Jordy (2) ‎– Potion Magique

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VER 475599 2 Jordy (2) Potion Magique(CD, Album) Versailles VER 475599 2 Europe 1993 Sell This Version
51 475599 Jordy (2) Potion Magique (LP, Album) Columbia 51 475599 Colombia 1993 Sell This Version
475599-2 Jordy (2) Potion Magique(CD, Album) Versailles 475599-2 China 1993 Sell This Version
CCK 90989 Jordy (2) Potion Magique(CD, Album) Sony Music Entertainment (Canada) CCK 90989 Canada 1993 Sell This Version
VER 475599 4 Jordy (2) Potion Magique(Cass, Album) Versailles VER 475599 4 Europe 1993 Sell This Version
475599.4, DHT-2088 Jordy (2) Potion Magique(Cass, Album) Columbia, Columbia 475599.4, DHT-2088 China 1993 Sell This Version
237.045 Jordy (2) Potion Magique(LP) Columbia 237.045 Brazil 1993 Sell This Version
237 045 Jordy (2) Potion Magique(LP, Album) Columbia 237 045 Netherlands 1993 Sell This Version
VER 475599 1 Jordy (2) Potion Magique(LP, Album) Versailles VER 475599 1 Netherlands 1993 Sell This Version
ESCB 1484 Jordy (2) Potion Magique(CD, Album) Versailles ESCB 1484 Japan 1994 Sell This Version
ESCB 1484 Jordy (2) Potion Magique(CD, Album, Promo) Versailles ESCB 1484 Japan 1994 Sell This Version
B0011 Jordy (2) Potion Magique(CD, Album, Unofficial) DunHuang B0011 China 2002 Sell This Version

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ledjfab

February 18, 2007
edited over 12 years ago
referencing Potion Magique, CD, Album, CCK 90989

Obsessed with the power of the gain, Claude Lemoine recorded most of this album in Miami to give a follow-up to his son's first "album". His intentions began to be clearer for a lot of people in France, and so by making the whole recording oversea, he wouldn't be bothered by anyone.
"Potion Magique", a christmas album, was obviously marketed towards kids, so the content is very easy. Most of the songs are Eurodance oriented, and there is nothing very surprising about it, except maybe for the remix of "Love Love Dance", uncredited.
The remixers hired by Claude Lemoine, whoever they were, suceeded in ingeniosity, reconstructing the whole track in some wild Eurodance anthem. 90% of the vocals are supressed, and you don't recognize the kid so early. A lot of people who I made listened this to were amazed, and just like me, embarassed with it. Technically, I still think it's a great remix, with a complete different structure and many effective samples (the percussions of "Give It Up" by The Goodmen, some "Enigma-esque" African vocals).
To my knowledge, the track was never released as a single and so never played in any club or radio. It's another proof that remixing can make miracles.