Beautiful Tomorrow

April 16, 2002 | Format: MP3

$5.99
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Product Details

  • Original Release Date: January 22, 2002
  • Release Date: January 22, 2002
  • Label: ASTRALWERKS
  • Copyright: (C) 2002 Naked Music NYC Recordings, LLC under exclusive license to Astralwerks
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  • Total Length: 1:13:34
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  • ASIN: B000THIGZ0
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (137 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #40,099 Paid in Albums (See Top 100 Paid in Albums)

Customer Reviews

I bought this CD a year ago and I have to say that for the 1st time in my life I LOVE EVERY SONG ON A CD.
Sonya C
I would highly recommend this cd to anyone who just wants to relax and as others have said, get away from the fast-paced house/techno/deep house vibe.
Sia
This album is an incredible combination of Soulful, Jazzy, Funky, Sexy HOUSE and Relaxed, Chilled Downtempo electronica.
Amazodonte

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79 of 88 people found the following review helpful By Christopher D Runyon on January 23, 2002
Format: Audio CD
I pre-ordered this CD and I have to say it was worth the wait. I first heard of Blue 6, who is Jay Denes, when they released the single "Sweeter Love." The sweet vocal line and smooth, sexy house tracks really set me into a relaxed state. Then came Bare Essentials, Vol I, and I fell in love instantaneously with not only Blue Six, but the whole label and the artists represented on the compilation (Naked Music). Come to find, Mr Denes is the founder of the label. If you want to hear more about this amazing composer, check their website - ... The music is very relaxing, but still holds on to a house groove that is exciting enough to keep your attention. Chill or downtempo could be used to describe the sound, I suppose, but that would be misleading. Soulful, smooth, amazingly talented vocalists are possibly the best attribute. No Mariah vocal gymnastics here. A straightforward and pure sound is what Mr Denes employs. Lisa Shaw should be a household name before the second half of this decade comes. The music is electronic, house, jazz - all rolled into an accessible collective. Flutes decorate the reflective "Music and Wine." Acoustic guitar and a strong bass drum support the inspirational "Pure" - the best track on the CD.
Many tracks have been released on vinyl, and many a DJ will know of this group already. You can find the "Sweeter Love" CD5 listed in Amazon's catalog. What and how future tracks will be released makes me curious. "Pure" and most of these tracks could and should find commercial success, but it ("Pure") has been released on vinyl already, not accessible to the Common Joe. With my passion for this music, I have remixes of five of these tracks. I ordered this CD already loving half of this CD (there are a couple dub versions - of "Pure" and "Music and Wine").
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35 of 39 people found the following review helpful By Lumchan on April 28, 2003
Format: Audio CD
It's on my top XIX list, along with Deca Dance's Chillout combilation, Hed Kandi's Deeper, Beach House, Winter Chill, Disco Kandi, compilations including Miguel Migs, Lisa Shaw, Soulstice, Cafe Del Mar, Jazzanova, Deep Dish's Yoshiesque Volumes 1 + 2, Sasha's Global Underground GU13 collection, and lately, Tok Tok's Day of Mine.
I love this album to tears. The tunes are so catchy, erotic, with supersonic-feeling beats, that I completely forget what genre it's supposed to be, and focus on the lyrical images it's trying to paint.
Since I truly enjoy all the songs on this CD, I can only dispel information of my favorites:
1. Close to Home - tells of a long-distance relationship between two people, in two seperate countries. I have the same situation, so it's a personally-relative tune. It's the kind of song you can sing to someone you're in love with, longing for, in the wistful and hopeful sort of way that lovers do when life and distance seems to be the only thing in the way.
2. Music and Wine - one of my all-time favorites. I never hear this in a club, and I'm very grateful for that. It's such a sweet tune, best for bachelorettes longing to meet the man they're not supposed to meet, while in the meantime, enjoying the time.
3. Pure - another all-time favorite, and actually, THE tune which pulled me "Deeper" into this musical genre. This tune was remixed by Migs back in 2000, and I subsquently discovered it while randomly surfing groovetech.com's website in 2002. Here's the link to that fateful broadcast ... (All I need - yet *another* all-time favorite. It's such a smooth tune with sexy, sexy, SEXY story-telling. One can only love this tune so much, and wish to be a part of the melody itself.
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29 of 32 people found the following review helpful By KP on February 10, 2003
Format: Audio CD
After hearing re-mixes of several tracks off of this album, I wanted to check out this CD. Needless to say I was not disappointed and this album rekindled my faith in Electronic music. This album is not for the teeny-bopper candy raver and it's espaecially not for someone who listens to Top 40 radio. If someone says that they don't like this album, chances are they haven't been listening to good music.
This album is an influence of Pop,Soul,Jazz,R&B,and House. The female vocalists on the selected tracks are quite simply amazing. It irks me to know that these artist don't get recognized for their talent,and meanwhile Mariah Carey gets the record deals for sounding like a cat in heat. Producer Jay Denes' songwriting is soulful,heartfelt,and sexy. If you are expecting thumping house tracks or fast-beat techno, then this album is not for you. It was so refreshing to listen and NOT hear any of that. The vibe of Beautiful Tomorrow is extremely sexy,laid-back, and soulful, there are no other words to describe it. I did like the fact that there was a recurring theme throughout the tracks and that some of the same songs get re-worked.
Beautiful Tomorrow is for a listener with a bit more of a sophisticated ear. It's an album for those nites when you're having friends round for cocktails or getting ready to go out. But it's especially effective on those nites in front of a fire with someone to cuddle up with and enjoy the Music and Wine.
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By diro on April 10, 2002
Format: Audio CD
I'm a big fan of the Nude Dimension CD series from Naked Music and love most of the stuff that Lisa Shaw, Miguel Migs, Bruno Ybarra, or Jay Denes is involved with. The combination of bass, deep groove beats, well-placed samples, and sultry-silky vocals on this album are fantastic. Some of the songs on this album have become well-known deep house tracks; specifically "Music & Wine", "Sweeter Love", and "Pure", the latter being one of the most recognizable works of producing per the genius of Miguel Migs (See Nude Dimensions Volume 2).
Sometimes however, when you are at the top of the hill expectations of you are lofty and the critics watch every move you make. With that said : 4 stars at the max. Some of the tracks on this album that could have used a little extra work; it's like either they rushed it or didn't get creative enough to add that extra little special something to make the original tracks really something over the top. It is my opinion that there are several other remixes of most of these songs that are much better than the original versions. This album is great for those first beginning to experience the sounds and grooves of "deep house" music. The overall vibe is *very* soulful. All the female vocals are sultry. The tracks are silky smooth with my favorites being "Music and Wine (Teksoul Dub)" [#3] and "Sweeter Love" [#4], but even then those tracks don't quite live up to the later versions of them. This a "naked" album but something feels like it's wearing a tiny piece of clothing which is holding it back from being truly "nude".
(POSTSCRIPT: After giving this album some more time to truly sink into my skin the words "deep, sexy, and soulful" are dead-on. The first 5 tracks: outstanding. Don't expect the same Nude Dimension sound you are accustomed to.
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