'The Track That...' with Andy Moor

Written by Remco on 17 November 2016 in Interviews
'The Track That...' with Andy Moor
The 16th episode of Tim Stark's 'The Track That' series is with Andy Moor. Andy celebrated the 10th anniversary of his record label AVA Recordings recently with the release of the 'AVA 10 Years' album.

The track that I wish I’d produced is... Delirium feat. Sarah Mclachlan - Silence. Purely due to how amazing it would have been to be one of the first people to get chance to play with the stunning raw vocal.

The track that could make a grown man cry is... Vangelis - Rachel’s Song. Tugs rather hard on those heart strings.

The track that never fails to put a smile on my face is... REM – Losing My Religion. It’s hard not to smile, in a strange, pensive sort of way.

The track that I’m playing every gig at the moment is... Andy Moor & Ashley Wallbridge feat. Meighan Nealon - Faces (Somna Remix). Somna’s take on this “sing a long” trancer gives it a more modern twist.

The track that shoulda been in a movie is... Andy Moor feat. Carrie Skipper - Tora’s Angel. Would lend itself to a variety of cinematic moments.

The track that is so perfect in its Original form it should never be touched by man nor remixer is... Apple Pen Pinneaple Pen! We don’t need to ever hear this tune again as a remix, thank you! It’s perfect as it is.

The track that changed my life is... The Age Of Love - The Age Of Love (Jam & Spoon Watch Out For Stella Mix). This tune grabbed me by the $%£& back in the day.

The track that I’ve just put out there is... Andy Moor & Somna - Look Back.


Read all info about AVA 10 Years here.
Listen to a preview of AVA 10 Years here.
Download AVA 10 Years here.


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