Domino Dancing (Spanish Mixes)

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Domino Dancing (Spanish Mixes)

#1 Post by neiljulieus » Sat 01 Mar 2008, 6:26 pm

hi all

Does anyone know anything about these three mixes?:

Domino dancing (Spanish mix) 4.54
Domino dancing (Spanish extended mix) 7.49
Domino dancing (Spanish radio mix) 4.29

i seem to remember them being advertised in record collector as a cassette back in '88 but they are not talked about on any of the discographies online but they do exist. are they bootlegs?

thanks.neil

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#2 Post by Vince » Sat 01 Mar 2008, 7:03 pm

i hope they are not bootlegs, coz they are pretty good! Found some poor quality versions on the net.

I hope someone has them :(
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Re: Domino Dancing (Spanish Mixes)

#3 Post by nickname » Sat 01 Mar 2008, 7:03 pm

neiljulieus wrote:hi all

Does anyone know anything about these three mixes?:

Domino dancing (Spanish mix) 4.54
Domino dancing (Spanish extended mix) 7.49
Domino dancing (Spanish radio mix) 4.29

i seem to remember them being advertised in record collector as a cassette back in '88 but they are not talked about on any of the discographies online but they do exist. are they bootlegs?

thanks.neil
I had these mixes on mp3, I lost them when I had problems with my computer. I would like to have them again.

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#4 Post by neiljulieus » Sat 01 Mar 2008, 7:14 pm

i have them as mp3's but the bit rate is low (64and96).
i am on souls seek as nmtg9 and you should find them there. would like better quality copies though
(moderators - ive just thought this message might be against the rules - if so please edit and accept my apologies) neil

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#5 Post by Posh Boy » Sun 02 Mar 2008, 8:31 am

They are nice mixes, but mine are buried under a ton of noise. I guess they were copied from tape to tape to tape until they reached me on a cd. The Spanish Extended Mix is very similar to the Disco mix, sounds a bit like an earlier version of that mix: it's missing the 'wild' bit that starts at 4.52.

While we're on the topic of sound quality, I'd love to get my hands on some decent quality Bobby O demos.
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#6 Post by DJAMIX » Sun 02 Mar 2008, 4:07 pm

They are only available in poor quality. They were taking from a cassete demo, I think.
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Re: Domino Dancing (Spanish Mixes)

#7 Post by sandbird » Fri 14 Jun 2019, 7:05 pm

The structure of the spanish mix is close to the disco mix. The biggest difference is from 3:41 when there's a break + the piano loops and then extra segment from the full trumpet recording that only been used in this mix. The full trumpet recording in the original multitracks is 2:41 when the disco mix (and the spanish mix) including the first part of the trumpet recording and the 7" ending with around 20 seconds from the middle of the full trumpet recording. The spanish mix including additional extra part of the trumpet from somewhere between the segment used in the disco mix and the part used in the 7" mix. Anyway, except for that trumpet thing, the spanish mix including different drums and it's an early version before the amazing, and more freestyle, disco mix.

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