Stats for this track
In 9 Sets
- 338 Tracks, 27.23.36
- 12 Tracks, 39.01
- 207 Tracks, 17.38.41
- 48 Tracks, 5.14.51
- 10 Tracks, 35.21
With “Movin’“, Marlow delivers the first vocal track on Moon Harbour for a long time. Responsible for the vocals is singer Franziska Grohmann a.k.a. Delhia, who has already been featured on Marlow’s last EP “Quiet” (MHR 017). Many will know her from her long lasting contribution to the works of Jena-based Wighnomy Brothers and Freude am Tanzen. The original mix of “Movin’” (a2) brings in a feeling of spring with the warm, song-like arrangement and its embracing groove.
“Marlow’s Movin’ Bassline Mix” (a1) is a reinvention of this, holding back the song structures of the original, cutting up Delia’s vocals and adding micro-parts of Acid to the melody.
Matthias Tanzmann’s Remix (b1) must feel like a psychotic brother to this: No more spring approaching, instead you are right back in Moon Harbours dryly kicking world of sweat, master plan and bodyrock. Driving alongside successful “Bad Ass Mixes” by Daniel Stefanik (MHR 023) and Matthias’ own “Bulldozer” (MHR 022 – ranked 5th in March/April charts of Germany’s “Groove” magazine), this one kicks as well with its tight percussive Tech-House. One clever mix, adding another killer bomb to today’s Moon Harbour sound.
Release/catalogue number: MHR024-6
Release date: Apr 26, 2006