All you deep house music fans where were you when Pepe Bradock* gave us this incredible remix of Block 16′s “Morning Sun”?
Yeah I thought as much!!!!!
Released in 2001 and still sounding strong.
It’s All About The B line
Greg Wilson* on the re:edit (1980)
From posting the wonderful song “Steppin Out” it was time to post “Different For Girls” taken from his second album “I’m The Man”.
Digging Deeper Into The Crates
Check out the live version and as he explains the reason why he wrote the song by clicking right here
Never get bored of this record and when her vocals come in @2.47 it’s all over.
“Dharmatma Theme (Sad)” (1975) by Indian composer duo Kalyanji Anandji off the “Dharmatma OST” soundtrack album, sampled by Madlib for Jaylib’s “Champion Sound”.
DIGGING DEEPER IN TO THE CRATES
R.I.P. Don Blackman
“Holding You Loving You” is taken from his incredible self titled album “Don Blackman” (1982)
“Going The Distance” always brings out an emotional side out in me as it’s those strings that get me every time. Also the way this music piece crescendo’s at the end with the bell’s juxtaposed against the extend brass is magnificent.
Inspired by this band it lead them to form Change and on this record it’s all about the chorus so you better “Hold Tight”.
Taken from the 1981 album “Miracles” on (Atlantic Records)
My parents had a very big record collection consisting of West African, country & pop and when it came to soul records then “C’est Chic“ by Chic never left our record box it’s simply magnifique.
Shout’s out to Paul Camo from NTS/We Are family for dropping this on New Years Day it’s been in my head for the last 3 months.
I wish I came up with this string & brass arrangement.
When you hear the dazzling bass played you just have to “Spread That Feelin”.
Taken from their 1980 album, Special Things which features Nate ‘Glide’ Phillips on the Bass.