Lost ‎– The Gonzo / Baz De Conga

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Other Side
The Gonzo 7:23
This Side
Baz De Conga 7:02

Versions (2)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
PT 44196 Lost The Gonzo / Baz De Conga(12") Perfecto PT 44196 UK 1990 Sell This Version
PT 44196DJ Lost The Gonzo(12", Promo) Perfecto PT 44196DJ UK 1990 Sell This Version

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tangee

tangee

August 15, 2015
referencing The Gonzo, 12", Promo, PT 44196DJ
The Gonzo...Brilliant!...
trippyhousedonovan

trippyhousedonovan

April 1, 2012
referencing The Gonzo / Baz De Conga, 12", PT 44196
Summer of 1993. I actually think if was the Forth of July. Robbie Hardkiss played this 2:30am'ish, BLOWIN' MINDS and making us all RAVE! Good memories.
tazzrascal

tazzrascal

December 3, 2011
referencing The Gonzo / Baz De Conga, 12", PT 44196

My all time favourite track for mixing. Slow build just goes with almost any style off dance music
spunoutshop

spunoutshop

June 13, 2007
edited over 8 years ago
referencing The Gonzo / Baz De Conga, 12", PT 44196
This really blew my mind when I first got a copy in 1992. Compared to emerging "freestyle"( Rave, Techno, Hardcore)tracks that were coming out of the UK at the time, the production on this is staggering. For UK post-ACID records, along with tracks like RADIO BABYLON this one set the blueprint for RAVE & JUNGLE. Bleeps, Bass & breakbeats, but check that SAX!
Oh yeh, this track also shares the name of the longest running techno night in the world! LOST......
jondavey

jondavey

January 3, 2005
edited over 5 years ago
referencing The Gonzo / Baz De Conga, 12", PT 44196
I heard either Fabio or Grooverider ( not sure which one as they played as Fabio and Grooverider at the time ) play this back in 1991. I always thought that The Gonzo sounded like James Brown's band playing funky drummer twice as fast as it should be. Builds to a really spacey bleep chorus.
THe other side is a nice, sort of, deep house excursion, that, IMHO, would not sound out of place in a mix alongside current house/deep house. With less exposure than 'The Gonzo' another possible undiscovered gem...