Thursday, 30 December 2010

Wishing you all a fantastic New Year!!!

As the biggest night of the year approaches I'm sure we're all feeling that tingle of anticipation as we await the fantastic delights of New Years Eve.
I'm sure we could all tell some fantastic tales and memories of great nights gone before.

This has been posted on the blog a few times before, but as it is my all time favourite track and was always massive on NYE and quite often played at 12.00am midnight, here it is again.
They don't come any better.
There's also no password - as that Christmas spirit continues!!

Digitalis - Accepting and Giving

However, on this NYE I leave you with a further special post dedicated to one of my fellow bloggers and one of the best blogs out there
Known affectionately as Acid Ted -  (the term given to those who weren't really in the know when Acid House kicked off, but somewhat jumped on the bandwagon). This is a special request so please dig deep and provide your support.
Have a great NYE, the posts will keep coming in 2011.
Best regards, PCC

Now over to Acid Ted;

Happy New Year to you. To get the new year off to a cracking start, I’m offering you the chance to get an exclusive mix from the marvellous but mysterious Error Operator. This mix is not available anywhere else. All you have to do is make a small donation to charity. Email me with the reply and I’ll send you the mix. It’s that simple.
You wil want this mix. It starts with the brilliant but brooding “Moth” by Burial and Four Tet before going on to mixes of Foals and Burial himself. It even has some Tinie Tempah bfore ending with James Blake and ultimately coming a full circle to a remix of Four Tet. This is a quiet evening with a bottle of fine red.
ACID TED MIX by Error Operator
1. Burial & Four Tet – Moth
2. Foals – Spanish Sahara (Mount Kimbie Remix)
3. Burial – Archangel (Boy 8-Bit Remix)
4. Gold Panda – Snow & Taxis (Throwing Snow Remix)
5. Tinie Tempah – Pass Out (SBTRKT Remix)
6. Andreya Triana – A Town Called Obsolete (Mount Kimbie Remix)
7. Break
8. Joy Orbison – Hyph Mongo
9. James Blake – CMYK
10. Four Tet – Love Cry (Joy Orbison Remix)
I’d like others to benefit from the time that Error Operator has put in. In particular, to raise money for research on brain tumours in children. Brain tumours are the commonest solid tumours in children in the UK and USA. More children now die from a brain tumour than any other childhood cancer. If you want a copy of the mix, here’s how to donate:
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Please, please donate. How much you donate is up to you (£5 = US$7 / EUR5). If you need to know why these charities are so important, see my story here or little Thomas’ story here.
Finally, if any readers are bloggers themselves, could you please promote this mix on your sites. It’s in a good cause. Thank you. Email me with the link and I’ll send you a copy of the mix.
And my sincere thanks and gratitude to Error Operator for making this appeal possible.

Friday, 24 December 2010

Happy Christmas to one and all!!!

Happy Christmas to you all out there.
I sincerely hope that you have a good one.
Until now I've resisted posting some of my favourite "Indie dance" tracks , but feel the time is about right to unleash some of these monster tracks.
This is one of my faves by a group which were totally unique and very ahead of their time back in the day (there'll be more of their tracks posted in the future) .
This one dates back to 1990 and is a cover of an old Neil Young song.
The single/album version is my favourite, which contains beautiful vocals, a superb melody, flowing piano and that great chuggy indie dance beat.
The Weatherall remix is a true PCC, very chilled.
The sample "the DJ eases a spliff from his lyrical lips and smilingly orders cease" is one which went down in clubland history and was also used on Oakey's Goa Mix if I remember correctly.
P.S. In line with the Christmas spirit there are no passwords for these links.

Saint Etienne - Only Love Can Break Your Heart
(Single - Album Version)

Saint Etienne - Only Love Can Break Your Heart
(A Mix In Two Halves)

Saturday, 18 December 2010

Another piece of Chris and James magic!!!

Alright, people, it's been ages since I posted a Chris and James remix.
To be totally honest I thought I'd already posted this before, but I can't seem to see it on the blog.
Maybe it got taken down by DCMA - who knows??
Anyway here it is again, in all it's splendid glory.
As per usual it is a C&J remix masterpiece, it builds slowly and then takes off.
It contains some amazing little melodies, the vocal is very powerful and the key changes are out of this world.
I also heard from James recently who was sending some good feedback about the blog.
This one's for you fella.
Chris, if you're out there I haven't heard from you for a while buddy, so get in touch.
Enjoy people!!

WESTend - Love Rules
(Chris & James Epic Adventure Edit)

Friday, 17 December 2010

Something a little bit tasty!!!

Now here's something a little bit special from back in 1995, which was then remixed and re-released in 2002.
It's another track from Beat Foundation - their 3rd on the blog to date.
It's a progressive little number that cascades into some wonderful piano melodies.
Be a bit patient with it, as it appears to be just plodding long, but it then builds into the vocals 5 mins in and then into a fantastic piano breakdown.
A really great track, absolutely perfect for dropping at the peak of the night.

