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Bargrooves Espace Privé Box set

4.8 out of 5 stars 4 customer reviews

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Product details

  • Audio CD (23 Mar. 2006)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Box set
  • Label: Absolute Marketing
  • ASIN: B0000C24TJ
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 144,789 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. City People (petalpusher dub) - Miguel Migs
  2. Drive On (David Duriez Remix) - The Soldiers of Twilight
  3. Music for the People (Vincent Kwok remix) - KhaiMar
  4. Venga Bailar (Soleil Vert remix) - Eres
  5. Definition of Dub - Physics
  6. Natural Part 2 (Halo & Andre Harris dub mix) - Afro Mystik
  7. In the Moonlight - Astro
  8. Copy-cat - Bod
  9. The Electronik Boogie - Shik Stylkö
  10. Round Again (vocal mix) - Positively Lovely
  11. Mauve - Circulation

Disc: 2

  1. Change (Mike Huckaby remix) - Norman Talley
  2. Tribute (The Session) - Jazzflight Unlimited
  3. You Know (extended mix) - Herald feat. Gee
  4. Samba de Ile (Belladonna e Duranti remix) - Banda Favela
  5. Ghetto Gospel Man - 2 or More feat. Euclid Gray
  6. My Paradise (6:23 mix) - Kerri Chandler
  7. Never (instrumental) - Kupper / Campbell Project
  8. Inner Peace - Nigel Richards
  9. Second Wind (club dub) - Rise Ashen
  10. Trying (Butti 49 Nu Niveau remix) - Nuspirit Helsinki
  11. Happy People (Knee Deeps to LB dub) - Kathy Brown

Product Description

Product Description

This album distils the essence of the world’s best bar soundsystems into the perfect aural cocktail, to be consumed at leisure in your own private space. This is house music with a distinctly French feel – top tracks come from the Soldiers of Twilight, Norm Talley, and Astro’s ‘In the Moonlight’ which is completely exclusive to this album.


"It's the perfect album for a night of Martinis" -- www.vivemagazine.com

"Perfect for urbane barflies" -- Elle Decoration

"Spin it for many nights of pleasurable grooves." -- BPM Magazine

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This is the latest installment of some of the finest deep house around at the moment. Vincent Kwok's remix of Music for the People is simply one of the best tracks i have heard in years. This series champions the deep house vibe more so than any other series of its type. Both mixes are superb, CD1 being my preference as it takes you down just that little bit deeper. I have all but 2 of these fantastic albums and will certainly be getting hold of those. Bargrooves you rock!!
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By Gav on 22 Aug. 2010
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I started buying this series back in 2006, but missed out on this title until now. Whilst a lot of house music has gone all commercial, there is a severe lacking of quality house compilations out there. Not one of the Bargrooves cd's has dated, so although this was made in 2006, it still sounds fresh and oozes class. The tunes develop and bode well with each other. If you want a cd to get a party started or something to relax to, this fits the bill perfectly. Had it a week now and it hasn't come out my stereo. Would strongly recommend this for any house music fan and anyone who is getting bored of the drivel that seems to be dominating the shelves at the moment.
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Espace prive is without doubt the best dance music compilation i have heard for a long time. This double CD features many of the best producers and artists that you would expect to see on a credible deep house mix. Standouts have to be Vincent Kwok's Music for the People which is sublime with deep textural sounds from Astro and Circulation's Mauve. CD2 mixed by Frederic Messant is fluid and jazzy, some of the sequencing may be a bit off but there can be no critisism of the choice of tracks.
This is definitely one of those CDs not to be missed
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I'm relatively new to the Bargrooves series (yeah, I know: shame on me), and it wasn't until recently did I begin to pick up their compilations. Those who like their house soulful and percussion-heavy will get plenty of kicks out of "Espace Prive," which is two discs of mixed jams of deep house that's in the vein of Naked Music or Hed Kandi. On the first disc, we get saxaphone-heavy house (Miguel Migs' "City People"), Khai Mar's jumpin' "Music for the People," and the funky "Copycat" by Bod and Echofalls. The beat doesn't let up on the second disc, which is my favorite. "The Session" by Tribute has that retro '70s/jazzy vibe that's near impossible to resist, and the chilled "Samba de Ile" by Banda Favela is a pretty, percussion-filled number that incorporates live instrumentation and a Latin vibe. These are great discs for those long drives, working out at the gym, or a good disc to chill to late at night after the club. I was so pleasantly surprised with these CDs, and I look forward to exploring other Bargrooves CDs. Grade: B+.
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HASH(0x963bbbf4) out of 5 stars Still The Best 21 Nov. 2011
By bordersj2 - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Funny how after a while, a CD can kind of define a time period for you personally. It's one of the things that I love about music and collecting. Every now and then, you'll find that one album, whatever it is, that just clicks with you. That's what this one did for me. I never would have uguessed this to be the case some 8 years or so ago, when I happened to come across this in a Best Buy. Back then, the music section was far, far more than the small display you see today. It had a dedicated house/dance section and the Bargroove's series was aptly featured. Along with Mimosa, Al Fresco and one other (I think it was Terrazza?), "Espace Prive" rounded out the four feature series they were focused on at the time. The series itself, Bargrooves, was wildly successful throughout the 2000's, with dozens upon dozens of releases. But it was this one that managed to pull me in. Specifically, it was just one of the discs...

Disc one, mixed by Ben Sowton, starts the set off with a bang. Deep house, sexy house - it's wonderful music that pulsates throughout. But I would be lying if I said that was the one that grabbed me. It was disc two, mixed by Frederic Messent, that to this day to me defines that time in 2003 when Jazz house & fusion was spreading it's wings, so to speak. The set is cool, soulful and really grooves. "Change", by Norm Talley remixed by Mike Huckaby (no, not THAT one... this one's much better lol) opens the set up perfectly. It almost opens your eyes with the ambiance in the start of the track. It's smoothyl followed up by Tribute's "The Session", remixed with keyboard work that dances in the background of the song somehow. Vocals finally kick in with Herald feat Gee's "You Know". The song's been remixed over the years but this is the top version to me & puts a cherry on top of the nightlife. But then the album dives into a darker latin influence with Irma's Banda Favela. "Samba De Ile" was a hit at the time, and had been remixed by Waiwan and others - here you have Belladonna & Duranti's spin on their labelmate and it does the song justice. In an interesting twist, it's followed up with a soulful house version of a gospel track - yes gospel - with Euclid Gray's "Ghetto Gospel Man". Nice touch. The next tracks, Kerry Chandler's "My Paradise", Nigel Richards "Inner Piece" and Rise Ashen's "Second Wind" all add to a stellar lineup of tracks.

The mood of the two discs is awesome. The atmosphere created by disc two, to me, is perfect. Seldom would I find a house mix as consistent as this. And in fact, I would never again find a Bargrooves that grabbed me as much as this particular one did. Metropolitan came the closest but still finished a distant second to this. It really takes me back to 2003, the good moments. When there were record stores and it was easy to find whatever you were looking for, or surprised to see something like this - and then take a chance on it and be rewarded. Through the years Bargrooves would change and have different focus' and approaches to their compilations and series. However the approach of this one, with jazz-house big and getting even more established by 2005-06, makes it that much more timeless to me. From beginning to end of disc two, it's smooth & makes you want to do it over again.
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HASH(0x964f28f4) out of 5 stars Excellent ! 8 July 2011
By M. Cabrera - Published on Amazon.com
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Ben Sowton is an excellent Disc Jockey (DJ). I highly recommend everybody to purchase this Compact Disc by Ben Sowton. -- Thank you.
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