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Cloud Patterns - Ian Pooley - Since Then. (CD, Album)


2001
Label: V2 - VVR1013118 • Format: CD Album CD Enhanced • Country: Australia & New Zealand • Genre: Electronic • Style: House, Latin, Deep House
Cloud Patterns - Ian Pooley - Since Then. (CD, Album)

 · Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Since Then - Ian Pooley on AllMusic - - Surely not the first Northern European to lose /10(13).

1) Coracao Tambor (Intro) 2) Venasque 3) Since Then 4) Bay of Plenty 5) Coracao Tambor 6) Balmes 7) Visions 8) Menino Brincadeira 9) Degrees 10) Sundowner.

 · Since Then, an Album by Ian Pooley. Released 10 August on V2 (catalog no. ; CD). Genres: House, Latin House/5(4).

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Released: "Since Then" is an album by German DJ Ian Pooley. The album spawned two hit singles: " Degrees " and " Balmes (A Better Life)," featuring Esthero. The album was intended as an audio travelog to complement the travel photography included in the album's booklet.


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3 thoughts on “Cloud Patterns - Ian Pooley - Since Then. (CD, Album)”

  1. For pure dancey, though, “ Degrees” is pure disco Pooley magic, and “Sundowner” punches the point home. “Cloud Patterns” puts a mellow cap on the album, showing that Pooley’s still got the skills, even if they’ve gone south of the border.

  2.  · “Cloud Patterns” puts a mellow cap on the album, showing that Pooley’s still got the skills, even if they’ve gone south of the border. Reply Notify me 3 Helpful EDJ/5().

  3. The CD closes on a dreamy note with "Cloud Pattern," whose acoustic piano parts hint at minimalism but are buoyed by distant drums. Since Then 's range of material is well ordered and paced; rather than being just a collection of tracks, the disc is a cohesive dance album, and a fine one at that/5(52).

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