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5.0 out of 5 stars master at work, 2 Aug. 2003
This review is from: Sharam - Toronto Afterclub Mixes (Audio CD)
Having acquired the recent Toronto album, I was expecting a more layed back, self indulgent affair......How wrong could I be, afterclub certainly does not mean after thought.
Its quite clear that Sharam wears the shiny trousers in this duo, as he manages to blend deep dark funky stuff with bite sized chunks of credible pop/dance.
Somehow this album feels more focussed and clinical than Toronto, almost as if he's proving to himself that he's still got it.
I can honestly say there are no real fillers on this, a solid selection is held together by the stand out tracks from Luke Wan, and Watkins, (as I had these on repeat) it took me over 2 hrs to finish the CD.
Deep Dish still cut it, since I first heard them in 95 they continue to innovate, and consistently put out the best mix albums (yes even better than the legendary K&D sessions).
So, there you have it, if you've got Toronto this is a must have.
If you haven't buy this first !!
PS.. check out the Dubfire aftermix album - slightly more cerbral/introspective but still a great listen.
...off to the next destination...
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Deep Dish Never Fails to Deliver!, 10 July 2003
This review is from: Sharam - Toronto Afterclub Mixes (Audio CD)
After having been to the 'Deep Dish:GU Toronto 25' UK release party at Turnmills, I eagerly awaited the album, and when I had finally got my hands on it, I didn't stop listening to it untill their next instalment. I picked Sharam's afterclub mix as one to write about becuase it has such personality to it, mixing up what seem like old skool classics such as track 1 'fly like an eagle, to the subtle breakbeats of 'Solar Plexus', which can only be appreciated at full volume at full base. The set climaxes with 'Watkins: Black AM' to get those feel good vibes going, perfect for getting on the glad-rags, with a few tequila shots and some friends, slightly reminiscent of the vibe that 'driving to heaven' on Deep Dish's Moscow set produces.
You can't go wrong with this, and the price says it all. Its worth every penny at around 8 quid so if you are a fan of Global underground and Deep-Dish, you know where to log on!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Sensational, 1 May 2006
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Truly a beautiful mix. When it comes to the deep end of things in my opion there is nothing that can touch this mix. Deep dish in general are outstandingly represented in the global underground series this is definatley the highlight. The mix as a whole leaves you with a lasting impression.

Its a story, a journey and all good. 5 stars no doubt
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4.0 out of 5 stars Sha-ram dunk the funk!, 21 Nov. 2003
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This review is from: Sharam - Toronto Afterclub Mixes (Audio CD)
So here it is then, a rare chance to hear one half of the dynamic duo that is Deep Dish flying solo. To see how they tick individually, and what they bring to the Deep Dish table.
Ploughing a more progressive field then Ali’s Dub pastures, Sharam wastes no time in serving up some classic house in the shape of M.O.W.’s take on the Neville Brothers “Fly Like An Eagle”. A fine start by anyone’s standards. From here we are taken down a deeper path with lost gem “Solar Plexus” before driving head first into the menacing sounds of (BT collaborator Andy Gray’s) Amoeba Assassins “Airbomb”.
Just in the nick of the time, before any danger of the mix becoming stale, Sharem decides to take us on a more left field direction. Twisted rhythms intermingling with eclectic beats, you’d expect nothing less from Timo Mass and Cari Lekebusch. Before the sounds of one the albums stand out tracks (the haunting) PQM’s “Are You Sleeping” brings us back full circle. Superb.
So why no 5 stars then: It’s a close call, but the mix does suffer from being a little to generic at times. It does seem like the whole world and his dog are championing the same sound. Never the less a very worthy album from one half of one of the more pioneering dance artists.
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4.0 out of 5 stars ...and in second place we have:, 2 Oct. 2003
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Simon J. Whight "fourfourfun" (Manchester) - See all my reviews
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And here we have yet another part of the 4CD marathon which is the Global Underground Toronto package. When I first heard of the concept of the Afterclub mixes I was quite excited! I was hoping to see the Dishy duo pick out a nice selection of their chillout faves (ala the Back To Mine series) ... so I was a touch disappointed when it didn't turn out to be that. However, what you do end up with is a slightly deeper excursion into the realms of house. Sharam picks out some old faves of his no doubt in the form of some classic Masters At Work, and Black AM, and tends to mine a more pumpy vein than Dubfire's Afterclub mix, hitting some thunking progressive moods of Solar Plexus and PQM via the bumping breaks of Timo Maas and Shakedown. You see plenty of Yoshitoshi productions on here, and current Yoshitoshi fave The Greek rounds off the mix in a dark electronic manner.
For me, Sharam comes out second place to Dubfire if you were to put each mix up against each other, but what you DO get here, is a good solid house mix. Definately worth it for the Solar Plexus track and the absolutely stonking remix of PQM thats in there. If you like this, buy the rest of the GU package if you don't have it already! And if this is your first experience of Deep Dish and you like it, you must IMMEDIATELY go and order Yoshiesque 1 and Renaissance Ibiza!
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4.0 out of 5 stars Four Stars, 17 Dec. 2014
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1 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Top Deep dish, 16 Nov. 2003
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Sharam nice mix of pumping deep house beats like the wish ,The Future and not forgetting that wicked tune black am. Also the other tunes are top as well get it to add too you deep dish collection.
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