Performed by Ronan Hardiman - Written by Ronan Hardiman
Taken from the album Solas
Published by Polygram Island Music (PRS) - (p)&(c) 1997 Polydor Ltd. (UK)
Performed by Moby - Written by Moby
Taken from the album Play
Published by The Little Idiot (BMI)/
Warner-Tamerlaine Publishing Corp. (BMI) - (p)&(c) 1999 Rave New World
under exclusive license to V2 Records, Inc.
Written, programmed and performed by Balligomingo - Guest vocals by Camille Miller
Mixed by Greg Reidy
Taken from the forthcoming album Beneath The Surface
Published by Experience Soundescape Productions (BMI) - (p)&(c) 2000 Experience Soundescape Productions
Lunch With The King
Performed by Thomas Newman - Written by Thomas Newman
Taken from the soundtrack American Beauty
Published by Cherry Lane Music Co. (BMI) - (p)&(c) 2000 SKG Music LLC
Through The Seas Of Life
Performed by Pilgrimage - Written by Simon Cloquet and Eric Calvi
Taken from the album 9 Songs Of Ecstacy
Published by Pilgrimage Music (ASCAP) and Invisible Path Music (ASCAP) - (p)&(c) 1997 Point Music
Performed by Govinda - Written by Shane O’Madden
Taken from the album Entwined & Entranced
Published by Shane O’Madden (BMI) - (p)&(c) 1999 Earthtone Records
Performed by Faithless - Written by Rollo and Sister Bliss
Taken from the album Sunday 8PM
Published by BMG Songs, Inc. (ASCAP) - and Warner/Chappell Music Limited (PRS)
(p) 1998 Arista Records, Inc. - (c) 1998 Cheeky Records Ltd.
Performed by Soma Sonic - Vocal samples by Amanda Weiss
Written by Francois Paterson and Dominic Paterson
Taken from the album Future
Published by Subsonic Recordings (SOCAN) - (p)&(c) 2000 Sonic Images Electronica
Performed by Ikarus - Written by Wolfgang Stindl and Harald Pairits
Taken from the forthcoming album Touch The Sun
Published by Treadstone Music (BMI) - (p)&(c) 2000 Sonic Images Electronica
Performed by Yasue - Written by Yasue
Taken from the album Cosmic Pandora
Published by EMI Music Publishing Japan (JASRAC) - (p)&(c) 1997 Cosmic Factory, Inc.
Soul Of Desire
Performed by Phobos - Written by Marc Adams Allison
Taken from the album Phobos
Published by Buddha Head Music (BMI) - (p)&(c) 1999 Neurodisc Records, Inc.
The Sun And The Moon And The Stars
Performed by The Spirit Of Eden - With Davy Spillane
Written by Jimmy Smyth
Taken from the album The Sun And The Moon And The Stars - Published by Copyright Control
(p)&(c) 1998 Celtic Heartbeat Ltd. and Universal Records, Inc.
Shades Of The Otherworld
Performed by Dagda - Written by Reg Keating
Taken from the album Celtic Trance
Published by KT Music (PRS) - (p)&(c) 1999 Paras Recording Company and Owl Records
Performed by Clair Marlo - Written by Clair Marlo
Taken from the forthcoming album The Voice
Published by Tarzana Jane (ASCAP) - (p)&(c) 2000 Earthtone Records
Performed by Alkaemy - Written by Julia Taylor Stanley and Miriam Stockley
Taken from the album The Merlin Mystery
Published by Warner/Chappell Music Limited (BMI) - (p)&(c) 1998 Earthtone Records
Album Compiled by Brad Pressman
Mastered by Erik Loponen and Nick Rawson at The Other Studio (Toronto, Canada)
Design: Doerte Lau, Wolfgang Fenchel
The record label Earthone Records has just released the third volume of the ELEVATION series, the new CD being
- in my opinion - the coolest so far! Among the artists present here are Faithless, Govinda and Moby; the sound
is extraordinary (through the variety of compositions) and it will play well as background for any occasion!
Music Box Magazine (Romania)
May 4, 20000
One of the better compilation series in circulation, ELEVATION 3 and its offspring (particularly this third volume)
are very appealing samplers targeted to listeners with an appetite for world/mystic/ambient/groove music.
Showcasing 15 acts, ELEVATION 3 is a feast of largely stellar tracks from the seductive, slow-twitch zone of the
electronica spectrum. Opening with the gorgeous 1997 New Age pop hit "Love Song," by Ronan Hardiman, the
disc moves from one delicious track ("Rushing" from Moby) to another (the Delerium-like "Lost" by Balligomingo.
While not flawless (we could have been spared the childlike chanting of Yasue on "Peaceful Village"), the album
is loaded with gems, including the beguiling, jazz-tinged throb from Soma Sonic ("Blueskies"), the subsonic
stealth funk of Faithless ("The Garden"), and the whispered-in-your-ear passion of "Soul of Desire" (by Phobos).
As soon as you exit, on Alkaemy's ethereal "Enchantment," you yearn for the disc to begin anew. Anyone
attracted to "moods"-related samplers should investigate this one. Splendid listening.
Amazon.com Editorial Reviews
May 9, 2000