Brancaccio & Aisher ‎– It's Gonna Be... (A Lovely Day)

Credence ‎– 12credjx 017
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Promo

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A It's Gonna Be...(A Lovely Day) (Bedrock Vocal Mix)
Engineer – John Gray*Remix – BedrockRemix, Producer [Additional Production] – John Digweed And Nick Muir*
B It's Gonna Be...(A Lovely Day) (Bini & Martini Supa Bass Dub Mix)
Arranged By [Additional Vocal Arrangement] – Roberta G.Drums – Paolo MartiniKeyboards [Keys] – Gianni BiniProducer [Remix Produced By] – Gianni Bini And Paolo Martini*Remix – Bini & Martini

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(p) 2001 the copyright in this sound recording is owned by Bedrock Music Ltd. under exclusive license to EMI Records Ltd.
(c) 2001 EMI Records Ltd.

Sample from 'Lovely Day' performed by Soul System used courtesy of Arista Records, Inc.
Incorporates elements of 'Lovely Day' by Bill Withers and Skip Scarborough published by Golden Withers Music and Warner/Chappell Music Ltd.

B: Remix Produced by Gianni Bini and Paolo Martini for Azuli Management. Recorded at H.O.G. Recording Studio, Massa, Italy.

Made in E.U.

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  • Matrix / Runout (A side runout stamped): 010226 1A1 12 CREDJX 017
  • Matrix / Runout (B side runout stamped): 010226 1B1 12 CREDJX 017
  • Label Code: LC0299
  • Other (A side label cat#): 12 credjx 017 - a
  • Other (B side label cat#): 12 credjx 017 - b

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August 2, 2009
Oh...My...Hell...I just got a bunch of my old records from my parents place and moved 'em in with me. This was in there. I cranked this right up, it sounds so big, and the rolling bass is phat as. The bass and the drums combine to make one hell of a sexy groove.

I can't believe this record is 8 years old. It certainly still sounds fresh and like it was made yesterday. The drums really do give this track a sense of urgency too, it really does zip along. It sounds faster than it actually is.

Theres a great vocal sample which provides the hook, and also a nice nagging synth line which compliments the vocal a treat. This, back in the day, was proof that progressive need'nt mean boring or arty. This did some serious damage at John Digweeds "Bedrock" night i vaguely remember.

All in all, a stomping great house track which really does still hold up. I shall putting this in the box and playing this one out (again) in the near future. I'm amazed nobody has remixed this, then, its so good, you cant really remix it.