Summerland ‎– Soulmate

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Naked Music Recordings ‎– NM007
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
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A1 Soulmate (Restless Soul Peaktime Vocal Mix)
Electric Piano [Wurlitzer], Organ – Tony Economides*Mixed By, Engineer – Tony Economides*Percussion, Guitar [Additional] – Chris FranzRemix – Restless SoulRemix, Arranged By – Phil Asher
8:56
A2 Soulmate (Naked Music MAJ Original)
Producer – Jay Denes, M.A. Jones*Vocals, Guitar, Bass, Keyboards – M.A. Jones*Written-By, Arranged By – M.A. Jones*
3:26
B1 Soulmate (Mig's Petalpusher Bump)
Engineer – Jay-JRemix – PetalpusherRemix, Arranged By – Miguel Migs
7:00
B2 Soulmate (Swag Remix)
Remix – SwagRemix, Arranged By – Chris Duckenfield, Richard Brown
6:02

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The record itself and jacket are mislabeled. The second track on side A is actually the "Soulmate (Naked Music MAJ Original)" mix, while the second track on side B is actually "Soulmate (Swag Remix)". The above tracklist is the actual one.

Track A1 (Restless Soul Peaktime Vocal Mix): remix and arrangement for Restless Soul Productions. Mixed and engineered at Tony's.
Track A2 (Naked Music MAJ Original): produced for Naked Music NYC Recordings, LLC.
Track B1 (Mig's Petalpusher Bump): engineered at Moulton Street Studios/SF.
Track B2 (Swag Remix): remix and arrangement for Swag Productions.

c & p Diastolic Music (ASCAP) / Aquarian Outcast Music (BMI) 1999.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, hand-etched runout): NM-007 A 5128.1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, hand-etched runout): NM-007 B 5128.2
  • Rights Society: ASCAP
  • Rights Society: BMI

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justsaysean

justsaysean

July 9, 2016
Have to admit it the swag mix that does it for me
Great chord drop that changes the mood quickly
discosveveos

discosveveos

November 14, 2011

in my opinion this is the most uncommon ep from naked music's "golden era" since it is less lush but more straight and definitely ahead of its time with its futuristic slightly chopped and sovereign pulse of bass and drums. likewise the vocals are performed in a style that became popular and used to only years later. unlike the previous reviewer I regard track A1 as the one to prefer. most definitely the special characteristics of this record happened because tony economidis lend a hand.

May 9, 2001
edited over 17 years ago
The 'Migs PetalPusher bump' mix of this tune is just undescribably good. When I heard the original, I thought it was quite poor, but beleive me, just listen to the migs mix, and you will want to marry Miguel Migs.