Category Archives: Gregorio
01 I Know The Lord (The Lords Anthem Born Again Radio Mix)
02 I Know The Lord (The Evangelist Radio Mix)
03 I Know The Lord (The Lords Anthem Original Radio Mix)
04 I Know The Lord (Way Out West Epic Mix)
05 I Know The Lord (Gregorio Mix)
06 I Know The Lord (The Lords Anthem Born Again Mix)
INFO > No clue who produced this one-off single as The Tabernacle. “I Know The Lord” was initially released in 1995, then reissued the following year with new mixes, including an epic rework by WOW.
01 Will You Be With Me
02 Love Is The God (Edit)
03 Naked And Sacred (Gregorio Mix)
04 Love Is The God (Sugar Bush Vocal)
INFO > Co-written by Maria Nayler and Sasha, “Love Is The God” was intended as Nayler’s second single; however, only promo releases were made available. Instead, the song was commercially issued as a double A-side single alongside “Will You Be With Me.” The CD includes Gregorio’s remix of “Naked And Sacred”; Tom Hayes’ trance take on “Love Is The God” is appended here as a bonus.
1997 Cowboy Records (UK)
RODEO 956 CD
01. Gottaman (Eat Me Edit)
02. Gottaman (Pizzaman Mix)
03. Gottaman (Distant Drums Mix)
04. Gottaman (Gregorio Mix)
INFO > Produced by Play Boys and Norman Cook, “Gottaman” was Cowboy’s last commercial release (a DJ promo remix pack of William Pitt’s “City Lights” bears the label’s final catalog number, RODEO 957 12DJ). The Distant Drums duo of Simeon Friend and Mike Mukhopadhyay (also in Beat Foundation) provide a progressive house rework.
Los Del Mar
1996 Pulse-8 Records (UK)
CD LOSE 101
01. Macarena (Radio Version)
02. Macarena (Mar Fe Mix)
03. Macarena (Gregorio Mix)
04. Macarena (Beat Foundation Full Frontal Mix)
05. Macarena (Beat Foundation Infinity Dub)
INFO > No, this isn’t another April Fool’s joke. Yes, “Macarena” is one of the most annoying one hit wonders of all time, so it’s surprising to find a couple of great remixes here. When Pulse-8 licensed the single for a UK release, the label thankfully enlisted Beat Foundation to overhaul the tune as a progressive house workout—the ‘Infinity Dub’ is a hidden gem among BF’s credits.
Trivia > This is not the original “Macarena,” but rather a cover version—Spanish duo Los Del Rio wrote and recorded the song that became an international hit in 1995 and spawned the short-lived dance craze.