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T Tauri - Joy To The World FLAC album

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Joy To The World (No Felt)
Engineer – Bill Fitch
A2 Joy To The World (But None For Me)
Engineer – Roger StaussVocals, Guitar [Guitar Loop] – Dallas Crow
B1 Asa...Nisi...Masa (Short)
Engineer – Jeff Goldman
B2 Joy To The World (Pancakes For Everyone)
Drums – ShaheenRemix – Darwin Chamber, HawkeVocals – Dallas Crow

Credits

  • Artwork By [Additional Design] – Illusion Mixed Media
  • Artwork By, Photography – Door Four
  • Mixed By – T Tauri (tracks: A1 to B1)
  • Written-By, Producer – T Tauri

Notes

Category on spine and back cover: HKS18008-1
Category on labels: HKS008-1

Published by Twin Geeks Songs (ASCAP)
A1: Engineered at Sound Design Studio, PA.
A2: Engineered at Noteworthy Studio, VT.
B1: Engineered at Aquilo, NJ.

A1 and B2 were also released on Sunburn records #1; a white label with slightly different edits which include additional samples not included here for copyright reasons.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Printed): 7 88441 80081 5
  • Barcode (Scanned): 788441800815

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
SPF000 T Tauri Joy To The World ‎(12", W/Lbl, Sta) Sunburn Records SPF000 US 1995


T Tauri - Joy To The World FLAC album

Musician performer: T Tauri

Title: Joy To The World

Country: US

Date of release: 1996

Style: House, Dub, Downtempo

Genre: Electronic

Size FLAC: 1425 mb

Rating: 4.3 / 5

Votes: 217

Other Formats: ADX MIDI VOC WMA DMF MP4 MPC

Related to T Tauri - Joy To The World FLAC Albums

Lestony
No Felt mix is the one you want. Just about the greatest thing ever committed to wax. Mr T. Tauri... thank you!
Lestony
No Felt mix is the one you want. Just about the greatest thing ever committed to wax. Mr T. Tauri... thank you!
Cobandis
I agree with the other reviews , it really stood at at the time as really different sounding . clocking in at 108 BPM , i always thought JOY DIVISION or very early "pre blue monday" NEW ORDER with maybe a bit of primal scream with the funky loops and bongos . indie dance ? i can imagine andy weatherall dropping this and people going mental . worth £1 of anyones money ;-) mine is the white label orig issue , and the best track was called joy to the world [teflon] - but i dont know how it was retitled and to what mix on the commercial hardkiss copies . tuneage !NB: just checked the youtube videos and my mix "teflon mix" has been retitled "no felt mix" . >>>>> PLAY ON THE PLAYER >>> to the right >>>
Cobandis
I agree with the other reviews , it really stood at at the time as really different sounding . clocking in at 108 BPM , i always thought JOY DIVISION or very early "pre blue monday" NEW ORDER with maybe a bit of primal scream with the funky loops and bongos . indie dance ? i can imagine andy weatherall dropping this and people going mental . worth £1 of anyones money ;-) mine is the white label orig issue , and the best track was called joy to the world [teflon] - but i dont know how it was retitled and to what mix on the commercial hardkiss copies . tuneage !NB: just checked the youtube videos and my mix "teflon mix" has been retitled "no felt mix" . >>>>> PLAY ON THE PLAYER >>> to the right >>>
Nargas
This is one of the most unusual records in my collection. Its a quirky, psychedelic, mish-mash of sounds that definitely benefits from being listened to in an "altered state". I love the "No Felt" mix of "Joy To The World". Built around a nice break and an almost grungey bassline, there are all sorts of cute, sweet sounds and melodies going on . It's a deeply hypnotic and uplifting tune that just puts a big smile on your face. "Asa...Nisi...Masa" on the b-side is also a delightful, trippy little tune. There's some scratching, a big dubby bassline and some enchanting melodies. It also has an amazing shimmering sound that makes your mind tingle. Like King Tubby meets The Orb meets DJ Shadow, this is a slice of downtempo/chillout heaven. A strange but brilliant release from the Hardkiss crew.
Nargas
This is one of the most unusual records in my collection. Its a quirky, psychedelic, mish-mash of sounds that definitely benefits from being listened to in an "altered state". I love the "No Felt" mix of "Joy To The World". Built around a nice break and an almost grungey bassline, there are all sorts of cute, sweet sounds and melodies going on . It's a deeply hypnotic and uplifting tune that just puts a big smile on your face. "Asa...Nisi...Masa" on the b-side is also a delightful, trippy little tune. There's some scratching, a big dubby bassline and some enchanting melodies. It also has an amazing shimmering sound that makes your mind tingle. Like King Tubby meets The Orb meets DJ Shadow, this is a slice of downtempo/chillout heaven. A strange but brilliant release from the Hardkiss crew.
FireWater
Criminally ignored record here! The title track is a long-time favorite of mine - fantastic churning bassline from start to finish, lots of dubbed-out echo, and plenty of dreamy flourishes on top (is that a theremin I hear?). The two A-side versions are mostly the same, but "Joy To The World (None For Me)" is the better one, structured around a quirky hook and with a bit more punch in the rhythm section. Great fun to mix this one in, even though it'll sound like nothing else in your box. The b-side offers up two lush pieces of downtempo which are not as immediately memorable, but great for after-hours head-nodding. Sort this one out!
FireWater
Criminally ignored record here! The title track is a long-time favorite of mine - fantastic churning bassline from start to finish, lots of dubbed-out echo, and plenty of dreamy flourishes on top (is that a theremin I hear?). The two A-side versions are mostly the same, but "Joy To The World (None For Me)" is the better one, structured around a quirky hook and with a bit more punch in the rhythm section. Great fun to mix this one in, even though it'll sound like nothing else in your box. The b-side offers up two lush pieces of downtempo which are not as immediately memorable, but great for after-hours head-nodding. Sort this one out!