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James Zabiela: Sound in Motion

4.3 out of 5 stars 8 customer reviews

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  • Audio CD (3 May 2004)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Label: Hooj Choons
  • ASIN: B00009V8X5
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 275,967 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. More Than Just Playing Records - Intro
  2. Taxi Ride (JZ DJ Re-edit) - Edward Shearmur’s
  3. My World (Nightdrive Mix) - Sunday Brunch
  4. Spacial Gathering - Earth Deuley
  5. Your World - Natural Rhythm
  6. Out In The Shed - Sean Q6
  7. J.J. Scenario - Lanoiraude
  8. Come On - Animated
  9. Sleeping In - Jigga-What
  10. Thru 2 You (Bushwacka! Remix) - Echomen
  11. Fact Da Floor - Maffia Soundsystem
  12. He’s In The Bar - Timmy S
  13. Don’t Look at Me (Paul Rogers Dub Mix) - ODD
  14. Stage One - Space Manoeuvres
  15. Tay Do 22 - Bermuda Triangle

Disc: 2

  1. Gone - Simon & Levin
  2. Slang for Funky - Dave Robertson
  3. Acid Attack - The Silence
  4. Call It What You Want - PJ Davy
  5. Future! - Halo Varga
  6. Freezing Point (Dave Robertson’s Frozen Remix) - PJ Davy
  7. Acapulco - Aphasia
  8. Drink Deep (Zabiela’s Vox Version) - Dave Brennan
  9. Soun' Bwoy Vol 1 (Dub Theory Outro) - Buck meets Dub Theory
  10. Break Your Face - Bushwacka!
  11. Star Stangle Banger (Freestyleman Thirsty Monk Mix) - Mr Negative
  12. Sleepless 2 (Original Tribal Mix) - Ebon
  13. Process Cyan Min - Ant
  14. Eli - Ficta

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Review

10/10 -- Progressive Sounds

An all-encompassing dancefloor soundtrack that will chew you up and spit you out... 4/5 -- Burnitblue

Compilation of the Month -- DJ Magazine

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Well, most of the reviews you see on these pages are for five stars - and whilst I've read quite a few, this is the first time I've been moved to put pen to paper myself... I first came across Zabiela in Space and was very impressed with the way he combined depth, energy and musical beauty in his session. Having seen the live set, the CD certainly doesn't disappoint. On the contrary, I've bought a lot of music this year, but this is probably my favourite so far. I won't run track by track through the discs, but suffice to say that CD 1 is a gorgeous mix of breaks and spacy progressive house tracks, cooling off with the beautiful 'Don't Look at Me' by ODD and 'Tay do 22' by Bermuda Triangle - both sending shivers down the spine. CD2 is much darker and funkier with some lighter moments lifting the more menacing mood, such as Aphasia's wonderfully uplifting 'Acapulco'.
The CD is mixed completely live, and given that, Zabiela's mastery of the decks is quite something. The mix is almost seamless throughout, but the samples, scratches and other 'extras' leave you with the impression of having had your mind pulled, pushed and stretched, before being gently soothed at the close of each CD. Anyhow, the CD gives a good feel for his live performance... but beware! If you were considering taking up the decks yourself, Zabiela's artistry is enough to make you purge such futile ambitions from your mind!!
All in all, a moving experience. Such gushing praise is very uncharacteristic, and for which - apologies! Nevertheless, Zabiela is way up there on my list of DJs to watch for the future. You will not be disappointed....
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Now excuse me while I liberally wet myself about this mix. So there I am, boldly proclaiming to everyone I know that Deep Dish's Global Underground Toronto to be the finest DJ mix of the year so far ... then this arrives on my desk. Within 5 minutes of skipping through each track on the 2 disc mix I was blown away!
Not listened to this enough to give a track by track/blow by blow account (in fact I'll leave that for James Zabiela to do later!) ... but let me say, if I ever wanted to make a mix, I want it to be this. Firstly all credit to the guy, mixed completely LIVE, no computers ... just James, some technics, some Pioneer CDJs and a Pioneer DJM600. Ok admittedly I'd be jealous of anyone who's got the Pioneer setup (£1000 per CD deck, £600 for the mixer!) but thats just the usual club DJ setup! But man, he smoothly mixes tracks together like no-one else, then tears them apart, remixing/re-editing live with samples, fx, scratching on CD players? And nothing tacky or obvious, all smoothly done! As far as the tune selection goes, nothing obvious there either ... the biggest one I could spot is the Hooj track Echomen - Thru To You, featuring in Bushwacka! remix format. Its a very deep, very electronic mix. Skipping from breaks to house effortlessly, creating the most sublime atmosphere. Enough spark to be danced to, but not ridiculously dancefloor orientated to not be listened to sat at home with a BIG FAT 'one'. As usual with mix CD's, disc 1 is the deeper of the two, light spacey breaks in the form of Sunday Brunch - My World and Bermuda Triangle - Tay Do 22 sit alongside chunky little bass led house numbers like Natural Rhythm - Your World and the bumping breaks/house hybrid which is Sean Cusick's Out In The Shed.
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I felt moved to write a review for the first time after purchasing this CD based on all the other 5 star reviews I read. Being a bit of a veteran of buying CDs based on others' reviews, I am always wary of the 5 stars which are wantonly dished out, usually accompanied by a review featuring orgasmically over-excited superlatives and punctuation to match. In this case though, the reviews seemed well thought out and written by chaps with a sound music knowledge, and sufficiently confident I pootled off to the checkout gleefully clutching my virtual copy. As someone who listens to a lot of dance music, mainly funky house/techno-related, this sounded like a reet treat, as arguably a lot of DJ mixes and compilations do sound somewhat samey to me these days. I have to say though that overall I was disappointed. Maybe I just don't understand the style of music here, but I like to think that I am open to good music of any genre. The whole rhythm of the mix is slow and ploddy, and some of the breakbeat tracks fail to take off. There don't seem to be enough high moments, no builds, however subtle, to get you reaching for the volume. I was eagerly anticipating the extra loops, samples and scratches too, but whenever I could pick these out they didn't seem to add much to the mix. As a bit of a DJ myself I am all for adding extra bits and pieces, but only if it is really for the benefit of the mix and not just self-gratification. The scratching, while neat, is functional rather than something to add to the tracks, I think to scratch you really need to be top of the pops and only a few DJs can really bring it off.
I don't know, maybe I am just not getting this, and if I saw the guy live he'd probably blow my trousers off but I'm afraid this just doesn't do it for me.
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