- Audio CD (27 Nov. 2001)
- Number of Discs: 2
- Format: Import
- Label: Ultra
- ASIN: B00005T7J2
- Other Editions: Audio CD
- Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 282,036 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
Renaissance: Revelation Import
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Top Customer Reviews
The second CD is not, however, as listenable as the first. Nick Warren's mixing is spot on (though no doubt better than he is live - I've been a witness to his mistakes in the past), and his accapella mix of dirty is amazing. BUT although many of the tracks it features are top, this mix fails to excite me. And, apart from anything else, the track numbers are messed up - though that's hardly surprising when they try to make an accapella it's own track!
Overall, a very good compilation, just don't expect to hear too much from CD2.
As ever the music is classy and the mixing thoughtful.
However the main reason for me buying this Cd is because it has the Ashley Beedle Dub of 'Bent' by "Always". Features on Danny Howells mix
This tune is class. Pumping house beats, uplifting vocals and a majestic piano jam makes this a great tune.
Worth buying it just for this one track
In summary - good, but there are better Renaissance compilations - esp Dave Seaman
Starting off with the renound Ashley Beedle's Mahavishnu vocal mix of Always by Bent and including excellent songs such as Plato/Nothing From This World, Soul Providers/Rise and Ubu/Pixels plus the best mix on the whole compilation Nebulus/Blueless and Southern Comforert/Another Late Thursday.
Although I enjoy Howells more, the Nick Warren CD is still quite good, but just not enough to make me want to listen again and again. It's probably worth buying this just for the Howells CD!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I thought the cd was a bit better than others I have had so was a bit happy.i would probably have more at a later date thanksPublished on 25 April 2013 by Jamie Williams
Generally, I'm well into the whole prog sound as espoused by Global Underground and Renaissance. But, following the excellent previous mixes for Renaissance from Dave Seaman and... Read morePublished on 29 Aug. 2002
I received this compilation as a Christmas gift and am pleased I did, because I would be a bit unhappy if I'd had to shell out for it myself. Read morePublished on 8 Jan. 2002