Huber is so deep that creates a cold and warm atmosphere at same time. Featuring the most beautiful vocal performances from Earl Zinger and Valerie Etienne, Samia Farah, Chris Eckman and Diana Lueger, Stefan Graf Hadik Wildner and the greatest "Anna Clementi" and Farda P. This album is the most consistent formulation of both the carefree and the melancholic aspects of Tosca. The melodies quicken, the grooves are both fun loving and laidback. Huber and Dorfmeister have found both a fresh understanding of the art of understatement and a newly reformulated, breathtaking musical authenticity. Like the new life around them, J.A.C. similarly breathes new life into the characteristic sound of Tosca. Besides the ever-present and celebrated Tosca mood, this new sound resonates with the vibrations of live instruments translated with a liveliness that captures the immediacy of creation and improvisation at its peak. It's this live, real instrumentation that marks the sound of the new Tosca album the most significantly. Everything in a beautiful Digi-Pack CD with printed faux black leather sleeve.
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LOUNGE MASTERS BACK AGAIN 10/10, Being one those guys that loves Kruder and Dorfmeister I had to look deeper and I came acorss 3 different tosca tracks. I was In immediately and was hooked on their unique blend of Jazz, house, chillout, and latin. This was an album that grew on me, I liked it but then i loved it. Ending with the beautiful Heidi Bruel this is another masterpiece from the duo. A slightly different sound to K&D as this features only one of the guys from them, yet it is more original also. I don't have all of their albums but I am collecting them as I know from hearing other tracks that I will be addicted to other works aswell.
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