CD Movement: The Brazilian Job (CD 1046269), Audio Other
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Movement: The Brazilian Job

  • 1. LK (Carolina Carol Bela) - (DJ Marky and XRS Land Mix)
    2. Supergrass
    3. Nightfall
    4. My Dreams - (Total Science Mix)
    5. Midnight
    6. Better Place - (Intalex Mix)
    7. Picture on the Wall
    8. Jazz Note - (Total Science Mix)
    9. Sambassim - (DJ Marky VIP Mix)
    10. Four Days
    11. Believe
    12. Hush Hush
    13. Spaced Invader
    14. Specialist, The
    15. Kerb Krawler
    16. Shake Ur Body
    17. S Tinha Que Ser Com Voc - (Cosmonautics Remix, Cosmonautics remix)
    18. When I'm Close 2 U
    19. Mystic
    20. S Tinha Que Ser Com Voc - (Original Lounge Mix)
  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 1161

  • Credits
    ProducerDJ Marky; DJ Patife; Ed Rush & Optical; Xerxes De Oliveira; I. Babalola; D. Richard Lewis; J. Majik; A. Williams; Jack Foreman; Total Science; Calibre
    EngineerXerxes De Oliveira; Rogrio Pereira; J. Mitton Wade; Dr. D

    Personnel: Diane Charlemagne, Fernanda Porto (vocals); Ulisses Rocha (acoustic guitar); Benjamin Taubkin (Fender Rhodes piano); DJ Patife (keyboards).
    DJ: DJ Marky.
    Audio Mixers: Rogrio Pereira; Dr. D; A. Williams .
    Audio Remixers: J Majik; Total Science.
    Recording information: Diffusion Room; Sau Paulo, Brazil.
    Brazilian expat DJ Marky became a known name on British shores with his surprising hit remix of Jorge Ben & Toquinho's "LK (Carolina Carol Bela)," but his mixing skills are what will keep him in the minds and hearts of drum'n'bass fans. Movement: The Brazilian Job does the curious a favor by slotting his most popular appearance -- plus a few other remixes (including fellow Brazilian Fernanda Porto's "Sambassim") -- into an hour-long mix of completely up-to-date jungle. Marky ranges pretty far with his set, but focuses on the dark stuff (Bad Company, Origin Unknown, J Majik), along with a few detours into the housier side of drum'n'bass courtesy of a Total Science remix of London Elektricity's hook-up with soulful Chicagoan Robert Owens, and an Intalex remix of 4Hero's "Better Place." It's an excellent mix that doesn't shirk the better-known names, but comes up with a bounty of fresh ways to express what jungle means in 2002. ~ John Bush

  • Critic Reviews
    Mixmag (1/01, p.61) - Inclded in Mixmag's "Best Compilations of the Year [2001]" - "...A lad from Brazil takes on the drum'n'bass massive..."
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