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Milt Shake Doctor Jazz's Universal Remedy

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Groovy Night Doctor Jazz's Universal Remedy

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Elizabeat Doctor Jazz's Universal Remedy

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Seven Reasons Why Doctor Jazz's Universal Remedy

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First Man Then Machine Doctor Jazz's Universal Remedy

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Because Of You Doctor Jazz's Universal Remedy

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Interlude Doctor Jazz's Universal Remedy

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Un Monde Sans Frime Doctor Jazz's Universal Remedy

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Vixen Doctor Jazz's Universal Remedy

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Fusion In Fusion Doctor Jazz's Universal Remedy

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Objects In Mirror Are Closer Than They Appear Doctor Jazz's Universal Remedy

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Thank You Very Much Doctor Jazz's Universal Remedy

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Doctor Jazz's Universal Remedy is a somewhat misleading name for this group, whose music isn't jazz but rather, dance-oriented electronica (specifically, chillout and downtempo) with jazz overtones. Contrary to what jazz purists would have us believe, true jazz doesn't have to be totally acoustic, straight-ahead bop that is played in a '50s style; it does, however, need to be improvisation-minded, which is the thing that the Yellowjackets, James P. Johnson, Phil Woods and Ornette Coleman have in common -- and on Release 1.0, you're dealing with electronically programmed grooves rather than a constant stream of improvisation. But that doesn't mean that this 2004 release is without artistic merit; when Release 1.0 is judged by electronica and dance/club standards instead of jazz standards, it deserves enthusiastic applause. Like other Kriztal Entertainment releases that came out in 2004, Release 1.0 epitomizes the kinder and gentler side of electronica. Doctor Jazz's Universal Remedy doesn't get into harsh, abrasive techno; their grooves are sleek, sensuous and dreamy, and they have a highly appropriate lead vocalist in Miss Loulou (whose performances are expressive and soulful without being overly aggressive). Unfortunately, dance/club music is full of female vocalists who can't sing and sound like they're merely going through the motions, but that isn't a problem for Loulou; the capable singer has no problem getting her points across whether she's singing in English (the disc's primary language) or detouring into French on "Un Monde Sans Frime." The best parts of this CD are exquisite, and even the grooves that fall short of excellent are at least decent. Doctor Jazz's Universal Remedy wouldn't be right for a gig at the Village Vanguard (New York City's hallowed hall of jazz), but chillout and downtempo enthusiasts will find a lot to admire about Release 1.0. ~ Alex Henderson

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DUIN 7F4448B1G5M

GTIN 0718756130123

Fecha de aparición 30.05.2003

Número de discos 1

Product type CD

Número de pistas 12

Doctor Jazz's Universal Remedy Release 1.0

DOCTOR JAZZ'S UNIVERSAL REMEDY

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