Ski Oakenfull

I Can See The Future (Ski's Main Mix)

Format(s): 
Track on LP
Format(s): 
Remix
Artist Name: 
Incognito
I Can See The Future (Ski's Main Mix)
Sample Audio : I Can See The Future (Ski's Main Mix) (Track 01)

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Tracklisting: 
01 I Can See The Future (Ski's Main Mix)
Tracklisting: 
02 I Can See The Future (Ski's Instrumental)
Release Date: 
7 February, 2000
Record Label(s): 
Talkin' Loud
Role(s): 
Performer (Other Artist's Music)
Role(s): 
Remixer (Ski)

The Mario Biondi Remix performed live at Wind Music Awards 2010

I did programming & keyboards on this Incognito remix.. Check out Bluey playing Moog in this 'Live' performance :-)

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Rising Son LP [mp3]

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Artist: 
Ski Oakenfull

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Undercover EP [mp3]

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Artist: 
Ski Oakenfull

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A track from Ski Oakenfull's debut album Life Changes, it features Ski on vocals. A deep soulful house groove with a hypnotic bassline, this track came out in 2000 just after the first single Fifths. It features a wonderful deep house remix from the legendary Silicon Soul boys and also a more funky 2 step mix from The Phunk Master. Hope you like it!


Life Changes LP [mp3]

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Artist: 
Ski Oakenfull

'Life Changes' was Ski's first solo album released in 2000 by Columbia France and then later by the lesser known NGenda in the UK. ....a refreshingly eclectic take on house, disco, soul and jazz funk, showcasing Ski's myriad influences and musical styles. It moves from the steady frug of debut single 'Fifths' through the lithe disco soul of 'Soul Vibration' (featuring Earl Zinger) and spatial grooves of 'Seratonin' to the hi-energy tinged 'Where Did The Love Go' (featuring Fire Island vocalist Marc Antony). Add the acidic beat poetry of 'Drop it', the US deep house of 'Undercover', the French-English sonic lament of 'On My Way' (featuring Mauritian chanteuse Nina Madhoo), together with the ambient jazz of 'Life Changes' (featuring Rose Smith)


On My Way

So Beautiful

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Released 2005 on BBE Records. Directed by Mark Splinter.