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So, some more seductive sonic shenanigans for you, our dear listener.
This time round we're serving up a little mix featuring a small selection of tunes that have crossed our path in recent times, with a hint of disco, a bit of deep, and a smattering of early nineties retro.
Nothing too heavy here – just some quality tunes; everything’s good, but worth a special mention in dispatches are the following: Gene Farris’s disco blast “Show me the way”, a previous t-o-w: Dropout Orchestra’s “I got it”, the laidback swamp-funk of Andhim’s “Walkmen”, the bizarre quirky genius of Sabbag’s “Quantic” and Nice7’s retro gem “Back to 90”.
However, the hands down, no contest, instant knock-out winner of this session’s star prize goes to the devastating, uplifting and exquisitely beautiful Ann Nesby and DJ Spen’s “I Feel” - a very special piece of music indeed, and a genuine contender for tune of the [insert whatever time period seems appropriate to you].
Enjoy, and as ever, thanks for listening.
[any feedback, much appreciated]
- 1 ed wizard disco and double dee lets go
- 2 roter and lewis ready
- 3 sadam ant baby brother
- 4 funkerman coming home
- 5 detroit swindle sometimes
- 6 gregory porter liquid spirit claptone
- 7 drop out orchestra I got it himwol
- 8 stefano ritteri you’re my lover
- 9 andhim walkmen
- 10 sabbag quantic
- 11 gnarly cuts I tried
- 12 mugsy balone no other love
- 13 leftwing and kody lost
- 14 ben delay move your body
- 15 nice7 back to 90
- 16 souldrifter rhythm in my soul
- 17 richard brooks painless ways
- 18 gene farris the way to go
- 19 sasha braemer lets talk about
- 20 scalambrin and sgarro monday track
- 21 saison please don’t go
- 22 ann nesby and dj spen I feel thommy etc
- 23 ann nesby and dj spen I feel spen etc
- 24 easter egg love lives here