Gabriel & Dresden ‎– Gabriel & Dresden

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1 Gabriel & Dresden Let Go
Acoustic Guitar – David PennerBacking Vocals [Additional] – Kristy GabrielElectric Bass, Bells [Six-flat Bell Plate] – Josh GabrielLead Vocals, Electric Guitar – Molly BancroftWritten-By – D.Penner*, M.Bancroft*
6:38
2 Gabriel & Dresden With Scarlett Etienne Eleven
Written-By – S.Etienne*
5:00
3 Gabriel & Dresden Enemy
Acoustic Guitar – Jes BriedenBacking Vocals – Jan Burton, Leonie BurtonLead Vocals – Jan BurtonPiano – Josh GabrielWritten-By – J.Burton*, J.Brieden*, N.Davenport*
5:27
4 Gabriel & Dresden Dust In The Wind
Percussion [Log Drum] – Josh GabrielVocals – Molly BancroftWritten-By – K.Livgren*
8:45
5 Gabriel & Dresden Mass Repeat
Drums [Additional] – Pete Houser
4:58
6 Gabriel & Dresden Closer
Backing Vocals – Josh Gabriel, Kristy GabrielLead Vocals, Electric Bass, Electric Guitar – Molly BancroftWritten-By – D. Penner*, J.Gabriel*, M. Marcos*
5:43
7 Gabriel & Dresden Not Enough
Backing Vocals [Additional] – Leonie BurtonLead Vocals, Backing Vocals – Jan BurtonWritten-By – J.Burton*
4:09
8 Gabriel & Dresden Amsterdam Interlude
Piano – Josh Gabriel
1:22
9 Gabriel & Dresden New Path
Vocals – Jan BurtonWritten-By – J.Burton*, N.Davenport*
4:55
10 Gabriel & Dresden Sydney 6:36
11 Gabriel & Dresden Dangerous Power
Backing Vocals – Dave DresdenLead Vocals – Jan BurtonPiano, Electric Bass – Josh GabrielWritten-By – J.Burton*, J.Brieden*
7:45
12 Gabriel & Dresden Tracking Treasure Down
Backing Vocals – Dave Dresden, Josh GabrielHandclaps [Claps] – Josh Gabriel, Molly BancroftLead Vocals, Keyboards [Additional] – Molly BancroftVocals [Additional] – Rowan GabrielWritten-By – M.Bancroft*
8:41

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Notes

The titles of tracks 4 & 5 are switched on the release (4 is listed as "Mass Repeat" and 5 as "Dust In The Wind").

The tracks "Enemy" and "Dangerous Power" are adapted from "Imagination" by Motorcycle.

Produced for Organized Nature and Ornadel Management
Mastered @ Futuredisc, Hollywood, CA

All songs - Published by Copyright Control/BMI except track 5, "Dust In The Wind", published by Don Kirshner Music, Inc.(BMI)

© & ℗ 2006 Organized Nature - A division of Gabriel & Dresden, LLC.
All rights reserved.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 881824101629
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1 & 2): deluxe ORGNCD001 01
  • Mastering SID Code (Variant 1): L136
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 1 - on matrix ring): IFPI 8711
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 1): IFPI 0499
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 2): IFPI L136
  • Mastering SID Code (Variant 2): IFPI 0483 MADE IN THE UK

Other Versions (5 of 5) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
ORGNCD101 Gabriel & Dresden Gabriel & Dresden(2xCD, Album, Ltd, Dig) Organized Nature ORGNCD101 UK 2006 Sell This Version
ORGNCD006, ORGNCD001 Gabriel & Dresden Gabriel & Dresden(Album + 11xFile, MP3, 320 + File, MP3, Mixed, 320) Organized Nature, Organized Nature ORGNCD006, ORGNCD001 UK 2006 Sell This Version
none Gabriel & Dresden Gabriel & Dresden(CDr, Album, Promo) Organized Nature none UK & Europe 2006 Sell This Version
2220322 Gabriel & Dresden Gabriel & Dresden(CD, Album) Mucha Mas Música 2220322 Mexico 2007 Sell This Version
ПРЗ CD53730 Gabriel & Dresden Gabriel & Dresden(CD, Album, Mixed) World Club Music ПРЗ CD53730 Russia 2006 Sell This Version

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LilTheater

LilTheater

November 1, 2009

Couldn't agree more about this album being a grower. I bought it a few years ago around the beginning of my Trance obsession and it was on the strength of their reputation and "Tracking Treasure Down". When I got home to listen I was deeply disappointed for much the same reasons as the negative review on here talks about; the vocals were boring and it was severely lacking in ideas. No matter how many more chances I gave it (of which there were many), the only track that I could bring myself to like was "Eleven". However, sometime this year everything clicked and I began to see the positives of this album very quickly. It's worth stressing that this is not an album for fans of regular trance, it is far more rooted in Progressive/Tech House and all of the trancier material (Let Go/Enemy/Dangerous Power/Tracking Treasure Down) stays well away from traditional elements. What this album does have is originality, tight songwriting, well-chosen vocalists and a pheonmenal flow from beginning to end.

Seeing as it cost me £5 for a brand new copy, I now consider "Gabriel & Dresden" a stupidly good bargain. If you're open-minded about dance music, this could be a very rewarding purchase.
ka11e

ka11e

September 15, 2007

Wow,

Listening to this album was like the first time I had sushi: Didn't like it at first, but love it now. Having "Bloom" by G&D as one of my favourite albums, I had a hard time getting this one at first. After listening to it a couple of times I have come to absolutely love it. Pretty much every song is brilliant, especially number 1, 10, 11, 12. The album should be listened through from beginning to end to fully appreciate it; for me it has grown from being a small disappointment to a likewise or- even better, than "Bloom".

It's an honest 5 out of 5.
ibizzzaaa

ibizzzaaa

October 24, 2006
edited over 9 years ago

Wow! What a horrible album! Its tracks are filled with a bunch of predictable outcomes and very cheesy vocals. The only two tunes that I have found to be interesting were Eleven and Sydney. Eleven is actually my favourite tune. Gabriel & Dresden had the potential as they made some quality productions - although most of them were a bit too commercial, but still quility - throughout years 2002-2004. Then they released the awesome, their best in my opinion, track Arcadia. After the release of Arcadia, I just thought it couldn't get better than this - an awsome production without any of that cheesiness that you would find in their earlier works. But the reality was that from that point on it just went downhill for these two. And this album just proves it. All of these tracks are well done and finished, but too finished and too uncreative. It actually didn't surprise me after hearing their Essential Mix back in spring. Basically they have great production skills but absolutely no ideas. I would recommend just buying track Eleven on 12" or mp3.