Zen-Men, Fous De La Mer, Lenny Ibizarre, Chris Le Blanc, Jean F. Cochois, Lemongrass, Jens Buchert, Blank & Jones, Chris Zippel, Guardner, Bliss and many more. Compiled by DJ Jondal.
Ibiza stands for the ocean, beaches, world-class DJs and - of course - the legendary Cafee del Mar. The latter is well known for the breathtaking sunset down by the bay of Cala des Moro. Josee Padilla, resident DJ at Cafe del Mar and the man behind the legendary compilation-series, is now working on "Ibiza Sundowner presented by Jose Padilla", in where he presents the very best of chill-out music on two CDs. Not only featuring artists such as Silent Poets with their "(There's Always) Meaning In The Tone" and Peter Broderick with his "Solace In Gala", but also with the exclusive track "Ocean Drum" from Jose Padillas' latest album.
DJ Jondal, who was popular with his daily show "Klassik Lounge" at Klassik Radio, presented for the two CDs together 26 laid-flowing and rhythmic throbbing tracks, which can be regarded as an ideal complement to the "Space Night" images. Besides well-known names like Blank & Jones or Vargo here find various Acts that to know is always worth. For Wolfgang Johannßen DJ Jondal is "the guarantee that the sound does what the image quality promises", and this finding would not contradict you. In any case, images and sounds of the "Space Night" the best sleep aids for insomnia plagued by sleepwalker.
Aural Float was formed in 1993 as an "electronic ambient project" with lots of electro acoustic and creative interplay. The colab is floating with "deep sounds". Aural Float's music style can be best described as "modern electronic listening music" ranging from ambient to space and experimental soundscapes. They compiled the soundtracks for the german cult TV-series "Space Night", that has been broadcasted every night at tv-station BR, played at many "chill out events", and they released three electronic and atmospheric albums, Introspectives, Freefoat and Beautiful Someday.
"All That Matters" is an album by Michael Bolton, released in 1997, and was his first studio album since 1993’s “The One Thing”. Bolton was aided in production by Babyface and Tony Rich, and among the song writers are Bolton, Diane Warren, Babyface, Lamont Dozier, Gary Burr, and Tony Rich. The track “Go the Distance”, penned by Alan Menken and David Zippel, was the theme song for the Disney animated movie Hercules. The song was nominated for a Grammy in 1998 and was performed by Bolton at that awards show.