|A||Domina (Maurizio Mix)|
Mixed By –
|B||Domina (C. Craig's Mind Mix)|
- Mastered At – National Sound Corporation
BPM: A: 129 B: 127
|Domina (12", 33 ⅓ RPM)||Maurizio||M-3||Germany||1993|
|Domina (12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Reissue, Remastered, Clear Marbled)||Maurizio||M-3||Germany||2003|
|Domina (2×File, AIFF, Reissue)||Maurizio||03||Germany||2012|
|Domina (2×File, MP3, Reissue, 320 kbps)||Maurizio||M-3||Germany||2012|
|Domina (2×File, AAC, Reissue)||Maurizio||M-3||Germany||2012|
- ? maurizio mix is in fact 2 tracks ...why does nobody mention this, even on wax you see the split line
- My copy has the labels on the wrong sides. The Maurizio mix is credited to Carl Craig. Cool story eh?
- Edited 5 years agoI'm a snob, and Carl's remix is really a tour de force of electronic dance music. It's for the self-aware dancers, feelers and beings. Moritz's version is fantastic example of minimal Detroit techno, yet not only am I a sucker for some deep tracks, but Carl's remix I consider one the the most memorable 4 on the floor beat songs ever. I never get tired of it, ever. Over and over again please. If I want to be taken on an emotional journey...this song is it.
You can experience joy, sadness, or contemplation...all in one. The epitome of what some like to refer to the essence of the "deep" sound and is heard quite similarly in his work on "Televised Green Smoke." A song you may want played after you die, your child is born, or ponder your existence.
- Great record.
Remix of this:
- As soon as the likes of "Evil" Eddie Richards and Colin Dale starte3d to bust this at their respective club nights .. Eddie's 1994 Essential Mix features one of the finest examples of the Maurizio Mix being dropped, & is still a tech house Anthem to this day.
On the flip side, Carl Craig's Mind Mix works up into a house track that takes some beating - it's pure bliss! Using a vocal sample to enormous & distinct effect the track has your feet tapping and smile enhancing attributes we all love so.
Both of these Mixes were so ahead of their time, and certainly this 12" should not be forgotten ...