||Reflections CDs (2003)
Simon Walker discography As both a club DJ and a record producer, Paul Van Dyk is known for fusing the crowd-pleasing aspects of house and trance, and 2003's REFLECTIONS follows suit, while adding a string of pop ...
||Gatecrasher Anthems 2010 CDs (2010) |
Simon Walker albums Mixed by Paul van Dyk, Gatecrasher Anthems is a triple-disc mix album of trance favorites intermixed with more recent material from the DJ/producer's label Vandit Records. It was released a year after the retrospective ...
||Holland Park Non-Stop CD (2011) |
Simon Walker discography Liner Note Author: Peter Vacher.
Recording information: Phoenix Sound (08/17/2010); Pinewood Studios (08/17/2010).
Photographers: Richard Blanshard; Robin Holland.
Arranger: Frank Griffith.
Personnel: Tina May (vocals); Matt Wates, Sam Mayne (flute, alto saxophone); Bob Sydor, Frank Griffith, Karen Sharp ...
||Globalhead CD (2007) |
Simon Walker albums Audio Mixer: Paul Madden.
Recording information: Castle Dubulah, Kings Cross; Intimate Studios, London, England; Loophole Studios, Brighton; Studio Passionos 13, Athens, Greece; Workhole Studios, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
Photographers: Neil Sparkes; Phil Houghton.
Translator: Joe Legwabe.
Temple of Sound: ...
||Time of Our Lives (2003) |
Simon Walker CD discography 'Time Of Our Lives' is the second single from Paul van Dyk's 2003 album Reflections. Includes 6 non album mixes, 4 for 'Time Of Our Lives' - The Radio Mix, PvD Club Mix, PvD ...
||If I Don't Come Home You'll Know I'm Gone CD (2009) |
Simon Walker music CDs Produced by Grammy-nominated Howard Bilerman (Arcade Fire), If I Don't Come Home You'll Know I'm Gone is the second album from the Canadian collective fronted by Gavin Gardner, the Wooden Sky. Previously known as ...
||Best of Natacha Atlas CD (2005)
Simon Walker songs A well thought-out collection for both fans and newcomers, The Best of Natacha Atlas is one of those all too rare compilations with the artist's involvement. Atlas not only picked the songs, she's decided ...
||Protoplasmic/Descension CDs (2005) |
Simon Walker CD discography Includes Flux's PROTOPLASMIC (1997) and Slab's DESCENSION (1987).
Personnel: Ruth Collins, James Plotkin (vocals); Paul Jarvis (guitar); Simon Walker (violin); Ian On Awi Watson (trumpet); Bill Davies (bass guitar); Chris Baker (drums).
Audio Mixer: Barry Clempson.
||Best Of CD (1998)
Simon Walker music CDs With the House of Love's albums getting increasingly difficult to obtain, it was a pleasant surprise to see Mercury U.S. release Best Of in 1998. A gorgeous package with a debatable track selection, the ...
||Halim CD (1997) |
Simon Walker songs Atlas' second solo record -- for some strange reason never released in America, where the first and third were -- continues in her vein of excellent Arabic singing combined with a wide variety of ...
||Reggae Philharmonic Orchestra CD |
Simon Walker CD discography Recording information: Greenwood Studios, London, England (02/1988).
Photographer: Richard Haughton.
Arrangers: Mykaell S. Riley; Reggae Philharmonic Orchestra.
Personnel: Mykaell S. Riley (vocals, drums); Marc d'Aieur, Nick Page (guitar, acoustic guitar); Steve Bradshaw (violin, viola, cello); Ellen Blair ...
||Diaspora CD (1995) |
Simon Walker albums Even in the increasingly multicultural western musical landscape of the 1990s, Natacha Atlas has more right than most to claim multiculturalism. The half-Jewish Egyptian-Palestinian diva is fluent in four languages and, besides her training in classical singing, she trained in the raq shari, the art of bellydancing. Her toasting has also been an integral element in the success of U.K. trance-techno group Transglobal Underground, and on her debut album, she ...
||Behold A Pale Horse CD (2010) |
Simon Walker music CDs Personnel: Aaron Wright (vocals, guitar); Will Harris (vocals, keyboards); Chris Agnew (vocals); Alan Ross (harmonica); Simon Walker (drums).
||Time Of Our Lives/Connected PT.1 |
Simon Walker discography Photographers: Olaf Heine; Yoshika Horita.
Personnel: Bruce Gainsford (guitar); Simon Walker (bass guitar).
Recording information: Eden Studios, London, England; Nucleus.