Beat Foundation - Save Me

It's Raining Men - Hallelujah!!!

A huge gay anthem and a wonderful, wonderful uplifting track.
I remember hearing this in Paradise Factory, in Manchester and it absolutely took the roof off.
It was a truly fantastic clubbing memory.
Truly fantastic vocals by the wonderfully talented Martha Wash - gosh can that lady sing or what!!
Can you believe this track is 27 years old - amazing!! It still sounds great!!
These were the sort of tracks which dropped at the right moment, simply made your night.
Pure balearic bliss!!!

The Weather Girls - It's Raining Men

Apologies people, those nasty swines from DCMA have have threatened to shut down the blog if the link isn't removed.
If anyone wants the link just drop me an email at the usual address.
Keep the faith!!
Best regards, PCC

A great track with a Sting in the tail!!!

One of the great things about running this blog, is that you get requests for tracks which sometimes you haven't come across and then once you've hunted them down you realise just how good they are and also the fact that you wouldn't have found them if it wasn't for the blog.

This is the ethos behind this blog, I want to bring out those tracks again for those that know them, but forgot about them, those that probably have heard them, but can't quite remember what they were called and then those who have probably never heard of these tracks but are keen to listen to the tracks that for the last 20 years have made dance, house, balearic, old skool, club classic music the most emotional, touching music that was ever produced.

This one goes ou to Ben, who requested this track. Big respect to Dave for proving the link.
It's a good track and very much in the BiR type mode which we all love (although it doesn't quite peak like a BiR track).


Sting - If I Ever Lose My Faith In You
(Miracle of Science Remix)

Apologies people, those nasty swines from DCMA have have threatened to shut down the blog if the link isn't removed.
If anyone wants the link just drop me an email at the usual address.
Keep the faith!!
Best regards, PCC

Go on then - another BiR classic

BiR do their stuff again turning a very average Janet Jackson track into a true club classic.
I've run out of superlatives for the BiR team.
It also seems that my fellow bloggers out there also recognise them as the Numero Uno remixers of clubland.

If you've not heard this track, then download and have a listen.
Absolute quality!!!

Janet Jackson - If
(Brothers in Rhythm remix)

Apologies people, those nasty swines from DCMA have have threatened to shut down the blog if the link isn't removed.
If anyone wants the link just drop me an email at the usual address.
Keep the faith!!
Best regards, PCC


Junior Jack - My Feeling (Kick N' Deep Mix)

Released in: 1999
It has been remixed too many times, but this is the best ..!
A classic dance floor filla, the vocals are from :
Saturday Love - Cherrelle


Saturday, 11 December 2010

Jo pap pa jo pap pa jo pap pa jo pap!!!!

Well it's goes summat like that!!
The Grand Piano track reminded me to post this old classic, which is a big fave of mine.
Here's the original version which is a true PCC.
This one is way old dating back to 1979 - I was only a young pup still in short trousers back then!!
I've also upped a version which is given a good make over by Todd Terry.
It retains all the bits which made the original great, but Mr Terry adds his usual crunchy beats.
It's an incredibly simple track, but very effective.

Candido - Jingo

Candido - Jingo
(Todd Terry Club Mix)

Friday, 10 December 2010

Staying on the old classics vibe!!!

Now I know this became a bit overground back in 1989 and if my memory serves me right it may have also hit the Top 40.
(Shame on me posting Top 40 hits on the PCC blog).
All said and done they, it's a fantastic track.
In many ways it's more of  a megamix, with so many samples and snippets thrown in.
Does anyone ever hear the riff for "Candido - Jingo" in there?
Well, that reminds me of another PCC to post.
Enjoy. "It's such a good vibration", "Tell us what you think about the Women's liberation?"
PS. it's a picture of a grand piano (apologies for stating the obvious!!)

The Mixmaster - Grand Piano 
(12" Version)

3 minutes of pure genius!!!

Evening all, I hope you've all had a good week.
Here comes a fantastic old classic from way back in 1990.
This is pure genius and was absolutely massive back in the day.
I'm sure that many of you won't know it by the title, but as soon as you hear it you will.
I'll keep the suspense there.
Trust me you will love it!!

Think Tank - Hack One 
(The Internet Worm Mix)

Thursday, 9 December 2010

Elevation !

Randy Bush - Elevation (Dub Mix)
Released: 1995
Genre: Italian-House

'' Lovely piano & uplifting vocals, this is a fine euro-dance release from ZYX...
..kicks along nicely and defo worth sharing ! ''

[ see comments box ]

Sunday, 5 December 2010

Enjoy the silence!!!

