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Live In Vienna


Download links and information about Live In Vienna by The Dzihan, Kamien Orchestra. This album was released in 2003 and it belongs to Downtempo, Electronica, House, Dancefloor, Dance Pop genres. It contains 11 tracks with total duration of 58:39 minutes.

Artist: The Dzihan, Kamien Orchestra
Release date: 2003
Genre: Downtempo, Electronica, House, Dancefloor, Dance Pop
Tracks: 11
Duration: 58:39
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No. Title Length
1. After 6:15
2. Thrill (Featuring Madita) (featuring Madita) 4:55
3. Just You & I 3:59
4. Before 3:47
5. Basmati (Featuring DJ Mango) (featuring DJ Mango) 4:28
6. Homebase 7:18
7. Drophere (Featuring Madita & Özden Öksüz) (featuring Madita, Özden Öksüz / Ozden Oksuz) 4:49
8. Ford Transit 5:13
9. Slidub (Featuring Misirli Ahmet) (featuring Mısırlı Ahmet / Misirli Ahmet) 8:15
10. Airport 6:01
11. Ahmet & Sammy 3:39



This album is actually credited to the dZihan & Kamien Orchestra, which may give the wary music consumer pause, but shouldn't. For this very fine live recording, the DJ duo took advantage of a grant offered by the Austrian government (with the purpose of promoting Vienna's "future" music scene) and hired a 22-piece ensemble of musicians from around the globe — former Miles Davis drummer Sammy Figueroa, a Turkish string section, darbuka player Ahmet Misirli, and many others — and rehearsed them for a gala live program that was recorded for this CD. The result is wonderful — not just lively and danceable, though it is both of those things, but also surprisingly elegant and complex. The combination of live instruments from a broad cross section of cultures with a liberal dose of digital electronica and advanced turntablism makes possible a huge variety of moods and textures, from the jazzy Latin roll of "Homebase" to the stuttering soulful hip-hop of "Basmati" (which features guest turntablist DJ Mango) and the exotic world-disco flavor of "Slidub," on which the string players really shine. The overall feel is of a combination dance party and orchestra concert, and it's more fun than three barrels of monkeys. [Live in Vienna includes a bonus disc with remixes of material from the dZihan & Kamien catalog.]