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  • Audio CD (30 Oct. 2000)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: XL
  • ASIN: B00004XN08
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (65 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 58,719 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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Format: Audio CD
You know when something just fits - I've had this for a long time now and it's still my favourite, something to come home to relax to, something that my friends go 'Oh, what's this?' when I put it on and a regular feature on the daily commute.
It's just so much FUN!
Staunton Lick is the best - it just grows so well - and impossible to turn off when it comes on. King Rahm - beautiful. Homage to Patagonia - twinkly. In the Bath - gorgeous.
These guys did a great job. I'm envious of their ability to actually find a new twist on music. Sure, they're going to be lobbed into the chillout section, but it's not quite right - they're far more into having fun than lying around listening to banal washy chord changes.
I hope that they're still doing the gatefold sleeve - it cost a lost money originally, but I think that they've probably recouped the expense - it's so bloody good.
A complete package. And the penultimate track (which I'm listening to now) - Cole Porter meets the dancefloor is my take on it.
You will not regret buying this album if you've got this far.
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Brilliant. Care-free music for those moments of calm and tranquility. However, I'm not going to pigeon hole this album into that ever burgeoning genre known as 'Chill-Out' because there seems to be a glut of them at the mo. So instead I class it as bizarre serene downtempo breaks (anyone come up with that before?!). Yes I agree with one reviewer here who likens it to Mr Scruff but with a distinctly different sound.
Personal favourite is Staunton Lick which could easily have come form Nightmares On Wax's album 'Car boot Soul'. By the way that's another essential album. Both of these are truly sublime in its truest meaning:'awakening feelings of awe and veneration'.
Just go and buy it now. For the sake of humanity music like this should be heard by all those feeling jaded and disillusioned with the state of our modern 'pop' (read 'pap') music.
When's the next release guys????
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Format: Audio CD
What a fantastic album! Apart from all the last, all the tracks are excellent. Overall, an amazing, beautiful and original sound, comprising of funky beats, plenty of bass, with pianos featuring in many tunes (which is always a good thing).
The tunes are not so varied, but not similar either. So if you like one track, you'll probably like them all. If I had to pick my favourite, it would be 'Page One'. Once it gets going, it evolves into a powerful, moving quality dance tune. Another is 'His Majesty King Raam', an interesting, surreal yet effective mix of a nursery rhyme melody and a heavy hip hop beat. Great stuff, beautiful music.
The narration is not overdone and doesn't spoil the music. In fact, I think it's necessary to fill the voids on an otherwise instrumental album. Part of the appeal is it's simplicity. It's not a complicated, futuristic sound like, say, Royksopp.
If I had to pick a fault, it would be that the tracks are too long and are sometimes a bit repetitive. But still, this is easily one of my favourite CDs of all time, certainly in its class. A must for anyone's CD rack.
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Oh my god. This album is without a doubt THE best album I've heard EVER. It's had a space reserved in my CD player for over a month now, and I'm still not even staring to get tired of it. Finally I've found something to challenge Mr Scruff. Why have I never heard of Lemon Jelly before?
It's chilled, it's jazzy, it's funky, it's just perfect. You can sit and chill to it, you can dance to it, it makes perfect background music, and it'll make you laugh. This album will fit perfectly into any situation (Especially having a bath...)
I'd advise everyone to buy this album. If you're into this style of music, you simply cannot go wrong, and if it's something you've not really heard before, there can be no better introduction.
Destined to be one of the true classic albums
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You know exactly what you're gonna get from the cover. Nice music, very well produced too, that you can just kick back and relax too. Except 'A Tune for Jack' and 'Homage to Patagonia' seem to have swapped places on my copy. This album has enough levels of sound, with just the right amount of surprising twists in the music to not let it just blur into your audio background. You will be *listening* to this, not playing it to make a bit of background noise, and forget it's there.
That said, Lemon Jelly are well named in that it's a tiny bit sickly, and bit too twee in places, with samples of children singing, and making snoring sounds with a synth. A bit too look-at-me for my taste, but despite that, it's become a constantly played CD for me! Definitly worth a buy.
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By A Customer on 15 Mar. 2001
Format: Audio CD
What are you doing? If you've got as far as reading this just go back up to the top and buy the damn thing.
This is a wonderful album that restored my faith in music. Witty, optimistic, beautiful - everything you want in an album. 'In the bath' hooks you and after that you just don't want it to end. Each track has its own unique flavour but somehow the whole thing hangs together and creates a classic blend.
The sleeve artwork is a piece of beauty, and you can amuse friends and family playing spot the hidden guru. The cover design means its too big to fit in my cd rack, but luckily its always next to my stereo anyway waiting to be played again.
It's like basking a warm summer's evening in your favourite place with your best friends and a fair amount of your chosen way of relaxing. His majesty King Raam will rule forever and a day.
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