Reviews for "We are in love (very deep mix)"

We are in love (very deep mix)
by Cezary Ostrowski
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Sat, Jul 5, 2008 @ 4:21 AM

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permalink   Sat, Jul 5, 2008 @ 7:37 AM
I agree, love has many aspects. I like this. Thank you for shaping on a song.
permalink   Wed, Jul 9, 2008 @ 2:34 PM
This is a really intriguing remix. It seems to break so many rules, yet it is full of sonic seduction. One one hand I’m sometimes not quite sure, how much it really interacts with shannon’s vocal, but on the other hand it totally does in a very unique way.

Upon second and third listen, this remix keeps growing on me.

A remarkable piece of music!
permalink   Wed, Jul 9, 2008 @ 5:57 PM
Love the frosty, hollow quality to it. Very original!
Doghouse Riley
permalink   Wed, Jul 9, 2008 @ 10:00 PM
permalink   Thu, Jul 10, 2008 @ 2:57 AM
I hear a touch of William Orbit in there. Nice approach! The only thing that I feel might need fixin’ is the rhythmic nature of the vocal placement. This is very unique. : ^ )
permalink   Thu, Jul 10, 2008 @ 7:35 AM
The early beginning reminds abit on Bronsky Beat (which is not a bad thing!), but then it is obviously again your unique electro style.
And I can second Spinmeister_s comment, this remix walks on the edge of what can be done with and against a sweet, yet fragile vocal.
Impressive track!
permalink   Fri, Jul 11, 2008 @ 10:26 AM
Very cool. Sorry it took me so long to get over here. I haven’t listened to all the mixes of this pella yet but this take on it brought to mind the same thing I said about LS’s mix of it which was that indeterminacy is the hallmark of the real experience of being in love. This mix also keeps things in motion, very much on the edge of something. Nothing is neat or resolved, which, imho is the perfect musical representation of the emotional expereince.

This is rich and dark and gritty and very, very heavy and I’m all for all of that.

Hats off to the good Professor Spinmeister for ed picking this one and going beyond the obvious.
permalink   Fri, Jul 11, 2008 @ 10:02 PM
She works in Germany, taking care of the trees in an arboretum in the forest near Freiburg. To look at her—slight, conventional, wearing work coveralls, holding a rake—you might imagine her a child of nature, a latter-day agriculturalist. But you’d miss the glow in her eyes, and the color of her nails, and the way she steps with a kind of dancehall grace.

She’s been working the plants since she couldn’t make it in uni, but in her heart and mind, she’s not here in the forest—she’s in Detroit. She’s in Detroit in a club where techno began, and she’s in love. She’s in love with an American who doesn’t care that she’s plain, because he sees the way her eyes flash when she smiles. She’s in love with the kind of man she’s always dreamed about, who acts first, and questions later, and who dances like a cat burglar waltzing a princess.

Meanwhile, in Bloomfield Township, an affluent suburb of Detroit, he’s
cleaning tables in an old Italian restaurant. He should have been made a waiter by now, and he’s got the personality to do the job with grace and charm, but where he lives, folks still pay way too much attention to the color of your skin and whether they know you from the neighborhood. As he towels plates where pasta used to live, he’s dreaming of a steamy German night-club, where everything is enveloped in a brilliant Teutonic splendor, and everyone is from everywhere, and nobody cares who you are or what you are or what you do or what you say—they care whether you are part of the driving beat. He’s transported to a trans-oceanic international bazaar,where people grow up, loosen up, strap up, and dance.

In his fantasy, she’s there, a plain-pretty slight woman with fiery eyes, and they’re dancing while lights flash on and off in unfathomable patterns.They’re dancing,and nothing matters, and they are in love.

They are in love, but they are an ocean away. They know one another exist, but they may never meet.
But they put on the ear plugs of their cheap mp3 players, and Cezary is there to greet them, and for a moment they are together—and they are, across the distance in love.

Welcome back, Cezary!
permalink   radiotimes Fri, Jul 11, 2008 @ 10:54 PM
On my Gurdonark review appreciation scale this is now number one!!
permalink   essesq Sat, Jul 12, 2008 @ 5:10 AM
Reviewing itself can be an art form, and it doesn’t get any better than this … holy cow …
permalink   Fri, Jul 11, 2008 @ 11:08 PM
I only stopped by this time to read Mr G’s review but I thought I’d give it another listen and this is one that does indeed need 2-3 listens to work.

The arhythmic style is a great idea but I do think at times it goes too far and works against itself.

Original mix for this type of vox and for that you deserve the praise you have recieved.
permalink   Sat, Jul 12, 2008 @ 9:24 PM
for me this is the best use of Shannons vocals—it just takes them to another place thats so far from the original and I do like where you took them.
Very nice and youve got me all inspired!
permalink   Mon, Jul 14, 2008 @ 8:28 PM
Very Cool
permalink   Mon, Jul 21, 2008 @ 8:14 AM
Mr. Ostrowski! This is excellent! Nice work. I love the vibe of this one. Simple yet powerful. Dark yet intriguing. It really draws the listener in!
permalink   Cezary Ostrowski Mon, Jul 21, 2008 @ 11:27 AM
I’d like to thank you ALL for yer kind opinions about my work…
Jacob Nowak
permalink   Mon, Jul 5, 2010 @ 4:25 PM
Czarku this is great mix. Beside enigmatic ‘technotronic’ mood I like the way you mixed vocal and music. You’ve made something fresh. Creative hand. Nice to listen here someone from Poland too