Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Pop
Jean F. Cochois - (the "F" stands for Frank), has been engrossed in music since his early boarding school days and is one of the most outstanding house music producers Germany has to offer. Making an amazing debut with ... more »
Jean F. Cochois - (the "F" stands for Frank), has been engrossed in music since his early boarding school days and is one of the most outstanding house music producers Germany has to offer. Making an amazing debut with his 1996 album Letters From The Jester, he managed to thrill the music media and a wowed audience right from the start with his unique production style that manages to fuse the virtues of house with the energy of techno, something that would later be categorized as tech house.
Now, the Plastic City label is offering the sophisticated lovers of deep vector house The Timewriter's best-selling album Jigsaw Pieces, originally released to an acclaimed audience in 2000, as a re-release which comes with one new mix. This album is a dazzling collection of "real 21st century soul music, avoid of clichÃ©s, overflowing with magic", as Muzik magazine put it, that oozes profound feelings of spirited deepness and boundless beauty. With Jigsaw Pieces, The Timewriter shows his expert skills and profound knowledge of music, and craftily, he interweaves of pieces them together into one big picture which he paints with his favorite colors. Deep, wide, spacious, sensual, luscious, melancholic and at the same time uplifting, this album easily becomes an all-time favorite.
Transcending limits and boundaries with a flawless, timeless elegance, it would be very hard to pigeonhole and label The Timewriter who now has four albums and a string of successful single releases on such acclaimed labels as Plastic City, Mole Listening Pearls, Elektrolux, Wave Music, Driftwood and Fiji as well as remixes for example.
Sensual, Atmospheric, Deep House at it's Best
Pantytec is my god, it should be yo | Pittsburgh, PA | 12/20/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)
"The first thing I ever heard from the Timewriter was "Sunsetwalkin" on WRCT 88.3 fm, in the fall of 98. Needless to say, I fell in love with the track. "Jigsaw Pieces" to me, not only sums up the distinctive sound of the Timewriter, but the sound of Plastic-City as well; lush, futuristic, and sensual. This is the kind of record you play after coming down from a night at the club, or just wandering around aimlessy at 4 in the morning. The pictures on the album inset, are reminiscent of key moments of life, nostalgic at best. Kind of like Boards of Canada (okay, maybe I'm pushing it.). The music is photographic and displays major maturity from Cochois and PLastic City. If you don't got this album, get it before it goes out of print. If you're a fan of Terry Lee Brown, Jr., Thomas Fehlmann, Thomas Brinkmann, and the more progressive tech sounds, this is one you shouldn't pass up."