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Biography/ Discography:
BOOZOO BAJOU

Summer 2001: On the Nuremberg based Downbeat/Lounge/Nu Jazz Label STEREO DELUXE the group BOOZOO BAJOU release their debut album “SATTA”. Since 1997, the duo Peter Heider and Florian Seyberth caught the eye of DJs and hipsters through the release of three twelve inch records (“Night over Manaus”, “Under my Sensi” and “Divers”) which put the name BOOZOO BAJOU on heavy rotation in clubs and gave them notification all over the world. “SATTA”, a sixty minute blues/soul/reggae-crossover epic, finally pushed their name beyond the DJ and hipster circles. ... Read more

Biography/ Discography:
BOOZOO BAJOU

Summer 2001: On the Nuremberg based Downbeat/Lounge/Nu Jazz Label STEREO DELUXE the group BOOZOO BAJOU release their debut album “SATTA”. Since 1997, the duo Peter Heider and Florian Seyberth caught the eye of DJs and hipsters through the release of three twelve inch records (“Night over Manaus”, “Under my Sensi” and “Divers”) which put the name BOOZOO BAJOU on heavy rotation in clubs and gave them notification all over the world. “SATTA”, a sixty minute blues/soul/reggae-crossover epic, finally pushed their name beyond the DJ and hipster circles. Within three years “SATTA” found more than 60.000 fans all over the world. After the surfacing of obscure bootlegs on Thai street markets it was more than clear: BOOZOO BAJOU truly went global. Today, the album has turned into a classic and is considered a milestone in the downbeat scene. Each of the ten tracks from SATTA was licensed. BOOZOO BAJOU tracks appeared on more than 130 CD compilations worldwide and the music was used in various top class TV adverts (incl. Martini featuring George Clooney, BP, Volvo, VW, Bacardi Rigo, Mini Cooper and Fosters), plus various TV series (incl. “Six Feet Under” and “Miami C.S.I.”).
Following an extensive global DJ tour in 2002, the two Nuremberg music lovers received various requests for a compilation CD of their favourite tracks. Subsequently, Florian Seyberth and Peter Heider (a.k.a. BOOZOO BAJOU) released “JUKE JOINT”, a twenty piece mix compilation in spring 2003. Again, they received a worldwide positive feedback. The release of “THE REMIXES” in 2003, a compilation with remixes for and by BOOZOO BAJOU, including names like Mary J Blige, Tosca, Mousse T, Thievery Corporation and Trüby Trio, marked the closing chapter of the “SATTA” era for BOOZOO BAJOU.
During 2003 and 2004 the BOOZOOs played a vast range of live DJ shows: With Cinematic Orchestra in Berlin, at Vienna’s Dub Club, in Moscow and Lisbon, to just name a few. Two USA tours included Coachella Festival. In between they did a few more remixes, this time for artists who had been long time heroes and a source of inspiration to BOOZOO BAJOU: Tony Joe White, Henry Manchini and Pharoah Sanders. After two years of studio work, their second album “DUST MY BROOM” was released on !K7 records in August 2005. It featured eleven new tracks with vocal contributions by Tony Joe White, Willie Hutch, Joe Dukie, Ben Weaver and Top Cat. The accompanying single “Killer” featured remixes by King Britt, the 2nd single release “Take It Slow” (feat.Joe Dukie) was remixed by Seiji and Mousse T.
Their successful career now hits another highlight with the release of the second volume of the “JUKE JOINT” mix compilation. “JUKE JOINT 2” features the Boozoo Bajou remix of Tony Joe White´s legendary “Rainy Night In Georgia”, a yet unreleased mix of Gecko Turner, as well as the new tracks “Back Up” (featuring Stones Throw artist and Madlib brother Oh No on the mic) and “Pflug”.
The elegantly mixed CD furthermore features tracks by Nicole Willis, The Meters, Mark Rae, John Holt, Hanne Hukkelberg, Alice Russel amongst others, illustrating Boozoo Bajou´s musical preferences ranging from soul to dub, jazz to funk, and rap to folk – an entire kaleidoscope of soulful music.
Discography:

