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Titolo:
Black Sands
Interprete:
Bonobo
Stile:
Future Jazz, Downtempo, Ambient, New Age, Trip Hop
Rilasciato:
24 Mar 2010
Numero di catalogo:
ZENCD140
Paese:
UK, Europe & US
MP3 dimensione dell'album:
1953 mb
FLAC dimensione dell'album:
1531 mb
Etichetta:
Ninja Tune

Tracklist


1Stay The Same
Featuring [Ft.], Vocals – Andreya TrianaMusical Box [Music Box], Keyboards [Keys], Guitar [Nylon Guitar], Bass – Simon Green Saxophone [Sax] – Jack WilleyWritten-By – Andreya Triana, Simon Green
4:44
2Kiara
Violin [Violins] – Mike SimmondsWritten-By – Simon Green
3:50
31009
Written-By – Simon Green
4:30
4Black Sands
Drums – Jack Baker Flute, Clarinet – Mike LesirgeTrombone – Alan HardimanTrumpet – Ryan JacobViolin [Violins] – Mike SimmondsWritten-By, Xylophone, Mandolin, Double Bass, Piano, Harmonium, Guitar [Nylon Guitar] – Simon Green
6:49
5Animals
Drums – Graham FoxSaxophone [Sax], Bass Clarinet – Tom ChantWritten-By, Double Bass, Keyboards [Keys], Guitar [Guitars] – Simon Green
6:45
6The Keeper
Electric Piano [Fender Rhodes], Guitar [Guitars], Bass – Simon Green Featuring [Ft.] – Andreya TrianaWritten-By – Andreya Triana, Simon Green
4:48
7All In Forms
Written-By, Keyboards [Keys], Guitar [Guitars], Bass – Simon Green
4:51
8We Could Forever
Written-By, Electric Piano [Fender Rhodes], Harmonium, Bass – Simon Green
4:19
9Eyesdown
Featuring [Ft.] – Andreya TrianaHarp – Simon Green Written-By – Andreya Triana, Simon Green
5:26
10El Toro
Electric Piano [Fender Rhodes], Guitar [Nylon Guitar], Bass – Simon Green Flute, Saxophone [Sax] – Mike LesirgeTrombone – Alan HardimanTrumpet – Ryan JacobViolin [Violins], Viola [Violas] – Mike SimmondsWritten-By – Ben Cooke , Simon Green
3:44
11Prelude
Violin [Violins] – Mike SimmondsWritten-By, Double Bass, Piano, Harmonium – Simon Green
1:18
12Kong
Written-By, Keyboards [Keys], Guitar [Guitars], Bass – Simon Green
3:57


Versioni


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
BARCODE14CDBonobo Black Sands ‎(CD, Album, Dig)Barcode RecordsBARCODE14CDPoland2010
ZENCD140PBonobo Black Sands ‎(CD, Album, Promo, Car)Ninja TuneZENCD140PUK2010
5903111340995, NOPAPERRECORDS2016Bonobo Black Sands ‎(CD, Album, RE, Dig)Ninja Tune, No Paper Records5903111340995, NOPAPERRECORDS2016Poland2016
R08Bonobo Black Sands ‎(CD)No Paper RecordsR08Poland2013
BRC-255Bonobo Black Sands ‎(CD, Album)Beat RecordsBRC-255Japan2010


Crediti


  • ArtworkOscar & Ewan
  • Mastered By [Uncredited]Kevin Metcalfe
  • Photography ByPelle Crépin
  • Photography By [Assisted By]Matthew Robinson
  • ProducerSimon Green


Note


Published by Just Isn't Music except El Toro published by Just Isn't Music and Full Thought Publishing

℗&© Ninja Tune 2010
Made in EU

Released in cardboard gatefold sleeve.


Codici a barre


  • Barcode (Text): 5 021392 584126
  • Label Code: LC-12885
  • Matrix / Runout: CA ZENCD140 @@
  • Mastering SID Code (Variant 1 & 2): IFPI LY88
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 1): IFPI 1287
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 2): IFPI 1288
  • Other (Mirror Band Info): 2/17/2010 10:30:32 AM 0000571845
  • Barcode (Scanned): 5021392584126


Aziende


  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Ninja Tune
  • Copyright (c) – Ninja Tune
  • Pressed By – MPO
  • Published By – Just Isn't Music
  • Published By – Full Thought Publishing


