Quotes: Loved the C2 mix, so this version is fresh and brings the vocal in another perspective! Crowdpleaser / great mix -house music for 2008 -i gonna play it out loud!! DJ Hell / ah yeah!!!!! ripperton mix is killing it! will play this one very often! i neeeeed this one! Trickski / great the ripperton rmx. nice to make new mixes. Toni Rios / great!!!! the ripperton rmx will come definitely in my next charts. Solomun
Info: A very special Compost release with two very rare tracks! The A-side features a great remix of Beanfield’s “Tides” with amazing vocals from Bajka – of course its not quite up there with the unbelievable Carl Craig mix but then that would be an uphill struggle. Ripperton from the Lazy Fat People adds his moody, deep slant to the track, less anthemic than Carl Craig but a more than welcome alternative. This mix was available for a short time as bootleg with Ricardo Villalobos’s remix of Depeche Mode’s “Sinner In Me” on the flip and sold out quickly despite the poor sound quality. Finally, one year later, this great tune sees it official release completely remasterd in chrystal clear sound – get it, play it, love it! In 2006 the duo Tom Wieland and Marc Frank – better known as 7 Samurai – crafted a fine remix of Invisible Sessions under their Panoptikum moniker. When Michael Reinboth considered this remix for his new Future Sounds Of Jazz compilation the guys decided to contribute even a little bit more: an exclusive new version which became a definitely highlight of the whole compilation. The Panoptikum 2007 Remix surprisingly takes a leaf out of Innervisions’ book for a smooth deep houser with a slighty techy sound and a touch of Detroit in the vein of Âme or Henrik Schwarz. In contrast to the vocal version included on FSOJ this 12” features the trippy instrumental version. Ace stuff!