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Boo Williams - Pleasant Dreams FLAC album

Tracklist

A1 Crissy Jazz
A2 Mistical Jorney
B1 Pleasant Dreams
B2 Piano Trance

Companies, etc.

  • Distributed By – DBH Music

Credits

  • Written-By, Producer – Boo Williams

Notes

A1 was originally released on Mistic Dreams / Chrissy Jazz, where it's called "Chrissy Jazz".
A2 was originally released on On The Dancefloor EP, where it's (correctly) called "Mystical Journey".
B1 was originally released on Hard Times.
B2 was originally released on Thera Jaz EP.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
CCE008 Boo Williams Pleasant Dreams ‎(12", Promo, W/Lbl) Chiwax CCE008 Germany 2013


Boo Williams - Pleasant Dreams FLAC album

Musician performer: Boo Williams

Title: Pleasant Dreams

Country: Germany

Date of release: 2013

Style: Acid House, Deep House, House

Genre: Electronic

Size FLAC: 1719 mb

Rating: 4.8 / 5

Votes: 953

Other Formats: AUD AHX DTS MPC AIFF MOD ADX

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Rich Vulture
Heard some stories that Chiwax released records without consenting the artists. Is this true?Edit: amazing tracks, but not very classy of Chiwax if the rumours are true
Rich Vulture
Heard some stories that Chiwax released records without consenting the artists. Is this true?Edit: amazing tracks, but not very classy of Chiwax if the rumours are true
Granijurus
you shouldn't believe rumours. I really don't think Rawax can afford re-releasing stuff without obtaining the rights. And "consent of the artists" - sorry but you do not need that in most contracts. Why should you ask the artist if he gets royalties? That's the whole point of releasing a record - you have a contract where the label has the rights to release, re-release, license, etc. - as long as they pay what's agreed. (that being said, mostly the label rights are limited to 10 years or so, but not anyone of us knows these contracts, so this whole discussion is bullshit)
Granijurus
you shouldn't believe rumours. I really don't think Rawax can afford re-releasing stuff without obtaining the rights. And "consent of the artists" - sorry but you do not need that in most contracts. Why should you ask the artist if he gets royalties? That's the whole point of releasing a record - you have a contract where the label has the rights to release, re-release, license, etc. - as long as they pay what's agreed. (that being said, mostly the label rights are limited to 10 years or so, but not anyone of us knows these contracts, so this whole discussion is bullshit)