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Offbeat - A Red Hot AIDS Benefit
by   Various Artists
1.
Intro-Transitional Lullabye
2.
Ryu-ki
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3.
Christian McBride, Joey DeFrancesco and DJ Krazy :
A train
4.
Laika :
Looking for the Jackalope
5.
Christian McBride and DJ Krazy :
Krazy Groove
6.
Don Cherry
7.
Black Dada Nihilismus
8.
Surrounded by Flowers / I.K.B. 95
9.
Tomandandy :
Cartridgemusic
10.
Rain Rain/The Phone Call
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11.
Soul Coughing :
Murder of Lawyers
12.
Meat Beat Manifesto :
I Control (Audio Collage #2)
13.
Barry Adamson :
Hip No Therapy
14.
Why Do I? / Trepanation #1
15.
David Byrne :
It Goes Back
16.
Christian McBride, Joey DeFrancesco and DJ Krazy :
Laughing Groove
17.
Mark Eitzel and My Bloody Valentine :
Incidental One
18.
Tortoise and Jeff Parker :
Wait
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19.
I.K.B. 95
20.
Emergency Broadcast Network :
Characteristic Beat
21.
Spookey Ruben :
Pinball/Visions of Rotterdam
22.
Temporarily Displaced
23.
Ben Neill and David Wojnarowicz :
Itsofomo (excerpt from "Liberty")
24.
My Bloody Valentine and Skylab :
Incidental Peace
25.
Trepanation #3
26.
Moby :
Republican Party
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Offbeat - A Red Hot AIDS Benefit
This baby is just Jazz goes all over the goddamn place. Red Hot+Cool seems to have an interesting flair for collecting different Jazz artists and styles together into well integrated compilations, but this is too weird. As you can see, there'a a lot of little chunks, and they vary from slow to fast, almost always with a Beat influence or some funky Radical flair. The DJ Spooky track got some spoken word, DJ Krush threw in his two cents, and Skylab ended up not only with tracks but with several of the interludes. Moby's track at the end is a definite afterthought, but I think it's message is clear. The disc itself has a QuickTime multimedia portion, though Pooky hasn't quite figured out how to handle it just yet. If you're in the market for something that's the Jack of All Sounds, definitely peek this album's way.
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