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Such a Breathtaking Single

NOTICE: Track Two is actually the Reprise, and Track Three is actually the John Tejada Remix, so you will have to rename and re-organize the album after purchasing it. The Original Mix is so beautifuly made, it has been used in Buzzin' Fly Volume III. I like how Ben Watt mixed it in that album. The Remix by John Tejada is so hypnotizing, it has been put into the album 5 Years in The Wilderness. The Reprise is a great alternative mix of the Original Mix. The Youtube videos for the first two songs are ok, yet I recommend you purchase this album from iTunes. It is so worth it. Thank You Jimpster for making such a great song.

Square Up and Buy This Single!

All three are beautifully composed songs and very chilled. I always find myself going back and listening to them to help me relax. The original mix itself is a wonderful piece. The Reprise is probably my favorite (since right in the beginning it captures one of the more relaxing parts of the song) and the John Tejada mix is interesting. Probably not one I go back to very often but it's still good. All and all, not only do I recommend this single, but more work from Jimpster. Superb.


Genre: Dance

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Ambient/jazz jungle producer Jamie Odell was near the top of the hype list for 1997, his Jimpster project upped by the likes of Mixmaster Morris and Coldcut. However, as jungle's avant-garde veered into techstep territory and "ambient" and "jazz" switched from drum'n'bass adjectives to unsavory invectives, Jimpster's appeal switched from the dancefloor to the armchair, gaining popularity instead (like Squarepusher and Cujo's Amon Tobin) among electronica audiences. His string of EPs, released through...
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