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Late 80's early 90's U.S. & U.K House Music.

Discussion in 'music' started by Natara, Aug 20, 2017.

  1. Weekender

    Weekender pfm Member

    Ahem. ;)
     
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  2. Natara

    Natara pfm Member

    That's what happens when you dont read your own thread :D
     
  3. Weekender

    Weekender pfm Member

    We were meant to see Electibe 101 at the old International I in Manchester but it was cancelled due to snow. The date was rearranged but they split up before it happened. Damn it. Their Electribal Memories album is brilliant and available for peanuts on CD:
    https://www.amazon.co.uk/Electribal-Memories-Electribe-101/dp/B000026P2G
    Billy Ray Martin had an awful lot of Aretha Franklin in her vocals (you may as well steal from the best) but is a darn fine singer.

    I could pick any number of tracks but Talking 2 is a beautiul piece of music...give the piano player a bonus...additional production by Frankie Knuckles...God Bless him.
     
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  4. Weekender

    Weekender pfm Member

    Getting shivers.
     
  5. Weekender

    Weekender pfm Member

    As it says: "Old Skool Classic"
     
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  6. Weekender

    Weekender pfm Member

    This is neither US nor UK. It is very good though...and surprisingly Jazzy.
     
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    Weekender pfm Member

     
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  8. Weekender

    Weekender pfm Member

    Innocence - Natural Thing.
    Co credited to Pink Floyd as it includes the guitar solo from "Shine on you crazy diamond"
    It was often played early doors at the Hacienda and I remember the sub-bass would be shaking the metal shutters as we walked up Whitworth Street.

     
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