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Total Recall

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Download links and information about Total Recall by Terry Callier. This album was released in 2003 and it belongs to Jazz, Rock, Pop, Alternative, Songwriter/Lyricist, Contemporary Folk genres. It contains 10 tracks with total duration of 43:17 minutes.

Artist: Terry Callier
Release date: 2003
Genre: Jazz, Rock, Pop, Alternative, Songwriter/Lyricist, Contemporary Folk
Tracks: 10
Duration: 43:17
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Just My Imagination (Love to Love You Mix) 5:14
2. Vocal Intro (Imagine a Nation) 1:06
3. Imagine a Nation (Funky Lowlives Mix) 5:16
4. Love Theme from Spartacus (4 Hero No Skins Mix) 5:37
5. Darker Than a Shadow (Mitchell & Dewbury Mix) 6:01
6. Vocal Intro (Monuments of Mars) 2:46
7. Monuments of Mars (Hopper Mix) 6:29
8. Running Around (Fug City Mix) 3:22
9. Vocal Intro (Sierra Leone) 0:55
10. Sierra Leone (Block 16 Mix) 6:31

Details

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Terry Callier has earned a reputation as the king of the chillout singer/songwriters, with his soulful voice and folk-jazz songs. So it's not too surprising, since his renaissance, that a remix album happened. It all starts out perfectly with a version of the Motown classic, "Just My Imagination" from Tom Findlay of Groove Armada, with some sweet backing vocals from Mary Lee. In many ways, this style is the ideal frame for Callier's wonderful voice, giving a bit more muscle to the rhythm, but never overwhelming the central figure. Even the spoken word introductions to three of the tracks don't spoil the pace of the disc; instead, they simply set the mood and atmosphere. Everything is excellent, but some pieces are simply outstanding, like the Zero 7 remix of "Love Theme From Spartacus," and the superbly artful "Sierra Leone." Additionally, there's a video for "You're Gonna Miss Your Candy Man" to round out the package. In some ways, perhaps, it's wrong to credit this to Callier, since it is a remix project. But he is the main, unifying figure, and the voice and original music is his. And it proves that he truly is the modern champion of late night music.