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Opening track.... - A STAPLE. Frankie Knuckles, "Tears 1989." 5:55 mark - Eclectic. Male and female vocals, ascending and descending late 80s synth. 12:10 - VERY, VERY NICE. Female croon, CASCADING rainfall keys with digital, orchestral flares. Uplifting cadence. 17:20 - Smooth TRANSITION. Male vocals, HEAVY FADER ZAPS, light stomp bassline. 21:50 - A GROOVER \\0// \\0//!!!!!!! Female vocals, "Do you know what your love is doin' to me baby?" classic house piano and strings. https://wallup.net/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/13/350125-women-model-brunette-boobs-cleavage-blue_eyes-mouths-bare_shoulders-black_dress.jpg - 28:00 - Flowin'. Female, "You know it's time for you," JOY BUZZ VIBEZ \\0// \\0//!!!! Classic house sound. 30:45 - Chicago flavaz. Male vocals, "It's just the sun risin'," hypnotic buttons. 34:35 - MAAAAAN!!!!!!!!! I haven't heard this one in ages!!!!!!!! Female vocals, "It's going to be a fine night tonight," shuffle, CLUB chords. 38:05 - Retrooooo. Another GEM instrumental with assorted vocal sample. 42:40 - Space funk stylez (Instrumental). 45:30 - STUNNING find. Male vocals, "You're amazing." I haven't heard this track in 30 years, it was rare to hear in the States back then. 48:15 - Radiohead indeed. 53:15 - Early techno. 56:55 - HA! This one never loses speed. I've heard it on a couple other old skool mixes over the past seven years. 01:00 - WOWZER. Female vocals, "Yes in my heart, oh Lord," piano and symphony melodies. 01:03 - AHHHHH REFRESHING \\0// \\0//. Female vocals, "Always there," encouraging melody. http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-ONvP7okf6ms/UtPam5jqFNI/AAAAAAAAAKs/g2wICKzrYIw/s1600/sunrise+beach+hd+wallpapers.jpg - 01:06 - "As she stands there singing for money," nuff said. 01:10 - PROPER. Female vocal loop, "Single-minded people they can always find a way," VIBEY keys, wait for the funk elements. 01:16 - CODA....WHEW!!!!!! Again, classic CLUB sound (early 90s). Powerful female croon, notice the house piano solo.
- Yo headz, deffo check this one out if you're in the mood for old skool house gems. The first thing you'll notice is the clever mixing. There's a handful of the known classics, but the gems, literally some of us haven't heard since the club era 1988-1991. This gives a nice, uplifting KICK without being "memories" heavy. It's one of those to educate the neophytes in the history of house music, it's got those natural feels. (1 hr 19 mins)
- You'll have to download this one, it won't play on the set page.
Blog Link - https://medium.com/@daytripsa/old-skool-house-music-with-uplifting-feelz-a-sy-study-bd076df22931?sk=823b5c955a3badcaf66c759453bf760b
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