For those of you out there who loved the Progressive House sounds of the early 90's. this one will be right up your street.
It is very much like Leftfield in style and also similar in feel to the FSOL sound.
The track appears to be just progging along and then the piano kicks in at 2.54 and it just lifts the track up to PCC status.
A very simple, but equally stunning track.
Enjoy the silence!!

Acorn Arts - Silence

Feel the rhythm in the air!!!

Here's a quality piece of old skool for you!!
Total "hands in the air" piano anthem this one.
Typical of the tunes which were massive Up North in the early 90's.
Possibly a tad cheesy for the purists out there, but bloody effective.
Come "Feel the rhythm in the air"

Def La Desh & The Fresh Witness- Tear It Up

(FX Club Version)

This was the future sound!!!

Alright Peeps, Apologies for my lack of posting recently, things have been hectic.
Although I see Rich has been looking after you with some belting posts. Nice one fella!!
This one is a true PCC and one I've been meaning to post for a while.
FSOL also made great tracks under the alias of Metropolis and Hummanoid (plus many others).
However, this is probably their finest hour.
A beautiful ethereal piece of floaty progressive house from 1991.
Always loved the line
"Doh, hoh, ho, oh, oh, Yeah"
This was huge back in the day and although it was a track I dearly loved, it was one which I always found difficult to dance to.
Enjoy all the same.

Future Sound Of London - Papua New Guinea 
(12" Original)

Saturday, 4 December 2010

Fresh From My Shed

I mentioned last week that I had a few more Hurley gems tucked away in my shed. This is another one of them. I am no big fan of Mick Hucknall - mostly because I remember him wandering round the Hac dressed like a ponce. Anyhow this tune has been given a touch of Hurley magic.

Simply Red - Something's Got Me Started (Hurley's House Mix)

Going Out

I'm a big fan of early Italo House. This was a big big tune in 1990 and one I have very fond memories of.

Alex Lee (feat. Extacy) - I'm Gonna Go Out

A Little Bit More

A fantastic tune by a great artist. Kym Sims collaborated with Steve "Silk" Hurley on this banging tune. They are also responsible for Kim's better known "Too Blind To See". In my opinion - this is a better track.

Kym Sims - A Little Bit More (Hurley's House Mix)

Monday, 29 November 2010

Just Dance

An all time classic by the The Amen Ra of Universal Hip Hop Culture. A track so good even Big Bird did a version.

Afrika Bambaataa - Just Get Up And Dance (Club Mix)

Afrika Bambaataa - Just Get Up And Dance (Acappella Mix)

Don't You Just Love DMC?

Now the original of this track is a great classic from 89, but those DMC boys mixed it up a treat.
An all round quality house tune from beginning to end

Marshall Jefferson - Gotta Have House (DMC Anthemic Mix)

Sunday, 28 November 2010

Here it Comes

I had to check 3 times to make sure that this track hadn't been posted before.
Remixed by one of my all time favorite artists - Steve "Silk" Hurley
This is just 5 minutes of pure house bliss. I have quite a few more Hurley classics in the shed - time to dig them out I think.

Roberta Flack - Uh-Uh Ooh-Ooh Look Out (Here It Comes) (Steve Hurley's House Mix)

Tuesday, 23 November 2010

Q-Sound - Good Night

Q-Sound - Good Night (The Return)
[solid silver productions]

'' A Forgotten House Classic from 1995, this one will get most clubbers on the dancefloor.''
Absolutely wicked intro...


Monday, 22 November 2010

D.O.P. Rules

This post is for Leeds DJ

Thanks for the comments about the Joe Roberts remix - you're right D.O.P. ruled in the 90s - they were massive in the progressive house scene. Here are two more brilliant examples why:

D.O.P - Feels Real Good

D.O.P. - Here I Go

Sunday, 21 November 2010

Who, Who Pays the Piper??

A big fave of mine from back in 1992.
This was a track which was huge at Back to Basics in Leeds (hence the flyer) and always got a great dancefloor reaction.
It is very dark, but also very infectious.
A great remix by Oakenfold and Osbourne, they were right at their remix peak around this time.
The track is very dramatic with the whispered Gary Clail vocals.
I always loved the line;
"Designer drugs at designer prices, pills, thrills and other vices"
Whos pays the piper indeed!!!

Gary Clail & On-U Sound System - Who Pays The Piper ? 

(Perfecto Mix)

Saturday, 20 November 2010

Give Me Tonight

This is a really old tune - a classic bit of electro from 1984 - that's nearly 30 years ago (god I feel old)

Shannon - Give Me Tonight

Love is Energy

Back to the fantastic Mr Joe Roberts. 2 great versions of the classic love is energy.
The original
Joe Roberts - Love is Energy
and the fantastic D.O.P. remix
Joe Roberts - Love is Energy (D.O.P. Mix)


Now PCC has already posted a Jimmy Gomez mix of this track, but this is the version I remember Sasha playing a lot and it is my personal favorite.

