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Atmosfear - En Trance (1981) [Reissue 2005]

8-09-2014, 15:13
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Atmosfear - En Trance (1981) [Reissue 2005]

Artist: Atmosfear
Title Of Album: En Trance
Year Of Release: 2005
Label: Discotheque / DQFCD013
Genre: Future Jazz, Funk, Disco, Garage House
Total Time: 1:17:31
Format: Mp3 / FLAC (tracks +.cue, log-file)
Quality: CBR 320 kbps / Lossless
Total Size: 186 mb / 537 mb

Atmosfear - En Trance (1981) [Reissue 2005]

Atmosfear was never designed as a live band and we never played any gigs at the time. 'En Trance' was recorded in a small studio called Gateway around Wandsworth in London - it was just a garage, really, with an 8-track desk. The engineer was a guy called Dave Ward, who now runs the Gateway School Of Recording in Kingston.

"I remember the sessions. We weren't recording to set tunes, it all just emerged from the muscians jamming together. On 'Dancing In Outer Space, Lester brought in that bassline. Ray, the drummer, wasn't an establiedh professional player - he was still quite new which was a good thing, in a way. He just tried out this rhythm which came out as something very different to the norm. Andy was leading the session but it was all quite open - we would all dip in with ideas and the ones that worked stuck. Once we had laid down the tracks, some simple overdubs were added, some effects, that was it."

'Dancing In Outer Space' surfaced as the debut release on Sojka's Elite label in 1979, backed with 'Outer Space' a slower funk treatment of the track. The record swiftly moved through the gears - from basic initial pressings to slicker copies featuring a new Jerry Pike designed Elite logo and licence deal with MCA. It gathered a similar pace on international dancefloors, most significantly in New York where DJ Larry Levan, controller at the fabled Paradise Garage club has became known for his eclectic sets and a penchant for spacious sounds and strong production values on the unparalleled Garage sound system. During the '80s heyday, the record sat perfectly alongside futuristic dubscapes like Eddy Grant's 'Timewarp' and the post-punk of ESG and Liquid Liquid - Sojka promptly became royalty on the Big Apple's thriving underground dancefloors.


1 Free Tonight 6:55
2 Duende 5:53
3 Creators Dream 8:43
4 Interplay 6:04
5 Funk The Rock 5:20
6 Invasion 7:35
7 Return Of LB 6:14

Bonus Tracks
8 Dancing In Outer Space 9:24
9 Outer Space 6:00
10 Extract 5:25
11 Motivation 8:43

Acoustic Guitar – Andrej Z Sojka
Arranged By – Atmosfear
Bass – Lester J Batchelor II
Drums – Keith Northover (tracks: 2, 3, 7), Raymond Johnson (tracks: 1, 4, 5, 6)
Effects [Sound Effects] – Jerry Pike
Electric Piano [Wurlitzer] – Peter Hinds
Guitar [Lead Rhythm] – Andrej Z Sojka
Liner Notes [Sleevenotes] – Quinton Scott
Percussion [Congas, Bongos, Tambourine, Cabasa, Claves] – Leroy Williams
Producer – A Sojka, J Pike, L J Batchelor
Rhythm Guitar – Anthony Antoniou
Saxophone [Alto & Tenor] – Stewart Cawthorne
Synthesizer [Bass] – Lester J Batchelor II
Synthesizer [Prophet 5 & Roland Strings] – Peter Hinds
Trumpet – David Allen
Vocals – Lester J Batchelor II
Vocals [Backing] – Richard De Jongh
Vocals [Lead & Backing] – Carol Kenyon
Vocals [Lead] – Anthony Antoniou



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