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Jah Wobble - Mu Mp3
Electronic
Performer: Jah Wobble
Title: Mu
Style: Dub, Synth-pop, Ambient
Year 12 Sep 2005
Country UK
Label Trojan Records
Catalog Number TJZCD290
Genre: Electronic
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 682
MP3 size: 2973 mb
FLAC size: 2053 mb
WMA size: 1020 mb
Record From: CD, Album

Jah Wobble - Mu Mp3

Tracklist

1Buddha Of Compassion10:02
2Viking Funeral
Pipe, Backing Vocals – Jean-Pierre Rasle
5:02
3Kojak Dub
Pipe, Flute – Clive Bell
5:02
4Universal Dub4:27
5Samsara
Pipe, Flute, Backing Vocals – Clive BellTrumpet – Harry Beckett
5:14
6New Mexico Dub
Guitar – Chris Cookson
3:14
7Softwear
Pipe – Jean-Pierre RaslePipe, Flute – Clive Bell
6:32
8Love Comes / Love Goes
Guitar – Chris CooksonPipe, Flute – Clive Bell
5:09
9Into The Light
Pipe – Jean-Pierre RasleVocals [Spoken] – Satomi Takada
4:54
10Mu
Flute [Shakuhacki] – Clive BellViola, Sarangi – Sylvia Hallett
4:10

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
SAN 34111-2Jah Wobble Mu ‎(CD, Album, Unofficial)Sanctuary Records , Trojan Records SAN 34111-2Russia2006
SAN 34111-2Jah Wobble Mu ‎(CD, Album)Sanctuary Records Group Ltd., Trojan RecordsSAN 34111-2US2005
TJYPR290Jah Wobble Mu ‎(CD, Album, Promo)Trojan RecordsTJYPR290UK2005
LETV504LPJah Wobble Mu ‎(2xLP, Album, RE)Let Them Eat VinylLETV504LPUK2016

Credits

  • Bass, Vocals, Keyboards, Programmed By, Engineer [Additional]Jah Wobble
  • Keyboards, Guitar, Programmed By, EngineerMark Angelo Lusardi
  • Mastered ByNick Watson
  • Mixed ByMark Angelo
  • ProducerJah Wobble, Mark Angelo

Notes

Recorded and mixed at Mark Angelo's Studio - London
Additional Recordings made at 30 Hertz Studios - Stockport and at Mark's gaff at Ponders End - London
Mastered by Nick Watson @ Townhouse Studio
All compositions by Jah Wobble and Mark Angelo.

Barcodes

  • Barcode: 5 050159 929023

Companies

  • Recorded At – Mark Angelo Studios
  • Mixed At – Mark Angelo Studios

Video

Fenrikree
"Mu" has Wobble & friends operating in a border-free, relatively poppy mode. It's not half as sharply honed and produced as the Invaders of the Heart's "Rising Above Bedlam" album (which I'm still digging, 20 years on). "Mu" is distinctly more casual and homegrown sounding. But in terms of the vibe and global reach of the album, it's more like that than the Deep Space excursions or bass mantra minimalism (also good with me). Wobble does foregrounded vocals on just a couple of songs, and while Satomi Takada is credited on just the last track, I'd swear there are female vocals sprinkled across a fair part of the album.
[I won't claim this is a thorough review, but given the variety and volume of Jah Wobble's discography, and current shortage of comments, I thought I'd try to give a general idea for this album. I'm hoping there's a Wobble album out there in the vein of 2009's fantastic "Get Carter" 7" single.]