- Audio CD (August 26, 2003)
- Number of Discs: 1
- Format: Import
- Label: Zyx
- ASIN: B0000AP6IF
- Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars See all reviews (24 customer reviews)
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,550,127 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
Gti Crazy Vibes Import
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"Crazy Vibes and Things" also has the first DTTB vocal track, "My One and All." Frankly I was a little afraid that vocals would might take away from the already-solid DTTB sound, but the voice of Hil St. Soul complements the track quite well.
I got this CD several days ago, and it has not left my CD player yet. If you're looking for the perfect CD for those Saturday cookouts, beach days, or better yet flying down the highway with the top down...your search has now ended.
Something I noticed on both "SWH" and "CVAT" is that the first song on each album, eventhough good, has more of a "just getting started" sound to them. When the albums get to their second songs, that's when both albums take off. From that point on, there's no stopping either of these albums.
"CVAT" has a very pleasing, enjoyable sound to it. This is one of those albums that never lets up. One song after another, a funky, pulsating groove. In addition to that, this album has a very hip, cool sound to it. Track# 9, "Searching for a Simple Groove", if that doesn't cause you to groove, then I don't know what will.
My favortie song on this album is the title song, "Crazy Vibes and Things." You need to watch out for this song. This song sounds so good, that it hurts. This is one of the best sounding albums that I've heard in a long time.
"Electra Glide" opens the album with a bumping,percussive groove that's rhythmically built almost entirely on multiple layers of wah-wah effects and a wonderfully captivating melody. "On A Roll" embodies the sound that I am most familiar with from this group-an electric keyboard laden funk groove with with strongly punctuated horn solos and this rhythmically swinging jazz/house back-beat. The title song gets the same vibe,with just a mildly more jazz oriented flavor. "I Surrender Softly","Glow" and "Stargazer" all possess different and jazzy variations on what essentially amounts to a 70's Motown style groove.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Foot tappin' fun. Great Angilley piano lead on every cut, along with Tony Remy guitar and Stuart Wade arrangements! Very nice!
I'm 57 yrs. of ago so when I pick out music, I already know it Great.Published 22 months ago by JD Shelton
Only liked "Glow", and I am a Down To The Bone fan. Wish I could have only purchased the one song.Published on July 15, 2013 by Carl Oden
Has two popular cuts that are good road trip tunes. Other than that typical DTTB. E Club Music, repetitive unimaginative.Published on April 19, 2013 by Dannie C. Kemp
Since its release, in 2002,"Down to the Bones" introduced this album in the enviable list of the great recordings of smooth jazz in this raising century. Read morePublished on January 31, 2012 by Hiram Gòmez Pardo Venezuela
This is a solid 4th effort from the group from England with the funky urban vibes. Combined with the follow-up album Cellar Funk, Crazy Vibes and Things marks a shift from the... Read morePublished on April 20, 2010 by J. Smith