Tony Frissore | The Übermix

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The Übermix

by Tony Frissore

Funky house for those who want to get up and move. A groove-laden dance mix reminiscent of the \"Supperclub\" series, perfect for setting the pre-party mood.
Genre: Electronic: Funk
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1. Peak Season
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2. Boston Jazz Deli
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3. Warm Fuzzy
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4. Mappa Mundo\'s
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5. Noushy\'s Big Adventure
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6. Salsa Musings
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7. On the Zeil
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8. Euro Cowgirl
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9. Mojo
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10. She Shines
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11. Trump It
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12. Gallerie
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13. Mando\'s Red Beamer
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14. Ambient Noise
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Tony Frissore blends funky bass lines with house beats to make a smooth international sound. Frissore blends a myriad of styles to create a fresh, fun, and funky house sound.

Having spent nearly a decade in Europe, Tony built working relationships with top DJs and club owners in Frankfurt, Munich, Berlin, Amsterdam, Budapest, Prague, and Bratislava. He brings that Euro feel to American listeners as well as those who frequent the hot-spots of the old world.

The Übermix, Frissore\'s first full-length house mix, is a groove-laden house mix reminiscent of the \"Supperclub\" series, perfect for setting the pre-party mood.


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Mary-Jane

The Ubermix
This collection is awesome! I can't stop listening to it.....Euro Cowgirl is the bomb

Terri L. Connors

Dig the Flow!!
I was thinking The Ubermix would be that loud, thumpingly gross techno club noise, but was pleasantly surprised by the ear-goodies coming from my speakers. I listened to this CD for the first time in my car and my fingers never stopped tapping on the steering wheel!!

The music is hypnotic and rhythmic. It's relaxing, but not at all in a Norah-Jones-Put-Me-To-Sleep kind of way...more like the just-had-wild-sex-and-boy-do-I-feel-fine kind of way! :) It just melts the stress away and gets my groove to giddy-up!

Best thing about the CD as a whole -- each and every song blends seamlessly into the next -- I really dig the flow!!

LOVE IT!!
tlc

Pete Mitchell

The Übermix
The Übermix is a high-octane CD which brings the listener on a wild journey that starts in any “hip” club in Europe but very quickly crosses oceans, cultural divides and even musical epochs. The music is an eclectic mix of power and subtlety, with rhythms potent enough to propel a dance floor to fever pitch for hours and yet latticed with the witty introduction of horns, keyboards, strings and retro riffs that lure the listener into channeling it into everyday life.

The first song, Peak Season, begins as a seemingly ambiguous keyboard melody that grows in intensity as a solid beat is introduced, further followed by steadily increasing numbers of unique yet intricately woven sounds. The song finally explodes into full bloom with a drum riff that announces to the listener: “It’s time to get the party started.”

In club music fashion, without skipping a beat the CD rolls right into Boston Jazz Deli, a song carried by a quasi-comedic 60s retro bass melody supported by congas, tinkling triangle and raucous flute. Next comes Warm Fuzzy, a simple but more serious Euro keyboard melody carried by the club rhythm and punctuated with clean electric guitar riffs with an ancient single-amp sound. Mappa Mundo’s, the next song, takes those same guitar riffs and transforms the flowing melody into a distinctly Latin style. One moment you’re in Europe; the next you’re in Rio. And on goes the journey. Noushy’s Big Adventure is a lively early 60s melody whose keyboard accents even pay homage to the disco era. Salsa Musings, another Latin melody, contains so much energy that writhing and glistening bodies hardly keep hidden amid the rhythm. Euro Cowgirl is a sassy melody that brings Über efficiency to wild Western passions. Only the final song, Ambient Noise, slows the rhythm down to that of thoughtful reflection. It is the CD’s “Last Call” that permits everyone to take inventory of the incredible listening experience.

The music is finely honed and superbly sophisticated – no rough edges – which leads to the most surprising aspect of the CD: it’s a debut effort. The Übermix is the musical creation of Tony Frissore, a talented up-and-comer who could best be described as a rising star.

Without question, The Übermix is a must-add to anyone who enjoys club music with a unique and highly individualistic style.