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.
This week’s feature is a treat for those who enjoy the longer tracks, with strong emphasis on the build-up and a damn catchy melody. More details about this 2 decade old production masterclass, below.
Released in 1995 under UK’s Stress Records, the marvelous Paladian Dawn was a result of fruitful collaboration between Marc Mitchell and Stuart King, better known to you and me as Sunday Club. There’s something about the intricate progression and layering of this progressive number, something that stood the test of time. It may be the attention to detail, it may be the effortless transitions from one section to another, or it may just be my preference for longer tracks. What’s beyond any reasonable doubt is that the varied and harmonious nature of this composition compels one to gladly listen time and time again, despite it clocking in at just shy of 12 minutes.
Keen listeners might recognize the vocal sample as being part of Lee Newman and Michael Wells, aka Greater Than One (G.T.O) ‘s 1991 single Listen To The Rhythm Flow.
I could go into a history lesson, but you’re here for the music, so no more obfuscating your path towards enjoyment. See you next week. 🙂
Country: UK / Style: Progressive House / Year: 1995 / Label: Stress Records
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