Ambient house classic repressed! Originally released in 1989, Sueno Latino's eponymous track took the balearic sound from the beach side to the masses, eventually hitting #1 in some European countries. The track itself borrows heavily from Manuel Gottsching's influential krautrock masterpiece "E2-E4," but adds a bumping 4 x 4 rhythm to groove as well as some atmospheric accoutrements (peep those EMU Loon samples). The original "E2-E4" was about an hour long (talk about vibing for days), so Sueno Latino's condensed version was a perfect rework for the late 80's dancefloor. This 2015 reissue features 4 flavors of the track including the original Paradise version, the Agua version that adds a liquid ambient element, the Winter mix that shifts the focus from the guitar melody, and Derrick May's extra deep Illusion First mix. Recommended.
- music label: DFC 1989 / 2015
reviewed by Baggy Tapir 02/2016
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