Jam & Spoon Feat. Plavka ‎– Right In The Night (Fall In Love With Music)

JAM! ‎– JAM 659855 2, JAM! ‎– 659855 2, Dance Pool ‎– DAN 659855 2, Dance Pool ‎– 659855 2
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Track 1, 2, 4 taken from the album JAM/DAN 474928 2 "Tripomatic Fairytales 2001"

Produced for Allstar Music Productions, Germany
Publisher: Track 1, 2, 4 Edition Allstar/BMG-Ufa and Edition Subliminal and Get Into Magic/Warner Chappell
Track 4 Edition Allstar/BMG-Ufa and Edition Subliminal/BMG-Ufa
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© 1993 Sony Music Entertainment (Germany) GmbH/Dance Pool
Distribution Sony Music

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 5 099765 985528
  • Barcode (Scanned): 5099765985528
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1): 12-659855-14 13 DADC AUSTRIA
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 2): 12-659855-14 21 DADC AUSTRIA
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 3): 12-659855-14 21 B2 DADC AUSTRIA
  • Label Code: LC 6772
  • Rights Society: SACEM/SDRM/SACD/SGDL
  • Price Code: CB 608
  • Other (Sony code): 12-659855-14
  • Other (Format code): CD-MS


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April 11, 2017
is all about Follow Me! what an ace hard trance tune, cained by DJ Tizer


September 24, 2016
edited over 2 years ago
Follow Me! has lost none of its potency over the last 23 years, and for me is probably the best trance track ever made. Trance as a genre has got a lot of stick over the years, and rightly so given the sheer amount of shit that was pumped out in the late 90s and beyond, but when done right the results can be spectacular and mind expanding. This one will always stay with me. Thanks guys


July 30, 2016
The other reviewers are not kidding about "Follow Me!" Just heard it for the first time a few moments ago. One of the most well put together pieces of music I've heard, electronic or otherwise.

"Right In The Night" is an excellent track in its own right as well with an unforgettable acoustic melody.


August 15, 2015
Agree Follow Me is a masterpiece


January 16, 2015
Best techno track ever on B-side... "follow me"
This was my actual reason for buying this record.

R.I.P , Spoon!


June 30, 2013

I bought this album because of "Right in the night", but "Follow me" is the favorite track on this mini album. Love it. Play loud, because it's hard trance. :)


August 9, 2012

If you went dancing anytime in 1993-4, you most likely heard RIGHT IN THE NIGHT, Jam & Spoon's biggest hit. And it's a perfectly catchy tune, from Plavka's vocals to the acoustic guitar riff. Its bassline spawned a thousand cheesy trance sons, but it still sounds gripping here. The instrumental version places greater emphasis on the guitar, making it more flamenco than ever, even down to the castanets in the background. But it's "Follow Me!" which garners more attention, with its pure trance and the deep beat that lends itself to a hypnotic state, until the horns starts sounding about 1/3 of the way through, signalling an imminent change in direction from the minor key to a major one, as well as a significant uptick in the beat, going all out rave-strength for its final third (with a minute's worth of comedown). That track might be even more right in the night.


July 7, 2012
Why do you guys dislike the A side so much. It's stood out from the rest of the dance tracks at the time; it was more soothing, but still very danceable. And Plavka's vocals are second to none.

The b-side is an absolute classic; I will give you that.

The instrumental and radio edit are a nice, but somewhat unessecary bonus.


January 16, 2010
Follow Me is the template for tribal trance.
Jam & Spoon were good at producing utter shite, but they did have incredible moments - Age of Love, Odyssey to Anyoona, Neurotrance Adventure...
Follow Me is one of those incredible moments. Forget the second half - its too fast. The first half is wonderful: in a dark place with everyone facing the strobe lights, and collapsing together into a blissful world as the siren kicks in, and then the beautiful break down...ahhh the memories. Shit - its almost 20 years ago


March 25, 2003

Right in the Night was the first release of Jam & Spoon with the intention to have a more commercial track (Right in the Night) on the A-Side and a more clubby tune (Follow Me) on the B-Side. Follow Me was a huge clubhit in germany.
Similar happens to their tunes Odysee to Anyoona and Can you feel it. Nevertheless the quality of the so called commercial trax by Jam & Spoon was way above comparing to similar tunes at this time.