Libra Presents Taylor ‎– Anomaly - Calling Your Name

Platipus ‎– PLAT 24 CD
CD, Single

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1 Anomaly - Calling Your Name (Granny's 7" Edit)
Remix – GrannyRemix, Producer [Additional] – Claudio Giussani, Paul Brogden
2 Anomaly - Calling Your Name (Original BT & Taylor Mix)
Remix – BT, Taylor
3 Anomaly - Calling Your Name (Granny's Epicure Remix)
Remix – GrannyRemix, Producer [Additional] – Claudio Giussani, Paul Brogden
4 Anomaly - Calling Your Name (Evolution's Autodub Remix)
Remix, Producer [Additional] – Evolution
5 Anomaly - Calling Your Name (Forth's Remix)
Remix, Producer [Additional] – Forth*




Track 1 & 3: Remix and Additional Production by Paul Brogden (Courtesy of Seismic Records) and Claudio Giussani (Courtesy of Terra Ferma Productions)
Track 4: Remix and Additional Production for Red Parrot Management

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Recorded & Mixed at B.T. Studios in Washington DC
Published by Now Music Ascap / Old Gate Music BMI
Licensed from Musicnow Records US

℗ 1996 Platipus Records
© 1995 Musicnow Records


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編集 over 6 years ago

One of the all time great tunes of the day; which, given the right crowd still stands up well today. Featuring awesome production skills. Libra, a pseudonym of Brian Transeau, better known as BT; who is of course an American with a dodgy haircut (sorry mate). He was years ahead of the American market with this one. Hence, it's release in the U.K (where it was immediately huge), a year before it's U.S release. Therefore, it's the Platipus release that fetches higher prices than its U.S counterpart - But if you're just after one or another of the mixes on a compilation, rather than the cd single, they are pretty easy to find. To my ears, the Granny Mix is the one to look for.


編集 over 10 years ago

When i’ve heard this title in its original mix in the spring of 1995, i knew from the beginning, it was love at first sight. J
A shame i didn’t know at that moment the title and/or artist and so i had to wait another 1,5 years until DJ Dag played the Granny Mix of it in the HR3-Clubnight-Radioshow and so I had the chance to buy this release at our local recordstore.

Looking backwards the Original Mix was one of the most influencial tracks in my musical evolution, because it showed me that there is also other good music than the, for that time typical Hardtrance music of around 140-160 bpm, and it contained housy elements as well.
This title brought me much closer to the “Groove-Feeling” than all “The Bomb”, “Sex on the Streets” and “I believe” and all other House-Tracks of that time way back when together.
A milestone.

I’m not sure, if I should laugh or cry about the fact, that the Granny Remix was part of the Soundtrack of the teeny-movie “American Pie".
It just shows how successful this title was.
Even I like this mix too, it doesn’t reach the magic of the Original imho.