Chillout Sessions 6 is a two-disc compilation of songs by various artists that was released in December Chillout Sessions 7 is the seventh installment of the Chillout Sessions series of compilations, released by Ministry of Sound. Chillout Sessions 8 is the eighth installment in the Chillout Sessions series, released by Ministry of Sound. Chillout Sessions 9 is the ninth installment in the Chillout Sessions series, released by Ministry of Sound. Chillout Sessions 10 is the tenth installment of the Chillout Sessions series of compilations, released by Ministry of Sound.
It is the first of the Chillout Sessions to use Roman Numerals in the title, instead of standard numbers. Chillout Sessions XX is the twentieth installment of the Chillout Sessions series of compilations, released by Ministry of Sound and was released in April Disc One .
Disc Two . The cover art for the album used on the slipcase depicts the Ministry of Sound logo uprising out of water. Although well received, some criticism has been made for CD 3 of the album, with many describing it as dance music rather than chill out.
The second sequel, Chilled Acousticwas released on 17 May It is themed to chillout songs which use acoustic guitarsfollowing the themed Anthems Electronic 80s release in November A printing error was made on every copy of the album.
The top half of the Ministry of Sound logo, which appears on the reverse side of the digipack, is accidentally printed upside down. This error, however, has never been corrected for future releases. The fourth installment album in the series was released in MayChilled Afterhours. It is an album designed for "after hours" playing. Released on the same day as Chilled —a specific download release, titled Chilled Sessionswas released.
It can be Dreams (Surfers Mix) - Various - D:Vision Club Session Vol.3 (CD) as an MP3 download on Amazon. The album itself is a download replacement for Chilled —which was never released as a download. It contains twenty-three of the sixty tracks on the album. Its art work is slightly similar, but there is a light blue background rather than a white one, the image is zoomed-in, and the words "Chilled Sessions" appear obviously instead of "Chilled —".
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Only UK releases and essential imports of The Fall material are included. To attempt to document the whole world's releases would reveal a few differing record labels, release dates and track listings whilst not so far as I'm aware throwing up any tracks unavailable in Britain.
Whilst every effort has been made to ensure accuracy and completeness of the discography I'm only human! I would like to thank the following people for their assistance in the compilation and distribution of this discography: Stefan Cooke, John Coryell, S.
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All but the first five listed tracks are live recordings Extricate Cog Sinister So What About It? First in a series of three CDs featuring alternative previously unreleased versions. Do not buy if you already have these! A complete rip-off. Yet another in an endless run of non-essential Receiver compilations. Only the first copies were supposed to include a second cd with the final three tracks the encoreDreams (Surfers Mix) - Various - D:Vision Club Session Vol.3 (CD) the gig is split evenly over both cds despite what's written on the packaging.
As early as age five he manifested an interest in music, and started singing. He later learned the piano and he listened to a lot of Dixieland jazz, which was undergoing a revival in the early and mid-'50s.
He wasn't quite ready to commit to a music career, however, and was a medical student during the early '70s, working in his spare time with groups such as the Levee Band in New Orleans. Kimball decided to try his luck closer to the center of the recording industry and moved to Los Angeles in The ex-members believed there was still some life left not only in their sound, but their brand of music, but as none of them had been one of the singers largely responsible for the earlier group's success, it wasn't clear that they could pull it off.
Kimball's voice proved to be a necessary piece of the puzzle, and the result was the SS Fools a name derived from the title of one of Three Dog Night's albumswho recorded a superb album for Columbia Records, but broke up after their first tour. And although that band proved a dead end in terms of its own future, it was during his time with them that Kimball first met Jeff Porcaro and David Paich, two top session players in the Los Angeles area.
He later revealed that they'd been turned down by Michael McDonald and Kenny Loggins, who were already too involved with going Dreams (Surfers Mix) - Various - D:Vision Club Session Vol.3 (CD) to sign on; fortunately, Kimball had no such encumbrances and took the gig.
The latter became one of the top-selling long-players and, later, CDs of the '80s, moving a career's worth of copies spurred by the song "Rosanna. But it was as a singer that his career soared. And by that time, he was a ubiquitous presence as a session singer on the Los Angeles music scene. Isolation Kimball remained with the band untilmid-way through the Isolation album. By his own admission, he had developed a serious drug problem that had made it impossible for him to continue working with the band, Dreams (Surfers Mix) - Various - D:Vision Club Session Vol.3 (CD).
