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Ronnie & Clyde - In Glorious Black And Blue mp3 download Performer: Ronnie & Clyde
Album: In Glorious Black And Blue
Country: UK
Released: 1997
Style: Breakbeat
Size MP3: 1641 mb.
Size FLAC: 1762 mb.
Rating: 4.6/5
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Breakbeat trainspotters and reflexive sample merchants John Ross and Rob Fitzpatrick formed Ronnie & Clyde. After about a year of recording, the duo began putting in over-time with their sampler and dealt the results to Swim Recordings. Though the label was more noted for post-acid theorists than rude-boy inheritors, label-head Colin Newman liked what he heard and issued Ronnie & Clyde's first single "The Last Hand" in 1996.

From Black & Blue Records, Banned in Boston Part 1 is a collection of the early Jabbers studio recording & contains tunes from all of the 1979-1983 releases. A party CD if there ever was one. £. 7. Ronnie & CLYDE, in glorious black and Blue (Swim WM15) CD Album.

Watch now Ronnie And Clyde's video clip of album "In Glorious Black And Blue".

Glorious is the thirteenth album by the German hard rock band Bonfire. It was released in 2015 by Borlia Records. This is the first album by what is deemed to be the third incarnation of the band, after the group had broken up earlier in the year and was resurrected by Hans Ziller by renaming his temporary music project, EZ Livin’, to Bonfire. The album features a Beatles cover song as well as two remade songs from Bonfire’s most successful album, Fireworks. David Reece - lead vocals.

Ronnie & Clyde had one of Swim's~ unexpected UK underground sucesses of '96 with their debut "Last Hand . Rob Fitzpatrick & Ron Ross have been working together under various names since '95 combining their flair for beats & tunes with a wicked & rather sharp sense of humour which informs and underpins their work. Their 2nd vinyl outing for Swim~ Macro-Scopic (VWM17) followed in spring '97. Followed later that year by the album "In Glorious Black and Blue".

Tracklist

Natural One 6:15
Theme From A Lazy Life 7:00
Bad Memory 5:12
Macro-Scopic 7:55
Twice Removed 4:50
Last Hand 7:15
Nine Million Miles 6:33
Natural Two 4:19
From A Great Height 10:07
The 33rd Caller 6:42

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
WM15 Ronnie & Clyde* In Glorious Black And Blue ‎(CD, Album) Swim ~ WM15 UK 1997
DVWM15 Ronnie And Clyde In Glorious Black And Blue ‎(2x12") Swim ~ DVWM15 UK 1997
WM15 Ronnie & Clyde* In Glorious Black And Blue ‎(CD, Album) Swim ~ WM15 US 1997
WM15 Ronnie & Clyde* In Glorious Black And Blue ‎(CD, Album) Swim ~ WM15 Germany, Austria, & Switzerland 1997
WM15 Ronnie & Clyde* In Glorious Black And Blue ‎(CD, Album, Promo) Swim ~ WM15 US 1997


One of *the* great underrated electronica releases of the 90s. The duo both traded in numerous electronic subphylum and was beholden to none; mutant 'jazz', thunderclap drum ''n' bass, cybernetic lounge, mysterious exotica, and strange, post-techno warblings ordered the day, yet the album is truly more than the sum of its parts. Bold, vivacious, literally bursting with ideas and teeming with an experimental zeal little demonstrated by even the hoariest proponents of electronic music, that this release merits hardly a footnote to this day isn't just unfortunate, it's criminal.
Ronnie and Clyde, on their only album IN GLORIOUS BLACK AND BLUE, put in a bass so heavy that it can leave a bruise. "Natural One" goes from that bass to some mysterious bleeping ("Natural Two" also gets into the abstract bleepiness), while the chorus that kicks off "Theme from a Lazy Life" before it's grounded by a jazzy double bass. "Bad Memory" heads into more happy territory, while "Nine Million Miles" slows things way down. "Macro-Scopic" brings the tempo to drum 'n' bass speed, and "Twice Removed" brings things back down with a gentle guitar riff. The long "From a Great Height" goes into spacey ambient dub before putting the beats through their paces. Finally, "The 33rd Caller" stays strictly mellow, wrapping up this underrated album quite nicely.