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Progression Sessions Import


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Smooth.... 7 Feb 2002
By "mcbalaban" - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
LTJ has done it again. Bukem performs his acetate wizardry the way James Bond deals with his enemies. Effortlessly. I guess that would make MC Conrad Bond's Walther PPK... Not too far from the truth as he mercilessly dominates the scene with his sharp-shoot rhythmic punctuation and orthoepy of marathonic proportions. More like a sub machine-gun really.

This number of Progression Sessions flows smoothly from start to end. Tracks from Pariah, Nu Moon, J-Laze and Itersperse bring fresh energy to the sound while Makoto, coaching his younger brother, brings in the mellow element. If you put Big Bud and Lacarno onto any record, well, you've got my number then. One of the things I like about the Good Looking Series is that they stay more or leas the same. Thus you always know what you're getting. (The possible exception being the Earth series, but as it changes in a... ...logical manner, that's ok.) I wouldn't want it to change to something new (they can always spawn new labels if they want), rather change to new ways of doing the same thing.

The second CD testifies to Makoto's musical prowess. The Japanese version features a completely new mix from Shimizu-san instead of
the now standard, instrumental-rip-off-mix, they put in the package in Europe and USA. Aaahh. This is why I love Japan! (Actually, that's why I hate it too, when I'm unable to buy records there and also when I am able to do so, but I see the price.) Enough on fishy label policy. The mix is top-notch. Makoto knows his stuff and now he can concentrate a bit more on his smiling. For mentioning one, Akira's Yellow River (...or was it Liver?.. Ok. Ok. Bad joke.) proves that Makoto needn't stand around the backstage's corner and worry anymore.
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