D1 - Stereo - Somewhere In The Night 18:22 D2 - The Neon Judgement - The Fashion Party 23:33 D3 - Land Of Giants - Cannibal Dolls 26:56 D4 - Days Of Sorrow - Travel 29:02. Label: Angular Recording Corporation Format: 2 x Vinyl, 12" Genre: Electronic Style: New Wave, Synth-pop, Minimal Year: 2010. DISCLAIMER : I do not own any of the music/artwork featured in this video. If your property is featured and you wish for it to be removed, please message me and I will gladly oblige. The videos are uploaded simply for ational purposes.
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Be in no two minds, Schulz loves Spring, and following last night’s red carpet rollout for the season, Spring’s sure gotta love Schulz! Over the course of the In Bloom Global DJ Broadcast all-vocal trance special, every voice was raised in the celebration of the inbound season. Throughout were premiere unveilings of four previously unheard studio works, alongside the freshly minted Club Mix of lead track ‘Safe From Harm’. Each, in their own right, a hail to the new season, collectively they comprised the show’s ‘In Bloom EP’ counterpart. With all of this finery on board, the Markus Schulz Presents In Bloom Volume One bursts forth today. Don’t miss! Amplifying the audio with the visual, the official video fro Markus & Emma’s ‘Safe From Harm’ it online now. You can take it to the beach here.
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The 3 hour-plus event was shot on 16mm film with multiple cameras. Director Jopson prepared by studying the music from various live recordings, and then, consulting with producer Tammara Wells plus director of photography Martin Pitts and camera operators Ernest Dickerson, Paul Goldsmith and Don Lenser, determined the camera positions. During rehearsals Pitts and long-time associate Lou Tobin designed the lighting for show. A Date with Jimmy Smith Volume One (1957). A Date with Jimmy Smith Volume Two (1957). The Sounds of Jimmy Smith (1957).