Lost Witness

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Lost Witness is an English trance production and DJ, composed of Simon Paul (also known as Si Paul) . Also part of the collaboration are songwriter Edward Barton, writer of the 1983 Jane & Barton single, "It's a Fine Day" (later covered by Opus III in 1992),[1][2][3] as well as vocalist Danielle Alexander.

He also recorded under the aliases Dusk Til Dawn and The Eden Project.

A number of their singles were released on major electronic dance label Ministry of Sound. Some included remixes by English producer and DJ Lange. The 2002 single "Did I Dream (Song to the Siren)" is a cover of the frequently-covered "Song of the Siren" from the 1970 Tim Buckley album Starsailor.

In 2010, Lost Witness re-released the 1999 single "Red Sun Rising" (with vocals from Andrea Britton). It was given airplay by BBC Radio 1 DJ, Judge Jules. A new single, "Fade Away", was due to be released in January 2011.[dated info]. In June 2013, they collaborated with Sugababe and former Eurovision entrant Jade Ewen to release the track "Fly".[4]

Discography[edit]

Singles[edit]

Year Song UK Singles Chart[5]
1999 "Happiness Happening" 18
1999 "Red Sun Rising" (with Tracy Carmen) 22
2000 "7 Colours" 28
2002 "Did I Dream (Song to the Siren)" 28
2004 "Wait for You" (with Andrea Britton) -
2005 "Home" (with Tiff Lacey) -
2005 "Love Again" (with Tiff Lacey) -
2006 "The Waiting Game (Love Is Trance) (Promo)" -
2006 "The Best" -
2007 "Whatever" (vs. Sassot) -
2007 "Rise Again" (vs. Breeze) -
2007 "Coming Down" (with Tiff Lacey) -
2007 "Whitelaw presents Going Bush" -
2009 "Closer to Love" -

Remixes[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Indie Hits "J"". Cherry Red Records. Retrieved 2006-04-14. 
  2. ^ "Edward Barton - News". Edward Barton - Unofficial Web Page. January 25, 2005. Retrieved 2006-04-14. 
  3. ^ "Lost Witness". Radikal Records. Archived from the original on 2005-10-23. Retrieved 2006-04-14. 
  4. ^ "Listen: Jade Ewen’s Latest Track “Fly”". Wiwi Bloggs. Retrieved November 13, 2013. 
  5. ^ Roberts, David (2006). British Hit Singles & Albums (19th ed.). London: Guinness World Records Limited. p. 330. ISBN 1-904994-10-5. 

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