The third release on Midnight Drive takes us back to the heady days of 1984, New York City. We find Clive Stevens, a UK born saxophonist, producer, writer and poet whose career has seen him collaborate with artists like Manfred Mann, Gilberto Gil and Billy Cobham has assembled a truly staggering cast of international musicians known as ‘Brainchild’ to record an LP entitled ‘Semjase’ for Brazilian label Vôo Livre. The LP featured incredible session musicians whose CV’s include work with some of the biggest names in popular music including Chic, Kate Bush, Miles Davis, David Bowie, Eric Clapton, Tom Petty and more (the list is endless). One track from this fairly obscure LP - ‘Mystery Man’ - somehow managed to find it’s way into the hands of one of modern dance music’s most intrepid DJ’s and selectors, the legendary Daniele Baldelli. ‘Mystery Man’ , now looked back on as a ‘Cosmic classic’ , was a special track that Baldelli favoured and can be heard in his self-distributed mixtapes from the time, it’s a truly unique record melding electro-style programming with live percussion, synthesizers and vocals into a blistering slow motion Disco jam that stays with you for a long time afterwards and is the perfect example of the ‘Cosmic sound’.Velvet Season & The Hearts Of Gold they turned in their ‘Ever evolving ever transforming’ remix using original 84 session parts with Clive’s blessing.