- Performer Kosmik Love
- Title 1996 Chill Out #05
- Date of release 1996
- Style Progressive House, Downtempo
- Other formats XM APE AA ASF MMF MIDI WAV
- Genre Electronic
- Size MP3 1872 mb
- Size FLAC 1364 mb
- Rating: 4.4
- Votes: 799
DJ Mix – Kosmik Love.
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Chill Out is a 1995 album by John Lee Hooker featuring Van Morrison, Carlos Santana, Charles Brown, and Booker T. Jones. It was produced by Roy Rogers, Santana and Hooker himself, and executive produced by Mike Kappus. Tracks 1 to 11 were recorded and mixed at Russian Hill Recording, San Francisco and The Plant, Sausalito, California. The album reached N. in the US Blues chart and was awarded a W. C. Handy Award for Traditional Blues Album of the Year.
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Body Love is a two-album set of tracks, from the soundtrack of an adult movie of the same name by Lasse Braun. While the film may have been forgettable, the music of Body Love captures Schulze at the peak of his 70’s analog sound, and encapsulates the range of this work. Tracks like Stardancer transition seemlessly from spacey soundscapes to driving sequence-driven jams. Blanche explores Schulze’s more mellow, almost ambient side. Are You Sequenced? (1996) – This album offers both a taste of his mid-90’s work and his flirtations with a more mainstream techno sound. Schulze has been called ‘the godfather of techno’. Klaus Schulze cleared out his vault of unreleased tracks with his La Vie Electronique series. It’s an absolutely massive collection of 45 CDs, covering about 30 years of his recording career.
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