Licensed to Chill

Alan Steward
Release date
13 Mar 2009
Running length
5 tracks
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1 Rising from the East 4:23 852
2 Transglobal Express 4:53 680
3 Buddha Bar Fly (Chill House Mix) 4:22 1,164
4 King of the Chill 3:57 513
5 Alone (Fusion Dub Mix) 4:24 143

About this album

Alan Steward’s latest album “Licensed to Chill” effortlessly crosses genres from world music to techno, funk to world jazz, pop to almost classical. The album features vocals in five different languages and dialects and a range of exotic instruments from Sitars, Saz and Tambouras to African percussion. Throw in a generous helping of synthesizers and vocoders, top it off with cool saxophone, smooth acoustic and electric guitars and all your efforts to categorize Alan Steward’s music just fall flat.

Licensed to Chill is chillout music that doesn’t put you to sleep. The jazzy, funky beats in “Licensed to Chill” blend well with the exotic voices and instruments for a unique mix that will not only play well at the chillout bars of Ibiza but will ‘strike a chord’ with anybody who simply appreciates good music.

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  • erbe666 it!.......

    29 Sep 2010 Reply
  • AlanSteward

    What do I sound like? My music was never easy to fit into genres and categories so could you please lend me a hand in finding the 'real Alan Steward'? Please TAG my songs and albums here on with your favorite Tags to help me to categorize my music. Alan Steward

    23 Jun 2009 Reply
  • VickyBN1

    Love it !!

    3 Mar 2009 Reply