BOOZOO BAJOU 12" RELEASES
sd085 Camioux feat. Wayne Martin (Stereo Deluxe Records)
sd053 Divers - Funky Lowlives Mixes (Stereo Deluxe Records)
sd045 Divers (Coop-12" mit Lead With The Bass) (Stereo Deluxe Records)
sd039 Under My Sensi - Thievery Corporation & Trio Eletrico Mixes (Stereo Deluxe Records)
sd038 Under My Sensi (Stereo Deluxe Records)
sd018 Night Over Manaus (Stereo Deluxe Records)
!K7183 Killer (!K7 Records)
!K7191Take It Slow (!K7 Records)
!K7205 Juke Joint II EP (feat. Oh No) (!K7 Records)

BOOZOO BAJOU ALBUM RELEASE
sd118-2 The Remixes – CD (Stereo Deluxe Records)
sd118-1 The Remixes – LP (Stereo Deluxe Records)
sd098-4 Juke Joint – Limited CD Box (Stereo Deluxe Records)
sd098-2 Juke Joint – CD (Stereo Deluxe Records)
sd069-1 Satta – LP (Stereo Deluxe Records)
sd069-2 Satta – CD (Stereo Deluxe Records)
!K7183 Dust My Broom – CD&LP (!K7 Records)
!K7205 Juke Joint II – CD (!K7 Records)

REMIXES:
Pharoah Sanders: Astral Travelling (Impulse/Universal USA)
Nelly Furtado: Try (Universal/Dreamworks USA)
Henry Manchini: The Pink Panther Theme (EMI/MGM USA)
Tony Joe White: Rainy Night in Georgia (Warner USA)
Common & Mary J. Blige "Come Close" (MCA)
Mousse T. "Gourmet de Funk" (Peppermint Jam)
Funky Lowlives "Bellaluna" (Stereo Deluxe)
Tony Allen "Yoruba Road"
Tosca "Chocolate Elvis Soul Sufferer" (G-Stone)
Trüby Trio "A Go Go" (Compost)
The Dining Room "Afrolicious"(Schema)
Gecko Turner "Dizzie" (Quango)

www.boozoobajou.com / info@boozoobajou.com

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

Biography/ Discography:
BOOZOO BAJOU

Summer 2001: On the Nuremberg based Downbeat/Lounge/Nu Jazz Label STEREO DELUXE the group BOOZOO BAJOU release their debut album “SATTA”. Since 1997, the duo Peter Heider and Florian Seyberth caught the eye of DJs and hipsters through the release of three twelve inch records (“Night over Manaus”, “Under my Sensi” and “Divers”) which put the name BOOZOO BAJOU on heavy rotation in clubs and gave them notification all over the world. “SATTA”, a sixty minute blues/soul/reggae-crossover epic, finally pushed their name beyond the DJ and hipster circles. Within three years “SATTA” found more than 60.000 fans all over the world. After the surfacing of obscure bootlegs on Thai street markets it was more than clear: BOOZOO BAJOU truly went global. Today, the album has turned into a classic and is considered a milestone in the downbeat scene. Each of the ten tracks from SATTA was licensed. BOOZOO BAJOU tracks appeared on more than 130 CD compilations worldwide and the music was used in various top class TV adverts (incl. Martini featuring George Clooney, BP, Volvo, VW, Bacardi Rigo, Mini Cooper and Fosters), plus various TV series (incl. “Six Feet Under” and “Miami C.S.I.”).
Following an extensive global DJ tour in 2002, the two Nuremberg music lovers received various requests for a compilation CD of their favourite tracks. Subsequently, Florian Seyberth and Peter Heider (a.k.a. BOOZOO BAJOU) released “JUKE JOINT”, a twenty piece mix compilation in spring 2003. Again, they received a worldwide positive feedback. The release of “THE REMIXES” in 2003, a compilation with remixes for and by BOOZOO BAJOU, including names like Mary J Blige, Tosca, Mousse T, Thievery Corporation and Trüby Trio, marked the closing chapter of the “SATTA” era for BOOZOO BAJOU.
During 2003 and 2004 the BOOZOOs played a vast range of live DJ shows: With Cinematic Orchestra in Berlin, at Vienna’s Dub Club, in Moscow and Lisbon, to just name a few. Two USA tours included Coachella Festival. In between they did a few more remixes, this time for artists who had been long time heroes and a source of inspiration to BOOZOO BAJOU: Tony Joe White, Henry Manchini and Pharoah Sanders. After two years of studio work, their second album “DUST MY BROOM” was released on !K7 records in August 2005. It featured eleven new tracks with vocal contributions by Tony Joe White, Willie Hutch, Joe Dukie, Ben Weaver and Top Cat. The accompanying single “Killer” featured remixes by King Britt, the 2nd single release “Take It Slow” (feat.Joe Dukie) was remixed by Seiji and Mousse T.
Their successful career now hits another highlight with the release of the second volume of the “JUKE JOINT” mix compilation. “JUKE JOINT 2” features the Boozoo Bajou remix of Tony Joe White´s legendary “Rainy Night In Georgia”, a yet unreleased mix of Gecko Turner, as well as the new tracks “Back Up” (featuring Stones Throw artist and Madlib brother Oh No on the mic) and “Pflug”.
The elegantly mixed CD furthermore features tracks by Nicole Willis, The Meters, Mark Rae, John Holt, Hanne Hukkelberg, Alice Russel amongst others, illustrating Boozoo Bajou´s musical preferences ranging from soul to dub, jazz to funk, and rap to folk – an entire kaleidoscope of soulful music.
Discography:

