D.J. Black* Feat. Giorgia Barrows ‎– Movin' Up With If You Let Me Down

Dig It International ‎– DMX 10203
Vinyl, 12"


Medley Movin' Up With If You Let Me Down (Hard Mix) 4:51
A.1 Movin' Up 2:01
A.2 If You Let Me Down 2:50
Medley Movin' Up With If You Let Me Down (Club Mix) 4:42
B.1 Movin' Up 2:13
B.2 If You Let Me Down 2:29

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Live Music original sound recording and mixing
Publishing: Dig It - © ℗ 1994 Dig It
Made in Italy

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May 14, 2011
edited over 6 years ago
I've never really understood how this song is a "medley". The sleeve writes it as if two actual songs were blended into one ("Movin' Up" and a song apparently named "If You Let Me Down", which happens to be a lyric off the song "Movin' Up"), though this is apparent it is simply a remixed version of Giorgia Barrow's original Eurobeat song, "Movin' Up", and an excellent remix, might I add. This seemed to be a trend back in the 90's Italodance scene, to remix songs into the Eurodance genre and label them as "medleys" with songs that don't appear to exist. Another good example is Bandido's "I Drove All Night" (apparently medley'd with a song called "Power Of The Time". At least it still produced enjoyable results.

Back on topic, The Hard Mix is by far the best of the two mixes on this release, with an intro featuring bells à la "Run Away" from Real McCoy. Maybe it was meant to be dropped in the same set? The Club Mix is good as well, though a bit more "generic" in terms of sound, what with the "saw" synths that were so popular back then. An excellent release overall.