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Future Listening!

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Recorded  1995
Producer  Towa Tei
Artist  Towa Tei
Label  Elektra Records
Length  52:39
Future Listening! (1995)  Sound Museum (1997)
Release date  25 April 1995
Genres  Electronica, Shibuya-kei
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Released  April 25, 1995 (1995-04-25)
Studio  Various Kings Landing, Fetalmaus, MSR, Oven and Jungle City Studios (New York City, United States) Westlake and Mirrorball Studios (California, United States) Russell's of Clapton (London, United Kingdom) Tritonus Studios (Berlin, Germany) Trackdown Studios (Sydney, Australia)
Similar  Towa Tei albums, Shibuya-kei albums, Other albums

Towa tei luv connection


Future Listening! is the debut solo album from Japanese electronic musician Towa Tei. It was Tei's first release after his departure from dance music act Deee-Lite. The album incorporates an array of musical styles, including electronic, bossa nova, trip hop, house, jazz and pop. Produced by Tei, Future Listening! includes collaborations with artists such as Joi Cardwell, Bebel Gilberto, MC Kinky, Hiroshi Takano, Ryuichi Sakamoto, Haruomi Hosono, Toshihiko Mori, Satoshi Tomiie, Yuichi Oki of Tokyo Ska Paradise Orchestra and Pizzicato Five vocalist Maki Nomiya.

Contents

Both "Luv Connection" (featuring Cardwell on vocals) and "Technova" (remixed by Josh Wink) were top-thirty hits on the US Hot Dance Club Play chart in 1995.

The Electric Sitar part on "Son of Bambi" is an interpolation of Richie Havens' song "Something Else Again", replayed by Hiroshi Takano.

The album has spawned three singles "Technova", "Luv Connection" and "Batucada".

Songs

1I Want to Relax - Please!4:12
2Technova (La em Copacabana)5:48
3Batucada3:29

References

Future Listening! Wikipedia


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