Billie Ray Martin – Space Oasis

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Official 12″ vinyl release of Billie Ray Martin’s fourth single.

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Description

Official 12″ vinyl release of Billie Ray Martin’s fourth single taken from her solo debut album “Deadline For My Memories”.

Tracklist

A – Space Oasis (B.T.’s Enterprise Mix)
B1 – Space Oasis (JNR South Beach Mix)
B2 – Space Oasis (Album version)

Space Oasis came about in a funny kind of way. There is a cult German Sci-Fi Program from the 60’s called
The dances the space space travellers do in the “bar” of the space station are hilariously funny. The soundtrack is legendary. One song called “Bolero on the Moonrocks” inspired me to want to write a lyric about dancing in space. The video too was inspired by the theme, the director and his team creating something of a lunar landscape in which i could strut my disco stuff. Of course a giant mirrorball had to be included and the perspex box in which i stand and sing, whenever i’m not wafting around the landscape/set was an idea i had long had, about being entrapped, but in a stylish kind of way, with a nod to 60’s perspex design. Well, something like that anyway.
Co-written by Martin King, who had the original backing track, onto which i wrote the song, it was then taken over by the Electribe guys at first, and later ended up on my “Deadline” album. Personal favourite video Moment: Pedal Steel player in a country and western outfit and a skirt.
A songs journey, further than space.

released April 27, 2014

Credits

written by Billie Ray Martin/Martin King (Touch Tones Music/Copyright Control)
lyrics & melodies by Billie Ray Martin
produced by Brian Transeau for 7PM Management
executive producer: Billie Ray Martin
vocal production, vocal arrangements, pedal steel & additional production by Billie Ray Martin
mixed by Brian Transeau for 7PM Management & Billie Ray Martin at Eden
mix engineer: Paul Gomersall
recorded at Eden Studios
recording engineer: Adrian Scarff
original programming by Martin King
pedal steel guitar by BJ Cole