1 Giant Leap (album)

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1 Giant Leap
Studio album by 1 Giant Leap
Released 2 April 2002
Genre Trip hop, electronica, world
Label Palm Pictures
Producer Jamie Catto, Duncan Bridgeman
1 Giant Leap chronology
1 Giant Leap
(2002)
What About Me?
(2009)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars [1]

1 Giant Leap is the self-titled debut album by UK duo Jamie Catto and Duncan Bridgeman under the name 1 Giant Leap. It was created by the two members travelling the world and recording vocals and music by numerous artists.[2]

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "Dunya Salam" (feat. Baaba Maal) 2:55
2. "My Culture" (feat. Robbie Williams & Maxi Jazz) 5:39
3. "The Way You Dream" (feat. Michael Stipe & Asha Bhosle) 8:20
4. "Ma' Africa" (feat. The Mahotella Queens & Ulali) 4:48
5. "Braided Hair" (feat. Speech & Neneh Cherry) 4:03
6. "Ta Moko" (feat. Whirimako Black) 5:09
7. "Bushes" (feat. Baaba Maal) 6:34
8. "Passion" (feat. Michael Franti) 5:46
9. "Daphne" (feat. Eddi Reader, The Mahotella Queens & Revetti Sakalar) 7:03
10. "All Alone" (On Eilean Shona) 7:50
11. "Racing Away" (feat. Grant Lee Phillips & Horace Andy) 5:59
12. "Ghosts" (feat. Eddi Reader) 6:36

Personnel[edit]

[3]

  • Horace Andy – Vocals
  • Asha Bhosle – Vocals
  • Goetz Botzenhardt – Mixing Engineer
  • Duncan Bridgeman – Guitar (Acoustic), Bass, Flute, Guitar, Drums, Keyboards, Programming, Vocals, Producer, Engineer, Mixing, Group Member
  • Nigel Butler – Guitar, Programming, Mixing
  • Jamie Catto – Producer, Group Member
  • Neneh Cherry – Vocals
  • Tim Clark – Executive Producer
  • Tony Cousins – Mastering
  • Ram Dass – Spoken Word
  • DJ Swamp – Scratching
  • Michael Franti – Poetry
  • Dana Gillespie – Chant
  • Sanjay Kumar – Guitar
  • Baaba Maal – Vocals
  • Mahotella Queens – Vocals
  • Ronu Majumdar – Flute
  • Maxi Jazz – Vocals
  • Lévon Minassian – Duduk
  • Pops Mohamed – Percussion, Kora, Bird Calls, Effects
  • Suzette Newman – Executive Producer
  • Ayub Ogada – Nyatiti
  • Grant Lee Phillips – Vocals
  • Eddie Quansah – Trumpet
  • Dave Randall – Guitar, Guitar (Electric)
  • Eddi Reader – Vocals
  • Tim Robbins – Spoken Word
  • Bada Seck – Djembe, Sabar
  • Michael Stipe – Vocals
  • Ulali – Vocals, Spoken Word
  • D.A. "Jumbo" Vanrenen – A&R
  • Kurt Vonnegut, Jr. – Spoken Word
  • Robbie Williams – Vocals

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