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Towa Tei - Technova download mp3 album
Performer:
Album:
Technova
Style:
Lounge, Acid House, Techno, House
Released:
1995
FLAC vers. size:
1582 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1574 mb
WMA vers. size:
1501 mb
Other formats
AA RA MP1 ASF MIDI AU AUD
Rating:
4.3 ★
Votes:
138

Technova (Album Version). A2. Technova (Opaz Flying High Remix). B1. Technova (Wink's Building Groove). Producer, Remix – Josh Wink. B2. Technova (Coded Vibes Mix). Remix – George Llanes, Jr. 4:58. Electric Piano, Strings – Ryuichi Sakamoto. Keyboards – Satoshi Tomiie, Toshihiko Mori (tracks: C1, C2), Towa Tei.

Towa Tei (テイ・トウワ) is a Japanese-born DJ, who first earned notice for his production work on the Jungle Brothers' 1989 LP Done by the Forces of Nature. In 2005, Towa Tei released a new album dubbed Flash and a new single with Kylie Minogue, "Sometime Samurai", which reached number six in Japan.

Towa Tei (テイ・トウワ(鄭 東和) Tei Tōwa, born Dong-hwa Chung; September 7, 1965) is an artist, record producer and DJ born in Yokohama, Japan. Towa debuted as a member of Deee-Lite, from the US label Elektra Records in 1990 and shot to fame via their international hit single, "Groove Is In the Heart". He made his solo debut with the album Future Listening! in 1994. He has since relocated back from New York to rural Nagano prefecture in Japan.

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As disparate as those elements may sound, Towa Tei has actually made a very smooth, jazzy, and catchy song with "Technova. I'm not really sure why Neil Armstrong's voice, describing his flight into space, is appropriate here - but nestled in the loungey depths of this song, it actually works. If only the remixes of "Technova" were as surprisingly good. This track is pure genius from Towa Tei, featuring lovely vocals and a great bossanova beat, but don't settle for this single. I now regret that I didn't purchase the album "Future Listening," especially since it features more Bebel Gilberto and bossanova sounds. the remixes leave me cold and skipping over to the original version.