Elevate

Elevate

by Morgan Page
     
 

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If Morgan Page isn't one the hottest producer
emixers in North America, it's not for lack of trying. In 2006, Page unleashed Cease and Desist, a self-released, totally unauthorized remix set that took the club scene by storm. Rather than prosecute, the afflicted labels put Page to work, and a plethora of his legit remixes began flooding the clubs and headed

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If Morgan Page isn't one the hottest producer
emixers in North America, it's not for lack of trying. In 2006, Page unleashed Cease and Desist, a self-released, totally unauthorized remix set that took the club scene by storm. Rather than prosecute, the afflicted labels put Page to work, and a plethora of his legit remixes began flooding the clubs and headed up the Billboard charts. Elevate could be considered either Page's follow-up or debut (depending on how one wishes to treat Desist), a baker's dozen of remixes and productions, including some of his biggest hits. Among them are two of his chart-toppers, his remix of Delerium's "Angelicus" and remix -- with David Garcia -- of Nelly Furtado's "Maneater." Sadly though, his smash makeover of Jody Watley's "I Want Your Love" is conspicuous by its absence, as is his recent remodel for Stevie Nicks. In any case, Page loves the ladies, especially the ladies with vocals to die for, and this set shows just why the feeling is mutual, as both his productions and remixes absolutely coddle female vocalists, turning each one into the ultimate diva. Playing to Lissie's folkie forte, Page wraps her in slide guitar and forceful beats on "The Longest Road," and brings out the mystery of Camila Grey with exotic Eastern tinges on "One Day." Of course, Page isn't totally fem-centric, as his sparkling "Call My Name" (featuring Tyler James) and his sweep of new wave on "Fade Away" (featuring Matt Wasley) well illustrate. Across this set, Page's own productions are stunning, the remixes awesome and just as diverse a bunch. Club fans will be familiar with most of them, although the bonus Deadmau5 remix of "The Longest Road" is rather sought-after. A killer album, and a great intro to a man fast becoming a legend.

Product Details

Release Date:
12/09/2008
Label:
Imports
UPC:
5037703078925
catalogNumber:
846174

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Album Credits

Performance Credits

Morgan Page   Primary Artist,Guitar,Keyboards,Vocals
Terry Grant   Slide Guitar

Technical Credits

Charles Aznavour   Composer
Rick Nowels   Composer
Billy Steinberg   Composer
Michael Railton   Writer
Matt Slocum   Composer
Tim Mosley   Composer
Blake Hazard   Composer
Nelly Furtado   Composer
Shana Halligan   Composer
Zachary Holtzman   Composer
Dengue Fever   Composer
Kiran Shahani   Composer
Morgan Page   Composer,Producer,Engineer,Remixing
Jenny Owen Youngs   Composer
Rick Torres   Writer
Jim Beanz   Composer
Andrew Futral   Arranger
Matt Wasley   Composer
Nate Hills   Composer
Tyler James   Composer

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