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Winter Chill 06.03 [Box set]

Various Artists Audio CD
4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
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Product details

  • Audio CD (28 Oct 2008)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Box set
  • Label: Ministry of Sound
  • ASIN: B00016878K
  • Other Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 108,957 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Disc: 1
1. Sway - Mooi
2. Beautiful - Late Night Alumni
3. Killing Me - Slovo
4. Too Little Too Late - Bonnie Bailey
5. No Distance - A Man Called Adam
6. Forever - Goldfrapp
7. Red Balloon - Hubtone feat. Zoe Johnston
8. Slowmotion - Kinobe
9. Smile - dZihan & Kamien
10. Big Sand - Hard Kandy
See all 15 tracks on this disc
Disc: 2
1. Hearts And Flowers - Lamb
2. Why - Therese
3. Babel Towers - Sarah Brendel
4. New Light Of Tomorrow - Husky Rescue
5. Ribcage (Kinobe Mix) - Elbow
6. Remind Me To Miss You (Chris Coco Mix) - Headway
7. Please Don't Talk - Chungking
8. Safety - Poloroid
9. This Collective - Kate Rogers
10. November - Willis
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars something different 17 Feb 2004
By jo wood
Format:Audio CD
As an avid chill-out fan, I have, in my time, bought all sorts of chill-out compilations in the search for musical gold, i.e. a cd full of magical tunes, that inspire me into thinking heaven does exist! I must admit I have very often been disappointed. Bland boring tunes, the one-song-runs-into-the-next syndrome, stuff that doesn't make you chill at all or the same song on 50 different cds (even it's very good, everything has a limit). I must admit I am very pleasantly surprised by these 2 cds. The tunes are different, have good hooks and some I am sure will become absolute classics in my collection. If you have a lot of chill stuff and want some more, get this. Excellent stuff, well recommended.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A Chillout compilation like no other 14 Feb 2004
By A Customer
Format:Audio CD
I found it hard to come to terms with selections on the latest two Winter Chill collections, but once I did loved them. The new Winter Chill set is as far from the excellent original's brisk ambient, jazzy and soul grooves, and it's hard to believe on listening that this is the same label that featured chill out albums with latin sounds of Bebel Gilberto, Mr Hermano, Subo and introduced me to the Thievery Corporation and Tosca.On this compilation the theme continues from the previous Winter chill on a more melodic acoustic sound ,vocals predominantly female, a previous reviewer mentioned soft rock. I'd describe the tracks as being folksy, soft rock acoustics . The current chillout sound has changed from Boards of Canada and Chicane's ambience to Jim O Rourke and Polyphonic Spree underground folksy tempoes in which direction this collection sways . Kandi have compiled a superb compilation of the more obscure in a sensational laid back collection ,on a downtempoe that's more seventies soft rock Crosby Stills, America , Al Stewart. Hard Kandy and Lux are about as familiar to the electronic chill out grooves as you'll get. Out of 30 tracks it would be difficult to find every track perfect but luckilly the strongest tracks outweigh the weakest,gems such as Slovo, Hubtone, Kaskade and I am Kloot were just a few of my favourites.I found this to be a new and different experience in chill out collections and think it's worth a good risk , for an out of the ordinary sound, and a generous 5 star purchase.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars This will be a hard one to beat nxt year 21 July 2004
Format:Audio CD
This CD is absolutly Amazing, I luv, luv, luv every track on it. Must admit that as with all the HedKandi cds you do have to listen to them a couple of times to get a 'feel' for them and usually there are one or two tracks that I don't like, but, after 'getting into' Winter Chill '03 I have to say that there is not one track that I want to skip. The vocals sound so pure and are amazing. Red balloon, for instance, not quite sure what she's singing about, but 'WOW'. Tracks that truly carry me away are: 2 little 2 late, Babel towers, Remind me to miss you, Safety, My journey, All or nothing.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Chilled, but not chilled kandi 31 Jan 2004
By A Customer
Format:Audio CD
The last winter chill really hit all the cold spots and I expected nothing less that perfection from this eagerly awaited annual. On a first listen it seem to be a bit of a miss, both CD’s seem to be mainly comprised of soft Rock; country; female vocals Ballards, what happened to the soul, the world music feel, the very cool beats, the layed back grooves. Although it would just be silly if this Hed Kandi compilation sounded the same as last, but has this compilation drifted in the wrong direction. Buy it any way and make your own mind up?
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4.0 out of 5 stars Rescued by pure brilliance..... 7 Nov 2005
By Scubaboy VINE VOICE
Format:Audio CD
I came to the Winter Chill series only relatively recently (silly me!) but have come to love Mark Doyle's cool selections - a lot of thought has gone into all of them by someone who clearly knows a thing or two about music.
CD1 starts off brilliantly with the excellent "Sway" by Mooi - you'll be humming this one for months! Standards are maintained thereafter for a while but drop considerably with the dreary "Killing Me" by Slovo. In fact, CD1 takes a little time to recover and there are a few morbid, dull efforts sounding very similar to one another - most lacking in any real melody.
BUT the disc picks up a little by Kinobe's "Slowmotion" and is well and truly rescued by the time you reach the excellent "The Light" by Adani & Wolf (possibly the best song in this collection).
CD2 is much stronger and is consistent from beginning to end. More variety, too, as the guys get a look-in on lead vocals. Highlights include Husky Rescue's "New Light of Tomorrow", "Please Don't Talk" by Chungking and Dirty Vegas's "All or Nothing". However, there's not really a bad track anywhere on this record.
I have to say this album is not quite as good as the follow up WC6(06.04) but it's not far off. Highly recommended for those had-a-hard-day-at-work chillout evenings.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Much better than expected 8 Jun 2006
Format:Audio CD
I'm not your typical Hed Kandi buyer, and this is the first of their compilations I've listened to. But I really like it. My usual fare is Velvet Underground through Laurie Anderson through Miles Davis through Dandy Warhols to Salif Keita and The Zutons ... i.e. pretty mixed, but definitely not disco or pop. But this compilation is good. It is what I'd call laid back late night jazzy, very modern, beautifully recorded, and pretty timeless. It's not my idea of something you'd listen to all the way through, but lots of the individual tracks are perfect mixed up with other stuff for your own personal compilations.

Definitely a five star review for me, and I am going to look into more of this stuff. A refreshing change from what I normally buy.
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