Discussion in 'music, bands, clubs & festies' started by ska invita, Mar 4, 2013.
I guess its celebratory...
ive been meaning to post this but couldn't find the files - turns out id uploaded them already! - this set really won me over to how good MAW (Louie) are/is...i used to play this to bits...some great tracks on this...the crowd is mic'd up too - so much vibes - recorded off Kiss
include this 1997 MAW production
George Benson - Song For My Brother
and then some Luther too
and this kills it
Lisa Fischer .:. Woman (MAW mix)
i love this mix
Ive done a tracklist
MAW with Jocelyn Brown - It's All Right, I Feel it
Two Tons Of Fun - Do You Wanna Boogie (BBE / Music Works Re-Edit)
That Trupmet Track??
George Benson - Song For My Brother (Kenlou 12 Mix)
Steve Silk Hurley & The Voices of Life - The Word is Love
Janet Jackson - Go Deep (Masters At Work Spiritual Flute Mix)
Luther Vandross - Are You Using Me ( MAW 12 Mix)
Lisa Fischer- Woman (MAW remix)
Freestyle Orchestra & Masters At Work - Odyssey
4hero - Star Chasers (Masters at Work Remix)
Danny Tenaglia feat Celeda - Music is the answer
Playboy - In Da Jungle (Mod Wheel Remix)
Men From The Nile Featuring Peven Everett – Watch Them Come!!!
outro: MAW - MAWtilus
House godfather Steve Hurley in 1998 (Mousse T remix)
Dunno if this has been posted but a mate always used to play it (much slower than this) if he was on an early set. YOu could just sense the people itching to get on the floor. Not sure if I've heard it in a full club but it sounds amazing in an empty one
On the subject of the roots of house and the importance of soul heres a tune which ended up having a huge impact (ive just been reading about it)
Isaac Hayes - I Can't Turn Around (1975)
( inbetween a funk soul and disco record that one)
Which was covered by Steve Hurley for the early house classic I Can't Turn Around (as JM Silk)
and then ripped off by his flat mate (or so i read) as Love Can't Turn Around by Farley Jackmaster Funk, featuring Darryl Pandy - the track that broke House music into the mainstream in the UK (first house record to go top 40 - number 10 IIRC) and this famous TOTP performace
next thing you know youve got acid house - but one of the roots of that is that Issac Hayes track!
Masters at Work did some amazing dub mixes of this. I use to hear Paul Trouble Anderson play them a lot at the Loft and CJ Mackintosh at the Ministry back in the day.
Does anyone know a soulful house song that goes "loving you (yes I am) that's all I wanna do".
That's all I can remember. Big around 2001 maybe.
Loads to go on there, right
Classic Masters At Work 90's production.
Think that's the one I posted
Male/female? any other words??
Female I think.
And quite long involved verses.
those are two amazing tracks cowley, hadnt heard those the lryics are
re the id the only thing that comes to mind is the mary j blige tune - maybe a house remix of this? (check 2mins in for the loving you is all i want to do bit) dont know if there is a house remx...
Oooops...Sorry didn't listen.
I listened but didnt recognise it the next day
Is it this?
Slightly different words, but description is close enough, and the year matches.
Whoa! Blast from the past! Yes I think it's that song. I didn't remember it being so cheesy Thank you
good one fez....thats a cover of a stevie wonder track btw...thanks vic - lets listen to how it should sound!
I bet you liked these n'all?
Spoiler: Goodfellas - Soul Heaven (Bini and Martini Remix)
Spoiler: Soulsearcher - I Can't Get Enough
Spoiler: Ministers de la Funk - Believe
Too funky, too cheesy, yes but I remember it being a lot slower
sorry but more MAW wonderousness...1996 this one...
really flys that one
Remixed for a slightly housey played in clubs vibe.........
Oh dear the always kinda drippy.......
Cant find the Uno Clio remix of If you love me - rare even back in the day but aint gonna commit that vinyl to Utwat - lets wait for some other arse eh?
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