#7: 5 x Timeless tracks that shouldn’t be lacking at any house party

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Some tracks unmistakable head the list of epic house classics – for always and ever. Opinionated, timeless tracks with a undeniable own sound, that, from the first second on, sets the tone and forces experts to rebound their head. Enclosed tracks are only five examples of tracks that reached this status. In a future edition of Marcy Goes Wild, more of these top-productions will be put in the spotlights.  


My personal favorite remains Plastic Dreams by Jaydee aka Robin Albers. In the nineties Robin, to me, was an intimidating house hero whom I had never expected to meet in person. It’s a long way that has no turning. These days I dare to call Robin a friend.



Since a visit to the Dance Fair last year, the successor on my list, Secret Cinema, has become even more special than before. During a very interesting lecture by Jeroen Verheij – mister Secret Cinema – the intriguing story behind the track Timeless Altitude came to life for me. Considering the fact that this title is still perfectly applicable to this pearl, it was extremely well-chosen, back in the day.  The fifth track on my list is also of Dutch origin. Quazar = Gert van Veen.


 Timeless tracks


It’s rather obvious: Robin, Jeroen and Gert stood at the cradle of house music. To these men, among some others, to these pioneers, we should say thanks, at the very least because they’re the ones whom are responsible for the fact that The Netherlands, a quarter of a century later, are still ‘the place to be’ when it comes down to quality high-end dance music. Until today they’re a huge source of inspiration for many others! And that’s something we may all be very proud of!

#robinalbers #quazar #secretcinema


Jaydee – Plastic Dreams (1993)



Timeless Altitude – Secret Cinema (1994)



The Age Of Love (Jam & Spoon mix) (1992)



Producers werken zich uit de naad met als gevolg dat er dagelijks duizenden tracks uit komen. Hoe steek je met je hoofd boven het maaiveld uit? Tegelijkertijd is er voor dj’s die goede tracks zoeken bijna geen beginnen meer aan: hoe vind je tussen al die duizenden releases nog die pareltjes, de blijvers, de kwalitatief hoogstaande tracks? Je zou er bijna een dagtaak aan hebben. Gelukkig is daar Marceline, die de weg wijst in de muzikale jungle van nu en toen. Elke twee weken belicht ze vijf tracks, vrijwel altijd dance gerelateerd, doch een sporadische trip down memory lane is niet uitgesloten.


Humanoid-Stakker Humanoid (1988)


‪Quazar – The Seven Stars (1991)





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