Suzanne Palmer is back with another single and back with her powerful soul-soaked voice. Peter Rauhofer's album version is here, taken from Palmer's most recent, excellent full-length "Home." In this mix, Peter goes for a classic, piano-oriented treatment, giving the song a tasty bounce. Wayne G & Porl Young pump things up a bit with a thick low end and keep a little retro touch going on with some pianos and strings. DJ Exacta hits hard with a snappy electro bassline and irresistible groove. At first the mix reads like a dub, but finally, about four minutes in- the full vocals drop. Offer Nissim drops by with his signature production excellence, instantly adding a bit of melodic minor chord drama that sets it apart from the other mixes.
Lastly, Jamie J. Sanchez churns out a vocal remix and a dub. The vocal remix features the solid and commanding groove that Sanchez does so well. His dub remix switches up the bassline into an old school Chicago vibe. The dub goes for the peak and valley effect, dropping the energy and raising it in dramatic fashion. My favorite remix of the bunch is the Offer Nissim remix. Nissim always packs the maximum amount of music into his mixes, bringing out compelling shades of tone, swelling synth lines and rock solid groove. This isn't the peak-hour stormer many associate with Suzanne Palmer remixes, but it's a great release. Suzanne Palmer has yet to disappoint.