Fred Everything ‎– Under The Sun

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1 Introduction 0:12
2 Let You Down 6:02
3 Another Soul
Trumpet – Raphael CorderasWritten-By, Producer, Engineer – Steve Walker
8:06
4 Under The Sun
Guitar – Olivier Bergeron
7:18
5 Universal Mind 6:31
6 Derby-Outro 1:48
7 Good Morning 4:08
8 Derby
Written-By, Producer – Martin Iverson*
7:08
9 Huggin’Kissin
Written-By, Producer – Martin Iverson*
7:07
10 Revolution 5:23
11 Without 7:42

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Mastered at Whitfield Studios.
1, 2, 6 & 8 recorded at Mantis Studios, Derby.
5 & 10 recorded at Cooper's, Montreal.
7 & 11 recorded at St. Denis Studio, Montreal.
9 recorded at DeLaRoche Studio, Montreal.
3 recorded at Toka's, Nottingham.
Guitar on track 4 for Skyjuice.

Other Versions (4 of 4) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
TRB60062 Fred Everything Under The Sun(CD, Album, RE) Turbo TRB60062 Canada 2000 Sell This Version
7243 849239 0 Fred Everything Under The Sun(CD, Album) Intonation Recordings 7243 849239 0 Austria 2000 Sell This Version
VISCD002 Fred Everything Under The Sun(CD) 20:20 Vision VISCD002 UK 2000 Sell This Version
VISLP002 Fred Everything Under The Sun(2xLP) 20:20 Vision VISLP002 UK 2000 Sell This Version

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scoundrel

scoundrel

April 22, 2004

Fred Everything’s long-awaited debut, <I>Under the Sun</I>, doesn’t disappoint those who have been fervently following his scattered 12”s on 20:20 Vision, Shaboom, and other respected labels. “Let You Down” is the kind of relaxed, easygoing house that will have you reclined in your most comfortable chair, ready to take on the evening. But others (like “Under the Sun” or “Universal Mind”) are liable to put you in a dancing frenzy. Certainly, the funk is fertile: “Another Soul,” “Derby,” and “Revolution” have a smooth, sweeping quality to them that exudes deepness. Was it worth it? In a word: yes.