Diana Ross ‎– Take Me Higher

Motown ‎– 374631322-1
Vinyl, 12", Promo, 33 ⅓ RPM



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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
422860433-1 Diana Ross Take Me Higher(12") Motown 422860433-1 US 1995 Sell This Version
374631287-1 Diana Ross Take Me Higher (Remixes)(12", Promo) Motown 374631287-1 US 1995 Sell This Version
TOCP-8656, 7243 8 82386 2 Diana Ross = ダイアナ・ロス* Diana Ross = ダイアナ・ロス* - Take Me Higher = 思い出にかわるまで(CD, Single) EMI, EMI TOCP-8656, 7243 8 82386 2 Japan 1995 Sell This Version
10 EMDJ 388 Diana Ross Take Me Higher(12", W/Lbl) EMI 10 EMDJ 388 UK 1995 Sell This Version
422 860 433-2 Diana Ross Take Me Higher(CD, Single, Promo) Ross Records, Motown 422 860 433-2 US 1995 Sell This Version



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November 12, 2007
BT's remixes of Diana Ross showed something sounds that was going to be ever present in his future. The ultra polished trance sound of IMA mixed with the emerging 'UK Epic House' sound is more present in the 'Sonic Illusion' remix, however, i don't really care for this version. BT would eventually do a better in this sort of sound with his two Sasha collaborations ('Heart of Imagination' & the remix of Seal').

The 'Vibrolux' remix has a more straight-up house sound but includes something that would really define BT, stutters & vocal edits. In 2003 he took this extremities when he unleashed 'Somnambulist' which had over 3000 vocal edits. His extensive trickery landed him in the Guinness Book of World Records, which proves how pointless some of the categories are.

BT has had an ever going subconscious quest to make timeless sounds via his experimentation, however the Vibrolux remix is the one that aged better with it's better groove and it's more subtle epicness. It's weird however to see that this was actually released 1995 since it sounds more reflectant of his 2003 sound