Sunny Lax ‎– Blue Bird

Anjunabeats ‎– ANJ-079
CDr, Single, Limited Edition, Promo

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1 Blue Bird (Original Mix) 9:37
2 Blue Bird (Daniel Kandi Remix)
Remix – Daniel Kandi



Published by Involved Publishing Ltd.
℗ & © 2006 Anjunabeats.

BPM, Key:
1: 137, A# major
2: 139, A# major

Track 1 BPM, Key is incorrectly given as 134, D
Track 2 BPM, Key is incorrectly given as 128, D

Comes in a cardboard sleeve.

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
ANJ-079 Sunny Lax Blue Bird(2xFile, WAV, Single) Anjunabeats ANJ-079 UK 2007
ANJ-079 Sunny Lax Blue Bird(12") Anjunabeats ANJ-079 UK 2007 Sell This Version
ANJ-079 Sunny Lax Blue Bird(12", W/Lbl, Promo) Anjunabeats ANJ-079 UK 2007 Sell This Version
ANJ-079, ANJ-079D Sunny Lax Blue Bird(2xFile, MP3, Single, 320) Anjunabeats, Anjunabeats ANJ-079, ANJ-079D UK 2007


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October 6, 2007

Being a musician myself, I suppose I have my personal ideas as to what "Uplifting Trance" is. Some people listen to really sad songs and call them uplifting. As an example, Ferry Corsten's "Beautiful" to me is sad and I wouldn't really classify it as "uplifting". A lot of Trance falls in this category.

Then there the stuff that's soo happy that it sounds like a Venga Boys mix (can't really think of a specific Trance song as an example right now, but you know what I'm referring to)

Then there's that happy middle ground that I would definitely call "Uplifting" (the real name for this should be called "Hopeful") Trance.

Very few songs I would classify under this "Hopeful" label. Bluebird is one of them. This is the perfect example of what people should think of when they hear the phrase "Uplifting Trance". Both the original and the Daniel Kandi remix are top notch tunes. The only minor quibble I could find in the original is that once the song gets going full blast, the Synth String sound and the Synth Hi Hat blend together and almost sound like a continous hiss of white noise in the background. It's annoying to hear in low quality sound systems, like a car stereo.

Daniel Kandi's remix is perfect! I can't find a single thing wrong with it. Both excellent examples of true "Uplifting" Trance. These two have quickly become my favorite tunes of all time.


May 7, 2007
edited over 10 years ago

Glorious; that is perhaps the one word that best encapsulates Sunny Lax’s latest production. ‘Blue Bird’ is a magical piece of trance with a warm, summery sound that previous production ‘M.I.R.A.’ gave us a delightful taste of. On the Original Mix, Levente Márton has sculpted a driving yet atmospheric set of soundscapes, with a divinely beautiful breakdown. On the flipside, Daniel Kandi reworks the breakdown, brightens up the sound and introduces some key changes into the chorus, thereby putting a slightly different, yet even more effective spin on the main melody. Indeed, Kandi’s effortless blending of his and Márton’s sounds has taken what is already a great production to a whole new level, which is why I prefer his remix. Putting both mixes together, I feel that this will be regarded as one of the great all-round Anjunabeats releases in the very near future. Sublime stuff.