The ReWind series exists as merely an aid in the discovery (or rather, rediscovery) of the unintentionally forgotten, or the often overlooked tracks of yesteryear.
In spite of all the great quality tracks being released today, I still find myself going back to what some call the golden era of the genre. There’s just something about the older productions (not quite sure what) that makes them highly addictive. And speaking of addictive, this week we have a track from one of the masters of the form, Dutchman Vincent De Moor.
For fans, the name should immediately ring a bell. Not only is he a prolific producer in his own right, but he’s also behind arguably one of trance’s biggest hits: Veracocha’s Carte Blanche (for which he collaborated with Ferry Corsten).
As I’ve said many times in the past, this series is meant as a starting point for some of the newcomers to the genre, and as a little reminder of the old days for the veteran fans among you. Therefore, I’ve chosen to highlight a track that perfectly epitomizes that classic sound that many know and love. Add to that the fact that De Moor is behind it, and you’ve got the ultimate combination.
Without any unnecessary details, from 2000, here’s the stunning original mix of Eternity:
Country: The Netherlands / Style: Trance / Year: 2000 / Label: Combined Forces
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ReWind returns next Friday. 😀