Evolver ‎– Evolver

Label:
Planetary Consciousness ‎– PC 9807-6
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Vinyl, 12"
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A1 Evolver (Majestic Remix)
Producer [Additional Production], Remix [Credited To] – Paul JanesRemix – Majestic
8:18
A2 Evolver (Wavestate Vocal Mix)
Producer [Additional Production], Remix – Wavestate
6:37
B1 Evolver (Wavestate Instrumental Mix)
Producer [Additional Production], Remix – Wavestate
6:37
B2 Evolver (Original Mix) 7:39

Credits

  • Artwork By – U.C. Graphic
  • Photography – Anselm Spring, Thomas Muscionico
  • ProducerEvolver
  • Producer, Written-ByMaddison*, Harris*

Notes

(P) & (C) 1998 Planetary Consciousness.
Distribution by InterGROOVE.

Other Versions (5 of 5) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
FOL2T Evolver Evolver(12") Fabric Of Life FOL2T UK 1998 Sell This Version
SOMATIC023 Volition (2) Presents Evolver Volition (2) Presents Evolver - Evolver 2007(12") Somatic Sense SOMATIC023 Netherlands 2007 Sell This Version
SOMATIC023 CD Volition (2) Presents Evolver Volition (2) Presents Evolver - Evolver 2007(CDr, Pla) Somatic Sense Recordings SOMATIC023 CD Netherlands 2007 Sell This Version
SOMATIC023 CD Volition (2) Presents Evolver Volition (2) Presents Evolver - Evolver 2007(CDr, Single, Car) Somatic Sense Recordings SOMATIC023 CD Netherlands 2007 Sell This Version
PC 9807-6 Evolver Evolver(12", Promo, W/Lbl) Planetary Consciousness PC 9807-6 Germany 1998 Sell This Version

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budnik

budnik

July 13, 2008
I first heard this on Scott Bond's now classic BBC Radio 1 Essential mix from the 01/03/1999. That essential mix pretty much got me from House and into Trance.

This tune on that mix was the standout track for me. All the mixes of it are sublime. The version on that mix was the original mix, which for me, is still marginely the best.

It builds and builds until it hits the most swirly, dreamy melody you'll ever hear. Its the sort of track that hits your subconscious. You'll hear it and whatever your doing, you'll just stop and listen to it, unless you're on a dancefloor.

This was a big Gatecrasher tune from late '98 throughout '99. I've heard it there and i can put into words how it felt.

An excellent track and one that really does still sound very good.
josteih

josteih

January 27, 2008

In my early years of trance, the Wavestate Instrumental Mix was by far my favourite track. The characteristic pounding beat that introduces the track sent a shiver through my spine everytime i put on "Live At Innercity" by DJ Tiësto or DJ Jurgen's "His Favourite Tracks Part 2". Cause I knew that the pounding beat would later introduce an amazing and dreamy melody.
When I got the vinyl I discovered the vocal mix, which is pretty good too!

The track still stands as one of my all-time favourites!