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  • CD (26 janvier 1998)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Edition limitée, Import
  • Label: Apollo
  • ASIN : B000024X49
  • Autres éditions : CD  |  Album vinyle
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13 internautes sur 13 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par syncope le 13 juin 2004
Format: CD
Ceux qui ont eu le plaisir d'assister à un set de Dj Krush connaissent surement son penchant pour le jazz (ce qui explique son goût pour les rythmes syncopés) et pour Miles DAVIS entre autres. C'est pourquoi cet album, cette collaboration me parait logique. Ici point de morceaux proche du rap ou de rythmes rapides, il s'agit d'un album posé, serein, où le coté abstract hiphop (s'il faut le dire ainsi?) accompagne le trompettiste au cours de morceaux aeriens. Un album plein de maturité qui n'en fait pas des caisses, ne tombe pas dans la technicité gratuite mais dans un style épuré que l'on écouterai bien dans un transat en sirotant quelques boissons mysterieuses, tout en contemplant le mont FUJI.
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Beautifully dark down-tempo trip-hop 13 juin 2000
Par form.over.function - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This album has been in my CD circuit for about a year now and I still love it. This is probably the jazziest of Krush's works and in my opinion, the best. The CD is a very dark, very moody, minimalist (and I stress minimalist) masterwork. Here he gets it all right, appropriately down-beat drum beats, excellent trumpet (by Toshinori Kondo), and sparsely used bass. I think the real stand out tracks are Mu-Getsu and Ha-Doh (which is a bit of a let down because they come at the beginning) but the whole CD is excellent. This CD would appeal to any fan of jazz, hip-hop, or trip-hop. However, you must listen to it with an open mind, rather than having a fixed vision of what the CD should be. NOTE: In Sparky's review he seems to have one, great, misunderstanding (which is what I believe led him to the lower rating he gave the CD). This is not jazz fusion, it is trip-hop and as such there is going to be repitition and as for that "probably for dancing" comment, ever hear of Philip Glass? The CD you mentioned (Underground) is an entirely different genre and is attempting to convey an eniterly different mood i.e. happy, upbeat, complex, which further leads me to believe that you're looking for the wrong thing in this CD. Additionally your comments on Kondo's trumpet playing are most unwarranted, I've heard him live and he is a truly excellent Trumpetist but, unlike Courtney, on this CD his playing is not overly complex in his delivery and to fit the minimalist, dark mood of the CD.
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Jazz for blade runners 18 juin 2005
Par Stephen Silberman - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
I'm forever in search of the perfect jazz/electronica hybrid, but 99.99% of the albums that are classified that way are just jive dance music with badly-played trumpets or tablas or some damn thing thrown into the mix. Some of Nils Petter Molvaer's music, particularly an obscure remix CD called "Recoloured," comes close; Erik Truffaz's "The Mask" tried to come close, but was too simple and pallid; but Ki-Oku is THE stuff -- the music that Miles Davis would be playing now if he was still alive and awake. Using trumpets and turntables only, two Japanese guys invent vast, brooding sonic landscapes that sound like what Deckerd of "Blade Runner" would be listening to if he had really good taste in jazz. The first track, "Toh Sui," was obviously at attempt to make a "dance-friendly" opener, but after that, the album dives deep into echoey, lonely spaces that are perfect for 3am stoned listening. I gave a copy to one of the guys who helped create "The Matrix" and he said, "This album makes me hallucinate."
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New Directions in Groove 14 mars 2003
Par Shawn Jackson - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I've always been a fan of jazz and hip-hop music. My introduction to John Coltrane and Kurtis Blow happened when I was 11 years old. I thought then, as I know now, the two genres blend perfectly. The 1999 release Ki-Oku by DJ Krush and Toshinori Kondu ranks high on my list of jazz fusion albums, right next to Miles Davis' Tutu. It also is a `must have' for any hip-hop collection as well, because it marks a special place in the evolution of `rap-fusion', if you will. The overall composition is not a boring attempt to bridge the gap between rap and jazz, like many poorly executed acid jazz albums from the mid to late 1990's. It stands in a unique place from the like of Guru's Jazzamatazz series, or Branford Marsalis' Buckshot Lefonque series (most notably, the self-titled debut of this series). This is a new direction in groove, and they blaze a trail very few could follow, let alone produce a result so enriching. The men play together as you would expect brothers to, and the album moves from track to track without a single flaw. DJ Krush has long proven himself a master of down-tempo grooves, and Kondu's horn rides over the beats like a warm, steady breeze. His playing is like Miles, especially reminiscent of his fusion concepts. Overall, if you want an album that you can play for a wide variety of people in nearly any setting, or a good album to sit back and chill out to, this is a great buy for the cause.
