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David Morley - The Shuttle EP album

David Morley - The Shuttle EP album
  • Performer David Morley
  • Title The Shuttle EP
  • Date of release 1993
  • Country Belgium
  • Style IDM, Techno, Ambient
  • Other formats MP4 ASF ASF TTA AHX MIDI WAV
  • Genre Electronic
  • Size MP3 1603 mb
  • Size FLAC 1355 mb
  • Rating: 4.9
  • Votes: 273

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1993 The Shuttle EP. 01 - Phased Ou. p3. 02 - The First Floor. 04 - Evolution (Re-Worked).

David Morley tracks ooze with synth texture. This one is perfect for the ambient room, sunrise at out door parties, and after hours. I wouldn’t exactly call it a prime-time club belter, but I’ve seen clubs go off when I least expect it so what do I know. Has it stood the test of time? I played it last year at Bumbershoot and kids were shazaming it to no avail so, yeah. So it goes with timeless work and sounds.

Stardancer EP. Play album. 4 tracks · 31 December 1995. The Shuttle EP. The Origin of Storms. 6 tracks · 29 April 2016. 10 tracks · 23 December 2014.

On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. All materials are provided for educational purposes. Released at: This album was released on the label R & S Records (catalog number RS 93030). This album was released in 1993-00-00 year. The album included the following session artists: Producer, Written-By.

David Morley (born 6 August 1965 in London, England) was a child actor, and most notably featured in Stanley Kubrick's Barry Lyndon. Morley now lives in Belgium, where he works as an electronic musician and producer. He was the in-house engineer for R&S Records in the 1980s and 1990s. He worked with DJ Andrea Parker for many years, co-writing and producing her album Kiss My Arp and many of her other releases. He has released four of his own albums: Tilted, Ghosts, Sanctum, and The Origin of Storms.


Phased Out 5:06
The First Floor 6:24
Lost Sound 7:12
Evolution Re-Worked 4:10
Big Ben 5:53


Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
RS 93030 David Morley The Shuttle EP ‎(12", EP, Cle) R & S Records RS 93030 Belgium 1993
RS 93030 David Morley The Shuttle EP ‎(12", EP) R & S Records RS 93030 Belgium Unknown

Talk about David Morley - The Shuttle EP

why rave when u can float ? ? ? ?
as far as entries in the realm of "sitting on the couch techno"go this one is pretty seminal... phased out drum track A1 is a revelation
serious stuff, especially if you are in to interstellar hyperwave travel
As time ticks on, I question why I began loving things.......this is from a time when I never asked why, I just loved it........first floor, first class
one life
Essential .
Please oh please rerelease/release an enhanced version of this ep. First Floor is too good of a gem to be forgotten.
By far and away my favorite David Morley song, First Floor is as sublime as they get. Electro, deep house, ambient and downtempo all combine in a jazzy and futuristic but reflective journey. The piano and baseline really combine in opposite sides of the spectrum to great effect. Even adding a space funk in there with fun. I'm sure when creating this song David may have had conflicts on where to take the track at times. There are so many good parts that could develop other wise and stand on their own all just add to a romantic and terrific sci-fi adventure. Easily in my top 100 techno songs of all times.