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Open A Window - Atjazz - That Something (CD, Album)

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  1. May 13,  · Obscure and Remarkable CD Covers. Rush - Power Windows () This strange cover seems to be showing a mirrored world, where we sit and watch a window, surrounded by televisions. Osaka Popstar - Rock’em O-Sock’em Live! () This gruesome cover is meant to be humorous, but may err on the side of bizarre.

  2. We start with a real treat: the re-release of Atjazz s debut album, That Something, for the very first time on digital formats and never before re-issued. Originally released on the DiY Diversions and Sony (Kioon) labels in , the album has been remastered and re-edited for the 21st century by Atjazz himself.3/5(1).

  3. Find Atjazz discography, albums and singles on AllMusic. By mixing house and jazz together in a tall glass of dance-driven downtempo, Martin Iveson's Atjazz project mined the rare experience of listening to laid-back music in the foreground.

  4. Feb 25,  · Atjazz: That Something ‎ (CD, Album) Ki/oon: KSC3 Japan: Sell This Version: It should be hard to pick out a favourite given the versatility of Atjazz's work but to my ears Open A Window stands as one of the great mood enhancers within the constellation of house music. Love it and will continue to wear this record down for years /5(52).

  5. Apr 30,  · Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises Open a Window · Atjazz That Something Else! ℗ Atjazz Record Company Released on: Music Publisher: Westbury Music Ltd. Auto.

  6. Martin ‘Atjazz’ Iveson continues to celebrate notching up two decades in deep house, this time via an expanded reissue of his largely overlooked debut album, That Something. The album originally appeared on DIY Discs offshoot DIYersions, and saw Iveson combining his love of tactile, atmospheric deep house with jazzy keys, and the kind.

  7. Review: As part of his ongoing 20th anniversary celebrations, Martin "Atjazz" Iveson has put together this expanded reissue of his largely overlooked debut album, That Something. The album originally appeared on DIY Discs offshoot DIYersions, and saw Iveson combining his love of tactile, atmospheric deep house grooves with jazzy keys, and the kind of sublime synthesizer sounds he later.

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