cv313 ‎– Seconds To Forever

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echospace [detroit] ‎– ECHOSPACE 012
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Limited Edition, Light Green Clear
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A1 Seconds To Forever (Original Mix)
Tape – Echospace
6:20
A2 Seconds To Forever (Reshape)
Congas – The Howard Street Rhythm Section
7:30
B Beyond The Clouds (Reprise)
Electronics – Jamal WallaceRemastered By – Ron Murphy
22:58

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Limited edition of 150 copies, 160 Gram light green clear vinyl packaged in 8ML Mylar Sleeves.

"Beyond The Clouds" [Reprise] recorded from a live session near the heart of Detroit using hand crafted modular synthesizers, analog devices and custom made effects units.

Remastered for CD release by Ron Murphy @ NSC Mastering, Detroit, USA shortly before he passed away, his memory will live in our hearts forever.

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
ECHOSPACE 012 cv313 Seconds To Forever(12", Ltd, Cle) echospace [detroit] ECHOSPACE 012 US 2010 Sell This Version
echospace 012 cv313 Seconds To Forever(12", Ltd, TP, Cle) echospace [detroit] echospace 012 US 2010 Sell This Version
echospace [detroit] 018 cv313 Seconds To Forever [reshapes](3xFile, ALAC) echospace [detroit] echospace [detroit] 018 US 2016
ECHOSPACE 012 cv313 Seconds To Forever(12", Ltd, RM, RP, Mix) echospace [detroit] ECHOSPACE 012 US 2011 Sell This Version
echospace [detroit] 018 cv313 Seconds To Forever(12", Cle) echospace [detroit] echospace [detroit] 018 US 2016 Sell This Version

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fukemnodchisie

fukemnodchisie

January 12, 2011

I wont go on with some long segment about the particular religious view of this sound or who is or isn't rightful to follow in the footsteps of what happened in Berlin & Detroit 20 years ago. Why Basic Channel is better than anything before or after it, why the DeepChord & Echospace continuum are the current heirs to their legacy. What I will say is on this one they really hit a home run, I've bought almost every release from this label and this one like Ghram said, "it caught me off guard". As much as I agree with him side A hasn't quite registered with me yet but I am quite mystified by side B, it's really as good as I hoped for. I read a long discussion forum about this release, a near 400 post so my expectations were really high and it actually hit the nail on the head. I would have to say I hear a lot more Rod Modell in side B than I do on side A, a similar creepy and inviting nature (like a visitor in a foreign land) of his "Incense And Blacklight" album on Plop from a few years back. I have to admit I haven't flipped the record over but once to hear side A and because "Beyond The Clouds" is so damn good, it's like a friend you haven't seen or heard from in forever and out of no where you hear their voice. I love it when an artist can pull that off, bring back a nostalgic moment in your life through music, there is really something special about this song I can't quite put into words, just listen and maybe you'll get it.