It is believed that the rush hour lounge music falls on the 50-60s. Then it executes unknown bands, but the rooms were great friends. While implementing lounge music could be called any musician who played in a cafe or restaurant to the public. In the 60s there were ensembles, records which are related to Lounge. Among them - the bands of James Last, Bert Kempferta, Paul Mauriat, Herb Alpert. Distinguished as a lounge music and musical design films, because this style of music can rightly be called the background.
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Following on from the half a million selling Anthems compilation Ministry Of Sound bring you its sister album `Chilled'. The history of chillout music in one album, celebrating 17 years of the finest sounds from the genre. Downtempo delights from the biggest names in chill including Lemon Jelly, A Man Called Adam, Bent and Sebastian Tellier take you on a journey through years of the coolest chilled out sounds. 2008.
In the early 90's Alessandro ‘Maestro’ Garofalo met Ohm Guru and started to collaborate with IRMA records. As composer, keyboard player and arranger he has worked on albums by DJ Rodriguez, Ohm Guru, Pastaboys, Black Mighty Orchestra, LTJ Xperience, Ninfa, plus an array of singles by various IRMA Artists. His unmistakable touch can be heard on several IRMA evergreens like “Moon Beat” by LTJ Xperience and “Please, Please, Please” by Ohm Guru. His first solo Album, “Coffe Connection”, spans from Nu Jazz to electronic Lounge and involves guest musicians Alan Scaffardi (Papik's lead singer), Silvia Donati (Bossa Nostra, Arcoiris, Banda Favela, Belladonna), Ricky Phillips, Clan Greco and the inevitable Ohm Guru.
Sipping daiquiris by the pool, yachting off the coast, cruising in your new wheels, or simply entertaining friends, Petrol's '007' inspired Cocktail - Seriously Good Music compilation sets the scene. Spin the disc and soon you'll be schmoozing to a tasteful and exotic blend of the world's finest cocktail vibes. Enjoy the journey, with a cool drink in hand, as you slide trough Les Larmes intriguing sounds, or the seductive vocal rhythms of popular Ltj Experience. Hold on tight for Frontera's lounge-styled Walkin' In The Rain, and get in the mood with Giacomo Bondi's Agogo.