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Dave Seaman - The Masters Series Part 7 album download

Dave Seaman - The Masters Series Part 7 album download

Performer: Dave Seaman
Title: The Masters Series Part 7
Style: Progressive House
Released: 2006
Country: UK
Size MP3 version: 1388 mb
Size FLAC version: 1520 mb
Size WMA version: 1415 mb
Rating: 4.1
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Genre: Electronic

Dave Seaman - The Masters Series Part 7 album download


Label: Renaissance ‎– REN25CD Series: Renaissance: The Masters Series – 7 Format: 2 CD, Mixed Country: UK Released: 13 Mar 2006 Genre: Electronic Style.

Those days seem quite distant now but at least Dave Seaman, of all people, can still remember when good dance music meant something more than providing a soundtrack to recreational drug use. Take his advice and listen to "Desire" instead: that first disc is quite capable of inducing an all-natural, Rocky Mountain-high all by itself.

05 Dave Seaman - Renaissance master series part seven (CDI) – 09 Chab - Sunrise. Satoshi Tomiie – Renaissance The Masters Series Part 9 (CD1). VA-Renaissance-The Masters Series Part 10 – Mixed By Dave Seaman. VA – Renaissance The Masters Series Part 11.

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Molly - Tracking treasure down (Dave Seaman's 'group therapy' mix). 05 Dave Seaman - Renaissance master series part seven (CDI) 10 Phonique ft. Erland Oye - For the time being(Montero's exclusive masters dub). 05 Dave Seaman - Renaissance master series part seven (CDI) 05 Slacker - Memory 3. 05:56. 05 Dave Seaman - Renaissance master series part seven (CDI) 04 Thievery Corporation ft. David Byrne - The heart's a lonely 3. 05:36. 05 Dave Seaman - Renaissance master series part seven (CDI) 01 Charlie May - Seal clubbing (Sasha remix).

Renaissance - The Masters Series - Part 7. Dave Seaman. 2 more albums featuring this track.

Dave! - Ear Annihilation. Les Plus Belles Chansons Francaises 1962. Masters At Work Dave Seaman & Masters at Work. Phat laces Dave Seaman. Out There (Robert Nickson 2016 Extended Remix) Dave Masters & Robert Nickson feat. Dave Brubeck & Joshua Redman Joshua Redman Various. Santiago (Dave Seaman's Group Therapy Mix) Bedrock.

The UK label continues to commission compilations for its Master Series and, in recent years, has bravely started new ones. But while Platform and Sidetracked seem like risky bets, the continued support of The Master Series is an easy choice for the label. Big brand names with reliable fanbases are the only sure things in the record industry at the moment, and none come more established than Hernan Cattaneo. The Argentinean DJ is a progressive house mainstay, and one of the biggest DJs to ever emerge from South America. Inspired by an "a-ha!" moment of playing Henry Saiz's "We Are All" 20 BPM slower than its intended tempo, it sees Cattaneo getting deep.

Renaissance the Masters Series 7. Masters Series: Nick Warren. Space Manoeuvre's "Part Three," with the Sutherland sample from Dark City, is more true-to-form Hernan, two parts dark and three parts dreamy. Cattaneo starts turning more lights on this time around, lifting the mood up some with "Funky Summa" and the glittery wings of "Fields. He keeps toying with the soul of the set, and deftly, dosing the beat with his usual jungle-house rhythms and then sprinkling a few vibrant reverbs to keep things from getting too gloomy. Tonic fix. Take 'Renaissance: The Masters Series - Hernan Catteneo Volume 2' for a ride and I promise you that you will absolutely agree that this is a solid album.

Label: Renaissance ‎– REN25CD Series: Renaissance: The Masters Series – 7 Format: 2 CD, Mixed Country: UK Released: 13 Mar 2006 Genre: Electronic Style: Progressive House. 2-1 – Paradise Soul - Spirit Of The Turning Tables (Part 1) 2-2 – Luke Dzierzek & Liousias Present Fling - Randoms 2-3 – Killahurtz vs. Rekelektric - Don't Walk Away (Dub) 2-4 – Suicide Sports Club - I Don't Know (Luke Dzierzek Remix) 2-5 – Sean Quinn & Andy Page - SQAP 2-6 – Sultan & Ned Shepard Feat

