Jes* ‎– Ghost

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
Magik Muzik 836-1 Jes* Ghost(CD, Single) Magik Muzik Magik Muzik 836-1 Netherlands 2007 Sell This Version
MM836-5 JES* Ghost (Phynn Remix)(File, WAV) Magik Muzik MM836-5 Netherlands 2007
Magik Muzik 836-5 Jes* Ghost (Remixes By Phynn And Lime)(12") Magik Muzik Magik Muzik 836-5 Netherlands 2007 Sell This Version
Magik Muzik 844-0 Jes* Ghost (The Remixes)(8xFile, MP3, 320) Magik Muzik Magik Muzik 844-0 Netherlands 2007
UL 1613 Jes* Ghost(11xFile, MP3, Single, 256) Ultra Records UL 1613 US 2007
Magik Muzik 836-1, 836-1, MM 836-1 Jes* Ghost(2xFile, MP3, Single, 320) Magik Muzik, Magik Muzik, Magik Muzik Magik Muzik 836-1, 836-1, MM 836-1 Netherlands 2007
none JES* Ghost (TyDi Remix)(CDr) Magik Muzik none Netherlands 2012 Sell This Version
Magik Muzik 954-0, MM 954-0, MM9540 JES* Ghost (tyDi Remix)(2xFile, WAV) Magik Muzik, Magik Muzik, Magik Muzik Magik Muzik 954-0, MM 954-0, MM9540 Netherlands 2012

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TranceOnThePorch

TranceOnThePorch

April 30, 2015
referencing Ghost (Remixes By Phynn And Lime), 12", Magik Muzik 836-5
Caution is generally required for releases who brag about "appearing on tour" with a famous name (here, Tiesto), but such caution isn't needed in this case. This song is one of those rare instances of two American trance producers working with another American trance vocalist to show the world that Europe doesn't have a monopoly on the trance scene.

On the A side, a progressive trance take by renowned producer Phynn features the always impressive Jes vocals front-and-center. Following a breakbeat intro (perfect for mixing out of another breaks track), Phynn throws us right into the action with a trance bass line, vocal samples, and leads to a thrilling break in the middle. The Phynn mix is a slightly understated remix with some guitar samples within it, so it's good for an early set builder.

The B side is an straightforward, downtempo, chillout version of a trance song by Lime, who himself had a relatively short career and thrived basically only to remix Jes releases.