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  • Audio CD
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Import
  • ASIN: B001J8DWZ2
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (31 customer reviews)

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Indeed, what can I say? this is just such a diverse piece of music with every song a standout, even the ones with no words. As a newbie to morcheeba i wasn't too sure what to expect, but just 1 listen of enjoy he ride encouraged me to investigate further. so glad i did. great piece of music with many talented guests such as the haunting voice of judie tzuke, and manda a french newcomer who i'm sure we have not heard the last of. all in all, 5 stars without a doubt, and it is not often an album is worthy of that in my book!
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After missing Skye Edwards vocals with Morcheeba this album gets five stars for only one reason. Since 1979 English born smooth voice AOR singing lass Judie (Judy misspelling on this album) Tzuke features on the lead of 1st single "Enjoy the Ride" and another track. Judie's silky gentle vocals puts the stamp of perfection on this otherwise middle of the road album.
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By The Guardian TOP 50 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 21 April 2010
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By critical consent "Dive Deep" is regarded as Morcheeba's best runner-up album to "Big Calm" to date, and DD runs that early classic very close as an all-time great play-it-over-and-over listening experience.

The title "Dive Deep" comes from the Godfrey brothers' concern about the progressive ecological degradation of the planet's marine environment, but in a fine twist is also a reference to the depths explored through the eclectic musical experimentation evident on the album.

The split with Skye left a hole in the band not satisfyingly filled by Daisy Martey but which, remarkably, is filled here with a rich diversity of different vocalists including some male voices (and one instrumental number). It all gels together beautifully and the vocal smorgasbord brings a variety which reveals Morcheeba at their quirky and innovative best. What stands out is the mature, exemplary songwriting.

The opener, "Enjoy the Ride" sung by Judy Tzuke, is a corker. Tzuke sounds, weirdly, almost indistinguishable from Skye bringing a similar melodious style to a great song you can listen to over and over. Tzuke also sings a second track, "Blue Chair", one of the album's highlights.

Norwegian singer/songwriter Thomas Dybdahl makes a major contribution to the album, contributing three tracks: "Riverbed", "Sleep on it Tonight" and the long soulful closer, "Washed Away" and his gravitas goes some way to defining the album's style. He's a fine choice, the perfect match for the talented Godfreys. A song in French, "Au Dela" sung by Manda Zamolo, works very well too and brings a taste of world-music exotica into the mix.
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Morcheeba have their own unique distinctive sound which I find can be relaxing at times. There are about five different people singing on Dive Deep which takes a bit of getting use to, as I loved Skye voice and don't know why she left it's a real shame. I found the two songs with Judie Tzuke singing to be two of the better ones, which are Enjoy the Ride and Blue Chair. Sleep On It Tonight and Washed Away I like alot too. Whilst Morcheeba will never beat Big Calm and I miss Skye this is still worth buying if you are a fan of their music.
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With the departure of Skye Edwards, you would think that Morcheeba would lose some of it's creativity, having been a successful recording trio for the past decade. But fear not, their sixth release "Dive Deep" is actually a breathe of fresh air and has many exquisite moments.

The first track "Enjoy The Ride" and "Blue Chair" are two of their catchiest rock pop ballads and feature Judie Tzuke on vocals. "Riverbed" has a very refreshing sound with music that seems to float through your ears and a deep but soft male voice courtesy of Thomas Dybdahl. He reappears on the rock tinged "Sleep On It Tonight", which has a wonderfully atmospheric chorus and the final track "Washed Away", which is a lovely ballad. "Thumbnails" is a pop rock tinged trip-hop instrumental, reminiscent of music from their biggest selling album, "Big Calm". "Run Honey Run" is influenced by country music which works well with the funky rythym and guest vocals by Bradley Burgess. "Gained The World" is a pleasant pop song and features a french artist called Manda Zamolo who sounds a little like Skye. She returns on "Au-Dela", a simple acoustic guitar led song, but singing in French this time. "One Love Karma", with a rap performed by Cool Calm Pete, sounds like a Massive Attack or Tricky creation and is yet again another interesting addition to this album of many styles and influences. "The Ledge Beyond The Edge" is another trip-hop instrumental, but with Indian influences.

"Dive Deep" is such a well thought out album from Morcheeba and provides the listener with many different sounds to appreciate. It has a lot to offer and is a true classic.
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I recieved this album about 2 months ago and immediately fell in love with it. Each track is different and each has its own feel and mood, evoking different emotions in the listener. Brilliantly produced, with amazing vocals throughout.

Straight to the top of my CD collection as a favourite.
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