Tracklist

Charlie May Seal Clubbing (Sasha Remix) 6:01
Buick Project Lumiere 6:39
Oliver Moldan Presents Prawler Phat Laces 3:56
Thievery Corporation Feat. David Byrne The Heart's A Lonely Hunter 5:36
Slacker Memory Man 5:56
Skystate Soundflower One 4:32
Hawaii Pure (Janicki Mix) 6:17
NUfrequency Buy Me (Dub Mix) 4:22
Chab Sunrise 6:54
Phonique Feat. Erlend Øye For The Time Being (Montero's Exclusive Masters Dub) 6:15
Luke Dzierzek Echo (John Dahlbäck Remix) 4:07
Matthew Dekay & Roob V 2 Da Groove 3:41
Gabriel & Dresden Tracking Treasure Down (Dave Seaman's Group Therapy Mix) 9:19
Paradise Soul Spirit Of The Turning Tables (Part 1) 6:04
Luke Dzierzek & Liousias Present Fling Randoms 6:04
Killahurtz vs. Rekelektric* Don't Walk Away (Dub) 4:59
Suicide Sports Club I Don't Know (Luke Dzierzek Remix) 3:59
Sean Quinn & Andy Page SQAP 4:13
Sultan & Ned Shepard Feat. Stereomovers Connected (Dub) 8:18
16 Bit Lolita's Sedna 4:11
Chris Lake Hype 4:29
King Unique Flashing Lights (Acapella)
Rowan* & Jaytech Tomorrow 6:39
Bedrock Santiago (Dave Seaman's Group Therapy Mix) 6:29
Shiloh Dream On (Luke Chable Remix) 9:24
Guy Gerber Stoppage Time (Osamu M Emagine Mix) 7:25

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
REN25CD Dave Seaman The Masters Series Part 7 ‎(2xCD, Mixed) Renaissance REN25CD UK 2006
HN326CD Dave Seaman The Masters Series Part 7 ‎(2xCD, Comp, Mixed) High Note Records HN326CD Taiwan 2006
90750-2 Dave Seaman The Masters Series Part 7 ‎(2xCD, Comp, Mixed) Thrive Records 90750-2 US 2006
EQREN010CD Dave Seaman The Masters Series Part 7 ‎(2xCD, Mixed) Renaissance, EQ EQREN010CD Australia 2006
REN25CD Dave Seaman The Masters Series Part 7 ‎(2xCD, Mixed, Unofficial) Renaissance REN25CD Russia 2006
Jay
The brief liner notes to this 2 X mix CD excerpt an interview with the man of the moment and asks him to name the favorites among his commercial dance mixes. He answers as follows: "I think Renaissance 4 (the one with the leaves) is still in pole position. ... That and CD 1 of Desire." Take his advice, skip this album, and get yourself a copy of "Desire" instead (if you don't already have one). Seriously. While this reviewer is not familiar with "Renaissance 4", the first disc of "Renaissance — The Masters Series Part 3: Desire" (Renaissance/2001), is a sumptuous, yet danceable, and thoroughly progressive-minded set where Seaman shows his class by unshackling himself from the strictures of the "progressive trance" orthodoxy, i.e., what his mainly white, post-rave dance club audiences have come to expect from him and his ilk. He tries to replicate a bit of that open-mindedness on the first disc of Part 7 here, but only with limited success: the tracks by Thievery Corporation feat. David Byrne and Skystate do introduce some refreshing variety, but by the time we get past the not-particularly-enlightened exclusive Montero dub of Phonique's "For The Time Being" feat. Erlend Øye, the somnambulant, monolithic tone has completely taken over and we plod on, all the way to finish line at the end of Disc 2, and achieve nothing. Progressive Trance ran out of ideas a long time ago, but the huge demand for this soul-less variant of modern dance music, particularly in the U.K. and continental Europe, has kept operators like Renaissance and Global Underground (and DJs like Dave Seaman and Sasha) in business long past their sell-by dates. To keep up with the times (and to keep their audiences from completely nodding off), purveyors of Progressive Trance have sought to spice up the dreary proceedings with some Nu-Breaks, Electro, and a few lashings of what passes for "Acid" House these days, but the results have remained largely dismal. That a record like Gabriel & Dresden's "Tracking Treasure Down" (track 1.13 here) can still get recorded and marketed today, and be considered a minor underground hit, speaks volumes about the cumulative brain damage wrought by the controlled substances which seem to go hand in hand with post-rave and Progressive Trance. I have bought a lot of mix CDs issued by Renaissance and GU over the years, and I only wish that they would stop plying the same formulae over and over again, pandering to clubbers who are too brain-dead to know what they want. Respect is a lot harder to earn than making easy money from zombified ravers but, in the long run, the medium remains viable only if the labels are prepared to reach beyond the low-hanging fruit. Renaissance has had some success blending Deep House with their usual Progressive House/Progressive Trance repertoire, e.g., "The Sound Of Renaissance Vol. 2 (2003), and CD 1 of "Renaissance — The Masters Series Part 5" by Hernán Cattáneo (2004), while GU earned my respect when they allowed DJs like Danny Tenaglia and Danny Howells to "smuggle in the funky goods". Those days seem quite distant now but at least Dave Seaman, of all people, can still remember when good dance music meant something more than providing a soundtrack to recreational drug use. Take his advice and listen to "Desire" instead: that first disc is quite capable of inducing an all-natural, Rocky Mountain-high all by itself.
Opimath
I think it's rather arrogant to suggest that anything related to trance is just drug music. Your post seems to say nothing more than house is better than trance. You do realize house music was fueled by drugs? Do you know how much acid and MDMA people in Chicago dropped? And I don't even need to talk about '88 Manchester, that was a total drug fest. Do you listen to any techno? If you think trance music is soulless, try a dark and mechanical techno track, if you can handle it.