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《白水貂:黑棉花》这张专辑被冠名为“电子摇摆Vs.地下酒吧爵士”,基本已经说明了一切。这张双CD专辑分别用“回朔”的形式,一张CD上通过珍稀的“棉花俱乐部”类型的歌曲,而另一张则将现代的remix和20/30年代舞池音乐除核后放在一起。表现了这种最好的“新式”风格。

专辑由伦敦的DJs Nick Hollywood编辑,Brighton 著名的厂牌Freshly Squeezed发行。总之,这是一张极好的、性感的、完美成套的Party唱片。

White Mink: Black Cotton is subtitled 'Electro Swing vs. Speakeasy Jazz' and that about sums it up. The double CD presents the very best of this 'new' genre with both a retrospective trawl through rare Cotton Club-style tracks on one CD (remastered from original 78's apparently), pitted alongside modern remixes and 20/30's influenced dance floor fillers on the other.

It was compiled by London DJs Nick Hollywood - for years the power behind famous London scene-maker, Club Montepulciano and now head of Brighton label Freshly Squeezed - and El Nino & Lady Kamakaze of the famous Black Cotton and (award winning) Lady Luck clubs. Between them these guys obviously know a thing or two about rocking a vintage flavored dance floor and it really shows. Both CD's are tastefully and seamlessly blended.

But I'm making it all sound very dry and academic. The music here actually feels very fresh and new. Despite the age! Both albums, although very different, bounce along with joie de vivre and are thoroughly uplifting. Black Cotton - for all that this may seem a era familiar from countless old White-Tie-Top-Hat-and-Tails type CD's, actually uncovers some raunchy, early R&B type gems that are amazing, while White Mink, as you would expect adds weight, a modern twist and some cracking electronic production to the mix.

General Info

Genre: Electro / Jazz / Swing

Location Brighton, Un

Website whitemink.co.uk

专辑名称:《White Mink Black Cotton - Electro Swing vs. Speakeasy Jazz》

艺 术 家:VA

音乐类型:Swing/Electro/NuJazz/Jazz

唱片公司:Freshly Squeezed Music

发行日期:2010年

Editorial Reviews

Second outing in the series that truly caught the zeitgeist and spawned a UK scene. Volume 1 was the first ever British electro swing release and launched an "exciting new genre" (Time Out) to became a top-ten download album, described as a "landmark moment" (Mixmag), "sublimely decadent" (Clash) and "perfect" (The Guardian). 2010 has since become the summer of electro swing with the hippest small stages (and even some of the main stages) at most festivals celebrating this new genre with bands, DJs or both. Many of these stages have even been programmed by us including Big Chill, Bestival and Glastonbury with additional monthly club nights in London and Brighton. Volume 2 repeats the same format as the first album containing contemporary electro swing on one CD (including 5 exclusive and previously unreleased cuts) while CD2 weighs in with more rare and classic re-mastered 1920s and 30s originals.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Electro Swing versus Speakeasy Jazz, 22 Jan 2010

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This review is from: White Mink Black Cotton: Electro Swing vs Speakeasy Jazz (Audio CD)

White Mink: Black Cotton is subtitled 'Electro Swing vs. Speakeasy Jazz' and that about sums it up. The double CD presents the very best of this 'new' genre with both a retrospective trawl through rare Cotton Club-style tracks on one CD (remastered from original 78's apparently), pitted alongside modern remixes and 20/30's influenced dance floor fillers on the other.

It was compiled by London DJs Nick Hollywood - for years the power behind famous London scene-maker, Club Montepulciano and now head of Brighton label Freshly Squeezed - and El Nino & Lady Kamakaze of the famous Black Cotton and (award winning) Lady Luck clubs. Between them these guys obviously know a thing or two about rocking a vintage flavored dance floor and it really shows. Both CD's are tastefully and seamlessly blended.

But I'm making it all sound very dry and academic. The music here actually feels very fresh and new. Despite the age! Both albums, although very different, bounce along with joie de vivre and are thoroughly uplifting. Black Cotton - for all that this may seem a era familiar from countless old White-Tie-Top-Hat-and-Tails type CD's, actually uncovers some raunchy, early R&B type gems that are amazing, while White Mink, as you would expect adds weight, a modern twist and some cracking electronic production to the mix.

Overall this is a great, sexy, beautifully packaged, party record and I love it!

http://www.myspace.com/whitemink

专辑曲目:

CD1 WHITE MINK 2:

01. First Met You - Funky Fresh Few

02. Gal From Joe's - Cyril Noir

03. What's That? - Palov

04. Andrew's Break - AlgoRythmik

05. Cartoon Tune - Makala

06. On The Downbeat - Swing Republic

07. Douai Charleston - 6u5

08. The Gasworks Gang - Jem Stone

09. Wash My Hands - Kormac

10. Born In 1931 - Horatio & Freakme

11. The Swingers Club - Basement Freaks

12. Minnie The Moocher - Swagger Jax

13. I'm Leaving - Swing Republic

CD2 BLACK COTTON 2:

01. Bei Mir Bist Du Schon - The Andrews Sisters

02. Jack, I'm Mellow - Trixie Smith

03. Blue Dilemma - John Kirby & his Onyx Club Boys

04. Boogie Bounce - Harry Parry

05. Baby Maybe You're The Wolf - Ace Harris

06. The Flat Foot Floogie - Slim & Slam

07. What-Cha-Call-Em-Blues? - Fletcher Henderson (feat. Louis Armstrong)

08. The Dipsy Doodle - Tommy Dorsey

09. Caravan - The Mills Brothers

10. Vol Vist Du Gaily Star - Slim & Slam

11. That's A Plenty - Benny Goodman

12. Diga Diga Doo - The Mills Brothers with Duke Ellington & his Orchestra

13. Sing, Sing, Sing - Benny Goodman & his Orchestra

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