L&O ‎– Even Now

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Target Records (3) ‎– 10.010
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Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
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A Even Now (12" Dance Mix)
Mixed By – Bulté J.P.*
4:46
B1 Even Now (O-Mix)
Mixed By – Olivier P.*
4:52
B2 Even Now (Hard Times Mix)
Mixed By – Bulté J.P.*
4:41

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This issue has "Boccaccio Life" printed on the sleeve and green colour.

2 other sleeves exist:
One with "Boccaccio Life" printed on sleeve and turquoise colour.
One with MIX 1988 printed on sleeve.

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  • Rights Society: SABAM

Other Versions (5 of 6) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
10.010 L&O Even Now (Mix 1988)(12") Target Records (3) 10.010 Belgium 1988 Sell This Version
10.010 L&O Even Now (Mix 1988)(12") Target Records (3) 10.010 Belgium 1988 Sell This Version
10.010/17, TR. 10010/17 L&O Even Now(7", Gre) Target Records (3), Target Records (3) 10.010/17, TR. 10010/17 Belgium 1989 Sell This Version
TR. 11021-CD L&O Even Now(CD, Maxi) Target Records (3) TR. 11021-CD Belgium 1988 Sell This Version
10.010/17, TR. 10010/17 L&O Even Now(7", Tur) Target Records (3), Target Records (3) 10.010/17, TR. 10010/17 Belgium 1989 Sell This Version

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R3troMan

R3troMan

February 9, 2014
Hi guys, I have two different tracks, both having a playtime of around 04:40. In one version the melody starts at 00:15, in the other at 01:03. Could you tell which version is which mix?
DocVinyl

DocVinyl

January 16, 2006
edited over 12 years ago

Starting to describe record is quite hard. It was the only record that you actualy could buy at the dj booth in legendary club Boccaccio aka the "holy grail of new beat". With the whole wall plastered with the cover and the track itself hammered beyond belief everybody knew a legendary track was in the making. Basicaly a really fucked up and incredibly slowed down version of "the residents" "Diskomo". Reworked and with impressive dramatic stringmelodies on top, this one did not fail to impress on the dancefloor. Much more in the league of "Flesh" by "A Split Second" then for instance crappy "Confetti's" new beat this one stood the test of time. Behind this one hides Olivier Abbeloos (of later Quadrophonia and T99 fame) with his first release (He's the O in L&O). Behind the "L" hides the infamous bouncer "extra ordinary" of the club "Luc Devriese" ....
TEKNONUTTER

TEKNONUTTER

October 19, 2004
edited about 1 year ago

From that special year of 1988, a well produced, dramatic piece of dark, serious, scary sounding New Beat with orchestral influences. This track has a beginning, a middle and an end which was pretty much unheard of in that experimental, innocent era.

Those T99 sounding stabs seem like they were invented here long before "Anasthasia" was produced in 1991. Not surprising really as one part of T99, Quadrophonia etc "Olivier Abbeloos" helped co-produce this song. Influences can be heard throughout Belgian/Dutch rave tunes following above release from already mentioned T99 but also Angel Ice, Praga Khan's - Rave Alarm, The R, DJ PC, Channel X, Technoid etc etc (and those are just the very well known ones).

Not to mention the influence this sound inadvertently had on the UK Hardcore scene. Some tracks should not be forgotten, if not for historical purposes.