Lawrence ‎– Lowlights From The Past And Future

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Mule Electronic ‎– mule electronic cd6
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1 Lawrence Friday's Child 8:06
2 Lawrence Spark 6:44
3 Superpitcher Happiness (Lawrence Remix)
Remix – Lawrence
8:43
4 Lawrence If You Cant Understand 6:19
5 Lawrence Further 6:22
6 Antonelli* The Morning (Lawrence Remix)
Remix – Lawrence
8:07
7 Turner My Aeroplane Mania (Lawrence Remix)
Remix – Lawrence
6:31
8 Lawrence Swap 6:33
9 Lawrence Lowlights From The Past 5:39
10 Egoexpress Aranda (Lawrence Remix)
Remix – Lawrence
6:55
11 Lawrence Untitled 6:30

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Track 11 (Untitled) previously released on <a href="http://www.discogs.com/Lawrence-The-Absence-Of-Blight/release/216707">The Absence Of Blight</a> as track 4

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 8 80319 24192 5
  • Barcode (Scanned): 880319241925
  • Matrix / Runout: CA MULECD006 @
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L039 01/13/07 11:39:38 AM
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 1267

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scoundrel

scoundrel

March 17, 2015

This compilation of one-off Lawrence tracks and remixes shows off Mr. Kersten's talents at crafting deep, melodic house. The delicacy of "Friday's Child," for instance, carries a gentle fragility, which carries into "Spark," though the bass gets slightly heavier. His remix of Superpitcher's "Happiness" takes a sinuous direction, adding both heft and melancholy in equal amounts. "If You Can't Understand" and "Further" go slightly more upbeat with an light electro addition, though his own production values don't change. But his mix of Antonelli's "The Morning" returns to the long, lingering deepness that's his trademark sound. His magic can't quite cover up the thinness of the vocals in Turner's "My Aeroplane Mania," but the steady beat does help in the regard, while the vocals in Egoexpress' "Aranda" get stripped down to individual words and a few strummed chords in a surprisingly peppy mix. Lawrence's own "Swap" returns to more angular melodies, though the title track emphasizes the emotive side of deep house, and the final track, a slower, swooping track, emerges from THE ABSENCE OF BLIGHT like a mellow phoenix. Nothing low about these lights; they're all highlights, as far as I'm concerned.
TIM

TIM

April 5, 2012
edited over 5 years ago

After being skeptical during the first song on this album I was immediately corrected in giving a negative review. Tracks 2 and 3 are excellent. And fairly simple. And most ofnthe cd reaches very good points. This immediately would sit next to Norken who's my favorite at this more polished, mature tech house type of sound. I was ho-hummed by his debut album but decided to give Lawrence another shot as I had a fiver in a used cd shop. Glad I did. I will now get his few other albums. Clean techno that's as much memorable as it is easy on the senses.