In the classic American film It's a Wonderful Life, the character played by James Stewart gets a chance to see what his hometown would have been like had he never been born. On the island of Ibiza, where life is truly supposed to be wonderful, things would be only slightly different had the producer Dave Evans never existed. The gap would be noticed, however -- literally, it would be a gap of several minutes -- as one of the hits Evans created for club/dance floors would no longer be able to be played.
Telling one record like this from another is pretty much impossible for the snobs who don't frequent discos, although even they might notice if no record at all was playing. On a similar note (or thump as Evans would like to hear it) telling one Dave Evans from another is a job for people who would rather sniff through used record piles than go out and boogie. Suffice to say, this Dave Evans should not be confused with, among others, the bluegrass banjoist and bandleader, the trad jazz drummer, or the original singer from Australian hard rock band AC/DC.