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Mark Ambrose - Lifeforms, Vol. 1 flac mp3
Mark Ambrose
Lifeforms, Vol. 1
Date of release:
August 24, 1998
FLAC vers. size:
1192 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1507 mb
WMA vers. size:
1532 mb
Other formats
4.3 ★

Lifeforms 001. 12 inch Vinyl Single.

Check out Mark Ambrose on Beatport. Deep House Essentials, Vol. 7. Milan Euringer, DJ Mark Brickman, Lombard Street, Baris Kumru, Petros Mitolis, Cerato, Mister Tenebrio, Norberque, Matto, Ronnie Spiteri, FunkySolo, Copy & Paste, Deep Fish, Soul Cougar, Frank Sadness, Stoto, . Rough Control, Klangkosmetiker, Danilo De Santo, Taig, Sonny Joey Waschington, Stan Serkin, Dranga, Front Cover, DCRD, DA., [email protected], Bronx Cheer, Picoaga, Repetto, Mark Ambrose. Groove X EP. Mark Ambrose, David Holness. Bass Culture Records.

1996 - Adult Supervision - Textures Records 1997 - Cat Groove EP - Crayon 1997 - Smoky Clinic EP- Crayon 1997 - Cosmos Dwellers- Solid Groove 1997 - Dimensions EP - Mosaic 1997 - Dream Mode - Solid Groove 1997 - Skymaster - Disco Trippin - Offshoot 1998 - Mark Ambrose - Lifeforms Recordings 1998 - Greetings From Madam Dominique - Mosaic 1998 - Skyline (double Ep) - Minifunk 1998 -The Bellringers - Vo.

Destiny Angel EP (140 gram vinyl 12"). Makossa (mix 2)" takes things in a more bugging direction, but there's still plenty of pressure to be felt in the wriggling low end mess and nagging hi hats. Tracks From The Vault Vol 2 (140 gram vinyl 12").

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Lifeforms was, and still is, a complicated and rewarding journey into sound, with no interest in anything as obvious as a verse/chorus arrangement. Still, it rose to number six in the UK album charts on release - the same week Seal sat at the top spot. We'd made two full versions of the album before we scrapped it and began making Lifeforms. They were failed attempts, really. We were being influenced by fun, bumpy Balearic stuff, and there were basslines that were moving in that way - if they had appeared on the album it would have absolutely destroyed it. "We knew we could put 4/4s all over it, but we didn't want to make it recognisable to a very receptive market. We looked down at everybody who played that card.


Mark Ambrose - Primary Artist