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Triphop - Verschenen op 20 september 1996 | EastWest U.K.

Onderscheidingen The Qobuz Ideal Discography
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Electronic - Verschenen op 14 oktober 2013 | [PIAS]

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Pop - Verschenen op 14 mei 2021 | Fly Agaric Records

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The wave of lockdown albums continues into spring 2021 with English group Morcheeba, one of the pioneers of the English trip hop scene that ruled that charts during the 90s. A duo since Paul Godfrey's departure in 2014, the combo of Ross Godfrey (production) and Skye Edwards (vocals), freed from their touring schedule, took their time to meticulously fine-tune this tenth studio album. We find almost all of the group's hallmarks on this record: downtempo beats, a soulful vibe, rock guitars that don't intrude too much (the single Sounds Of Blue—pure 90s trip hop—or the instrumental Sulphur Soul with its heavy drums) but instead escape into the orchestration of the songs. An example of these hallmarks are the Californian guitars of Oh Oh Yeah, accompanied by steamy vocals, or Skye Edwards' chorus on Killed Our Love which conjures up the languid atmosphere of a deserted beach. It's as if lockdown has provoked a desire for wide open spaces in the duo, American in nature perhaps, with these little folk/country moments as on Falling Skies where the vocals are drenched in reverb. A record of true elegance. © Smaël Bouaici/Qobuz
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Pop - Verschenen op 31 mei 2019 | Fly Agaric Records

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Pop - Verschenen op 27 juni 2011 | [PIAS]

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Pop - Verschenen op 26 augustus 2003 | WM UK

Parts of the Process reflects on five albums and seven years for the London trip-hop act Morcheeba. This stunning 18-track set isn't chronologically arranged, but all the hits and staples are here. Morcheeba loyalists may be slightly disappointed by the exclusion of "Who Can You Trust?" but overall, Parts of the Process captures the beauty of Morcheeba. Big Calm seems to be the major album represented with "The Sea," "Over and Over," "Let Me See," and the song for which this album is named, "Parts of the Process." Other amazing tracks from the band's first release, Who Can You Trust? -- "Tape Loop" and the brooding chill of "Trigger Hippie" -- make this album more complete. But other select cuts are equal in style and still appeal. Cuts from the less popular Charango album add a bit of flair to Morcheeba's sophisticated catalog, especially "What New York Couples Fight About." Even the stormy narrative "Rome Wasn't Built in a Day," from Fragments of Freedom, is chalked in. Those who found Morcheeba's 2001 Back to Mine collection crucial to the band's body of work shouldn't distress; that album doesn't really fit with the direction of this collection. Instead, the trio treats listeners to two brand-new tracks. Big Daddy Kane joins Morcheeba for the funkadelic, hip-hop groove "What's Your Name," while "Can't Stand It" is the band's attempt at chamber pop. While Morcheeba isn't one of the more exclusive acts of British electronic music, they've assessed their power as artists. Parts of the Process is well-suited for those unfamiliar with the band, while still tailored for those faithful followers, too. © MacKenzie Wilson /TiVo
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Pop - Verschenen op 1 juli 2002 | EastWest U.K.

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Pop - Verschenen op 10 juli 2000 | EastWest U.K.

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Pop - Verschenen op 1 juli 2002 | EastWest U.K.

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Pop - Verschenen op 7 juni 2010 | [PIAS]

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Electronic - Verschenen op 3 februari 2008 | [PIAS] Recordings

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Pop - Verschenen op 26 augustus 2003 | Atlantic Records UK

Parts of the Process reflects on five albums and seven years for the London trip-hop act Morcheeba. This stunning 18-track set isn't chronologically arranged, but all the hits and staples are here. Morcheeba loyalists may be slightly disappointed by the exclusion of "Who Can You Trust?" but overall, Parts of the Process captures the beauty of Morcheeba. Big Calm seems to be the major album represented with "The Sea," "Over and Over," "Let Me See," and the song for which this album is named, "Parts of the Process." Other amazing tracks from the band's first release, Who Can You Trust? -- "Tape Loop" and the brooding chill of "Trigger Hippie" -- make this album more complete. But other select cuts are equal in style and still appeal. Cuts from the less popular Charango album add a bit of flair to Morcheeba's sophisticated catalog, especially "What New York Couples Fight About." Even the stormy narrative "Rome Wasn't Built in a Day," from Fragments of Freedom, is chalked in. Those who found Morcheeba's 2001 Back to Mine collection crucial to the band's body of work shouldn't distress; that album doesn't really fit with the direction of this collection. Instead, the trio treats listeners to two brand-new tracks. Big Daddy Kane joins Morcheeba for the funkadelic, hip-hop groove "What's Your Name," while "Can't Stand It" is the band's attempt at chamber pop. While Morcheeba isn't one of the more exclusive acts of British electronic music, they've assessed their power as artists. Parts of the Process is well-suited for those unfamiliar with the band, while still tailored for those faithful followers, too. © MacKenzie Wilson /TiVo
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Pop - Verschenen op 9 mei 2005 | Echo

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Pop - Verschenen op 21 april 2021 | Fly Agaric Records

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Pop - Verschenen op 20 september 1996 | London Records

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Pop - Verschenen op 27 januari 2021 | Fly Agaric Records

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Pop - Verschenen op 5 december 2005 | Rhino

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Electronic - Verschenen op 26 februari 2021 | Fly Agaric Records

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Pop - Verschenen op 28 maart 2021 | Fly Agaric Records

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