Showing posts from May, 2009

Hold The Line (check ya swag version)

Laid the first half of the M. Lazer vocals over the Young Bree/Shawty Redd/Killer Mike instro, made some subtle arrangements and an alternate vocal bridge.

Hold The Line (Check Ya Swag Fix)

Also, a quick reminder that the 4onefunktion is tonight, featuring special guests Pickster One and One Man Jazz!

You Should Have Told Me

Beautiful double sider from this obscure group who was actually out of Los Angeles, CA. The interest in the northern soul/dance side has driven the value of this 45 way up, and it is a very good one...but the ballad group vocals on the a-side are what really makes this record special to me. Undeniable. Someone should re-issue this asapolis.

The New Yorkers - You Should Have Told Me (ballad)

The New Yorkers - Don't Want To Be Your Fool (dancer)

Got to give a shout out to the dude Big Matt for lacing me with this 45.

Freeze: Vibe Version

Simple refix on the vibe tip, instrumental is Willie Hustle's "She Like My Hustle".

Freeze (b.cause she like my hustle fix)

Red Bull 45s This Week: Free Pair Of Tickets

Hey all, I've been given the honor to play some records alongside some real heavy hitters for a Red Bull all 45 showcase going down at the Cal Academy Of Sciences this Thursday. All 7" vinyl played in a soundclash style on 4 DJ set ups, with DJ's Shortkut, Platurn, John Doe and myself, plus special guests Jazzy Jay and Ted Shred! I have an extra couple spots on the guest list so the first person to comment on this post gets in free with a friend.

For more info on the event peep the CAS site.

Sunday Soul: Take Me As I Am

Here's a nice 70's uptempo girl group jam out of San Francisco, Ca. The tune was written and arranged by Lafayette "Papa" Thomas, who is also responsible for the wonderful "Cry For Joy" ballad as recorded by Papa And The Utopians on Poizon. I'll get to posting that sometime soon. Too bad these records were pressed on styrene as the highs tend to get a bit fuzzy at times, but it's difficult to deny the raw rhythm & sweet harmonies on these recordings.

The Luscious Three - Take Me As I Am