Origine du Groupe : U.K , Germany
Style : Acid Jazz , Nu-Jazz , Downtempo , Lounge
Sortie : 2011
By Dj Uilson From http://djuilson.blogspot.com
After the huge success of their first 2 albums "Sitar and Bossa", and “D'Jazzonga” Bebo is back with perhaps his finest yet!
With the spirit of whatever "Nu Jazz" might be, with a way-cool cinematic bossa nova-jazz groove that could pass for a genuine late-'60s or early-'70s soundtrack recording, garnished with early 21st century electronic touches.
Bebo blends elements of dance music, jazz, trip-hop, swing and downtempo into one delicious, happy cocktail and suggests the exuberant insouciance of parties, rides in convertibles on warm, full-moon nights, and an afternoon spent dancing barefoot with friends with a glass of sangria in your hand.
The Album opens with the sublime title track, Nu-Jazz at its best! The albums flows into “Havana Jazz” and “Mambo & Cola” – lots of Brazilain Jazz here!
Next is the swingin' dance tracks of Louis Prima’s “Sing Sing Sing” and “James Bonds theme” both done “Bebo style”. Funky beats of “Jazz or NuJazz” get you into the groove with sensual parisienne singer Luma’s vocals on “that’s the way I like it” and London’s top Jazz singer Iain Mackenzie breaks your heart with “now and ever”.
Bebo gets back into cool seductive, jazz again with “chill radio bossa” and “the sun is shinin’” with “Jazz carnival” and “daikiri bossa dance” playing the album out.
Lastly Chin Chin has added a bonus remix track of “Sing Sing Sing” done by DJ Gabriel’s with a dance floor New jazzy-grooved beat put to it!
1. Saronno On The Rocks
2. Havana Jazz Dance
3. Mambo & Cola
4. Sing Sing Sing
5. James Bond Theme
6. Jazz Or Nu Jazz
7. That’s The Way I Like It (Feat Luma)
8. Now & Ever (Feat Iain Mackenzie)
9. Chill Radio Bossa
10. The Sun Is Shinin’ (Feat Mr Concina)
11. Jazz Carnival
12. Daikiri Bossa Dance
13. Sing Sing Sing (Koko Chanel Remix)