He decided to regroup his life and career, going into therapy to help kick his habit and signing with producer Frank Farian, who was based in Germany. Kimball relocated to Germany and cleaned himself up, and set about re-establishing himself in Europe as a solo act. There were a few missteps and blind alleys along the way, but by the end of the '80s, Kimball was once again doing sessions as a singer.
He also returned to Toto on two separate occasions the first of which ended over a matter of record label interference. The advent of the 21st century proved kind to the singer as he pursued a solo career, and even the SS Fools began receiving some belated recognition from a new generation of listeners, including Three Dog Night fans who had missed them at the time, thanks to a Japanese CD reissue as a mini-LP, no less.
And he was fronting Toto once again, until their announced breakup in A prolific session musician, Lukather has recorded guitar tracks for more than 1, albums representing a broad array of artists and genres. He has also contributed to albums and hit singles as a songwriter, arranger and producer. Lukather was a prominent contributor to several studio albums by Michael Jackson, including Thriller, the best-selling album of all time.
Lukather has released seven solo albums, the latest of which, Transition, was released in January Inwhen Lukather was nineteen years old, he was invited by his high school friends David Paich and the Porcaro brothers Steve and Jeff to join them in forming their band, Toto.
He has been a member of the band ever since it began, and is still fully contributing to their album composition and touring. Lukather's reputation as a guitarist and his association with Paich and the Porcaro brothers, who also became established artists, allowed him to secure a steady flow of session work in the s and s.
Lukather has been nominated for twelve Grammy Awards, and has won five. While his work with Toto was predominantly based on pop rock music and his solo work ventures into progressive rock and hard rock, many of Lukather's side-projects are focused on jazz fusion. He held a long-time collaboration with jazz guitarist Larry Carlton that produced a Grammy-winning live album, and he was a member of the jazz fusion band Los Lobotomys, a collaboration of notable session musicians.
Influenced by such blues-rock guitarists as Jimi Hendrix and Jimmy Page, and such jazz fusion players as Al Di Meola and Frank Gambale, Lukather is known for a "melodic and intense" playing style. He is also recognized for his efficiency in the studio, often recording tracks in one take using minimal sound processing.
While he once used many guitar effects in the studio and on stage, he now frequently disparages such practice, and instead advocates clean tones and minimal studio processing. Lukather plays primarily a signature electric guitar manufactured by Ernie Ball Music Man bearing his nickname, Luke. He also plays Yamaha and Ovation Adamas series acoustic—electric guitars.
He first played keyboards and drums, and then taught himself how to play the guitar starting at age seven, when his father bought him a Kay acoustic guitar and a copy of the Beatles album Meet the Beatles. Lukather has said that the album "changed his life" and that he was greatly influenced by the guitar playing of George Harrison in particular. Lukather, who had been a self-taught musician, began taking guitar lessons from Jimmy Wyble.
With Wyble, Lukather expanded his knowledge of wider aspects of music, including orchestration. It was during this period in the early s that Lukather became interested in the idea of becoming a session musician, a vocation that provided opportunities to play with a variety of famous musicians.
Lukather's first job in the music industry was studio work with Boz Scaggs, after which Paich and Jeff Porcaro—who had become prominent session musicians in their own right—asked Lukather to join them in forming Toto in along with Bobby Kimball, David Hungate, and Steve Porcaro. Lukather won three of his five Grammy Awards for work with Toto, twice as an artist and once as a producer.
Lukather also credits Jeff Porcaro for his leadership within the band during that period. However, Lukather's role in Toto evolved over time owing to the changing needs of the band. In AugustJeff Porcaro collapsed while doing yard work at home and subsequently died of heart failure. Thus, he began taking more of a leadership role.
After the dismissal of their fourth vocalist, Jean-Michel Byron, Toto was without a lead singer until around ; Lukather assumed most of the vocal duties for the band during that time. He performed lead vocals for every track on 's Kingdom of Desire and 's Tambu except for two instrumental tracks. Lukather admitted that the reason why he has no songwriting contributions on the first two Toto albums was that he wasn't writing many songs at the time, because he was intimidated by the talent of the band's chief songwriter, David Paich.
He credits Paich himself with encouraging him to contribute more songs to the band. Lukather has said that writing lyrics is not one of his strengths. Thus, he collaborated with other band members to complete song ideas and make them into viable album tracks. Lukather's official site claims he contributed to writing all of Dreams (Surfers Mix) - Various - D:Vision Club Session Vol.3 (CD) songs on Toto's album Falling in Between, even though "Spiritual Man" officially credits Paich as the sole writer.
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