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Rob Da Bank Presents Sunday Best

Various Artists , mixed by Rob Da Bank Audio CD
4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
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  • Audio CD (18 July 2005)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Label: Sunday Best
  • ASIN: B0009353Q4
  • Other Editions: MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 130,578 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Disc: 1
1. Sebastien Tellier - La Ritournelle
2. Razzy - I Hate Hate
3. Jorge Ben O Dia Que O Sol Declarou O Seu Amor Pela Terra
4. William Pitt – City Lights
5. Demis Roussos - I Dig You
6. Laidback – Sunshine Reggae
7. Earl Grant – House Of Bamboo
8. Nature Zone – Porcupine
9. The Go Team – Everyone’s A Vip To Someone
10. Superimposers – Would It Be Impossible
See all 14 tracks on this disc
Disc: 2
1. Daisy Daisy – Michelle Plays Ping Pong
2. Howdi – Kiss And Tell
3. Kish Mauve – Lover
4. Plastic Operator – Folder
5. Blake – Saturday Night
6. Max Sedgley – Happy (Spiritual South Go Happy In Rio)
7. Kompis – Go Down
8. Subway – Testing
9. Grand National – Playing In The Distance (Glimmix)
10. Piney Gir Featuring Simple Kid – Nightsong
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With 2 shows on Radio One, namely The Blue Room and One Music, Rob Da Bank is building a reputation with his diverse yet popular music policy. Rob da Bank’s Sunday Best Recordings has been releasing records since 1997 with first outings from Lemon Jelly through to its current rosta including Grand National, Lazyboy and Max Sedgley to name but a few. Sunday Best comprises 2 CDs: the first a truly inspired Balearic collection of old and new classics; the second collects some favourite tunes and fresh signings from the Sunday Best stable.

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4.0 out of 5 stars Curiouser and curiouser 6 July 2006
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The only DJ on the radio with enough irreverence, intelligence, eclecticicism and conviction to fill the void left by Peel, Mr. Da Bank is a leading light in all things to make you smile. His Sunday Best sessions have unearthed many talents from Lemon Jelly to Max Sedgeley. This collection is a real rag-bag of stuff, covering all bases. Some adjectives to use here are light, affectionate, wonky, funny, quirky, imaginative, unpredictable. Standout tracks: Max Sedgley: Happy (Spiritual South Go Happy in Rio Mix)...a samba band is used to inject spark and dancefloor fuel to this classic Max Sedgeley tune. Daisy Daisy: Michelle Plays Ping Pong...table tennis samples used for the drum track on this odd tune, with slurred sleazy female vocal to add spice. Whitey: The Light At The End Of The Tunnel Is A Train....dream soundscape with hawaian guitar. All these are Five star tunes... the eclectic nature of the collection is bound to annoy as many as it delights, but if you are a regular listener to his radio shows, it's an essential purchase.
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5.0 out of 5 stars excellent cd 13 July 2013
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bought for my boyfriend for his birthday and he was made up he is a big fan of rob da bank sounds and this was an excellent cd good tracks and quality many thanks.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Irreverent Pop 31 May 2010
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Rob Da Bank and Chris Coco's now extinct Blue Room show specialised in digging up new and old tunes that spanned genres but had one thing in common - a lilting, inverted, somewhat off kilter pop genius. This album is essentially two cds of that sort of thing, and will delight anyone who ever loved the Blue Room, or likes Da Bank's Radio 1 Show.
It's hard to pick out highlights, as there genuinely isn't a bad track on here. The first disc, entitled Dusty Disco, starts off really strongly, with the first five tracks, particularly William Pitt's City Lights, standing out. It's a trip through esoteric disco floor fillers, wrapped up at the end with a few slower numbers.
The second, Balaeric Beauties, spreads the quality pretty evenly throughout. It starts off a little lo-fi, and then blends into the Balearic sound of the title. Piney Gir and Simple Kid's "Nightsong", a twisted and kooky love song, sticks its head slightly above the parapet, as does the lilting harmonica of the final track.
This album is a trip through Rob Da Bank's world, and it's one that fans of his radio show will be more than happy to repeat on a regular basis.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Munch's Review 12 April 2008
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The CD on a whole was good, I purchased the CD for one song (Porcupine by Nature Zone)but overall the CD was good.
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