BOOZOO BAJOU 12" RELEASES
sd085 Camioux feat. Wayne Martin (Stereo Deluxe Records)
sd053 Divers - Funky Lowlives Mixes (Stereo Deluxe Records)
sd045 Divers (Coop-12" mit Lead With The Bass) (Stereo Deluxe Records)
sd039 Under My Sensi - Thievery Corporation & Trio Eletrico Mixes (Stereo Deluxe Records)
sd038 Under My Sensi (Stereo Deluxe Records)
sd018 Night Over Manaus (Stereo Deluxe Records)
!K7183 Killer (!K7 Records)
!K7191Take It Slow (!K7 Records)
!K7205 Juke Joint II EP (feat. Oh No) (!K7 Records)

BOOZOO BAJOU ALBUM RELEASE
sd118-2 The Remixes – CD (Stereo Deluxe Records)
sd118-1 The Remixes – LP (Stereo Deluxe Records)
sd098-4 Juke Joint – Limited CD Box (Stereo Deluxe Records)
sd098-2 Juke Joint – CD (Stereo Deluxe Records)
sd069-1 Satta – LP (Stereo Deluxe Records)
sd069-2 Satta – CD (Stereo Deluxe Records)
!K7183 Dust My Broom – CD&LP (!K7 Records)
!K7205 Juke Joint II – CD (!K7 Records)

REMIXES:
Pharoah Sanders: Astral Travelling (Impulse/Universal USA)
Nelly Furtado: Try (Universal/Dreamworks USA)
Henry Manchini: The Pink Panther Theme (EMI/MGM USA)
Tony Joe White: Rainy Night in Georgia (Warner USA)
Common & Mary J. Blige "Come Close" (MCA)
Mousse T. "Gourmet de Funk" (Peppermint Jam)
Funky Lowlives "Bellaluna" (Stereo Deluxe)
Tony Allen "Yoruba Road"
Tosca "Chocolate Elvis Soul Sufferer" (G-Stone)
Trüby Trio "A Go Go" (Compost)
The Dining Room "Afrolicious"(Schema)
Gecko Turner "Dizzie" (Quango)

