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San Francisco Sessions: Soundtrack to the Soul
1. Soundtrack to the Soul
2. Keep Hoping - (Andy Caldwell Mix, Andy Caldwell remix)
3. Making My Heart
4. I Need Your Love - (Crump Daddy Club mix)
5. In This Life
7. Gonna Get by, Pt. 2
8. Funky Music
9. Love & Music - (Kaskade Mix, Kaskade remix)
10. It's You, It's Me - (More Vox Mix, Kaskade remix)
11. Light, The - (Jamie Lewis Dub mix, Jamie Lewis Dub)
12. More for the Living
13. After the Party - (Dub Mix)
14. Empty Streets
Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 30344
Dealer; Finn Bjarnson; Craig C.; Yoni Gileadi; Evan Landes; Parish Wintersmith; Halo Varga; Harrison Crump; Adam Unsworth; Jamie Lewis; Kaskade; Members Only; Ryan Raddon
Etienne Stehelin; Flavio Cuva; Adam Unsworth
This is a continuous in-the-mix CD compiled and mixed by Kaskade.
Personnel: Rithma (vocals, guitar, keyboards); Finn Bjarson (vocals, acoustic guitar); Joslyn, Harrison Crump, Monica Brooke, Latrice Barnett, Becky Williams, Blu (vocals); Judah Gold, Rich Dixon (guitar); Michael Gnall (strings); Chris LaBarbera (trumpet); Flavio Cuva, Charles Spencer (keyboards); Luiz Ribeiro (percussion).
Audio Mixers: Adam Unsworth ; Mike Roskelley; Jamie Lewis; Kaskade.
Audio Remixer: Kaskade.
Recording information: Moulton Studios, San Francisco, CA; Tempogroove Studios, Manchester, England; Topanga, CA.
Creator: Etienne Stehelin.
Arrangers: Finn Bjarson; Adam Unsworth ; Jamie Lewis; Ryan Raddon.
As a club-hopping kid in Chicago in the 1980s, Ryan Raddon (aka Kaskade) was right there in the delivery room when house music was born. He adopted house as his musical home and subsequently moved to Salt Lake City, UT, helping to build the burgeoning house scene in that city in the early '90s, then eventually settling down in San Francisco. His third full-length album is a DJ mix follow-up to his previous, all-original effort, and it finds him making good use of the momentum from his hit single, "What I Say," delivering another solid set of unusually diverse dance music. Everything here fits more or less under the house umbrella, but many tracks push the rhythmic envelope in a pleasing way; while most tracks on this collection are more functional than fascinating, all are very functional and some are deeply engaging. The hands-down winner in this set is the gorgeous and insanely catchy "It's You, It's Me," featuring sweet and breathy vocals by Joslyn; singer Becky Williams makes a similarly lovely contribution on "Empty Streets." One or two other tracks, notably the tedious "The Light," are better suited for dancing than for listening, but hey, that shouldn't really be considered a complaint, should it? Recommended. ~ Rick Anderson
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