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Vol. 3-Nude Dimensions


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  • Audio CD (December 10, 2001)
  • Original Release Date: 2001
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Astralwerks
  • ASIN: B00005Q6MT
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (50 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #230,135 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Rain - Gaelle
2. Don't Stop - Deep Sensation
3. Every Day (CP Remix) - Central Living
4. Earth Is The Place (dub/beats) - Nathan Haines
5. Ida Y Vuelta - Savannah
6. Keep It Country - Soul Patrol
7. Step Into The Light (Weekender Mix) - Jersey Street
8. Nowhere (Speakeasy Remix) - Aquanote
9. Ever After Love (Love Beats) - The Lucky Ones
10. Blue Six Tribute - Miguel Migs
11. Dreamwalker - Paulo Rocha
12. Recover - Satin Souls
13. Caught Up - Metro Area
14. Lullaby - Morgan Greist
15. Loose Leaves (Broken Mix) - Nova Scotia
16. Love Yourself (Petalpusher Rmx) - Blue Six

Editorial Reviews

Volume 3 takes a snapshot of the wide spectrum of dance styles being produced around the world blending electro, broken beat and nu-jazz with signature deep house feel that's been this series hallmark.

Customer Reviews

The "Nude Dimension" series.
The Groove
Its deep sexy funky grooves makes this album a must have from the naked music label witch is undoubtedly the best label in house music today!!!
jono k
Just because it is not as predictable as the last two, does not make it a bad cd.
Ryan

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By "gringomal" on October 22, 2001
Format: Audio CD
i hear a lot of people slagging this album for not living up to the precedent set by volumes 1 & 2.there's even a paragraph on the inside cover explaining to the buyer that the label still wanted to keep the sexy feel of naked stuff but expanding and introducing some funky breaks with some new deep tunes.admittedly nothing will ever touch volume one in my eyes but i'm a true fan of this label,this kind of music and labels that aren't afraid to explore new genres and open up the minds of future fans.the album is worth buying,for track three alone,central living's,"every day" mixed by miguel "can't do any wrong" migs with lisa shaws,as always gorgeous vocals.last time i saw miguel in town i went up to him after one of his sets and personally thanked him for it.sure i would have dug nothing more than another dose of ridiculously deep sexy house from the naked gang,but as a true fan of electronic music,much praise to them for showing the dance industry that you don't have to put out the same stuff all the time just to sell albums or keep a fanbase,these cats are innovators plain and simple,and i'll stand proudly behind ALL their releases.word 'em up.
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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful By LA2000 on October 15, 2001
Format: Audio CD
I am a huge fan of Nude Dimensions volumes 1 & 2 - and anticipated that nothing but great things could come from a third installment. However, from the moment I saw this disc, I suspected that something had changed. No beautiful slipcover. Art that was nice but not nearly as great as the art that graced the first two editions. No DJ noted on the cover. A quick review of the track listing seemed very much in line with the first two editions - Lisa Shaw , Blue Six, amd Migs all represented in the lineup - so I felt a bit reassured. Then I put the disc in.
To be fair, the disc is not terrible. But it is also not a Nude Dimensions set. The first two editions had a smooth, danceable r & b flavor. And this disc, while still house, has a completely different, less focused sound. The one song I thought would be a sure thing was Central Living's "Everyday." Naked Music NYC plays a loop of this track on their website - and the loop has a very Nude Dimensions sound. Unfortunately, the producers of this disc went with a different mix. The result is adequate - but the sound - well, its just not Nude Dimensions. As for the rest of the lineup, nothing comes close to the highlights from the first two volumes. Tracks like "Always," "Pure," "Breakin' it Down" and "That's Why I'm Here" are nowhere to be found on this edition.
The real test : if this were volume 1, would there have been a volume 2 and 3? The answer, I believe, is no. This disc really isn't special enough to warrant more.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By "jessicuban" on December 10, 2001
Format: Audio CD
Rain starts th CD off sounding like the last two compilations, but this one wanted to stray....If you read inside the Cd it says that Naked Music wanted to experiment a bit with this volume. They wanted to use more percussion, and different beats from around the deep house dance globe. What results is same Naked Music, keeping up with the latest music trends. That's what DJ's do best: experiment and come up with awesome sounds that we can chill to. Favorite tracks: Rain, Everyday and Step into the light. Just a reminder, buy the previous volumes and you won't be sorry.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By ghibli99 on July 17, 2002
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Naked Music's "Nude Dimensions III" (ND3) gave me goosebumps the first time I listened to it. Initially hesitant on an immediate purchase by some of the mixed reviews on this website, I decided to finally just jump in and buy it to see whether or not the negativity about this mix held any water. I'm happy to report that this mix is representative of the true house/soul sound, and while it may not be as uptempo and disco as some of the other Naked Music mixes, ND3 delivers an exceptionally soulful mix of high-grade music.
Listeners who are new to house or whose primary exposure has been from Naked Music may want to dig back into this genre's history to see where it all started. That's not to belittle what Naked Music has done... I still think they put out some of the best *music* of all the dance labels; tracks that can stand alone on their own merit, and it's fantastic to see them branching out and touching on genres that were absent from previous mixes. It keeps the mix fresh throughout, as opposed to hearing the same beat and same type of music the whole way through. This is one of the few CDs that I've listened to recently that held my attention throughout its entirety.
Soul Patrol's "Keep It Country" contains euphoric undertones and exceptionally well-placed samples, melting gracefully into the Weekender Mix of Jersey Street's "Step Into The Light", which is a song that's quite representative of what has become referred to as the Naked Sound. Sleek disco house with soulful vocals, fantastic basswork, synths that seem to float out of a dream, and percussive layers that keep you moving.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on November 5, 2001
Format: Audio CD
I was recently moved to write in a review after reading the varied responses to the mix listed on cd now ... I have listened to this disc countless times and have yet to find any flaws in it, whatsoever. The music is spectacular and continually evolves as you move through the mix ... the rhythms are varied (to keep things interesting) and the track selection and mix are heavenly. Granted, this isn't your standard 'four on the floor' mix that only works in a club ... if I wanted club music then I would go there - however, for LISTENING, it doesn't get any better. Isn't that what a cd is for? This mix truly captures the essence of all the beauty and flavor that can be found in the underground scene today - it's all about the vibe! For those who like their music varied and high quality, you will not be disappointed. Props to Naked for keeping it real!
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