Video



Album


Black Sands is the fourth studio album by English DJ Bonobo. It was released on 29 March 2010. The cover features a photograph taken of Derwentwater. Black Sands. Ninja Tune Ltd от лица компании Ninja Tune LatinAutor, SODRAC, BMG Rights Management US, LLC, Third Side Music, Abramus Digital, Audiam Publishing, ASCAP, LatinAutor - PeerMusic и другие авторские общества 11. Ninja Tune Ltd от лица компании Ninja Tune LatinAutor, Audiam Publishing, Abramus Digital, LatinAutor - PeerMusic, SODRAC, ASCAP и другие авторские общества 14. Black Sands by Bonobo, released 29 March 2010 1. Prelude 2. Kiara 3. Kong 4. Eyesdown 5. El Toro 6. We Could Forever 7. All In Forms 9. The Keeper 10. Stay The Same 11. Animals 12. Black Sands Simon Green aka Bonobo returns with his fourth, most eagerly-anticipated and most accomplished album to date, the magnificent Black Sands. Green proves once and for all with Black Sands that he is an artist and producer with his sights set on much higher prizes than to rule any dusty subgenre of dance music. The cover features a photograph taken of Derwentwater , in northern England. The tower in the background is located in Castlerigg 5435N 37W, N W. As of November 2016 it was certified silver by British Phonographic Industry for 60,000 sold units in UK. As of January 20th 2017 it has sold 72,756 copies in UK. Black Sands - Bonobo. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Listen free to Bonobo Black Sands Prelude, Kiara and more. 12 tracks 55:18. It was released on March 29, 2010. The cover features a photograph taken of Derwentwater, in northern England. Discover all of this album's music connections, watch videos, listen to music, discuss and Sands. Bonobo - Black Sands 2010. To favorites 30 Download album. Listen album. Black sands - Bonobo. Laid-back London groove maestro Simon Green alias Bonobo returns after a considerable absence on the recording front, at least with this fourth full-length helping of his masterfully mellow monkey magic

Recensioni:
  • Jesmi
Voted the best Electronic album of 2010 by the members of The World’s Greatest Ever Electronic Music Albums group.https://www.twgeema.com/best-electronic-albums-of-2010
  • The Rollers of Vildar
From the Chinese strings that kick off "Prelude," you know you're in for something special with Bonobo's BLACK SANDS. Even as that track segues into the electro thump of "Kiara," it never loses its sense of surprise and wonder. "Kong" slides into a sweet spot between jazz, hip-hop and electronic music, dense with instrumentation and ideas. But the real magic starts when Andreya Triana appears with the slow-burning "Eyesdown." Her trio of songs, including the heart-breaking "The Keeper" and the melancholy "Stay the Same," gives the album a breath-taking soul. That's to say that the instrumentals pale; far from it. The Spanish flair of "El Toro" or the fuzz-guitar groove and altered vocals of "All In Forms." The clarinet of "Animals" shows his adaptability with many instruments, in a Cinematic Orchestra-like jam, as the title track brings things down to a simple, string-driven waltz. Simply amazing.
  • Buriwield
Just got this album on CD, listened through on some speakers. Now listening again on headphones. Truly wonderful, the amount of detail and production value is just incredible.
  • Kann
The finest album of 2010. Fact. Bonobo's finest album? Definitely.Every single track is outstanding, they all work and come together in one amazing album. It is so hard to pick the best tracks but the title track 'Black Sands' with it's almost mafia-esque sound (and indeed wouldn't sound out of place in some Mafia-based film somewhere) is my favourite Bonobo track ever. Eyesdown, 1009 and We Could Forever are also top notch.A truly exceptional album, and one that I will be listening to for a long, long time. Buy it. Now.
  • Braned
Absolutely one of Bonobo’s best albums to date! Before I start I need to address the potential flood of Burial fan’s making ridiculous statements. They already smeared Four Tet’s new album. Burial didn’t invent anything about his style. He didn’t create dub step, he didn’t create the idea of chopping up vocals and changing pitch, etc. Burial just made it popular and there‘s nothing wrong with that but to say that other artists are “stealing“ his style is juvenile, so give it a rest. The songs I think would be accused of sounding like Burial are Kiara, Eyesdown, 1009, and All In forms. If anyone tries to make those accusations then take a listen to Bonobo’s past; Sleepy Seven (2000), Terrapin (2000), and Ketto (2006) are just some examples of vocal manipulation and Recurring (2006) an example of beat structure. In this album Bonobo brings the beats a lot harder than in previous albums. Beats pump in the foreground instead of the intricate background beats of his past works. Bonobo also uses an interesting beat structure in some songs that sounds like dub step but not in a traditional sense, more like an inspired derivative of dub step beats. Song’s like Eyesdown have a dub step type wobble that’s more subtle than you would get in a good grimey dub step song , maybe one that edges minimalism. Some of the songs also have that strange sound that pulses and fluctuates creating a trippy feeling of audible depth that, for a lack of a better example or term, sounds like what Flying Lotus has done, listen to Tea-Leaf Dancers which also features Andreya Triana. With such extreme changes in sound Bonobo still manages to keep it his own and references his past in songs like Kong, El Toro and Animals. Even in the midst of the most hardcore songs, like 1009, you can hear the familiar production skills and melodies that have defined Bonobo. No one can deny that Bajka stole the show on Bonobo’s last album so it’s nice to see the two main vocal tracks further down on the tracklist, making it easier to absorb the instrumental songs first. Just like Bonobo made Bajka’s voice shine, he does the same for Andreya Triana and she loves him back with a sweet and mellow voice that fuses nicely with Bonobo’s sound aesthetics. This album in summation is all of his past (Animal Magic, Dial M For Monkey), his not so distant present (Days To Come), and his future sound (Black Sands) all mixed and blended together to make one hot, mellow, intense, dramatic work of pure production genus. Not an album to miss and not one to ever be forgotten. If it takes another 4 to 6 years for Bonobo to make another album, I will gladly wait if he makes another masterpiece like this one.
  • Kendis
amazing review, thanks
  • Snowskin
a fine review ........ greetz .... lota
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