Arlin Godwin continues to reach into the vault and pull some of his chilled out tracks. This is a remastered single, as Arlin was playing around with some new mastering software (Izotope's Ozone 7) he said he began to mess around with a song called "Save Me". It was put out some time ago on an album called "The Vault" which has since been pulled from stores. However the version of "Save Me" that appeared on that record was a different mix of the song. This version has never been released before and is the so called "original mix".
Funny what can happen when you come out of the closet. In this case I was in a closet and I needed to move some big, heavy cardboard boxes. And since I had consumed a few beverages of the vodka-persuasion I ended up sitting down and opening these mystery boxes out of sheer curiosity. Vodka will do that to you.
To make a long story short, what I discovered were master archival files of a great many tracks done from around 1999 to 2014. They had been stuffed into the closet when I moved to my new condo a few years ago. They were all recorded at 96KHz sampling rate and 64bit depth. Meaning far beyond CD quality. And furthermore, since they had no EQ or compression on them, I could remaster them in Soundtrack Pro and bring out all kinds of details that had not previously been audible.
And so I did. And all 3 versions of "BLUE" are now available!