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Greens Keepers - Greens Keepers Present The Ziggy Franklen Radio Show Album

Greens Keepers - Greens Keepers Present The Ziggy Franklen Radio Show Album
Title:
Greens Keepers Present The Ziggy Franklen Radio Show
Performer:
Greens Keepers
Style:
House, Deep House, Tech House, Downtempo
Released:
28 Apr 2003
Catalog:
CMCLP107
Country:
UK
MP3 album size:
1910 mb
FLAC album size:
2450 mb
Genre:
Label:
Classic

Tracklist


1Should I Sing Like This?
Producer – James Curd, Nick Maurer
2Dixie Gan
Producer – James Curd, Mike Dixon
3Upgrades
Producer – Cobin Rudish, Mark Share
4Classic Example
Producer – Jack Sondag, James Curd
5If You Ain't Married Bring Your Girlfriend
Producer – James Curd
6Fluid
Producer – Nick Maurer
7Smoke Daddy
Producer – James Curd, Mark Share
8Mesoptamian
Producer – James Curd, Lance DeSardi
9Dark Sky
Producer – Mark Share
10Big Noise
Producer – James Curd, Joshua Michaels
11DC Minor
Producer – James Curd


Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
CMCCD107Greens Keepers Present The Ziggy Franklen Radio Show ‎(CD, Album)ClassicCMCCD107UK2003
CMCCD107Greens Keepers Present The Ziggy Franklen Radio Show ‎(CD, Album, Promo)ClassicCMCCD107UK2003


Album


An assortment of Greens Keepers producers contribute, but most of the tracks come off as either addled Brazilian-electronic fusion or Basement Jaxx knockoffs. Fluid is a sparser version of Primal Scream, Dark Sky a restrained bossa-sampling number with melody line by Casio, and several tracks are simplistic swing-house numbers - not necessarily bad productions, but far different from the insanity that would appear to be on tap from the opener. Greenskeepers - Upgrades Intro 4:37. Greenskeepers - Dark Sky 4:06. Dixie Gan - Greenskeepers 3:20. green keepers Should I sing like this 6:14. Greenskeepers Should I Sing Like This Music Video 3:01. Greens Keepers - Big 5:16. They do not store directly personal information, but are based on uniquely identifying your browser and internet device. If you do not allow these cookies, you will experience less targeted advertising. Recent Album Discussion. Lesen Sie Rezensionen und Empfehlungen und informieren Sie sich über Tracklisten, beteiligte Greens Keepers, with their we'll-try-anything sensibility, seem to be the hillbilly cousins of the Freaks, throwing together a variety of influences and seeing what sticks. And for the most part, their debut THE ZIGGY FRANKLEN RADIO SHOW sticks together quite nicely. The conceit of the album is the fictional DJ Ziggy Franklen, who interjects between songs with the sort of inane chatter you hear coming from your college radio station. As for the songs themselves, Upgrades is a thorough funk workout, while Fluid is a more easygoing. But the beats don't reall. New Album Releases. Tom Misch & Yussef . Ziggy Franklin Radio Show. Greenskeepers, James Curd. Release Date 2006-12-31. Label Greenskeepers Present The Ziggy Franklen Radio Show at Juno Records. In stock now for same day shipping. Present The Ziggy Franklen Radio Show. Our full range of studio equipment from all the leading equipment and software brands. Guaranteed fast delivery and low prices. Visit Juno Studio. DJ equipment. Our full range of DJ equipment from all the leading equipment and software brands. Guaranteed fast delivery and low Juno DJ. And other albums from Greens Keepers are available on sale at Recordsale. Artists G Greens Keepers Present The Ziggy Franklen Radio Show. 2010 Greenskeepers Music. More By Greenskeepers. Gypsy Surf


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Reviews:
  • Ylonean
Greens Keepers (James Curd and Nick Maurer) are a Chicago based collective who have been causing quite a stir on scene lately. With debut releases on Basenotic, Moody and their most excellent “What’s Your Man Got To Do With Gan? (On Derrick Carter + Luke Solomon’s Classic label), their unique blend of jazz, ragtime and swing has gained acclaim from performers as diverse as Pete Tong, DJ Sneak and Laurent Garnier.

Fashioned like a radio broadcast hosted by the fictitious Ziggy Franklen, the tracks on this CD are linked with commercial snippets, stock market updates and hilarious phone in requests. Expanding on their “swing house” sound, James and Nick show us their ability to produce diverse flavors, from laid back grooves (Dark Sky and Smoke Daddy) to jazz fusion (Daughter of the Sun.) But it is their unique treatment of old school samples and new school beats where their brilliance truly shines. Idiosyncratic in all the best ways, this is extraordinary stuff.