Blaze ‎– Breathe

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Slip 'n' Slide ‎– SLIP 137
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Vinyl, 12"
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A1 Breathe (Ashley Beedle's Exhale Vocal)
Additional Keyboards – Uschi ClassenRemix – Ashley Beedle
AA1 Breathe (Original Album Version)
AA2 Breathe (Hardsoul's Latin Directions Treatment)
Remix – Hardsoul

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Written by Kevin Hedge & Josh Milan.
Produced by Blaze.

Collectively Chops Horn Section:
Horn arrangement - Darrly Dixon
Sax solo - Dave Watson
Horn solo & trumpet - Joe Romano
Trombone - Jett Dieterle
Guitar - Dwayne Potts
All vocal arrangements & other instruments - Blaze

A1: Remix & additional production by Ashley Beedle. Programmed by James Brown & Ashley Beedle. Additional keyboards and string synth by Uschi Classen. Engineered by James Brown @ Care Studio.

AA1: Original album version taken from the album "Spiritually Speaking".

AA2: Remix & additional production by Hardsoul.

Other Versions (4 of 4) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
SLIP 137 Blaze Breathe(12", W/Lbl, Promo) Slip 'n' Slide SLIP 137 UK 2002 Sell This Version
none Blaze Breathe / Do You Remember House(CDr, Promo) Kickin Records none UK Unknown Sell This Version
SLIP 231 Blaze Featuring Mr. V (4) Blaze Featuring Mr. V (4) - Breathe 2007 (Remixes)(12") Slip 'n' Slide SLIP 231 UK 2007 Sell This Version
BLAZEMIAMI2002 Blaze Breathe / Do You Remember House(12") Slip 'n' Slide BLAZEMIAMI2002 UK 2002 Sell This Version

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lewisdene

lewisdene

February 19, 2011
It’s a great compliment that most journalist initially thought this track from the group’s ‘Spiritually Speaking’ opus featured the guest vocals of Philip Bailey. It’s easy to see why as not only vocally, but musically too, this is timeless Earth Wind & Fire-sounding and you’d easily be forgiven of thinking this originated from the ‘70s rather than the 21st Century. With Ashley Beedle and Hardsoul on hand to enhance rather than smother, there’s evermore reason see this emulating the cult status of their most recent ‘Do You Remember House’ offering.