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Артист: Francois K. Название: Time And Space Жанр: House Год выхода: 1998 Label:: Wave Music (US) О музыке:
Born and raised in France, Kevorkian's passion for music led him to play the drums in his adolescent years. He moved to the United States in
1975, hoping to find more challenges than those he faced at home. During that time the competition to be a drummer at most gigs was very high, so he
refocused his efforts in becoming a DJ in underground New York City clubs, around 1976. His career soon skyrocketed, and as a result he quickly made
DJing his full-time occupation, although some work was still at more commercial venues such as the club New York, New York in 1977. He taught himself
tape editing and started making disco medleys, some of which are still popular to this day, such as Rare Earth's "Happy Song". He was offered a
position doing A R for a nascent dance indie record label, Prelude Records, which allowed him to go into the studio and do remixes. His first remix,
of a Patrick Adams production, "In The Bush" by Musique became a wild success both in clubs and on the radio. It was the first of many remixes that
helped Prelude define the sound of New York's dance music, including many memorable songs, including "You're The One For Me' and "Keep
On" by D-Train, and "Beat The Street" by Sharon Redd. His stint at Prelude ended in 1982, the same year where he had the most number one singles in
Billboard's Dance Music Chart, which included his remixes of now-classic songs such as "Situation" by Yazoo, and "Go Bang" by Dinosaur L.
During this time he decided to build his own recording studio, Axis Studios, which ironically shared the same building as Studio 54. It quickly turned
into a major commercial operation. Due to the pressures of studio work, he had abandoned DJing around 1983 to dedicate himself to recording and mixing
full-time, but couldn't stay away from the turntables, and started spinning again in early 1990. The scene had really become much more
international, and he quickly was able to start traveling and gaining much exposure overseas, including Japan. He toured Japan, DJ'ing with Larry
Levan in the Summer of 1992 (the 'Harmony Tour') right before Levan's death in November of that same year. The demand for his DJ
appearances led him to start traveling to many of the best club venues around the world, including London's 'Ministry Of Sound' and
'Fabric', Japan's 'Spacelab Yellow', Ibiza's 'Pacha' and 'Space', as well as Italy's
'Angels Of Love' and many large-scale festivals.
By 1995, he decided to start an eclectic independent record label, Wave Music which allowed him to find an outlet for his own creative endeavours,
including the FK-EP, as well as signing records by Abstract Truth, Floppy Sounds and a slew of other electronic music releases. Then in 1996, he
(along with partner John Davis) became involved in starting what arguably became one of New York's most revered weekly parties, Body SOUL which
took place every Sunday afternoon at Club Vinyl (6 Hubert Street), playing along with co-resident DJs Joaquin 'Joe' Claussell and Danny
Krivit for a mixed crowd of ecstatic and faithful dancers from all over the world. The 'Body SOUL' sound, a unique soulful mix of very
organic and spiritual dance music grooves, led to the release of a successful compilation series by the same name.
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01 Time And Space (Original Mix) 10:23
02 The Zone (Original Mix) 8:26