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Colorblind - Nu-Swing (Woody Remix)

Colorblind - Nu-Swing!
Colorblind - Nu-Swing (Woody Remix)
- on Colorblind - Nu/Swing! / Superzoom Works
(12") Plein Gaz Productions PG013, 2004-01

Colorblind is Dj Spider & Jun Matsuoka
Woody alias Bears In The Wood is Al Cowan (Al Stylus/TM Juke) & Damian Bell (Lazlo)
Also charted as "Colorblind - Swing It Up ( Bears In the Wood Mix)"

1. Colorblind - Nu-Swing! (Woody Remix)
2. Colorblind - Superzoom Works (Patchworks Remix)
3. Colorblind - Nu-Swing! (Album Edit)


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pleingazprod pleingazprod ·  19 March 2006, 22:33

Playlisted Mr Scruff, Straight No Chaser, Patrick Forge, Rainer Truby, Nik Weston, Michael Rutten, Tal Stef, Daddy G, LTJ Bukem, At Jazz, Quantic, Chris Goss Hospital, Domu Rima, Bonobo, Zero Db, Kevin Beadle, Robin Faze, Action, Waiwan, Tutto Matto, Ben G, Danydan, Jean Marie Sevain, Pete Jelly Jazz....
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plein gaz productions plein gaz productions ·  31 August 2006, 03:06

Colorblind bring us a sublime 12" that mixes elements of broken beat, soulful house and swinging jazz. Spread over two mixes, with the addition of a bonus track, "Superzoom Works" remixed by Patchworks, you cannot afford to miss out on this monster of a single !! Just check these DJ reactions :

LTJ BUKEM > Love this 12" - love the Patchworks remix - love the energy in Nu Swing...
MR SCRUFF : After playing the original for well over a year on CD it's good to finally have it on vinyl. Album edit is very good. Using on radio and in main set. Charting at 8'.
CHARLIE DARK - ATTICA BLUES > Liking this - nice record.
AT JAZZ > Funkey ! Play all 3 tracks. Really like this rockin' jazz styles - a new long termer in my bag. More of this please.
ZERO dB FLUID ONCE / NINJA TUNE > Bears all good - original sounds killa but must be picked up big time.
JEAN MARIE SEVAIN PANTEIRO CANNES > This is a great 12" - Lyon seem to be the place to be at the moment. Album edit is wicked - Bears in the Wood rx is dance floor mayhem !!
FREDDIE B > What a lovely remix those Tru-Thoughts boys have made - I really admire it's understated energy and bulging bassline - very classy. Charting.
WILL SAUL > Works just as well at home as it does out. Love the trumpet on the album edit !!
CHRIS GOSS - HOSPITAL > Tidy! Good effort from the Bears. Big up la Marquise crew.
STRAIGHT NO CHASER (Matt Smooth's Scratch files / Scratch/Various - Worldwide) > Jazzed up beat operations include the superb Dj Spider in the collaboration they call Colorblind on Plein Gaz 12 'Nu-Swing' -
WAIWAN : Bears mix almost sounds like a Mr Scruff mix – getting very good response on the floors. Patchworks mix is brilliant – wouldn't sound out of place in a Norman Jay set.
ALI TILLET (Sonar Kollektiv) : Personal fave is the album edit. All good ! , nice release, Superzoom works definitely – stands out the most here.
DOMU : Cool - gets going after a while - nice sound and worth a spin! Playing A1 and B2 and charting at 5'.
NIK WESTON : Those lovely boys Spider & Jun get rubbed up by Patchworks mix for a gorgeous piece of feel good slab niceness as the superzoom works mix. Quality stuff.
MR MORGAN : "What a great 12", I'm really loving the soulful house sound of Patchworks ! Sublime ! Nu-Swing soundz just rite in it's Bears remix - a hot dancefloor 12" !! Classy and that's just a mini selection !

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