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Lamb

Mancunian downtempo and drum'n'bass duo Lamb earned notice as one of the first groups to add a lyrics-based vocalist to steadfastly jungle-based productions. Unlike other vocal-based groups (such as Everything But the Girl and the Sneaker Pimps) who dabbled in rolling breaks as a quiet accompaniment to a clearly dominant vocal lead, Lamb dwell in brash musical contrasts and, occasionally, contradictions that make their songs as musically complex and exploratory as they are vocally catchy. Formed in 1994 by producer Andrew Barlow and vocalist Louise Rhodes (the former an in-house engineer for So What management, the latter a daughter of folk-singer parents and a budding songstress), Lamb nailed a contract with Mercury subsidiary Fontana almost straight out of the gate.

The group's calling card, the "Cotton Wool" single, already showed field-leaders such as Gerald Simpson and Fila Brazillia were on their side (each contributed a remix). But if anything it was the untouched title track that illustrated Lamb's commitment to keeping the music interesting (the track rows along on a thick double-bass sample and absolutely brutalizing drum sequences) while filling it out with a big dose of tunefulness. An additional single ("Gold") followed, with Lamb's self-titled debut released in the fall of 1996 to widespread acclaim. Like the previous singles, much of Lamb explores song-oriented deployments of jungle, but the album also adds elements of downtempo and ambient-ish electro-jazz as well. Rhodes went on to lend her vocals to Sheffield legends 808 State's Don Solaris LP (on the track "Azura"), and the success of Lamb's debut also brought a fair amount of remix work their way. The pair also added touring to their repertoire (Lamb's release was followed by a European tour with labelmates Galliano), combining their electronics-heavy productions with live instrumentalists. Second album Fear of Fours appeared in 1999, and consolidated the band's appeal with forward-thinking electronica listeners. Another inventive record, What Sound, landed in 2001, although American audiences were forced to wait two years to hear it in a quietly released version on Koch. Between Darkness and Wonder followed in 2003, and one year later Barlow helmed a volume in the chillout mixtape series Back to Mine.

Lamb appeared to be winding down during the early 2000s, and in 2004 issued a compilation, Best Kept Secrets: The Best of Lamb 1996–2004. Rhodes began recording a solo album, Beloved One. It was released in 2006, earning a nomination for the Mercury Prize, and was followed by Bloom in 2008 and One Good Thing in 2010. Barlow spent time producing, and also recorded material that eventually ended up on an album, 2011's Leap and the Net Will Appear, released under the project name LOWB.

The duo reunited in 2009 for The Big Chill festival, and played a few other dates over the next year. They also began recording material, and released 5, their first album in eight years, in May 2011 on their own label (through Strata Music). Surprisingly, it found their intuitive balance of songwriting and challenging production virtually unchanged, and reviews were positive. A concert album, Live at Koko, followed in 2011, and their sixth album, Backspace Unwind, appeared in October 2014 (also via Strata). ~ Sean Cooper, Rovi
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mccarty41
Anyone beside me think this song is inspired by Debussey's Clare De Lune?
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Reminds me of In Space by Royksopp. Beautiful and hypnotic.
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Reminds me of some Royksopp stuff... In Space in particular. Nice.
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I'm gettin a Zero Seven vibe
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bkoroncey
Created new station from a song I was listening to, and it killed my song and started my new station. Bummer - I was listening to that song!
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mslene1110
Lamb it's nice feeling the groove.
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One of my favorite songs...
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An old favourite. I discovered them in 2002 and bought all 3 of their albums at once. A very, very good band. They are diverse musically but will get you liking jungle, among other things. Although don't think of them as jungle. I think of them as precious. Bonfire!
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A clever remixing of Clare de Lune. I like it.
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Badass look this up
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I originally thought, this is that last song at the end of Ocean's Eleven which sure enough is Claire de Lune. Good tune.
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brooke.malon e 1 4
This sons sounds a lot like Claire de Lune.
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I love this song..it's haunting and beautiful and.
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laurentpk
Goosebumps all around... beautiful... many words come to mind ...
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Auditory heroin, take a shot, warm bath float away
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Love, love! Thank u LAMB! Peace
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mccarty41
Just a casual observation: Listen to Angelica and then listen to Claire de Lune by Debussey. Remarkable similarities . Both beautiful.
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Dope
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Don't read this because it actually works. You will be kissed on the nearest Friday by the love of your life. Tomorrow will be the best day of your life. However if you don't post this you will die in 2 days. Now You started reading don't stop! This is so scary put this on 5 songs in the next 143 minutes. When done press f6 and your lovers name will appear on your screen in big letters. This is so scary because it really happens

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michaelochs
Suite Bergamasque, L 75: Clair de lune by Claude Debussy
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very relaxing...
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This takes me to a happy place a magical energy place in a way I can like feel the music going through my body wow I like this IT PUTS ME IN A DREALAND TYPE OF PLACE LIKE A TRANCE IN A DIFFERENT WORLD IN TIME ABSOLUTELY SOOTHING SO CLAIM It has a nice overtone it's some what stimulates your mind into a blessed silence wail waiting for the next pules it's very dark intriguing all at the same time it makes me feel like it could be the saving of grace for humanity continues existence
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Why the hell doesn't anybody know what Drum and Bass is anymore?
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Like the the Lamb Song but others i have not listing to
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Wasn't this song on a Nike commercial? :/
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just a thought on the idea of Ripping off a sound was the piece of music that was sampled the creater of that sound? was that artist not influenced by prior work? taught to play by or play like?....... Music transends individualit y , ownership, and copyright laws
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it's Debussy at the beginning!
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This song is so blissful, it's put me to sleep and it's so damn wonderful
Great music is love
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There's a difference between 'ripping off' and sampling. A lot of people do it.
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lkmckenzie
Debussy!!!!!
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barkenn
So glad to see them reformed. Hope they tour.
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It may be a ripoff on Claire de Lune, but since that is a piece of music that I sometimes consider to be the only saving grace for humanity's continued existence, I'm good with it.
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meakadeej
Gorecki...us e d to be a live vid with an orchestra on Lamb's website & it was everything beautiful
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ripped off isn't a concept that should be involved with music or art in general, but then again neither should money...
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They definitely ripped off of Claire de Lune a bit on some of those piano parts.
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kyork084
Even after all of these years, Lamb manage to take me back to a place that is familiar yet always new and unique; I fall in love all over again. Lou and Andrew are a match made in heaven.
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Love Lamb, one of my favorite bands since I was introduced to their music a number of years back. Thrilled they got back together this year and put out a new album...
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The repeated few measures throuout the beginning of the song is Clair De Lune i think..a transitional area in the piece, but - interesting- -- love how it's been made into an ethereal piece..Tugs at my classical beginnings.
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1st time I've heard..where have I been!!? Love the way it makes me feel and makes me dream. That's what music is supposed to do right? Love it.
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I first heard them in the LXD (Duet) and it was beautiful. Love em.
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Trans Fatty Acid never tasted so good.
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wow, "angelica" is cleverly mixed, imaginative, never thought i'd hear Clair De Lune chopped and mixed in with a dance beat
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Lamb are back with a new album this year. Joy!
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leon88867
Angelica is dreamy!
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me too :)
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im really likin this band......
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reminds me of mellow aphex twin (angelica)
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i loled @ luddite48
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Just found out about them as well. Sad they broke up.
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barkenn
Phenomenal band. Didn't find out about them till just after they broke up. Deserved to be huge.
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