Ever since releasing the first in this three-part series, Abel has expanded the audience of tribal house exponentially with his hooky, vocal presentation of the genre and a meticulous selection of truly intoxicating tracks and remixes. Take his trademark blend of anthemic beats and tribal percussion on Disc 1. Add tribal house interpretations of dance artists like Tamia, Jeanie Tracy, Karen Young and Bob Sinclar. And bake to keep the listener forever wondering where Abel will take them next. As a counterpoint, Disc 2 is composed of “Morning Music,” a lighter, more vocal companion to the heavy, complicated rhythm that dominates the night. To match the blown-out blue-and-yellow light of the hour, artists like Ultra Nate, Southside Hustlers, Tamara Wallace, Karen Young and Frankie Knuckles form a continually brightening mood that ends with the sax and strings of the Freemasons’ “Pacific,” extending the Alegria into the day ahead.
I bought this on masterbeat from the link, and it is AWESOME!
By none on 03-02-2009
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By Muebles on 07-03-2012