www.boozoobajou.com / info@boozoobajou.com

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

Biography/ Discography:
BOOZOO BAJOU

Summer 2001: On the Nuremberg based Downbeat/Lounge/Nu Jazz Label STEREO DELUXE the group BOOZOO BAJOU release their debut album “SATTA”. Since 1997, the duo Peter Heider and Florian Seyberth caught the eye of DJs and hipsters through the release of three twelve inch records (“Night over Manaus”, “Under my Sensi” and “Divers”) which put the name BOOZOO BAJOU on heavy rotation in clubs and gave them notification all over the world. “SATTA”, a sixty minute blues/soul/reggae-crossover epic, finally pushed their name beyond the DJ and hipster circles. Within three years “SATTA” found more than 60.000 fans all over the world. After the surfacing of obscure bootlegs on Thai street markets it was more than clear: BOOZOO BAJOU truly went global. Today, the album has turned into a classic and is considered a milestone in the downbeat scene. Each of the ten tracks from SATTA was licensed. BOOZOO BAJOU tracks appeared on more than 130 CD compilations worldwide and the music was used in various top class TV adverts (incl. Martini featuring George Clooney, BP, Volvo, VW, Bacardi Rigo, Mini Cooper and Fosters), plus various TV series (incl. “Six Feet Under” and “Miami C.S.I.”).
Following an extensive global DJ tour in 2002, the two Nuremberg music lovers received various requests for a compilation CD of their favourite tracks. Subsequently, Florian Seyberth and Peter Heider (a.k.a. BOOZOO BAJOU) released “JUKE JOINT”, a twenty piece mix compilation in spring 2003. Again, they received a worldwide positive feedback. The release of “THE REMIXES” in 2003, a compilation with remixes for and by BOOZOO BAJOU, including names like Mary J Blige, Tosca, Mousse T, Thievery Corporation and Trüby Trio, marked the closing chapter of the “SATTA” era for BOOZOO BAJOU.
During 2003 and 2004 the BOOZOOs played a vast range of live DJ shows: With Cinematic Orchestra in Berlin, at Vienna’s Dub Club, in Moscow and Lisbon, to just name a few. Two USA tours included Coachella Festival. In between they did a few more remixes, this time for artists who had been long time heroes and a source of inspiration to BOOZOO BAJOU: Tony Joe White, Henry Manchini and Pharoah Sanders. After two years of studio work, their second album “DUST MY BROOM” was released on !K7 records in August 2005. It featured eleven new tracks with vocal contributions by Tony Joe White, Willie Hutch, Joe Dukie, Ben Weaver and Top Cat. The accompanying single “Killer” featured remixes by King Britt, the 2nd single release “Take It Slow” (feat.Joe Dukie) was remixed by Seiji and Mousse T.
Their successful career now hits another highlight with the release of the second volume of the “JUKE JOINT” mix compilation. “JUKE JOINT 2” features the Boozoo Bajou remix of Tony Joe White´s legendary “Rainy Night In Georgia”, a yet unreleased mix of Gecko Turner, as well as the new tracks “Back Up” (featuring Stones Throw artist and Madlib brother Oh No on the mic) and “Pflug”.
The elegantly mixed CD furthermore features tracks by Nicole Willis, The Meters, Mark Rae, John Holt, Hanne Hukkelberg, Alice Russel amongst others, illustrating Boozoo Bajou´s musical preferences ranging from soul to dub, jazz to funk, and rap to folk – an entire kaleidoscope of soulful music.
Discography:

BOOZOO BAJOU 12" RELEASES
sd085 Camioux feat. Wayne Martin (Stereo Deluxe Records)
sd053 Divers - Funky Lowlives Mixes (Stereo Deluxe Records)
sd045 Divers (Coop-12" mit Lead With The Bass) (Stereo Deluxe Records)
sd039 Under My Sensi - Thievery Corporation & Trio Eletrico Mixes (Stereo Deluxe Records)
sd038 Under My Sensi (Stereo Deluxe Records)
sd018 Night Over Manaus (Stereo Deluxe Records)
!K7183 Killer (!K7 Records)
!K7191Take It Slow (!K7 Records)
!K7205 Juke Joint II EP (feat. Oh No) (!K7 Records)

BOOZOO BAJOU ALBUM RELEASE
sd118-2 The Remixes – CD (Stereo Deluxe Records)
sd118-1 The Remixes – LP (Stereo Deluxe Records)
sd098-4 Juke Joint – Limited CD Box (Stereo Deluxe Records)
sd098-2 Juke Joint – CD (Stereo Deluxe Records)
sd069-1 Satta – LP (Stereo Deluxe Records)
sd069-2 Satta – CD (Stereo Deluxe Records)
!K7183 Dust My Broom – CD&LP (!K7 Records)
!K7205 Juke Joint II – CD (!K7 Records)

REMIXES:
Pharoah Sanders: Astral Travelling (Impulse/Universal USA)
Nelly Furtado: Try (Universal/Dreamworks USA)
Henry Manchini: The Pink Panther Theme (EMI/MGM USA)
Tony Joe White: Rainy Night in Georgia (Warner USA)
Common & Mary J. Blige "Come Close" (MCA)
Mousse T. "Gourmet de Funk" (Peppermint Jam)
Funky Lowlives "Bellaluna" (Stereo Deluxe)
Tony Allen "Yoruba Road"
Tosca "Chocolate Elvis Soul Sufferer" (G-Stone)
Trüby Trio "A Go Go" (Compost)
The Dining Room "Afrolicious"(Schema)
Gecko Turner "Dizzie" (Quango)

www.boozoobajou.com / info@boozoobajou.com

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

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