- Audio CD (1 May 2002)
- Number of Discs: 1
- Label: Late Night Tales
- ASIN: B00005UO3I
- Other Editions: Audio CD | Vinyl
- Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars See all reviews (25 customer reviews)
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 23,769 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
Another Late Night: Zero 7
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This addition to the Another Late Night series follows on from the popularity of Zero 7's 2001 debut, Simple Things which coincided neatly with a collective penchant among the "staying in is the new going out" public for all things down tempo and chilled out. What better way to reward fans waiting for the next album than lending their record boxes to a compilation series that may as well have been dreamt up with them in mind.
Billed as an insight into the influences behind Simple Things, there aren't many surprises here, not in the sense that you'll know all the tracks--just that it sounds like this is what they were listening to when they were making the album. From the DJ Shadow-esque "Channel Suite 1" by the Cinematic Orchestra, to the The Stylistics trippy nursery version of "People Make the World Go Round", this is music to simultaneously open your heart and nod your head to. --Ruby Tuesday
Top Customer Reviews
The duo's musical talent shines through on the quality of mixing from one track to another. Listen to the way the lovely latin vibe of Pra Mahna slips into Herberts deep house reworking of Bonnie & Clyde. It just sounds like those two tunes were always meant to sit together like that, seamless. Its like that all the way through. Howie B's one of these mixes sounded like someone who was a bit over happy with the crossfader, this ... well its a completely different class. You journey from the opening hip hop grooves through soulful latin, a little sprinkling of acousitc guitars before finishing off with a smooth soul and 70's selection at the end. As in the tradition of the Another Late Night series, you also get a special cover by Zero 7 included just for this compilation, you won't find it on anything else aside from the limited 1000 7" copies of the track that were released at the same time as the album.Read more ›
All I can say is its worth buying but it may need a few listens. For me it took a while and then bang.
I could sit and listen to these guys playing from their record collection all night.
The mixture of hip hop soul,latin and other genres of music which all blend effortlessly into one another adds to the chilled back nature of this album.
I love the laid back vibe in '93 til infinity' and thoroughly enjoy chillin to another great tune by Zero7: Truth and Rights.
This album is great for Zero7 fans and music lovers who enjoy different types of music.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
10/10! Now, I am not normally a really big hip hop fan but the way in which Zero 7 have blended the tracks with other beautiful music make it a truly magical journey which just... Read morePublished on 4 Jun. 2014 by Greg D
I am a big Big BIG Zero 7 fan but must admit I read a review before I bought this because only one track is by the group and the rest is various artists but the whole thing is... Read morePublished on 24 Sept. 2013 by Me
Top relaxing CDs with a great amount of influences, some I know and some new , top prices as retail still at £15, CDs as good as new treat yo self xPublished on 11 Jun. 2013 by J. Boyd
I'll buy anything by this band and certainly was surprised with the assortment of sounds that presented itself. Read morePublished on 5 Jun. 2013 by The Director
ZERO7 should not signed this... I am dissapointed at all. Boring, flat, grey. I've just put 'this' straight into bin - sound was better then the music on it!!!Published on 23 Jan. 2009 by T. Slaboszewski