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The Masters Series: Nick Warren Double CD


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  • Audio CD (21 Jan 2013)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Double CD
  • Label: Renaissance
  • ASIN: B009MP8KDI
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (16 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 58,446 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Disc: 1
1. Introduction - Aurtas
2. Nocturne Part 1 (Feat. Annabelle Guilhem) - DFRNT
3. Still Seas - Tripswitch
4. The Voices in My Head - Perdro Aguiar
5. Labyrinth - I Awake
6. Ellsworth Land - SCSI-9
7. El Spirito (Beatless Version) - DFRNT
8. City Pulse - Circular
9. Take Off - Cell
10. Oia - Terje Saether
See all 19 tracks on this disc
Disc: 2
1. Tunneling - Levente
2. Deimos - Cristian R
3. In Moments - Darren Flecta
4. Shine the Light - Darin Epsilon
5. Csillagok - Levente
6. Singing Or Speaking - Simplicity
7. All About - Doomwork
8. I Pointi Pointi - Steve Waller
9. Toro - Cesar Lombardi & Luis Bondio
10. Moving Myself - David Calo
See all 14 tracks on this disc

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Frank Jackman on 25 Jan 2013
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It's been playing non-stop and will continue so for a long time, CD1 sets an amazing scene with lovely electronic tunes and CD2 just rips the roof off, fantastic production, very versatile and coherent - Well worth the wait !
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By J. Woodford on 14 May 2013
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I was completely blown away by this mix, especially the first CD - it is sublime! Do yourself a favour and invest in a decent pair of earphones and just soak it all up. I would gladly pay £9 for CD1 alone, CD2 is a bit too repetitive for me, lacking in the ingenuity of its former part.

I love the way there are shorter tracks with a truly ambient/beatless sound which act to break up the mix's tempo and create a very immersive and unpredictable atmosphere. This means that it manages to create a dreamy, chilled out experience but one that provides a few surprises and shifts in mood so it does not get too repetitive so as to become slightly boring and sleep inducing (like some of Hernan Cattaneo's previous offerings). This is sadly missing in the more upbeat second disc with a constant bpm (not to say it's bad but in comparison to the first there is no competition in my opinion).

In summary, the track selection and mixing make this an instant classic in electronic music (CD1 and CD2). I have never heard (or seen) anything like CD1, it is an immediate source of inspiration for visual thinkers in particular (designers/artists) and as such is an essential listening experience for them and anyone else for that matter. CD2 has its moments and is in no way a bad mix, it is constantly upbeat with mostly beautiful tracks produced and mixed to the highest standard but it can't deliver an experience as unique and memorable as CD1. In fairness, I think this is only because the second disc has longer and fewer tracks, while the first has more numerous and shorter tracks, therefore giving it the opportunity to bring some variety and shifts in momentum (honestly, it's genius).

Like the album artwork, this is a hidden gem. Go and discover it!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By mattholmes on 12 Feb 2013
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Warren delivers the goods yet again ! He had a very tough task to follow on from hernan cattaneos last mind blowing master series, but this has not phased him and has come up with this absolute belter ! cd 1 is just beautiful chill out, and cd 2 a proggresive house masterpiece ! well done nick !!!!!
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Bde Wall on 28 Jan 2013
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So, it's here, Nick's long overdue return to Renaissance! Whilst Nick's mixes are usually the benchmark that other prog djs must raise their level to (particularly his Global Underground releases), this time Nick had a tough act to follow, with the latest Renaissance from Hernan Cattaneo being a real modern classic. How then, would Nick fair following up such a great previous offering to the Masters Series?

The double cd is structured simularly to his Soundgarden shows; the first half is a downtempo affair, the second is a return to his club sound. I was quietly hoping for something resembling disc 1 of 'GU30: Paris' from the downtempo disc. This isn't really like that though, it's not as mellow and is more like Hernan's opening disc on the last Master's Series release. I'd have to say I initally enjoyed Hernan's offering more, but after a few listens I've really found my way into the set. Stand out moments include SCSI-9's 'Ellsworth Land', DFRNT's 'El Spirito' (Beatless mix), Tripswitch's 'Sick Teckers', Nick Warren's 'Devil's Elbow' and a particularly good dub mix of Nick Warren's 'Buenos Aires' from Luis Bondio.

Disc two is, I would say, perhaps a little better than disc two of Hernan's lastest Renaissance mix. It's also a very true reflection of what Nick's playing out live at the moment (which I can confirm after seeing him at MOS just in November). I think those who enjoyed Nick's previous mix (Balance 018) would enjoy this a great deal. It's just a warm, inviting prog feast. It doesn't have the dark twists and turns of some of his previous mixes, but i've certainly found being out for a run with your ipod, or driving home from work, this mix gives you such a feel good factor. Highlights include Levente's 'Csillagok' and the awesome 'Welcome To The Sun' by Tom Glass. Recommended.

Verdict: 5 Stars!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Rust on 7 Jun 2013
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Brilliantly made by Nick Warren, one of the mix, we are waiting for a long time.
Hard to find better jewel on Renaissance series. Both CD discs are quiet different but perfectly and stylistically clearly met.
Great expressive journey from deep relaxation to the apotheosis of musical celebration, harmony unity of the human mind with the universe.
Second CD first class house music, fine tuned, rich of textures, music ideas, exciting themes.
All in all one of the best album I heard this year.
HIGHLY Recommended!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Mr S on 17 Mar 2013
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It's good to have Nick back, here you will find one ambient CD and one progressive, it is very much what Nick is about so just be mindful if you were expecting two discs of the same variety.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By JEZZ on 12 July 2013
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This musical trip is amazing if you like your house this is a must. Cd 1 is so well programmed every track made for each other you can just lose your self in it for hours. Cd 2 is as good a bit more up tempo and again really well crafted together you can see why nick Warren is one of our best dj exports.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Nick on 1 Mar 2013
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Whilst CD1 is a slower affair and therefore probably needs more listens to really get you, it's CD2 that jumps right out and grabs you from the start. I'd go as far as saying that it could well be the best mix I've heard since the northern exposure series. £9? It's the steal of the century.
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