Kaito's album Special Life was a one of 2002's most talked about records. Throughout all music scenes and stylistic preferences. And it is one of the rare records that found its way into the cases of Larry Heard, Gilles Pettersson, Sven Vath and Miss Kitten at the same time. It is a powerful dedication to House music in a most euphoric and sophisticated way. A sweet reminder of the emotional depth and strength of House. It is about love to this music. About this 'special love'. Kompakt now releases a beatless version of Special Life for everybody who shares this love. Special Love pushes the emotional essence to the forefront. Unlike the 'Pop Ambient' series this is not about modern concepts. Special Love is about Ambient tradition. A good tradition. The vinyl version comes as a limited edition of 1000 copies. It works both as an ultimate DJ tool or just as what it is: Pure bliss. The person behind Kaito is the Tokyo-based DJ and producer Hiroshi Watanabe. This project is dedicated to and named after his 3 years old son. In translation the Japanese word 'KAITO' means: 'The one that is able to explain the universe'.
HERRLICHE AMBIENTE BEARBEITUNGEN DES 'SPECIAL LIFE' ALBUMS ZUM CHILLEN UND MIXEN.