Dimension Mix

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Dimension Mix
Compilation album by Various artists
Released August 23, 2005 (2005-08-23)
Genre Electronica, breakbeat
Length 75:12
Label Eenie Meenie
Producer Ross Harris

Dimension Mix is a compilation album from indie record label Eenie Meenie Records released on August 23, 2005. The CD is a tribute to Dimension 5 Records and the music of electronic sound pioneers Bruce Haack and Esther Nelson.

The album features Eenie Meenie artists such as From Bubblegum to Sky, Oranger, Blue-Eyed Son, and DJ Me DJ You as well as more popular artists such as Beck, Eels, Stereolab, and The Apples in Stereo.

The profits made from the project are donated to Cure Autism Now to "benefit" autistic children. The album was produced by Ross Harris, who has an autistic son.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Funky Little Song" – Beck – 5:15
  2. "Mudra" – Stereolab – 6:44
  3. "I'm Bruce (Dimension 5 Mega Mix)" – Fantastic Plastic Machine – 4:47
  4. "Liza Jane" – The Apples in Stereo – 3:16
  5. "Spiders" – Money Mark – 4:01
  6. "Popcorn" – Tipsy – 2:28
  7. "Jelly Dancers" – EELS – 4:36
  8. "School 4 Robots" – Brother Cleve – 4:14
  9. "Catfish" – Oranger – 3:55
  10. "Walking Eagle" – Anubian Lights – 5:56
  11. "Army Ants in Your Pants" – Irving – 4:18
  12. "Soul Transportation" – DJ Me DJ You – 5:16
  13. "Abracadabra" – From Bubblegum to Sky – 2:02
  14. "Listen" – Chris Kachulis – 2:43
  15. "African Lullaby" – Geoffrey Owen & Mary Christopher – 2:42
  16. "Upside Down" – Blue-Eyed Son – 2:19
  17. "Rain of Earth" – The Stone Throw Singers – 5:13
  18. "Nothing To Do" – Danielson Famile – 2:15
  • The promo CD given to stores to give away contained samples of the songs on the album, each under a minute, as well as ten additional full-length songs not on the proper album:
  1. "Crooked in the Weird of the Catacombs" - Oranger
  2. "Ear Nose & Throat" - Troubled Hubble
  3. "For Guys' Eyes Only" - Hockey Night
  4. "Beers in Heaven" - Space Needle
  5. "The Falcon" - ULYSSES
  6. "Do I Know You" - PINE*am
  7. "Queen of Verlane" - The High Water Marks feat. Hilarie Sidney of The Apples in Stereo
  8. "L-O-V-E" - Irving
  9. "Operation Big Beat" - From Bubblegum to Sky
  10. "Sunburn" - Blue-Eyed Son

Personnel[edit]

All recordings copyright 2005 Eenie Meenie Records except track 1 (copyright 2004 Interscope Records) and track 7 (copyright 2004 EELS).

Funky Lil' Song[edit]

  • Beck: guitar and vocals
  • Erik Richards: piano, bass, sitar and drums
  • Ross Harris: keyboards, percussion, electric banjo and effects
  • Produced, arranged and recorded by Ross Harris at Burning Trailer Studios
  • Additional production by Erik Richards at Somis Sounds Studios
  • Mixed by Josh at Ton Recording Studio, Echo Park
  • Beck appears courtesy of Interscope Records

Mudra[edit]

  • Remixed by Stereolab

I'm Bruce (Dimension 5 Mega Mix)[edit]

  • Produced by Tomoyuki Tanaka (Fantastic Plastic Machine)
  • Programmed and mixed by Masayuki Kumahara (Think Sync Integral)
  • Contains elements from "School 4 Robots" and "Intro" from The Way Out Record; "Army Ants in Your Pants" from Captain Entropy; "Intro", "A Little Discussion" and "A Stuffy Story" from Dance Sing and Listen; and "Fireworks" from Dance Sing and Listen Again.

Liza Jane[edit]

Spiders[edit]

  • All instruments performed by Money Mark

Popcorn[edit]

  • Remixed by Tipsy

Jelly Dancers[edit]

  • Performed by EELS
  • Produced by E
  • Recorded and mixed by Koool G Murder

School 4 Robots[edit]

  • Produced, arranged and performed by Brother Cleve
  • Recorded at The Rubberoom
  • Mixed by Ducky Carlisleat Ice Station Zebra, Boston, Massachusetts

Catfish[edit]

  • Performed by Oranger
  • Recorded by Oranger at Plymouth Sounds, SF (2004)
  • Little Kid Noises by Patrick Main, Age 8

Walking Eagle[edit]

  • Narration by Lisa Papineau

Army Ants in Your Pants[edit]

  • Performed by Irving: Aaron Burrows, Brian Canning, Alex Church, Steven Scott, Brent Turner
  • Produced by Elliot Chenault
  • Engineered and mixed by Mike Stromsoe
  • Recorded at Egostatic Media

Soul Transportation[edit]

  • David Boria: drums
  • Erik Richards: bass
  • Ross Harris: rhythm guitar
  • Dave Wakefield: lead guitar
  • Produced and recorded by Craig Berrell and Ross Harris at Burning Trailer Studios
  • Contains samples of "Soul Transportation" by Bruuce Haack and Esther Nelson

Abracadabra[edit]

  • Performed by From Bubblegum to Sky: Mario Hernandez, Bill Evans, Becky Barron, Frank Jordan

Listen[edit]

  • Performed by Chris Kachulis
  • Music by Bruce Haack

African Lullaby[edit]

  • Performed by Geoffrey Own and Mary Christopher

Upside Down[edit]

  • Performed by Andrew Heilprin, Koool G Murder, Scott McPherson
  • Produced, engineered and mixed by Koool G Murder and Andrew Heilprin

Rain of Earth[edit]

  • Gary Wilson: various instrumentation
  • Peanut Butter Wolf: lead vocals, various instrumentation
  • Koushik: backup vocals on chorus, melodica
  • Sa-Ra: vocal harmonies on chorus
  • Intro by Padraic Mcguire and Koushik for Home Skillet Productions
  • Produced by PB Wolf and Gary Wilson
  • Additional vocal production by Sa-Ra Creative Partners
  • Mixed by Dave Cooley and PB Wolf at Bionic Studios (Echo Park, California)
  • Sa-Ra appears courtesy of SRCP
  • Other performers appear courtesy of Stones Throw Records

Nothing to Do[edit]

  • Danielson: acoustic guitar, vocal
  • Rachel Galloway: flute, vocal
  • Christiaan Palladine: keys, vocal
  • Megan Slaboda: bells, vocal
  • David Smith: drums
  • Melissa Palladino: violin, vocal
  • Jon Galaxy: bass
  • Elin K. Smith: vocal
  • Glen Galaxy: Saxophone

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