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All about that Dillon Francis remix!


Will be the next big thing.

Loved the Originals

…and the remixes are just as fantastic! Oliver's Mechanical EP was and is one of my favorite dance music releases of all time. The sound engineering is top notch and meticulously crafted. These remixes are amazing, thanks in part to the previously mentioned sound engineering, as well as, the amazing remixers featured on this release. Nothing will top the original mix of each of these tracks, but these are great takes on what will be remembered as classic songs. My dad forced me to listen to classic rock artists like Led Zeppelin and Queen. I will be making sure that my kids listen to this EP.

Indulge yourself and buy this release.


Genre: Pop

Years Active:

Born William Oliver Swofford on February 22, 1945, in North Wilkesboro, NC, Oliver's first big hit was a song from the Broadway musical Hair, also a source for a hit ("Age of Aquarius/Let the Sunshine In") for the 5th Dimension. Released on Jubilee, "Good Morning Starshine" b/w "Can't You See" went to number three pop in spring 1969. A song written by Rod McKuen from the movie The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie, "Jean," issued on Crewe, went gold, holding the number two pop spot for two weeks and going...
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