Better Things To Come (Joey Negro Edit) - Muro - Edit - Bits & Pieces Mixed Together (CD)

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Label: 11154 - none • Format: CD Mixed, Promo • Country: Japan • Genre: Funk / Soul • Style: Disco


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9 thoughts on “ Better Things To Come (Joey Negro Edit) - Muro - Edit - Bits & Pieces Mixed Together (CD)

  1. Available for download on Traxsource. Dave Lee goes back to his disco house roots and revives his Mistura pseudonym, who some of you may recall from earlier killer tracks like Sweet Magic and Think Positive. This time the super talented UK vocalist Kadija Kimara adds her unique jazzy style to a classic Joey Negro style uplifting jazz funk tinged rhythm track featuring Sunburst Band players.
  2. Joey Negro: "To judge if something as a good remix, you really need to hear the original by comparison, otherwise you don’t know if the mixer just literally mixed down what was already there and didn’t have much Salsoul Orchestra debut LP from contained Chicago Bus Stop (Ohh I Love it).It's a funky but somewhat cluttered production that has some great parts, but doesn’t.
  3. In the beginning of Dave released, as Joey Negro Boom, a track called "Must be the Music".This is NOT a cover of the classic Secret Weapon track of Prelude Records fame. It's just the title that's the same. The track actually uses pieces of another Prelude classic - Sticky Fingers' "Wastin' my love". Late summer of - Joey Negro returns with a more commercial but VERY.
  4. Joey Negro Pres Mistura Feat. Kadija Kimara - Better Things to Come (Joey Negro Club Mix) 2. DJ Meme feat. Tracey K - Love IS You (Original Disco Mix) 3. Ben Westbeech - Something For The Weekend (Joey Negro Mix) 4. Roy Davis Jr feat. Whatever asshat mixed this CD seems to think 4 full minutes of that crap would be fun and exciting. It's /5(25).
  5. Review: Released on Joey Negro's Z Records, Rio spinner DJ Meme whips through thirty of the best from Z on this new mix - available either as individual unmixed tracks or as one continuous mix. Always a haven for the best soulful and funky house, Z Records highlights such as JN's mix of Doug Willis' "Power To The People", Sean McCabe's mix of JD73's "Think Twice" and Akabu's "The Phuture Ain't.
  6. Joey Negro's given us some great collections of club music from the 70s and 80s – and he's equally well-skilled at picking the best underground tracks from the 90s – a decade in which some of Joey's own music was staring to get some heavy play too! Mixed By DJ Krush & Muro CD Blue Note (Japan), Late 60s/Early 70s. New Copy 2CD.
  7. Aug 04,  · Muro, Underground & Abstract, Музыкальные стили. Various - Fania DJ Series - mixed by DJ Muro One of the most dynamic titles we've heard in the Fania DJ Series collection -- a Japanese-only volume put together by that scene's DJ Muro -- a mixer who's easily got one of the greatest ears for a groove going today!
  8. Sep 21,  · The disco Disco has changed. What has forever been defined by the glitter-ball aesthetic of Saturday Night Fever, has, slowly opened its arms to embrace a world of different musics, loosely connected by the idea, feel or groove of “disco”.Fuelled by voracious selectors and intrepid reissue labels bringing back 12″s from Beirut to Port Of Spain, our understanding of the genre has.

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