A Guy Called Gerald new album 'Tronic Jazz'

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A Guy Called Gerald new album 'Tronic Jazz'

Postby markus » 17 Mar 2010 00:28

Out in May apparently. Especially looking forward to the track
"Pacific Samba"
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Postby markus » 10 Apr 2010 21:10

Gorgeous album, highly recommended, not just for Pacific Samba ;)
If you've seen Gerald live, you'll recognise a lot of tunes.

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Postby nickking » 11 Apr 2010 14:20

Totally agree - it's on constant rotation...

All lovely tunes - well worth seeking out when it arrives on May 10th.

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Postby Roland » 20 May 2010 21:27

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http://www.recordcollectormag.com/revie ... etail/5620

A Guy Called Gerald - Tronic Jazz: The Berlin Sessions

Gerald explores roots and makes his masterpiece

Techno constantly gets pulled about, rebranded and, right now, stripped to its bare circuits in the name of minimalism. The Detroit originators mated Kraftwerk with P-Funk to make a new strain of electronic dance music, channelling their emotions and futuristic visions through analogue machines, inspiring like-minded producers to chart their individual sonic trajectories.

Manchester’s A Guy Called Gerald has been exploring the infinite possibilities of pure machine music since napalming the Haçienda with Voodoo Ray in 1988, forging drum’n’bass templates in the 90s and returning to analogue techno roots with 2006’s Proto Acid: The Berlin Sessions. Since then he’s popped up on Berlin underground labels such as Perlon, but now returns to Laboratory Instinct for his most consummate work to date.

Through 13 often breathtaking excursions which beautifully expand and embroider the classic techno blueprint, Gerald plunges his creative soul into the machines, often finding the perfect beat while recalling the simple beauty of early Chicago house in the swirling People Moover, shimmering deep house on Just Soul and uncurling Detroit-style cloudbursts over Iland’s resonant shuffle. There’s even a luxurious new treatment of old muckers 808 State’s Pacific State (retitled Pacific Samba): a cool nod to Manchester roots and just one highlight of this decade’s first major electronic milestone.
4 stars 4 stars 4 stars 4 stars

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Postby markus » 20 May 2010 21:40

Nice one!

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Postby nickking » 20 Jun 2010 19:05

Don't have release dates yet, but there will be four limited edition 12"'s comprising the tracks from Tronic Jazz.

The first one (called "Tronic Jazz The Berlin Sessions 12" Vol 1") and will feature:

A1. People Moover
A2. Pacific Samba
B1. Conclusion F min Blue

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Postby markus » 20 Jun 2010 21:52

Amazing news!!!

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Postby nickking » 23 Jun 2010 19:10

2nd 12", called "Tronic Jazz The Berlin Sessions 12" Vol 2" will feature:

A1. Nouvo Alfa
A2. Flutter
B1. Wow Yeah

Still no idea about release dates... :P

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Re: A Guy Called Gerald new album 'Tronic Jazz'

Postby mathias » 01 Feb 2012 17:39

this album is nice, but i prefer proto acid... why? because i like acid house! ;-)


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