Another two club bangers from The Invisible Session’s album repertoire, as remixed by the hugely influential UK DJs, Phil Asher and Faze Action (aka the Lee brothers). The two club re-works are in slick UK dance style.
The appeasing feeling in the song “I knew the way” remains, although it is elegantly transported to the clubs’ atmosphere courtesy of the touch given by veteran DJ/producer Phil Asher. Even though the bass drum is in 4/4 the result is always soulful, ever groovy and never predictable. As proved by Mr Asher’s care for details and sound effects, as well as the twiddled keys by non-other-than Mark De-Clive Lowe. This vinyl presents the vocal piece in fine soulful-house style on Side A.
Whereas on Side B is to be found the remix of an instrumental piece in the album “Heroes Of the Conquest”. More driving and faster than the other 2 instrumentals of the album, “Invisible Blessing” and “Three For You”, this re-work of it by respected dance-duo Faze Action is rich in bongos, sound effects and delays. In a smart way the powerful horn section of the original piece is here lead to impress and shake the tune to a possibly even higher extent, melting the latin- jazz influence into a strongly rhythmic club tune.
The right combo for the clubs’ collection fall/winter ’07 is set on this 12″ with The Invisible Session remixed by Phil Asher’s Restless Soul and Faze Action productions. Trust the DJs. And Schema Records.