Gipsy Kings ‎– La Rumba De Nicolas

Label:
Nonesuch ‎– DMD 2297, Atlantic ‎– DMD 2297
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Vinyl, 12", Promo, 33 ⅓ RPM
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A1 La Rumba De Nicolas (Davidson Ospina Club Mix)
Mixed By, Engineer – Angelo BeliasOther [Post Production Coordinated By] – Johnny "D" DemairoProducer [Additional Production], Remix – Davidson Ospina
6:30
A2 La Rumba De Nicolas (Digital Dungeon Mix)
Mixed By, Engineer – Angelo BeliasOther [Post Production Coordinated By] – Johnny "D" DemairoProducer [Additional Production], Remix – Davidson Ospina
6:30
B1 La Rumba De Nicolas (Underground Mix)
Arranged By – Francois Kallos*Producer – Claude MartinezProducer [Additional Production], Remix – Brian Transeau, Mark KaminsProducer [Additional Production], Remix, Engineer – Steve Barkan*Producer, Arranged By – Gérard Prevost*Remix – BT
8:11
B2 La Rumba De Nicolas (Radio Mix)
Arranged By – Francois Kallos*Producer – Claude MartinezProducer [Additional Production], Remix – Brian Transeau, Mark KaminsProducer [Additional Production], Remix, Engineer – Steve Barkan*Producer, Arranged By – Gérard Prevost*Remix – BT
3:57
B3 La Rumba De Nicolas (Album Version) 3:56

Notes

℗ 1996 Atlantic Recording Corp. All Rights Reserved.
ST-DM-83684/83686

Other Versions (5 of 6) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
COL 662498 6, 662498 6 Gipsy Kings La Rumba De Nicolas(12") Columbia, Columbia COL 662498 6, 662498 6 Netherlands 1995 Sell This Version
SAMP 0029031 Gipsy Kings La Rumba De Nicolas(CD, Single, Promo) Columbia SAMP 0029031 Europe 1998 Sell This Version
COL 662498 6, 662498 6 Gipsy Kings La Rumba De Nicolas(12") Columbia, Columbia COL 662498 6, 662498 6 Spain 1995 Sell This Version
662498 2 Gipsy Kings La Rumba De Nicolas(CD, Single) Columbia 662498 2 Europe 1995 Sell This Version
COL 662498 1 Gipsy Kings La Rumba De Nicolas(CD, Single) Columbia COL 662498 1 France 1998 Sell This Version

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DJNORTHENER

DJNORTHENER

March 20, 2009
The Digital Dungeon mix by Davidson Ospina (In my opinion his best production by far) & Johnny "D" was hammered to death by Derrick Carter and famously used on his his 1996 essential mix. A perfect example of how latin chants and music can be remixed by a good dance producer. It's tough, it's classic jacking house, it's latin but onlt slightly and in a good dancefloor way. It only ever came on out of this rare as hen's teeth US promo. Also has an early trance/euro mix by BT who went on to bigger and better things, not one of his best. This still rocks!!!