Competition: Music August 2011

Hard to Find

This is a brand new compilation series bringing together great and lost remixes from old 12” vinyl collections and CD singles gone by, that are, well as the title says, hard to find. If you consider yourself a train spotter or a lover of quality music then this series is definitely for you. The sleeve notes give info on the releases and details of the selected tracks from a variety of brilliant artists.
Underworld, Arthur Baker, Norman Cook and Trevor Horn are just some of the talent that makes this double CD gem a must for the connoisseur.

Out: 18th August – New State Music
To be in with a chance of winning a copy of this fantastic CD just answer this simple question:

What do the letters CD stand for?


JOHN 00 FLEMING
‘NINE LIVES’

With a career spanning 20 years, it might come as a surprise to some that ‘Nine Lives’ is John 00 Flemings first solo studio album. It represents a new turning point for him, Fleming being a dedicated supporter of the more specialist scene. John is going back to his roots, making music solely aimed for the dance floor with no care for the commercial mainstream. That’s where the big difference lies. Music with soul. Music with passion. Music to represent the artist within. John explains ‘Trance has become a dirty word, we need to return to the ethos of how this genre gained this tag in the beginning. History shows underground DJ’s move the scene forward I want to show clubland there’s a more serious side to Trance’

Out: 16th August – Joof Recordings
To be in with a chance of winning a copy of this fantastic CD just answer this simple question:

In superstition a cat has how many lives?


SUPERCLUB IBIZA
Cream / Pacha / Gatecrasher

Following the debut Superclub album last year, Global club brands Cream, Pacha and Gatecrasher team up once again on Superclub Ibiza, a triple CD focusing on each individual brand’s summer on the White Isle making this THE essential Ibiza club album for dance music lovers.

Celebrating 17 years on the Island, Cream returns rocking out every Thursday at Amnesia, bringing the biggest and best names in dance music. The Cream mix features huge hits such as Save The World from Swedish House Mafia plus killer new tracks like Raise Your Weapon by Deadmau5, Heart is King by Axwell, Rock n Roll (Will Take You To The Mountain) by Skrillex.
Best known as the most stylish club on the Island; with stunning clientele, luxury décor, word-class DJs and performances are what make Pacha unique. Easily recognisable by the famous ‘double cherry’ logo, Pacha defines Ibiza glamour.
Throughout August Gatecrasher takes over the biggest club on the Island, Privilege, to host five mega events. Meanwhile, the Gatecrasher mix represents the vibe of the parties including tracks from Deadmau5 & Wolfgang Gartner Animal Rights, The Wombats Techno Fan (Afrojack Remix), Armin Van Buuren Feels So Good and Sander Van Doorn Love Is Darkness.

www.cream.co.uk / www.gatecrasher.co.uk / www.pacha.com

To be in with a chance of winning a copy of this fantastic CD just answer this simple question:
Ibiza is known as the White____ what?


What Matters Most

The incomparable Barbra Streisand’s long-cherished desire to release an album of music with lyrics exclusively written by her collaborators and friends, Alan and Marilyn Bergman, will be achieved with her latest release What Matters Most- Barbra Streisand Sings the Lyrics of Alan and Marilyn Bergman

“What Matters Most” is her first new album since the September 2009 release of “Love Is The Answer,” which went to Number One on both sides of the Atlantic, making her the only artist to achieve number one albums in five consecutive decades.

The new album, which Streisand personally produced, is comprised of ten Bergman songs which Streisand has never previously recorded. Included in the set are the Academy Award winning songs “The Windmill of your Mind” (from the 1968 film The Thomas Crown Affair);  “So Many Stars” (originally a hit song for Sergio Mendes &  Brazil ‘66); “Nice ‘n’ Easy” (popularized by Frank Sinatra); and “That Face” (first recorded by Fred Astaire).
The CD will be packaged in a jewel box with a 24-page colour booklet.
Out: 22nd August – Columbia Records

To be in with a chance of winning a copy of this fabulous CD just complete the title of this famous Streisand movie: A Star Is _____?



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