cordial recordings in partnership with miami legend willie clarke are proud to release this unreleased version of ‘stand up for what you want’ by kat roberts. the song had previously been released on 12″,,, with kat doubling up with les brown, who provided a motivational speech throughout the song. the version we’re releasing on the a side is the luscious solo vocal version by kat which had sat on tape since it’s recording in 84. on the flip we’ve used a small extract of les original vocal before kat lets rip.
melodies international proudly moves forward with an elusive piece of mid-tempo chicago soul originally performed by gloria j. jennings in 1977. gloria was signed to stage productions as a gospel singer with pure and raw talent she had developed in the choir of her fathers southern baptist church. she was 16 years old at the time. to tutor her for r&b vocals, willie c.
vinyl only release, marc philipps debut on * what you want* seems to be a winner! the mighty offenbach based producer showed already his potential on labels like neostrictly, pleasure zone, be chosen, subtil or epilog - to name a few.
erstmals auf 7“ vinyl - der moderne soul-dancer “how long” von thelma jones aus ihrem gleichnamigen album von 1978 auf columbia. auf der b-side befindet sich der begnadete song “i want what you want” aus der feder von sam dees.
the night voyage pop-up label pops up once more as amsterdams tom trago and londons bok bok resume their collaboration. the first in a series of new 12 inchs sees the pair delve even deeper into drum tracks and next-level dj tools.
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one of these interesting fusions is the latest project of one of the currently hottest artists switzerland has, andri on the label sirion records. herewith andri debuts his artistic collaboration with is companion, valentino - an equally established artist of the local scene.
known as one third of the notorious wetyourself crew, throwing parties and djing every sunday night at fabric in london, jacob has been releasing music since 2005 on different labels and under various guises.as a dj he is known for his fast mixing style of stripped down house and bouncy techno, which has made him a favorite in london and on the international underground dance scene, playing gigs all over europe and the world on a regular basis. the end of oct 2010 sees his debut release on the newly-formed wys! recordings with a very limited run of vinyl... do what you want by jacob husley is an upbeat rolling feel good record that has become become a steady ingredient of the sunday night wys! mix. featuring vocals from husley himself, the track is timeless and positive. the rather huge, driving bass line perhaps shows what an effect his 8 years living in london has had on him and also maybe his not-so-secret past as a junglist? all-round danish house legend, mathias mesteno, has created a late night deep builder that drives and drives..the result is detailed and tough! keeping jacob s big bassline, he has created his own feeling around the groove with plenty of atmospheric percussion. barcelona man-of-the-moment garnica from galaktika recs, has created a fantastic peak time groovy dub edit that will have people losing themselves on the dancefloor. watch out for more releases from wys! coming soon, next up is cormac s cold remixed by miss kittin and chris liebing!
yoshi goes back to spain to hook up with d-formation, one of the hottest producers of the year, whose recent records have become a staple of many big djs sets this summer. >what u want< is an unforgettably hooky cut by dformation & david ferrero that incorporates the best of the minimal techno movement with groovy tech house elements for an extraordinary experience. ismael rivass remix is a high voltage peak time mix while mindskap takes things deep and techy. right out of the gate, supported mark knight, hernan cattaneo, nic fanciulli, behrouz, cedric gervais, dubfire, sharam, tommy boy, eddie thoneick and dj vibe. this one is so good, it might just stick around for miami.
co produced by thomas gold, big vocal house anthem by a&m on house foundation! the successful producers pierre horrolt, frank knebel and alex hanel are the innovative minds behind this new promising project. their production antolini & moreno dont know anybody was a big worldwide hit last year. frank knebel aka thomas gold again added his well know distinctive sound, which should be well known from his tracks and remixes on labels such as house works, selected works or zeitgeist rec. vocals by female gospel singer roberta, who enriched the track with the right amount of soul.
woody transformes it into a classical minimal-tech hymn.the ultra dry start out of the 3 channels mix first lose its way and then found itself back again into a net of confused and languorous deepness..in retrospect to the 90s, elef tsiroudis is a producer of modern dance music. without any crabwise the direct acces is always the dancefloor. warm tranceparts and the reminiscence of an entire party decade, team up to let this remix be an absolutely killertrack..
you got what you wanted feat enk? the a side here is a midtempo cover of the ike turner classic. the original version came out in 1968. on you got what you wanted color climax brought in vocalist enk? to add some top notch, heartfelt vocals to the melting
with his first 12 inch on 7even recordings, makoto opens again new musical perspectives, infusing the amen break to a 135bpm flex on >different rhythm< and his unique soulful treatment to the massive >what do you want<.