chicago’s very own works his magic on 4 more classic funk/soul jams: stevie wonder’s “as if you read my mind” and t-connection’s “do what you wanna do” b/w eddie kendricks “girl you need a change of mind” (with a little grace jones) and mothers finest “can’t fight your feelings”. another winner!
various power. funkycan aka am kinem teams up with max gee for the a1, a technotrack made with a dr-550 and the crumar performer. up next is a fast dub by glenn & max,one for the heads. the b-side starts with glenn astro s & delfonic s riddim followed by the darker -d.i.d- produced by imyrmind and lonny benz. happy 2018
the studio and label digital b of producer bobby digital dixon became the ruling production house in the musical revolution that swept through jamaica from the mid-80s onwards with a lethal selection of dancehall weapons and chartbusting reggae hits. x-tra wicked gathers many of his bestever productions from those heady times when specialist stores were awash with 7-inch singles, freshly arrived from jamaica, and reggae music was once more on the rise. this great double 2lp-set presents 24 selected tracks in a double wide vinyl jacket, with just the top hits from the two bobby digital reggae anthology releases, the 2cd+dvd set x-tra wicked and the 3cd-set of -serious times- and has liner notes written by reggae expert john masouri.
remixed with love volume 3 is the latest edition of what has become the industry-leading disco remix series. no one knows this era of music better than dave lee, who under his joey negro alias once again turns his impeccable hand to some of the best-loved records ever committed to wax.