Etienne De Crecy* ‎– Tempovision Remixes

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Disques Solid ‎– SLD 044 2CD, V2 ‎– VVR1019272
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1-01 Relax (Tempovision Tour Mix)
Remix – EdC*
7:01
1-02 Out Of My Hands (DJ Mehdi Remix)
Remix, Producer [Additional] – DJ MehdiVocals – Belita Woods
4:44
1-03 Am I Wrong (Mooloodjee Remix)
Remix – Mooloodjee
6:04
1-04 Noname (Alex Gopher "Wuz" Remix)
Remix, Producer [Additional] – Alex Gopher
5:49
1-05 When Jack Met Jill (Play Paul "Bangin' Da Head" Mix)
Remix, Producer [Additional] – Play Paul
3:56
1-06 Tempovision (Radio Edit)
Producer [Vocals] – Clip PayneVocals – Belita Woods
3:26
1-07 Scratched (Demon Remix)
Backing Vocals – Belita Woods, Clip PayneLyrics By, Producer [Vocals] – Clip PayneRemix, Producer [Addtiional] – DemonVocals – Belita Woods
6:27
1-08 3 Day Weekend (Sebastien Leger "Last Resort" Mix)
Lyrics By, Producer [Vocals] – Clip PayneRemix, Producer [Additional] – Sebastien Leger*Vocals – Belita Woods
6:33
1-09 Rhythm & Beat (Les Diamantaires & Kool G Remix)
Remix, Producer [Addtiional] – Kool G, Les Diamantaires
5:07
1-10 Hold The Line (Jamie Lewis "Universal Funk" Mix)
Engineer [Remix], Keyboards – Flavio CuvaRemix – Jamie Lewis
7:32
2-Video1 Am I Wrong
Film Director [Video Directed], Written-By – Geoffrey De Crécy*
4:00
2-Video2 Scratched
Film Director [Video Directed], Written-By – Geoffrey De Crécy*
3:52
2-Video3 Tempovision
Film Director [Video Directed], Written-By – Geoffrey De Crécy*
3:24

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This album comprises of a remix of each track from Etienne de Crécy's "Tempovision" album.

Track 1-03 contains a sample of "I Don't Want To Do Wrong", performed by Esther Phillips and written by Bristol, Knight, Guest, Melvin and Shaffner.
Track 1-06 contains a sample of "From A Whisper To A Scream", performed by Esther Phillips and written by Allen Toussaint. It also contains a sample of "To Lay Down Beside You", performed by Esther Phillips and written by Timothi Drummond.
Track 1-08 contains a sample of "What Went Wrong Last Night", performed by Millie Jackson and written by Jackson Mildred and Shapiro Bradley.
Track 1-10 contains a sample of "From A Whisper To A Scream", performed by Esther Phillips and written by Allen Toussaint.

℗ 2002 Disques Solid
© 2002 Disques Solid
The copyright in this sound recording and artwork is owned by Disques Solid, exclusively licenced to V2 Music France for the world excluding Israël and Great Britain.

Made in EU.

The duration for track 1-01 as printed in the booklet (10:37), is wrong.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 5 033197 192727
  • Barcode (Scanned): 5033197192727
  • Label Code: LC01801
  • Rights Society: BIEM/MCPS
  • Matrix / Runout (CD1): Sonopress A-66790/V1019272-1 A
  • Mastering SID Code (CD1): IFPI LB 45
  • Mould SID Code (CD1): IFPI 07103
  • Matrix / Runout (CD2): Sonopress ROM A-66912/V1019272-2 A
  • Mastering SID Code (CD2): IFPI LB 45
  • Mould SID Code (CD2): IFPI 0789

Other Versions (5 of 5) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
SLD 044 CD, VVR1019278 Etienne De Crecy* Tempovision Remixes(CD, Comp) Disques Solid, V2 SLD 044 CD, VVR1019278 France 2002 Sell This Version
SLD 044 EP Etienne De Crécy Tempovision Remixes(2x12", Comp) Disques Solid SLD 044 EP France 2002 Sell This Version
SLD 044 CD Etienne De Crécy Tempovision Remixes(CD, Comp) Disques Solid SLD 044 CD Europe 2002 Sell This Version
SLD 044 CDPRO Etienne De Crécy Tempovision Remixes(CD, Comp, Promo, Car) Disques Solid SLD 044 CDPRO Europe 2002 Sell This Version
7001-2 Etienne De Crecy* Tempovision Remixes(CD, Comp) Sum Records (2) 7001-2 Brazil Unknown Sell This Version

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October 2, 2007

Etienne De Crécy, 1/2 of the famed French Motorbass crew, lets his _Tempovision_ label into the hands of his French compatriots for some house-related mischief. Alex Gopher makes "Noname" into a spry little number (with the requisite Motorbass bassline), while Play Paul goes for a much more percussion-heavy mix of "When Jack Met Jill." Demon manages to wrench soul out of the hissing machinery of "Scratched," and "Rhythm & Beat," tricked out by Les Diamantaires and Kool G, is nothing but smooth. Although De Crecy's own mix of "Relax" is, not surprisingly, relaxing enough, it still retains its dancefloor kick. The same goes for his Mooloodjee mix of "Am I Wrong?," a loopy, filtered affair. The radio edit of "Tempovision" reminds us all what a bright, shiny piece of downtempo that track is. The French touch still seems to be alive and kicking.