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  • Release Date 2014-06-06
  • Label Samplefriends
  • Catalog SAMPLEFRIENDS001
Im Zug - a true love song. Written by Soloman on the train from German North Sea island Norderney back to his home. Reminiscing the time he spent with his girl on the island and longing for the next time he'd be with her. He played the song with his funksoul band and recorded a demo - and when Enno Jesse heard the demo he immediately saw the song's potential in an electronic music environment. Said and done. Enno produced his version of Soloman's song and managed to arrange a pretty eclectic set of remixers for the project (both musically and geographically). There's Ace Paradise (Ed Aceto, US), the veteran electro head who has seen and done it all, Michael King (AU), best known for breaking straight measures and creating lively beats topped with tasty synth motives, No Sonic Limits (Lars Knudsen, DK), artist and label owner, best known for his intense and slamming progressive tracks, Tim Diern (DE), who can't go without a grain of funk in any of his tracks, and finally Yoursck (Christian Kruse, DE), owner of the label "Samplefriends" that this package is released on and a gifted producer of wide-ranging electronic music. This piece has taken quite a turn, starting out as a poem written on a train, evolving into a song sung by a man accompanied by his guitar, growing to be a mature song supported by various instruments in a band context and flowing into being the backbone of a selection of superb EDM tracks. As said, this bunch has become a pretty eclectic one, letting the original song shine and show all of its emotional facets. Who knows, maybe one day we'll hear the original "Original Mix".
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