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Only thing missing is Lissie...

I've followed Morgan Page ever since "Beleive" and "Elevate," which are among the best dance albums of the deacde. "In The Air" joins the ranks with its titular track that blends Morgan Page veteran Angela McCluskey's husky voice with a compeletely unexpected and bold sound that is still umistakabaly Morgan Page. "In the Air" is a truly spetcaluar audio feast that boasts a new direction for Morgan Page as well as new collaborators. Indie darlings Tegan & Sara have recently plunged into the dance music genre and their efforts are realized in "Body Work" and "Video." "Body Work" asserts itself as Morgan Page's answer to Olivia Newton John's "Physical" but the far more superior track is "Video" which features a more seamless blend of their vocies with Morgan Page's signature beats. Morgan Page takes on the 80's again with a fresh take of The Police's iconic "S.O.S. (Message in a Bottle)" by lending his own vocals and beats, which may come off as botched by 80's purists and enthusiasts. I've loved Jonathan Mendelsohn from "This Moment" so I was extremely pleased to hear him in "Where Did You Go." Longtime colloborator Nadia Ali did not dissapoint with her euphoric offering "Carry Me," a worthy follow up to the Grammy nominated "Fantasy." "Addicted" follows in the bittersweet throes of the equally mournful "Call My Name" from "Elevate" and is remniscient of the somber tone of "Beleive." The only thing missing is the brillaint Lissie, whose powerful vocals were the the heart and soul of "Beleive" and would have been a welcome, if not essential, voice for "In the Air. "


I get up Tuesday mornings to check out the latest music on iTunes. Usually it is a frustrating experience as much of the new stuff is mediocre. This album is a true exception. I never buy a complete album but this time I did. It is nothing short of great. I can't wait to take it on my iPad to the beach in Provincetown. Thanks for some great music.

A pleasant listen, but...

I have to chuckle over the reviews suggesting this is serious trance or progressive dance music. It's pleasant, upbeat and catchy, but dated and cheesy dance-pop. Nothing more.


Born: May 31, 1981 in Burlington, VT

Genre: Dance

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Vermont native Morgan Page began making electronic music at the age of 12. After gaining the attention of jockeys at local free-form radio stations, Page -- prior to graduating from high school -- began DJing himself on the University of Vermont's station. There, his horizons and knowledge about dance music broadened significantly, especially when it came to house. After taking up an internship at the Plastic City label, Page initiated a steady release schedule that saw a handful of 12" singles scattered...
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In the Air (Bonus Track Version), Morgan Page
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Dance, Music
  • Released: Mar 06, 2012

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