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Progression Sessions V.7 Import, Live

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  • Audio CD (June 24 2002)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Import, Live
  • Label: Inertia
  • ASIN: B000067DSM
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars 1 customer review
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Disc: 1
1. G-Funk - Green Fly (Live)
2. The Essence - Herbie Hancock (LTJ Bukem Remix) (Live)
3. Secrets – Kymera (Live)
4. Innerspace – Nookie (Live)
5. The Western - PFM (Mike's Ricochet Mix) (Live)
6. Music Has Never Let Me Down – Makoto (Live)
7. Summer Breeze - Greg Packer (Live)
8. Falling - Soul Purpose (Live)
9. My Soul – Makoto (Live)
10. Une Femme de la Mistique - ORG Lounge (Live)
See all 11 tracks on this disc
Disc: 2
1. G-Funk - Green Fly
2. The Essence - Herbie Hancock (LTJ Bukem Remix)
3. Secrets – Kymera
4. Innerspace – Nookie
5. The Western - PFM (Mike's Ricochet Mix)
6. Music Has Never Let Me Down – Makoto
7. Summer Breeze - Greg Packer
8. Falling - Soul Purpose
9. My Soul – Makoto
10. Une Femme de la Mistique - ORG Lounge
See all 11 tracks on this disc

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Once again the Good Looking crew has added on to the Progression Sessions series of discs, this being the seventh in the series. Just like Volume 6, Bukem decided to use a live set for the album, this time Tokyo's Liquid Room becomes the stage for Bukem and Conrad's unique blend vocals and drum and bass.
Bukem seems to have dropped the deeper d&b sounds from past Progression Sessions in favor of the jazzier and melodic tempos of Greenfly's G-Funk, Greg Packer, Kymera, and Makoto. This album also features Bukem's remix of Herbie Hancock's The Essence, in addition to a reworking of the classic PFM track The Western which Conrad dubs "The Old-Skool Brand-Nu" If you like jazzier drum and bass, or Bukem/Conrad in general pick it up already.
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Amazon.com: HASH(0x9af45e4c) out of 5 stars 3 reviews
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HASH(0x9b107fb4) out of 5 stars Bukem and Conrad back again Nov. 12 2002
By Owen Renn - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Once again the Good Looking crew has added on to the Progression Sessions series of discs, this being the seventh in the series. Just like Volume 6, Bukem decided to use a live set for the album, this time Tokyo's Liquid Room becomes the stage for Bukem and Conrad's unique blend vocals and drum and bass.
Bukem seems to have dropped the deeper d&b sounds from past Progression Sessions in favor of the jazzier and melodic tempos of Greenfly's G-Funk, Greg Packer, Kymera, and Makoto. This album also features Bukem's remix of Herbie Hancock's The Essence, in addition to a reworking of the classic PFM track The Western which Conrad dubs "The Old-Skool Brand-Nu" If you like jazzier drum and bass, or Bukem/Conrad in general pick it up already.
HASH(0x9b10803c) out of 5 stars Good stuff, not exactly what I was looking for. Nov. 30 2014
By Cable Guy - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
While looking for vocal-less EDM, I stumbled across Ltj Bukem on another album. This two disc set contained some nice tracks, but I was more interested in the second disc than the first. It arrived in fantastic condition. I currently have it on a mixdisc in my car.
By Renagade - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
If you like DnB this is a must own. With MC Conrad and LTJ on the tables, great cd. Maybe a slight trainwreck here and there, but nothing that wouldnt make me listen to this again. Love it.


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