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western australia s red ember records is back from another archive diving adventure. embers only : swan songs- presents four d, deeply emotive cuts by ewan jansen written between 1999-2000. the lead track swan marks the dance-floor tone in the collection with a hypnotic pseudo-electro groove sky lined by cathedral-like chords. following on, sea for yourself reaches into deep. 16 years after the first volume, ‘deepsounds two’ marks the return of red ember records’ various artist imprint. featuring four diverse producers from four corners of the globe, joe jones, wade norris, nuno azevedo & jerry seaman band together with one guaranteed common trai. he pursuit of underground electronic deepnes. ouse music and beyond.
Spotlite on Ember Records, Vol. 1 is an enjoyable compilation highlighting the golden age of doo wop. Included on this 25-song collection from the vaults of Ember are lost treasures by the Five Satins, the Concords, the Silhouettes, the Starlarks, the Edsels, the Barries and the Smoothtones. This compilation is highly recommended for doo wop fans who want to go deeper into that genre. 73% OFF. Spotlite On Rainbow Records, Volume 1 (CD). 67% OFF. Spotlite On Blast and Cheer Records, Volume 1 (CD).
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LP (12" album, 33 rpm). Various Artists (Artist) Format: Vinyl. Volume One was called "spectacular" (New York Times), "unprecedented" (Rolling Stone), "breathtaking" (Boing Boing), "a cabinet of wonder, indeed" (Pitchfork), and "the most perfectly realized attempt to combine music and documentation" (Fretboard Journal) and "damnedest musical objet d'art I've ever seen" (Nashville Scene)