St Germain ‎– Alabama Blues (Revisited) Part II

F Communications ‎– F 050 R
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM

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A1 Alabama Blues (Wax Doctor Mix)
Remix – Wax Doctor
A2 Alabama Blues (Grand Central Mix - Only Child Meets Rae And Christian)
Remix – Only Child, Rae And Christian*
B Soul Salsa Soul (Remix)
Keyboards – Alexandre DestrezPercussion – Laurent CoatelenPiano – Alexandre DestrezSaxophone – Edouard LaborTrombone – Pierre ChabrelTrumpet – Pascal Ohse*

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All tracks written, produced & mixed at The Magic House Studio.

Vocal sample taken from "Stranger Here" performed by Lightnin' Hopkins courtesy of Fantasy Inc.

Published by Basic Groove.

Released under exclusive licence by PIAS UK
Distribution by Charged/Vital. Manufactured in England.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 5 016556 815031
  • Barcode (String): 5016556815031
  • Label Code: LC7800

Other Versions (5 of 10) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
F 030, 137.0030.30 St Germain Alabama Blues(12") F Communications, Play It Again Sam [PIAS] F 030, 137.0030.30 France 1995 Sell This Version
FC 010 St Germain Alabama Blues(12", Promo, S/Sided) F Communications FC 010 France 1995 Sell This Version
F 030 S St Germain Alabama Blues(7", Ltd, Single) F Communications F 030 S France 1995 Sell This Version
ADICT019CD St Germain Alabama Blues(CD, Maxi) Addiction Records ADICT019CD Australia 1995 Sell This Version
F 050 CD St Germain Alabama Blues (Revisited)(CD, Maxi) F Communications F 050 CD UK 1996 Sell This Version



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March 3, 2005
edited over 13 years ago
The version of the brilliant Paul Saunders (the man of the seminal, sophisticated and dark elements) for this classic is really worthy of mentioning. With lovely synth timbers and sweet pianos, the track has also fine windy effects and, of course, Wax Doctor's typical atmospheric touch. A real spot of ground for the World of break beats, and specially Drum & Bass. It seems that Saunders changed his artistic directions and became a painter for quite some time now - if it's true, I'm sure he must have kept the same philosophy on his paintings...