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Spacetime Continuum - Double Fine Zone (CD, Album)

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  1. May 29,  · 11 videos Play all Spacetime Continuum - Double Fine Zone McVicar Relaxing music for studying, meditation and sleep - Clair de Lune & more Debussy piano pieces - Duration: Tata & .
  2. In addition to a smattering of Sharp-related releases (including the collectible Flurescence EP), the Reflective label issued albums by Subtropic, Velocette, Kid Spatula (aka Mike Paradinas), and Single Cell Orchestra, as well as a stream of inches. The next Spacetime Continuum full-length, Double Fine Zone, appeared in ~ Sean Cooper.
  3. Mar 11,  · Double Fine Zone is a excellent album yet quite underrated! A rewarding and fresh listen bringing live saxophone jazz along with futuristic techno-logy driven music. Might take a few listens to really appreciate and absorb the beauty that this album holds with its enchanting fusion of electronic downtempo-ambient-techno/house music, and also its use of real jazz.4/5().
  4. Mar 03,  · From the Double Fine Zone album on Astralwerks Track it down and buy it. If copyright owner objects will gladly remove. Just posting the vibe to keep it alive.
  5. Check out Double Fine Zone by Spacetime Continuum on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on nophodibemarripencisinsathena.coinfo4/5(16).
  6. AllMusic Review by John Bush. Echoing the focus on a live, jazzy feel of contemporary works by As One, Ian O'Brien, and Carl Craig, Spacetime Continuum 's Double Fine Zone includes sax player Brian Iddenden on several tracks plus Spacetime himself, Jonah Sharp, contributing just about everything else (that is, drums, synth, sampler, and Rhodes piano).8/
  7. Aug 05,  · The album "Double Fine Zone" out on Astralwerks features London based saxophonist Brian Iddenden and shows a move to a more organic Jazz influenced recording, which is why Loosegroove Records.
  8. Jan 22,  · Double Fine Zone is a excellent album yet quite underrated! A rewarding and fresh listen bringing live saxophone jazz along with futuristic techno-logy driven music. Might take a few listens to really appreciate and absorb the beauty that this album holds with its enchanting fusion of electronic downtempo-ambient-techno/house music, and also its use of real jazz/5().
  9. Label: Virgin - none • Format: CDr Promo, Album • Country: UK • Genre: Electronic • Style: Acid Jazz, Future Jazz, Ambient Spacetime Continuum - Double Fine Zone (, CDr) | Discogs Explore5/5(4).

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