Like the two previous instalments, it largely ignores the more organic, African-influenced side of his sound in favour of a warmer, fluid, heavily electronic deep house vibe.
Yet however electronic and European the grooves, there's still in innate soulfulness to the American producer's selections.
Over the course of the last decade, Swiss stalwart Deetron has been responsible for a string of impressive remixes.
Happily, these - and many others you may have missed - have now been collected together on the decidedly epic Re-Creation: Remixes Compiled.
by INLAND KNIGHTS, DUBTRIBE, MIGUEL O'SYRAH, FRANCINE E MURPHY, FULDNER & POOLEY, GHOST DANCER, ANTON WIRJONO, CEYBIL JEFFERIES, ROLAND CLARK, COPYRIGHT, GREGORY, BUDDAH KHAN, FRANKY RIZARDO, OSUNLADE, FUDGE, BUNNY MACK, YASSRelease Date: 2nd August 2010 Label: Defected Records by HARRY CHOO CHOO ROMERO, DENNIS FERRER, URH, LENNY FONTANA, JON CUTLER, THE EASTSIDE MOVEMENT, BENJI CANDELARIO, ROMAIN, SUBSLIDE, ANANDA PROJECT, KERRI CHANDLER, MATEO & MATOS, STEPHANIE COOKE, OSUNLADERelease Date: 10th June 2009 Label: King Street Sounds by RICHARD GREY, YVES LAROCK, DENNIS FERRER, HAZE, SANDY RIVERA, CORDELL MCCLARY, QUENTIN HARRIS, CLAUDE MONNET, MR.
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I’ve spoken to numerous “long-dating” couples, in college and beyond, who other than living together, could do little to intertwine their lives any more than they already are.
They see each other every day, are with each other’s families every holiday (and often know their partner’s family as well as any son or daughter-in-law does), they travel together, spend most of their non-working (or studying) time together, they daily confide in one another (and maybe one another), and are without doubt, closer emotionally with one another than with anyone else on the planet.
The Ame Remix in particular is a bit of a doozy, turning the shuffling original into a quietly anthemic epic - all darting synth melodies, warm chords, sparse percussion and delicious riffs wrapped around Osunlade's original vocal.
Ame also provide a more stripped down, soft focus Acoustic Remix, while bossman Dixon stays fairly faithful to the original on his ear-pleasing rework.
I discuss this principle more fully in “Principles for Drawing Boundaries” and “What Does a Biblical Relationship Look Like?
” As a quick refresher, we can “defraud” our brother or sister in a dating context by showing or encouraging a level of intimacy — either emotionally or physically — that the Bible seems to reserve for marriage and marriage only.
All three versions have that mix of accessible and underground, soulful and electronic that should prove popular on dancefloors this summer.