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  • Audio CD (1 May 2001)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Ultra/Turbo
  • ASIN: B0000589FD
  • Other Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 208,552 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By R Diaz on 24 Mar. 2003
Format: Audio CD
This Swedish DJ/producer likes deep house music. To prove it, he dug up fourteen sultry, subdued gems mixed for when you wanting some soothing comfort. The effect is immediate; as the sweet cooing of Blue 6’s “Sweeter Love” envelops you, tensions start to fade away. There are shades of dub and some lively rhythms interspersed, floating you along until the next warm sweater of a song comes along- witness the bubbly melody of “Elevate Your Fellow Man,” or the wistful “No Sunshine.” Dahlback adds spice when needed – the dangerous bassline of “Let Me Luv U” is simple and infectious, as are the clapbeats of his own tracks (recorded as The Persuader) like “Slussen.”
Despite a minor stumble, the waa-waa opener “With Us Around” and JD&AD’s diva wailer “Make it Right,” it’s a smooth flow till the set languidly drifts off, capped with the sunset guitar serenade of “Off the Beaten Path,” and the reaffirming “New World” by Attaboy. Attaboy, indeed: Mr. Dahlback, you’ve made one heck of a mix.
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I have listened to and own hundreds of mix albums, bootleg sets, radio mixes from every genre of house, to trance to minimal. Without question, after alklk these years, this is still one of the very best I have heard. People often ask me about the album, who it's by and the name of tracks. Unless you are something of a head then you won't be too familiar with Jesper Dahlback, I like the fact he eschews the obvious and produces a mix of deep house gems whilst keeping things funky. The "live" percusion to many of his own tracks is outstanding, he seems to have had a hand in many of the tracks but the mix is all the betetr for it as he carries a certain sound throughout, nothing jars. A decade on I am still waiting for a mix that really puts this one to the sword. Probably impossible to buy now but download from anywhere if you can, the true pleaure is in listening to it yourself!
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The push to 5 stars is because this album is unlike any house album you have heard before. Yes it is funky, yes it is jazzy, but what sets it apart, is that it is dreamy. Funky bass lines, mixed with hard and soft beats, waw waw guitars...throw in melodic synths that echo or sound like they are in a tunnel, and you have a mix that is truly one of the best. You can chill to this, you can listen to this with friends, you can take it everywhere. It is all purpose.
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As a former dj that appreciates a good mix and flow to a cd...this cd is 5 stars! I bought this cd last yr. in vancouver, canada and still love to listen to it. I like every track on this cd, which is a unique in a mix cd...im waiting for volume 2....
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
fourteen sultry, subdued gems 25 July 2000
By R Diaz - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This Swedish DJ/producer likes deep house music. To prove it, he dug up fourteen sultry, subdued gems mixed for when you wanting some soothing comfort. The effect is immediate; as the sweet cooing of Blue 6's "Sweeter Love" envelops you, tensions start to fade away. There are shades of dub and some lively rhythms interspersed, floating you along until the next warm sweater of a song comes along- witness the bubbly melody of "Elevate Your Fellow Man," or the wistful "No Sunshine." Dahlback adds spice when needed - the dangerous bassline of "Let Me Luv U" is simple and infectious, as are the clapbeats of his own tracks (recorded as The Persuader) like "Slussen."
Despite a minor stumble, the waa-waa opener "With Us Around" and JD&AD's diva wailer "Make it Right," it's a smooth flow till the set languidly drifts off, capped with the sunset guitar serenade of "Off the Beaten Path," and the reaffirming "New World" by Attaboy. Attaboy, indeed: Mr. Dahlback, you've made one heck of a mix. A-
The beat goes on 9 Aug. 2001
By Enrique Torres - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Somewhere between pop jazz and electronica tinged jazz is where Sweedish producer Jasper Dahlback has found a niche. This is a pretty good CD of "soft" tunes that are not exactly breaking grounds on either front. The mix is an interesting blend that neither captivates nor puts the listener to sleep. For my tastes the CD has too much of a I've heard that before sound that in spite of itself grooves on and on, sometimes to the point of repetitive humdrum. With it's sensous vocals mixed in on occassion this music reminds one of a neo-disco blend of jazzy production work. Thirty years ago Donald Byrd was utlizing the same concepts with his Blackbirds who complimented his horn stylings. Herbie Hancock played with these ideas years ago as well. The samplings here shake your booty but don't break it. The mix on this CD seems best suited for those moments right before one slips between the sheets after a night of partying. In the vernacular of the hip, this is not exactly "chill out" music but neither is it music to get your engine going, that is unless your driving a vintage machine. Rather than get you going full throttle this music down shifts. All in all this is a fun listen, not as inventive as some might imagine but cool nonetheless. If you're looking for something new and progressive look elsewhere as this is basically something old under a new guise. Recommended for die hard dance fans that can't get enough thump thump, even after the lights are down low and the werewolves are hurrying for cover before daybreak.
Best house CD ever created. 1 Mar. 2007
By Kyle J. Surwilo - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
A true classic! If you love deep, funky, unique, soulful, jazzy, melodic, emotional, evocative house music, mixed raw and live, BUY THIS DISC!! It's everything that is, and ever was, good about HOUSE MUSIC. I remember the reviews for this disc when it came out in late 1999, and they were simply off the charts in every dance music publication. Now that I own a ipod, I'm giving away all of my old electronica CDs, but I'm purchsing this disc again as my current (WELL worn) copy is scratched. I'd rather OWN this CD anyway. Absolutely incredible from the weird baby noises it begins with, all the way through it's sweet blissful end. Seriously. If this CD doesn't have you dancing, it will have you sitting back and with an enormous grin on your face and reminiscing about what house music used to be about. Enjoy, and may "dance music" R.I.P.
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A Swede with Soul! 7 Feb. 2000
By Niklas P. Andersson - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Who says Swedes have no soul (a rumor started by moi)? Alright, for the record, I am a slightly disgruntled Swedish expat, which makes my love of this record all the more surprising for Jesper has created a beautiful chill-house record--along the lines of Kruder& Dorfmeister's lovely "KD Sessions." Jesper Dahlback's "Stockholm Mix Sessions" moves you without bombast--classy house sounds, soulful singing, and a disciplined restraint create a spiritually uplifting dance record. Buy it; you won't be dissapointed.
Laid back house at it's best 14 Nov. 2001
By epsy - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Really great cd, and i'm not even much of a fan of repetitive electronic music but this is really really lush. Nice rhodez solos all over the place and an overall VERY relaxed theme to it. Almost gives me some sort of newfound respect for djs
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