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Heights Of AbrahamElectric Hush

Label:Pork Recordings – PORK 028
Format:
CD, Album
Country:UK
Released:
Genre:Electronic
Style:Downtempo

Tracklist

1The Cleric6:43
2Boogie Heights6:44
3High Time10:31
4Dolphins
Written-ByFred Neil
3:51
5What's The Number?6:50
6Olive Branching9:32
7E.V.A.10:30
8700 Channels7:07
9Sunyatta6:51
10Make Love8:39
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wherever you go. there you are.

1 to 3, 5 to 10: copyright control
4: carlin music corp

recorded mixed fon poisson ville
mastered keith jts
℗ 1995 the copyright in this sound recording is owned by heights of abraham and is licensed exclusively to pork recordings.
© 1995 pork recordings/heights of abraham

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5 027803 052826 >
  • Matrix / Runout: PORK 028 MPO 01 @@ 12 01 IFPI L032
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L032

Other Versions (2)View All

Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
New Submission
Electric Hush (CD, Album, Reissue, Promo)ZTT, WEAPROP HUSH, 0630-18748-2UK1997
Recently Edited
Electric Hush (CD, Album, Reissue)ZTTZTT99CDUK1998

Reviews

ThaPrinz's avatar
ThaPrinz
I agree with WonderSoil, never too late to reissue this beautiful music on vinyl.
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WonderSoil
Such an underrated album, that certainly deserves a vinyl repress. I first heard E.V.A. on Chicane's "Visions Of Ibiza" when I was perhaps 14 and obviously fell in love with it's warm, breezy, dreamy pads and hypnotic loops. But it must've taken another 15-16 years before I decided to look up "that beautiful pad-song I heard when I was a teenager", and half a year ago I finally bought a cheap copy here on Discogs.

"E.V.A." is surely a highlight, but only one of many. This morning I played the album from start to finish while cooking and cleaning, and it confidently sets an uplifting, calming, playful and highly musical tone in the room. You can tell this was already then an experienced trio of musicians. Some of the music would work great in a D. Tiffany/Roza Terenzi/Tornado Wallace-set, while others would be instant highlights in a Claremont 56/International Feel-catalogue. It's obviously mid-90's Trip Hop/Chillout, but luckily manages to transcend the worst clichées of that era, and would in my eyes be categorized as "Simply Great Music".