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Posted: Thu Nov 18, 2004 1:37 pm Post subject: Re: Some new stuff i dig
Irving Martin & Brian Dee "Indianapolis 2"(Bronx Dogs mix)(Strut) - ehh, techy, breakbeat-disco? I don`t know, but it sounds so goood.
Oooh, is this the old Chappell library track? If so - the original is funkier than a mosquito's tweeter! _________________ HTTP://WWW.COSMICDUB.COM - What? There's actually something there???
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I realise I haven't posted a list like this in ages, so I guess I better get around to it right now. Let me see what I've gotten hold of lately that I'm digging at the moment...
Phaoah Sanders - "You've Got To Have Freedom" [Ninja Tune] I'm sure a lot of you know this. Picked it up on the Mr. Scruff - "Keep It Solid Steel 1" sampler. Brilliant, uplifting (urgh..) piece of, yeah what is this? Nu-jazz, jazz funk, jazz garage. I don't know. Good jazzy business anyway.
Paul Simon - "Late In The Evening" [Warner Bros] Beautiful tune, with a great drum break near the end, wich could've been a bit longer. Need an edit in other words
Eddie Murphy - "Boogie In Your Butt" [CBS] Hilarious disco tune which I bought mostly for laughs, but which I've come to realise is actually quite good.
Pat Metheny - "Slip Away" (Todd Terje Edit) [CDR] - You all know this from the infamous "San Diego Mix". Great edit Terje. Let me know when you have a completely finished version!
Ofra Haza - Im Nin'Alu (Extended Mix) [Bozz] Hebraic electro disco... I've had it for a long time, but not really litened to it until now. F*ckin brilliant!
One Way feat Al Hudson - "Music" Just a beautiful disco tune. Nuff said!
Brennan Green - "Scallion's Philosophy" [Modal] A very soothing piece of music
Reverso 68 - "Piece Together Pt. 2" We've been over this one before. Pick it up if you don't have it and are able to find it anywhere. I know I struggled to get hold of copy...
That's what springs to mind at the moment. And oh yeah: Azuli's having a great offer these days. Any three Choice comps on cd for £25 I think. I had all on vinyl, but I bought Derrick Carter's, Louie Vega's and X-Press 2 on cd as well. Great for car listenings!
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