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AmmonContact - One In An Infinity Of Ways mp3 download
Singer: AmmonContact
Title: One In An Infinity Of Ways
Released: 2004
Country: UK
Style: Instrumental, Abstract, Future Jazz, Contemporary Jazz, Experimental
Genre: Electronic / Hip-hop / Jazz
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 354
Formats: VOC AHX AC3 MIDI MP2 VOX XM
MP3 size: 1131 mb

AmmonContact - One In An Infinity Of Ways mp3 download

Tracklist

Dreamy 2:49
Healing Vibrations 4:49
Infinity Of Rhythm Instrumental (For Keepintime) 3:52
Through The Moon 3:23
Fun Is For Funky 3:58
Wu Woomp Woomp 2:08
Wu Wu Woomp 1:58
Good Life To Groove Merchant (For Elvin) 4:04
Like Waves Of The Sea 2:36
Love Letters (For Gaby) 4:03
Ballad Of The Untitled 3:05
One In An Infinity Of Ways 2:44

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
ZEN 99 AmmonContact One In An Infinity Of Ways ‎(2x12", Album) Ninja Tune ZEN 99 UK 2004
PLG56LP AmmonContact One In An Infinity Of Ways ‎(2xLP, Album) Plug Research PLG56LP US 2004
ZEN CD99, ZEN 99 AmmonContact One In An Infinity Of Ways ‎(CD, Album) Ninja Tune, Ninja Tune ZEN CD99, ZEN 99 UK 2004
PLG56CD Ammoncontact One In An Infinity Of Ways ‎(CD, Album) Plug Research PLG56CD US 2004
ZENCD 099 P AmmonContact One In An Infinity Of Ways ‎(CD, Album, Promo) Ninja Tune ZENCD 099 P UK 2004

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AmmonContact, another heavyhitter on the burgdeoning "dublab" scene smacks it out of the part with "One in an Infinity of Ways." While maintaining a funky vibe, they're able to throw together some nice melodies in the meantime. Listen, for example, to how the beats drop out of "Healing Vibrations" for the meandering strings to take over. "Infinity of Rhythm Instrumental" starts out with African drumming before shifting into funky hip-hop, and finally right into outer space, suspending its jazzy elements seemingly in mid-air. The kitchen sink apprach works well for them. Their reliance on samples isn't as pronounced as with some of their other dublab compatriots (though you can hear Daedelus' influence on "Dreamy"), which leads to a more organic feeling. The stand-up bass on "Like Waves of the Sea" manages to groove out while maintaining strong jazz credibility. Meditative and righteous.
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