Bedrock Feat. KYO ‎– For What You Dream Of...

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Stress Records ‎– 12 STR 23
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
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(P) 1993 Stress Records
(C) 1993 Stress Records
Manufactured in the EEC. (On label rim)
Manufactured in England (Sleeve)

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  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout groove hand etched): 12 STR 23 A¹ NAT + STEVE STU
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout groove hand etched): 12 STR 23 AA¹
  • Barcode: 5 021229 023125

Other Versions (5 of 11) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
12 STR 23 Bedrock Featuring KYO Bedrock Featuring KYO - For What You Dream Of(12", RE) Stress Records 12 STR 23 UK 1996 Sell This Version
VIN003 Bedrock For What You Dream Of(12", W/Lbl) Vintage VIN003 Netherlands Unknown Sell This Version
QCDS 7251 Bedrock Feat. KYO Bedrock Feat. KYO - For What You Dream Of(CD, Single) Quality Music (2) QCDS 7251 Canada 1996 Sell This Version
FWY100 Bedrock For What You Dream Of(12", S/Sided, Unofficial, W/Lbl) Not On Label (Bedrock) FWY100 UK 2009 Sell This Version
CD STR 23 John Digweed & Nick Muir Present Bedrock Feat. KYO John Digweed & Nick Muir Present Bedrock Feat. KYO - For What You Dream Of(CD, Single) Stress Records CD STR 23 UK 1996 Sell This Version

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Jarren

Jarren

August 11, 2018
edited 3 months ago

Pure class from start to finish. No matter what your preference (House, Techno or Trance), you have to bow to the sheer power of the Full On Renaissance mix.

While it's clearly a blueprint for true Progressive House, it was respected right across the board.

Smooth vibes to please House aficionados, hard energy to appease the Techno crowd, enough melody to satisfy the burgeoning Trance scene.

Sublime.
the1uncle

the1uncle

May 9, 2018
This is the mother of all prog-trance anthems. It is unbelievably driving and energetic and is incredible to think it's now 25-years old. The 'Full on Renaissance' mix truly is tear-jerking stuff.

Rather unusually, for the time, Digweed & Muir eschewed the typical 'little girl lost' ethereal vocals that graced the majority of prog/early epic house in favour of the powerhouse lungs of Carol Leeming, who you may be familiar with from 'Joy' by Staxx. And that is what lends 'For What You Dream of' a true uniqueness; never mind the ad-lib and piano arpeggios towards the end. Gives me shivers just thinking about it.

This track will truly never die. We'll all be sat here in another quarter of a century's time banging on about how contemporary-sounding it is, and how they really don't make 'em like this anymore. Which they don't.
Johnmarcus

Johnmarcus

March 18, 2018

Massive track, that simply rocks, from the moment the track starts you know you are in for something special and it doesn't disappoint, with its big bold beats, synth rifts that evolve through the track, driving rhythms, epic breakdowns, piano and of course the vocal. The big sound, feel and energy of this track make it almost the perfect club track. Huge huge track, and one of my all time favorites.
DJNORTHENER

DJNORTHENER

March 15, 2014
I couldn't agree more, bona-fide classic, whatever style of house/prog/trance you want to it, defies silly sub genres.
onephatplanet

onephatplanet

March 26, 2003

The Full on Renaissance Mix will forever remain a Progressive House classic. Hats off to Nick Muir and John Digweed, aka Bedrock, for writing such a special song. Those piano arpeggios towards the end still send shivers down my spine.