Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Genres: Dance & Electronic, World Music, New Age, Pop, R&B
No Description Available No Track Information Available Media Type: CD Artist: B-TRIBE Title: SENSUAL SENSUAL Street Release Date: 02/17/1998
No Description Available
No Track Information Available
Media Type: CD
Title: SENSUAL SENSUAL
Street Release Date: 02/17/1998
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The title says it all
Enrique Torres | San Diegotitlan, Califas | 04/03/2002
(4 out of 5 stars)
"This disc will put you into one of those moods that only good company can satisfy:) An excellent bit of down tempo flameneco, drifting off into the neither neither land explored by such artists as Enigma or Kitaro. A blend of ethniciy and New Age music for a relaxing vibe that matches the afteglow. Although some reviewers have said it is unimaginative digital dribble I would beg to differ. B Tribe has produced a theme based mix of music that evokes the strongest emotions in spite of the dream like qualities of the music. It is a disc that requires several listens and inevitably each sounds better and better. The balance between vocals, Spanish Flamenco guitar and studio work is mesmerizing, intoxicating and exhillirating all at once, a dreamy blend of exotica, much like the title, "Sensual Sensual." The standout tracks are numerous but two that seem to rise above the rest are "Hablame" with it's meshing and mixing of ole's and guitar and "La Guapa," with dreamy echoeing refrains, coupled with flamenco, for an effect that takes the listener to distant memories. For a different listening experience that conjures images and memories of the title, try this for that next encounter of the sensual kind, it can only enhance the experience. Great mood music for those special moments, to be shared or in private, it is beautiful music for the mind."
Their most ambient album... also their best!
Neal C. Reynolds | 08/27/1999
(4 out of 5 stars)
"This is a band whose work progessively gets better with each album. I didn't care for their first album "Fiesta Fatal!" much, their second album "Suave Suave" I liked better but I still wasn't too impressed, but their third installment "Sensual Sensual" was very pleasing to my ears! Their sound has gradually become more polished and classic giving B-tribe a more unique identity. And for the first time I actually like the guy singing on this album (the female voice can sound a bit cheesy but you don't hear her much at all throughout the cd.) If you like Gypsy Kings, this is more sensual and ambient with some Enigma overtones - mostly in the atmosphere though, not the actual music. This isn't an album I sit and listen to on the headphones though, rather it's better to have playing in the backround or before going to bed. It's also great music for a candlelight dinner. Hopefully their fourth cd will continue in this direction as well."
Not just for listening, but for experiencing
Neal C. Reynolds | Indianapolis, Indiana | 04/17/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I've seen this described as new-age, as ambient, as flamenco, but I found it beyond classification.As the title suggests, it is quite sensual and seductive, ideal to share with a special someone or even one you hope will be a special someone. For me, this music has a physical effect, but it also reaches into the psyche, the soul if you want. Listen to it for yourself, you're bound to like it."