The Buddha Bar compilation albums are a widely acclaimed series of compilation albums issued by the Buddha Bar bar , restaurant , and hotel franchise created by restaurateur Raymond Visan and DJ and interior designer Claude Challe  in Paris, France. Following its establishment, the Buddha Bar "became a reference among foreign yuppies and wealthy tourists visiting the city",  and "has spawned numerous imitators",  becoming popular in part because of the DJ's choice of eclectic, avant-garde music. It became known internationally for issuing popular compilations of lounge , chill-out music and world music , also under the Buddha Bar brand , released by George V Records. Buddha Bar began issuing compilations in , and has since "made a name for itself with its Zen lounge music CDs and remains a hit — especially with tourists". In , a Billboard Magazine critic placed the compilation in his "top ten" musical events of the year, stating of proprietor Claude Challe that "[t]he legendary master of pop and dance music in France has aroused the attention of the global chill-out community with this series of mixed compilations", and concluding that "Buddha Bar is not only a good restaurant in France but also one of the best music experiments to come out of France in the past few years". Challe quit his partnership in and returned to Paris where he subsequently opened the internationally acclaimed Buddha Bar. Challe compiled and produced the first two Buddha Bar albums. Mixed by DJ Ravin. Mixed by David Visan.
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