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Simon Green, AKA Bonobo, is an artist very much at the peak of his powers. His 2013 album ‘The North Borders’ was the high watermark of his career to date: a masterful record, marrying Green's inimitable melodic genius to cutting edge electronics, bass and drums.

An artist that constantly pushes himself outside of his musical comfort zone, Bonobo’s ranging personal ... Read more in Amazon's Bonobo Store

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Product Details

  • Audio CD (November 2, 2006)
  • Original Release Date: 2006
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: MSI:NINJA TUNE
  • ASIN: B000J3FC5Q
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (29 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #33,282 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Intro
2. Days To Come
3. Between The Lines
4. Fever
5. Ketto
6. Nightlite
7. Transmission 94 (Part 1-2)
8. On Your Marks
9. If You Stayed Over
10. Walk In The Sky
11. Recurring

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Customer Reviews

Perfect atmospheric mix of dark moods and instrumentals.
Bunbun
I say this because although the addition of Bajka is a nice surprise and sounds great, it does get old and kind of annoying after a while.
Luke
I previewed one song on this album randomly and decided to take a chance and buy the CD.
ayesele

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22 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on April 23, 2007
Format: Audio CD
Shortlisted as top 5 of 2006 by Gilles Peterson then chosen as the 2006 Worldwide All Winners Album of the Year by the audience, Bonobo's Days to Come album is easily the finest fusion of jazz and electro styles to hit the decks in the last year. But, credentials aside, let us now move on to particulars:

INTRO - This intentionally brief interlude makes a bold announcement of the intense soundscapes we are soon to visit. Basically, this album enters without subtlety, it's on and it wants everyone to know it.

DAYS ... - Having just thrilled us (albeit prematurely), we now transition into the groove that will set the mood for most of the album. Further, the newest development in the Bonobo sound-evolution springs itself on us: VOCALS and good ones at that. The inherently rythmic, molasses-sweet voice of Bajka (Poets of Rhythm) harkens us back to the days of Nina Simone while the playfully bouncing beat sweeps us along assuring us with brass and soothing our beast throughout with chimes seemingly being played by the wind itself.

BETWEEN ... - A sharp contrast to the previous track (and the rest of the album), this track is darker focusing its instrumental on enhancing the narrative vocals while the flute, gong, and creaking door-hinge type sound lend themselves to visions of ancient rituals. While there are movements in this track, the general motion seems to be an evolution towards an anticlimactic end.

THE FEVER - Back to the groove and damn is it kickin this time! Notice that the subtler sounds are starting to gain prominence.
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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Mooselover on October 16, 2006
Format: Audio CD
This album will definitely fall through the cracks even though it's easily one of 2006's best releases. While DJ Shadow is running around out churning out hyphy garbage, Bonobo weighs in with this masterpiece, full of lush orchestrations, dope beats and excellent vocals. Days to Come gives you that late 90s trip-hop feel but with its own original twist and vibe - it's got more funk and less darkness. I'd say it's sort of like a combo between Quantic and classic DJ Shadow, with a little bit of Amon Tobin spookiness.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Rebecca of Amazon HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on March 14, 2007
Format: Audio CD
"Days to Come" begins with a brief idyllic intro to get you into the mood of the music. Sweet flute mingles with nature sounds to hint at an outdoor location with tropical appeal. It sounds like someone is swimming in water and is talking in a cave near a beach. Bajka's soulful presence really starts this album off with her smooth silky vocals on the second track and by then you are in the mood of this sultry journey into imaginative lyrics and earthy elegance.

"Between the Lines" has a hopeful message of love and peace with an earth shattering style beat that keeps the rhythm moving right along into your day. It is such a fun energetic song, you might almost be sorry when it ends. Fortunately "The Fever" steps right up onto the stage and provides heavier urban rhythms with a tribal appeal. This vast expansive track melts into a fizzy bliss that then opens up immediately into "Ketto's" angelic strings that mix with a toy chest of sounds to bring about a sweeping ambience with fascinating hypnotic elements and sweet vocals layered with playful bouncy beats. This is a gorgeous heady track that ends with water dropping into a brass bowl.

This album keeps taking off into new worlds and "Nightlite" has a 70s tambourine style mixed with a slipping into the night gypsy ambience. "Transmission 94" is a party all on its own with saxophone and relentless percussion mingling with faint remembrances of ancient chants and a dash of electronic chaos. The music goes right through you and then turns silky with delicate strains of saxophone. Listening to "On Your Marks" on headphones makes the floor feel like it is vibrating.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on March 9, 2007
Format: Audio CD
Shortlisted as top 5 of 2006 by Gilles Peterson then chosen as the 2006 Worldwide All Winners Album of the Year by the audience, Bonobo's Days to Come album is easily the finest fusion of jazz and electro styles to hit the decks in the last year. But, credentials aside, let us now move on to particulars:

INTRO - This intentionally brief interlude makes a bold announcement of the intense soundscapes we are soon to visit. Basically, this album enters without subtlety, it's on and it wants everyone to know it.

DAYS ... - Having just thrilled us (albeit prematurely), we now transition into the groove that will set the mood for most of the album. Further, the newest development in the Bonobo sound-evolution springs itself on us: VOCALS and good ones at that. The inherently rythmic, molasses-sweet voice of Bajka (Poets of Rhythm) harkens us back to the days of Nina Simone while the playfully bouncing beat sweeps us along assuring us with brass and soothing our beast throughout with chimes seemingly being played by the wind itself.

BETWEEN ... - A sharp contrast to the previous track (and the rest of the album), this track is darker focusing its instrumental on enhancing the narrative vocals while the flute, gong, and creaking door-hinge type sound lend themselves to visions of ancient rituals. While there are movements in this track, the general motion seems to be an evolution towards an anticlimactic end.

THE FEVER - Back to the groove and damn is it kickin this time! Notice that the subtler sounds are starting to gain prominence.
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