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One of the most Consistent fusions of Jazz/Trip-Hop.....(Miles Davis would be Proud!!!) 5 juillet 2005
Par fetish_2000 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Dj Krush has been a premier figure in the art of stylished, beat arrangements, for some 12 years now, and he's produced a level of albums that have remained remarkably consistent. veering from hard-edged, hypnotic beats, to Slow cerebral laid-back grooves, as well as ominous and brooding soundscapes, and defining nocturnal and slightly detached tempos. Dj Krush has relatively explored the vast majority of avenues that a DJ/Producer can reasonably expect, encompassing: 'Trip-Hop, Breakbeat, Electronica, Acid-Jazz, Hip-Hop, Ambient'. And he is also remarkable for not only having collaborated with a great many artists, but seemingly able to generally always get the best, out of whomever he decides to collaborate with. Probably one of the more unexpected collaborations, was with celebrated Japanese trumpeter "Toshinori Kondo", who is able to manipulate the trumpet to perform in a sort of lyrical, introspective, and melodic style, that at times is refined, confident and mannered, but then also able to remain inventive with his performances and change the dynamic with a reflective, detached and atmospheric arrangement. Dj's taking Jazz instrumentation and implementing it within the confines of Trip-Hop/Hip-Hop isn't anything new, but instead of making a fairly uptempo Jazz/Hip-Hop record, Krush scales back on the BPM, and produces something far more cerebral and in tune with the relaxed feel, or something like 'Miles Davis'' seminal "Kind of Blue".

What DJ Krush actually contributes himself, is a level of slow burning production, that pays full respect to the trumpeter, providing the programming and beats and more importantly in giving the music a subtly shifting quality, and beautifully coupling the laid-back grooves and low-slung beats with the lushly passionate arrangements, that work perfectly with the tonal and structurally harmonic orchestrated trumpet. Toshinori Kondo himself centres himself perfectly around the widely sensual, atmospheric textures, and languid, mid-tempo break-beats that Krush is able to provide, and rather than remain completely reliant on one form of trumpet, the various tracks across this remarkable album feature him using acoustic and electric trumpet. With some of the tracks that feature electric trumpet owing a sizable influence and debt to Miles Davis's late-period electric albums.

If you've become accustomed to the more uptempo, and breakbeat/Trip-Hop albums, that DJ Krush has become famous for, so long as your aware that no Vocal collaborations with Rappers or singers exists on this record, or that there is nothing here, that largely resembles the blunted, smoked-out beats of other albums, most will find this to be a supremely well-produced and surprisingly soothing album. Think more like an album that has more in common with steamy, soundtrack-type music, with the emphasis on slow beats, scratching, and mellow horns, and intimate grooves layered on top of other grooves. It has the sort of introspective and reminiscing quality of 'Miles Davis's' electric trumpet, fusion of jazz/electronic masterpiece: "In a silent way", but with a heavy emphasis towards beats fused with cool trumpet. Krush fans shouldn't hold back in any hesitation in purchasing this, as it really does fit within the brilliantly consistant run of albums that Krush has produced, and is arguably some of his most melodic and breathtakingly gorgeous work. And such is the elegantly stylish nature of this album, that places a firm emphasis on cerebral intimate harmony, that it has the accessibility & sheer brilliance to grab DJ Krush a whole new set of fans......unquestionably reccommended.
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Dark, moody, brooding - perfect for the big city. 12 août 1999
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This album is a step away from DJ Krush's usual sampling. The tracks are a mix of synthesiser and drum machine beats and the acoustic/electronic trumpet playing talents of Kondo - the style is fresh and original. The overall mood of the album is mellow, subdued, relaxed.
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