Dharma 7 / The Paradise/ Gaia Project* ‎– The Paradise - Gaia EP

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Organic Records (3) ‎– ORG006
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Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, EP
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Side A: 140 bpm. Recorded at Mindpyramid Studio, Berlin. Licensed from Paradise Productions, Berlin.
Side B: 135 bpm. Licensed from Gaia Tonträger, Hamburg. Published by EMI M.I.P.

Copyright Control: © Organic Records
Published by Copyright Control (Except where indicated)

Mastered @ Masterpiece
Graphics @ The Organic Control Centre

Distributed by Flying Records (UK)

Despite the mix name track A is the same as previously released on Rabtu Gawa - Paradise Trance and as later released on Teleportation - An Anthology Of Psy-Trance From Organic Records.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, Etched): ORG 006 A¹ DAMONT A JA
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, Etched): ORG 006 B¹ DAMONT A

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chimushi

chimushi

July 25, 2018
edited 6 months ago
The essence of Goa Trance, what it was, what it became in it's very short life, can be heard in these 2 cuts. To echo the previous reviewer: There is a very deep appreciation that some of us have for the brief blip in history called Classic Goa Trance. Most of us were in Anjuna Beach for a season or 2 during the golden age of Goa Trance and many of us had profound experiences of awakening while listening and dancing to this music. Many feelings and emotions come at what became of Goa Trance and what came out of it, but fortunately this life is not over and the opportunity to present this music in a way that shows respect for the music and for the spirit of the music is still available to anyone who has the experience, passion and imagination to put it together. Classic Goa Trance is alive and well and these 2 cuts proclaim that.
doctorg

doctorg

August 25, 2015
edited over 3 years ago

Dharma 7 "Inner Spirits"! A very nice chilled but epic track from Mark Petrick, twisted gothic genius behind Xenomorph, and Dominic Sangeet (not to be confused with DJ Sangeet - "Sangeet" is Sanskrit for "music" btw). Spiralling, climbing melodies climaxing in an uplifting explosion towards the end. When I discover a tune like this so many years later it makes me want to weep over what has become of this awesome genre. So much for "progress", "technology" and "modern production values". This is well produced, and full of the original spirit juice. ~*~