BT ‎– Flaming June

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Perfecto ‎– PERF145T, Perfecto ‎– 0630-19583-0
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1.1 Flaming June (BT & PVD Mix)
Remix – BT, PVD*Remix [Credited To], Producer [Additional] – Brian Transeau, Paul Van Dyk
8:49
2.1 Flaming June (H.H.C. Remix)
Engineer [Additional], Producer [Additional], Programmed By [Additional] – Nigel ChampionRemix – H.H.C.
7:26

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Credits

  • Artwork By [Art Direction] – Blue Source
  • Photography [Landscape] – Sigurgeir Sigurjónsson
  • Photography [Still Life] – Pete Gardener
  • ProducerB. Transeau*

Notes

2.1 courtesy of C.S.M.F. Records Limited.

All tracks published by Old Gate Music/BMG Music Ltd (Germany) (p) (c) 1997 Warner Music UK Ltd.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 706301958308

Other Versions (5 of 21) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
PERF157T, 3984-21743-0 BT Flaming June(12", Single) Perfecto, Perfecto PERF157T, 3984-21743-0 UK 1997 Sell This Version
3984-21743-2 BT Flaming June(CD, Maxi) Perfecto 3984-21743-2 Europe 1997 Sell This Version
0630-19972-0 BT Flaming June(12") Warner Music (Germany) 0630-19972-0 Germany 1997 Sell This Version
Enhanced248E, ENHANCED248E BT Flaming June (Ashley Wallbridge Remix)(File, AIFF) Enhanced Recordings, Enhanced Recordings Enhanced248E, ENHANCED248E UK 2016
0630194722, 0630-19472-2 BT Flaming June(CD, Single, Car) EastWest, Perfecto 0630194722, 0630-19472-2 Australia 1997 Sell This Version

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September 26, 2006
edited over 11 years ago

One of the very best trance records ever made.

The BT & PVD Mix was recorded in conjunction with their mix for 'Forbidden Fruit' by Paul Van Dyk. These two records mix brilliantly, none more so than on Paul Van Dyk's inaugural Essential Mix for Radio 1 back in 1997.

The track builds with piano keys, interspersed with powerful kicks, before the pumping beats start in earnest. A prog style acid line drives it along to the well deserved breakdown, where heavenly bliss takes over.

My only criticisms are:

This is not the longer version that Paul Van Dyk was playing in his sets at the time. Instead this version finishes off with a couple of minutes of drum'n'bass.

Why did we have to wait so long for this record to gain an official release? It was finally released in the UK not in the month of June, but July 1997.