In April of 2004, Clone performed and recorded a live instrumental set at the opening of a restaurant in Manila named Brazil Brazil. The Clone nucleus of Lionel Valdellon (Acid42) and Karlo Samson (One Lone Clone) put together a semi-impromptu, improvised, not fully planned set of bossa nova beats, cool grooves, downtempo vibes, and chillout melodies.
Clone performed a little under three hours of live music, mostly built up from raw loops, track by track. The best hour and 15 minutes of that gig are preserved for posterity in this live set which is part acid jazz, part sampladelica, and all Clone.
Encoding: 2 MP3s encoded at 192 kbps quality VBR.
Total runtime: 1:16:27
Filesize: 66.57 MB ZIP FILE containing two MP3s and a jpeg
As part of QED Records’ 6th anniversary celebration, we are releasing this album to all the beloved followers of QED Records on the social media channels: GooglePlus and Facebook Page. It won’t be released anywhere else on the web, and it will only be available to those who LIKE or ENCIRCLE QED Records! So head over and download away!
UPDATE: DOWNLOAD FROM MEDIAFIRE
Download the zip file containing the tracks from Mediafire.