Cricco Castelli ‎– Life Is Changing

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Aroma ‎– AROMA 001
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Vinyl, 12"
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A1 Life Is Changing 7:23
A2 Life Is Changing (Freaks Turning 058 Pink Dub Speakeasy)
Remix – Freaks
7:58
B1 Life Is Changing (What Is A Freaky? Dub)
Remix – Freaks
8:10
B2 Life Has Changed 4:11

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'Life Is Changing' samples "My Lady" from the album Streetlife by The Crusaders.
See also: 'The New Millennium' by Topazz (another take on 'Life Is Changing' released the same year).

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  • Rights Society: SABAM

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
AROMA 001 Cricco Castelli Life Is Changing(12", Promo, W/Lbl, Sti) Aroma AROMA 001 Belgium 1998 Sell This Version

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peterpanix

peterpanix

November 30, 2019
ALL time classic. Wonderful bouncy and jazzy at the same time. Still gets regular plays!
Mr.Fonk

Mr.Fonk

April 11, 2017
Does anyone know where the "I'm going through changes" sample comes from? Not The Crusaders, right?
IanGmanGillies

IanGmanGillies

September 26, 2010

IBIZA '97' somehow i cant stop smiling when i hear this track, an ye i totally agree it should be pure cheese but its not ? a well played out track but when you'v not heard it for a while its a real pleasure to hear it again.
diskoboy

diskoboy

May 13, 2009

Was there any house jock in 97/98 that didn't have this record and play the ba-jesus out of it? The balance of dancefloor killer and lounge classic is blurred with this tune, because the jazzy riff sucks the listener in and we can't help but dance. At the same time, the vocal is infectious and one listen will make it clear why this was a huge house anthem... "Oh no no.. I'm going through change.." If you don't have one of the myriad of pressings this record was on, find one; then whip it out and smash the dancefloor... some songs never age.
andyman5

andyman5

December 9, 2005
edited over 15 years ago

Brilliant record with that "terrace" feel. Upbeat and without a bit of darkness to it and somehow not cheesy. A very feminine record that always gets the girls on the floor. An all time favourite of mine.