Re: Luciano - Rise Of Angel (James Lavelle & Charlie May Re-edit)

Isn't the first time May's engineered a track and hasn't put his name to it and won't be the last..

Personally I love what May and Lavelle have done with Ride & Rise of Angel, each to their own but groundbreaking stuff if you ask me

Re: Luciano - Rise Of Angel (James Lavelle & Charlie May Re-edit)

If all goes to plan Rise of Angel (Lavelle & May Edit) guna be a free d/l soon

Re: Luciano - Rise Of Angel (James Lavelle & Charlie May Re-edit)

Gav Collins wrote:

Isn't the first time May's engineered a track and hasn't put his name to it and won't be the last..

That's a given of course

Re: Luciano - Rise Of Angel (James Lavelle & Charlie May Re-edit)

Andy C wrote:

May engineered the Lana Del Ray track, but didn't put his name to that one... odd

As said. Certainly not the first/last time he'll do that.

The production is unmistakably May, though.

The geek in me loved that video.

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Re: Luciano - Rise Of Angel (James Lavelle & Charlie May Re-edit)

I can't decide whether it's a right old racket, or the best thing I've heard since Lizard. The latter may be down to my Baresso Strawberry Frappuccino just kicking in.

Keep it FLAC. Say NO to variable bit rates.

Re: Luciano - Rise Of Angel (James Lavelle & Charlie May Re-edit)

Presto wrote:

The geek in me loved that video.

Me too, disappointed it was only 20 odd minutes tbh

Re: Luciano - Rise Of Angel (James Lavelle & Charlie May Re-edit)

shocked at comments here - sure its no club banger but its pretty impressive

Re: Luciano - Rise Of Angel (James Lavelle & Charlie May Re-edit)

It's a good track but the vocal should be removed. It adds nothing to it

Re: Luciano - Rise Of Angel (James Lavelle & Charlie May Re-edit)

Why do all the "studios" of well known prog producers look like a students bedroom?

Was expecting gargantuan mixing desks and lobster and champagne everywhere..

Re: Luciano - Rise Of Angel (James Lavelle & Charlie May Re-edit)

smallman1 wrote:

Was expecting gargantuan mixing desks and lobster and champagne everywhere..

Prog house isn't the prog rock of Senior Smallman, Ed.  You should know that of all people.