Tuesday, May 04, 2010

Dave Pearce Trance Anthems 2010.



I like music in my car as I drive to and from my place of work. Sometimes I get a little bored with the radio and want to put a CD into the player. I am not a follower of any particular artist but I do like a certain type of music - a modern Eurodance, Trance or electronic dance sound. I am generally a fan of radio because I am a little lazy with my music selection and I like to delegate the choice to a radio DJ, provided he can play music that does not irritate me.

I saw an advertisement on television for the Dave Pearce Trance Anthems 2010. Oh, I thought, I like the sound of that, it sounds like my type of music. I have always been a fan of compilation albums because you simply get the best without the dross. So I looked it up on the internet and found the clip featured above on You Tube. I listened to this 10 minute sample, considered the price for this 3 CD compilation album that consists of 60 tracks and thought "That's the one for me!".

So what have I got for my money? I have a wonderful collection of Trance music on 3 CD's. Dave Pearce has done all the work for me and has put together 60 tracks that really hit the spot with me. There is not one track on this compilation album that irritates me. This is quality dance music without any of that awful American Rapper singing. What is so nice about this compilation is that on each CD of 20 tracks you do not hear 20 separate songs with a break after each track. What you get is a seamless join from one track to the next and you do not notice that the song has changed. You glance down at the CD player and notice that the track number has advanced by one digit. Dave Pearce has arranged this album so well that it appears as though one group has made one very long song on each CD. This demonstrates just what a talented DJ and record producer Dave Pearce actually is. This album to my ears is magic. Don't get me wrong, this is not an album of 60 tracks that all sound the same. What Dave Pearce has done is arrange this collection so that these very different songs simply blend and progress from one dynamic riff into the next. To get this progression on each track to sound like the work of one group, shows that Dave Pearce is one master of his craft.
Comments:
Thought you were a stuffy old fart Mr Clynes, didnt take you for a ''down with the grooove'' dance fan!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
 
Oh yes, I am a fan of the Roland synthesizer.
 
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