- Audio CD (26 Oct. 2009)
- Number of Discs: 1
- Label: Tirk
- ASIN: B002LGSK4O
- Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 121,483 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
Greg Wilson - Credit To The Edit 2
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Ask any DJ or Producer and they should be able to cite records that they would wish to be given the opportunity to remix, remould and re-invigorate. When the question was posed to the legendary Tom Moulton he looked beyond the realm of black music to Abba's 'Dancing Queen', and in a similar move Wilson opens this collection with a subtle mix of Roxy Music's 'Love Is The Drug' (1975), originally issued prior to the emergence (and subsequent dominance) of the 12" single. Wisely, Wilson extends the mix and chooses not introduce any new elements, an appoach he often adopts in this collection. A further example of this is the re-working of the Orchestral Manoeuvres In The Dark (OMD) track 'Messages' (1980), which extends the original and provides a DJ friendly 'intro' and 'outro', with elements from Kraftwerk's 'Numbers' added at the very beginning. Very subtle and very effective (or as Wilson explains in the liner notes, "...it's often about what you don't do than what you do...".
Other standout moments include A Guy Called Gerald's 'Voodoo Ray', here presented incorporating elements from the original 12" mix and a contemporary Frankie Knuckles remix. The original record was sublime and Wilson manages to produce a mix that enhances the original in an entirely respectful manner.Read more ›