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D Low & Nick Oh Feat. Alex Escohotado - Warm Breeze Album

Tracklist

1Warm Breeze (Alexkid Remix)
Remix – Alexkid
6:25
2Warm Breeze (Julian Poker Remix)
Remix – Julian Poker
6:54
3Warm Breeze (Plaupez Remix)
Remix – Plaupez
7:25
4Warm Breeze (Original Mix)8:48

Credits

  • Co-producerD Low, Nik Oh
  • Vocals, Lyrics ByAlex Escohotado

Barcodes

  • ASIN: B00D1V9MOK

Info

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D Low & Nick Oh Feat. Alex Escohotado - Warm Breeze Album

Performer: D Low & Nick Oh Feat. Alex Escohotado

Title: Warm Breeze

Country: Spain

Release date: 13 May 2010

Label: Alma Soul Music

Style: Tech House, Minimal

Catalog: ASM007

Genre: Electronic

Size MP3: 2054 mb

Size FLAC: 1679 mb

Rating: 4.3 / 5

Votes: 995

Record source: 4 × File, MP3, 320 kbps

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Fawrindhga
This is a great track indeed. Something that strikes me a lot about it, that's what makes a difference with the tipical tracks with catchy vocals, is that the whole lyrics are recited with that whispery and warm voice... there's not even a repeated chorus!That positions this song in a much more "serious" musical level than the predictable vocal tracks we are used to hear from time to time, and that are not very well considered among the true producers of electronic music. I personally hate the genre that in Spain are called "cantaditas" (translations would be something like "sungies"), because I already asume those tracks are going to have a very comercial and similar structure in the vocals, made for people that really don't appreciate the SOUND. But I must say I really love this way of integrating the voice, cause it is not "upon everything", instead of that, the voice accompanies the music... or it would be better to say the music accompanies the voice, as the lyrics are the only thing that remains in the different versions, giving the structure and rythm to the whole track.
Fawrindhga
This is a great track indeed. Something that strikes me a lot about it, that's what makes a difference with the tipical tracks with catchy vocals, is that the whole lyrics are recited with that whispery and warm voice... there's not even a repeated chorus!That positions this song in a much more "serious" musical level than the predictable vocal tracks we are used to hear from time to time, and that are not very well considered among the true producers of electronic music. I personally hate the genre that in Spain are called "cantaditas" (translations would be something like "sungies"), because I already asume those tracks are going to have a very comercial and similar structure in the vocals, made for people that really don't appreciate the SOUND. But I must say I really love this way of integrating the voice, cause it is not "upon everything", instead of that, the voice accompanies the music... or it would be better to say the music accompanies the voice, as the lyrics are the only thing that remains in the different versions, giving the structure and rythm to the whole track.
Corgustari
lopezvaness18 This is a great track indeed. Something that strikes me a lot about it, that's what makes a difference with the tipical tracks with catchy vocals, is that the whole lyrics are recited with that whispery and warm voice... there's not even a repeated chorus!That positions this song in a much more "serious" musical level than the predictable vocal tracks we are used to hear from time to time, and that are not very well considered among the true producers of electronic music. I personally hate the genre that in Spain are called "cantaditas" (translations would be something like "sungies"), because I already asume those tracks are going to have a very comercial and similar structure in the vocals, made for people that really don't appreciate the SOUND. But I must say I really love this way of integrating the voice, cause it is not "upon everything", instead of that, the voice accompanies the music... or it would be better to say the music accompanies the voice, as the lyrics are the only thing that remains in the different versions, giving the structure and rythm to the whole track. wow! Impressive explanation. That's what I call to be a real music lover ;)
Corgustari
lopezvaness18 This is a great track indeed. Something that strikes me a lot about it, that's what makes a difference with the tipical tracks with catchy vocals, is that the whole lyrics are recited with that whispery and warm voice... there's not even a repeated chorus!That positions this song in a much more "serious" musical level than the predictable vocal tracks we are used to hear from time to time, and that are not very well considered among the true producers of electronic music. I personally hate the genre that in Spain are called "cantaditas" (translations would be something like "sungies"), because I already asume those tracks are going to have a very comercial and similar structure in the vocals, made for people that really don't appreciate the SOUND. But I must say I really love this way of integrating the voice, cause it is not "upon everything", instead of that, the voice accompanies the music... or it would be better to say the music accompanies the voice, as the lyrics are the only thing that remains in the different versions, giving the structure and rythm to the whole track. wow! Impressive explanation. That's what I call to be a real music lover ;)
The Sinners from Mitar
Absolutely agree! Each time I hear this song, it brings me my best memories of that summer in Ibiza. It was like a signal that meant the "real party" had begun, after the warm-up with the sunset. A very remarkable track!
The Sinners from Mitar
Absolutely agree! Each time I hear this song, it brings me my best memories of that summer in Ibiza. It was like a signal that meant the "real party" had begun, after the warm-up with the sunset. A very remarkable track!
Bundis
Exquisite release, perfect to bring a chilled pool party to a higher level, or to refresh the dancefloor in a club.The careful production arrangements, the maturity and deepness of both the lyrics and the singer's voice, which works perfectly (almost intact) in the original version and the remixes, is really something outstanding in the spaniard production scene.All of this plus its deep balearic sound touch, made the cut a success in Ibiza, and therefore, world wide, the year of its release.
Bundis
Exquisite release, perfect to bring a chilled pool party to a higher level, or to refresh the dancefloor in a club.The careful production arrangements, the maturity and deepness of both the lyrics and the singer's voice, which works perfectly (almost intact) in the original version and the remixes, is really something outstanding in the spaniard production scene.All of this plus its deep balearic sound touch, made the cut a success in Ibiza, and therefore, world wide, the year of its release.
Modimeena
DanYanes Exquisite release, perfect to bring a chilled pool party to a higher level, or to refresh the dancefloor in a club.The careful production arrangements, the maturity and deepness of both the lyrics and the singer's voice, which works perfectly (almost intact) in the original version and the remixes, is really something outstanding in the spaniard production scene.All of this plus its deep balearic sound touch, made the cut a success in Ibiza, and therefore, world wide, the year of its release. Absolutely agree! Each time I hear this song, it brings me my best memories of that summer in Ibiza. It was like a signal that meant the "real party" had begun, after the warm-up with the sunset. A very remarkable track!
Modimeena
DanYanes Exquisite release, perfect to bring a chilled pool party to a higher level, or to refresh the dancefloor in a club.The careful production arrangements, the maturity and deepness of both the lyrics and the singer's voice, which works perfectly (almost intact) in the original version and the remixes, is really something outstanding in the spaniard production scene.All of this plus its deep balearic sound touch, made the cut a success in Ibiza, and therefore, world wide, the year of its release. Absolutely agree! Each time I hear this song, it brings me my best memories of that summer in Ibiza. It was like a signal that meant the "real party" had begun, after the warm-up with the sunset. A very remarkable track!