Evolution – Phoenix

01 Phoenix (Original Mix)
02 Phoenix (Breeder Remix)
03 Phoenix (Radio Edit)

INFO > The professional partnership of Barry Jamieson and Jon Sutton dates back to the mid-1980s, when the duo branded themselves as Evolution and later set up the Positive Vinyl label to release their first singles. Evolution’s debut, 1990’s “Came Outa Nowhere”, provided fledgling producer Alexander Coe with his first remix opportunity; that experience initiated a longtime working friendship between Sasha and Jamieson. Evolution signed with Deconstruction in 1993, and found success with both mainstream and underground audiences. “Phoenix” was first widely heard in 1996 on Sasha and John Digweed’s first “Northern Exposure” compilation; however the tune wouldn’t see a full release until 1999, via Jamieson and Sutton’s Fluid Recordings.

Posted on October 19, 2012, in Breeder, Evolution. Bookmark the permalink. 7 Comments.

  1. Another fantastic track, I didn’t realise it took so long to actually get a release.

  2. if you like it, you can write about it. Just that, greedings from greece.
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  3. excellent cd-3
    thanks
    Also, glad to see you back up and posting, we all appreciate the hard work you put into this site.

  4. Any chance you have the Bill Hamel remix? That was the one which got caned when this came out. Digweed, Tenaglia and piled of others played that version.

    • I wish I did. All of those 1999 mixes should have been piled onto the CD single, along with the full-length Breeder and original mixes. Or at least made available to download. Sorry, Bob.

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