|A||Sueño Latino (Illusion First Mix)||11:15|
|B1||Sueño Latino (Emotion Second Mix)||4:27|
|B2||Sueño Latino (Final Third Mix)||5:00|
- Co-producer –
- Remix –
- Matrix / Runout (Runout side A): BZZXL 106071 - AI
- Matrix / Runout (Runout side B): BZZXL 106071 - AAI
- Rights Society: SABAM
|Sueño Latino (12")||ARS Productions||ARS 3746||Belgium||1989|
|Sueño Latino - The Latin Dream (The Dream Remixes) (12", 45 RPM, Maxi-Single)||BCM Records, BCM Records||BCM 14323, BCM 323 R||UK & Europe||1989|
|Sueño Latino - The Latin Dream (12", 45 RPM, Single)||BCM Records, BCM Records||BCM 323 X, BCM 12323||UK & Europe||1989|
|Sueño Latino (12", 33 ⅓ RPM)||DFC||DFC 017||Italy||1989|
|Sveno Latino (Latin Dream Mix) (12", 45 RPM, Single Sided, Promo)||BCM Records, BCM Records||BCM 323-DJ, 13323||UK & Europe||1989|
- Edited 9 years agoDerrick who!! So if you are one of the many out there scratching your head reading these hyped reviews referencing Derrick May Remix as amazing and incredible piece don't feel puzzled because you are not alone. Calling this genius, a work of ART and greatness! please save the rhetoric for your music class thesis. Most of us have ears and we LISTEN instead of trying to convince ourselves that something is great because handful of people want it to be like that. I am not a big fan of this tune in general but if I had to choose between the original mixes vs. May's remix the choice is clear. I don't regret sitting though these remixes but twice is more than enough. This is one of those remixes that loses it's charm rather quick and it becomes more boring and outdated with each subsequent listening. I am afraid if I listen to it a third time the overall rating will go down to 2/5. And now do yourself a favor and check out Sueño Latino's lesser known works Luxuria (Massimo L. Extended Version + Cutmaster G. Techno Age Mix) it's a worthwhile Italo-house balearic tune.
- I am either going to get excommunicated from the electronic music scene or get praised beyond the infinite universe of the stars for saying this, but Derrick May's remix of Sueno Latino may just be where he hit his peak in terms of harmony, emotion, soul and down right heart tearing melody.
Barely ever do I grace a remix of a timeless classic with an essential tag, but this particular release is a never ending fountain of inspiration for many a generations of music enthusiasts on a global scale.
As if Derrick May has not proved countless times the amount of soul machines can and will portray into the human mind, here, once and for all, he sealed the topic and shoved words of disbelief back in naysayers throats for ages to come!
Just in case you're still having doubts, the vinyl mastering on this 1992 original press is ace, while the cover art shines with positivity and radiates good vibrations. 10/10.