Pyramids of Giza. There are about eighty pyramids known today from ancient Egypt. The three largest and best-preserved of these were built at Giza at the beginning of the Old Kingdom. The most well-known of these pyramids was built for the pharaoh Khufu. It is known as the ‘Great Pyramid‘.
Jon the Dentist (born John Vaughan) is a British hardhouse and trance music record producer. He released many popular singles including “Feel So Good” and “Imagination” with Ollie Jaye, both of which reached the UK Singles Chart.
Jon The Dentist (born John David Vaughan) is a prolific UK hard house/trance producer who has released material both on major labels (Sony and EMI Positiva) and his own labels (Phoenix Uprising, Platinum and Boscaland) under a variety of names. One of the latter, Dentist From Boscaland, included a sample of Peel on ‘vocals’.Jon achieved a couple of lower rung UK chart entries in collaborations with Ollie Jaye (Imagination, Feel So Good) at the turn of the Millenium. AllMusic says:
Some so-called trance DJs like Sasha and Paul Oakenfold crossed over the masses in the late ’90s. Not Jon the Dentist, though. His popularity skyrocketed, but he remained strictly a favorite with the eternally youthful rave crowd. This is because the Dentist’s style of trance borderlines on hardcore that is so fast and relentless — a far stretch from his more accessible so-called trance peers.
Although his releases featured heavily on Peel’s programmes of the 90s, he was not universally popular, as hard house producer S-J claims:
‘Personally I can’t stand Jon the Dentist: he is totally untalented and rides off other people’s success. Check out the Pyramid album for any further proof of tone deafness! As far as I’m concerned, the guy’s a prat.’