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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Disco-tastic!
Joey is obviously riding high in the charts with his housey pop workout, and others know him for his sublime reworking of 'that' American Beauty sample as Jakatta. So, some (including, I presume, the other reviewer of this CD at time of writing) might find this CD a confusing departure from all things banging.

However, the point in the "Trip" series is to...
Published on 2 May 2006 by Mr. N. A. Chapman

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4 of 11 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars We're all djs now - and this doesn't cut it
This could be a compilation from one of your mates with dodgy taste. In today's mp3 world we're all capable of pulling similar lists together, and they'd make as much sense as Joey Negro's The Trip. I ask you, Glenn Miller? This is eclecticism for eclecticism's sake, and the novelty wears off after a single listen. Better stick with the superlative selection by Saint...
Published on 2 May 2006 by Jack


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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Disco-tastic!, 2 May 2006
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Mr. N. A. Chapman "scillo_2000" (London, UK) - See all my reviews
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This review is from: The Trip Created By Joey Negro (Audio CD)
Joey is obviously riding high in the charts with his housey pop workout, and others know him for his sublime reworking of 'that' American Beauty sample as Jakatta. So, some (including, I presume, the other reviewer of this CD at time of writing) might find this CD a confusing departure from all things banging.

However, the point in the "Trip" series is to allow DJs such as Joey (Dave, to his mum) to create a musical journey (it's all in the name!) of the tracks that have shaped them and their music over the years. As you might expect, Joey plucks a number of fantastic disco-esque numbers from the vaults and shows them off to the world. It isn't anywhere near as self-indulgent as some of the tracks that end up on Azuli's (admittedly fine) "Choice" CDs, and it's all easily enough to bring a good smile to your face.

Look at the tracklisting, and if Kool and the Gang and the B52s sound like they could be your bag, then dive straight into this deftly mixed marathon of fab tunes. It's a clever choice to stick on during the early part of your house party, or to keep everyone happy on a road trip. Nice work.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A trip worth taking, 10 May 2006
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Craig Salter "Craig" (Leeds, UK) - See all my reviews
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Wow, this is an amazing and eclectic mix of music, that has, I guess helped shaped Joey Negro into the talent he is today, spanning the genres and making, the likes of the Divine Comedy, Dusty Springfield, Jan Hammer, Sergio Mendes sit comfortably together. It real works and is a treat.

Ignore his reputation as a big DJ I think this album is an insight into the real Joey Negro/Dave Lee. Awesome!
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4 of 11 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars We're all djs now - and this doesn't cut it, 2 May 2006
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This could be a compilation from one of your mates with dodgy taste. In today's mp3 world we're all capable of pulling similar lists together, and they'd make as much sense as Joey Negro's The Trip. I ask you, Glenn Miller? This is eclecticism for eclecticism's sake, and the novelty wears off after a single listen. Better stick with the superlative selection by Saint Etienne and their version of The Trip, with its stylistically defined era of late 60s to early 70s pop and soft rock.
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3 of 12 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars the bad trip, 23 Mar. 2006
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joey negro disco king and housemaster if you buy this cd on the dj's reputation be prepared to be disapointed.
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