Sunscreem - Perfect Motion (Boy's Own mix)


An earlier post of PCC reminded me of this great artist.
This is a superb piano house track well remixed by K-Klass

Joe Roberts - Lover (K-klass Klub Mix)

Friday, 19 November 2010

Wanna stay here forever!!!

A big fave of mine and one of the few truly great tracks of recent years.
Beuatiful melodic trance at it's very best.
This is hauntingly beautiful, it has a fantastic atmposhere and a lovely velvety vocal.
"Wanna stay here forever"
Yes indeed!!!
This one is as recent as 2007, which probably makes it one of the most recent tracks on the blog.

Fonzerelli - Spirit (Wanna Stay Here Forever) 
(Vocal Mix)

Sunday, 14 November 2010

PCC goes all classical again!!

Here's another piece of classical music which was absolutely massive in clubs and also one which was widely sampled and reworked.
People may remember the DNA version which was big on the club scene in the early 90's.
My fave use of the sample was in Dilemma - In Spirit - one of may all time favourite tracks.
However, this original version is absolutely amazing and one that will never date.
It was produced in 1981 and was only 2mins 18mins long.
This extended disco version spices it up just a touch more, whilst retaining the beauty of the original.
A truly amazing piece of music with fantastic emotion.
Big shout out to Stephen for bringing it to my attention again.
Keep them tracks coming fella, nice one!!

Rondo' Veneziano - La Serenissima
(Extended Disco Version)

"I promise you" this track is amazing!!!

Absolutely loving this track and a big shout out to Phil who sent it to me.
Big on the US clubbing scene back in the days, so I'm informed.
It was a track which was new to me, but one I'm absolutely hooked on.
It was originally released in 1987 by a band called When In Rome, but this version absolutely knocks the spots off the original.
It's got absolutely everything; superb vocals, great lyrics, some great subtle snippets of piano and just a delicious groove.
Massive in every sense.
Just checks these lyrics, fantastic for a sing along;
"I'm sorry but I'm just thinking of the right words to say
I know they don't sound the way I planned them to be
But if you wait around a while I'll make you fall for me
I promise you, I promise you I will"
Bloody lovely!!!

Tony Moran - The Promise
(Tony Moran and Warren Rigg Extended Mix)

Tuesday, 9 November 2010

love storm

cynthia m
"love storm"
morels club mix
top notch us vocal track remixed by george morel, played by parky & many more.
they dont make em like this anymore

Thursday, 4 November 2010

Joe Smooth Collection

Joe Smooth Collection

Joe Smooth - I Try
Joe Smooth - Inside My Mind
Joe Smooth - Promise Land (New '89 Remix)
Joe Smooth - They Want To Be Free (Strauss In The House)


Friday, 29 October 2010

Feel the Energy of the Beautiful Ballet!!!

Well, I leave you tonight with a piece of classic Balearic bliss.
This is an amazing track with some absolutely fantastic saxophone and a wonderful atmospheric vibe.
It's the kind of track which could be played at the beginning of the night to warm the crowd up or it could equally be dropped late on at night, when people are winding down.
It's just a brilliant piece of music and a big fave of mine.
Pure quality I'm sure you'll agree.
Bring on the Beautiful Ballet!!!

Beautiful Ballet - Energy
(Rudy's Remix)

Two classic pieces of early detroit house music!!!

Here's two superb example of original house music.
Like much of the music coming out of Detroit at that time they have a very dark sound.
However, they are also both very infectious and have a wonderful deep vibe.
Both were very big tracks at the Hacienda way back in 1988/89.
Why am I posting them together, well they are both so bloody similar and also so very good.
The Da Posse track just grooves along with a powerful incessant blend of dark house and light techno.
The Rhythim Is Rhythim track has the very same vibe, but then breaks into a flowing melodic vibe, then back into the deep techno house.
Both tracks are so alike, but also so powerful and were both very influential.
Pure quality.
These tracks laid the foundations for many the following generations of house and techno.

Da Posse - Its My Life (Aluh Mix)

Rhythim is Rhythim - The Dance

Come on feel those night moves!!!

The original version of this by Rickster has already been posted by one of my PCC comrades, but this is the version that does it for me.
It is a little more housed up and very, very funky.
It's got some great subtle piano and the vocals rea very sharp and effective.
A really quality remake from 1991 of a great club classic.

De Melero - Night Moves
(En El Calor De La Noche Mix)

Ladies and Gentlemen Miss Grace Jones!!!

Now here's a classic track.
There's many remixes of this, but I've picked out two of my faves.
The first is a great remix by Love To Infinity  - very typical of their production style, very bouncy and instant.
It really complements Grace's vocal which is incredibly powerful.
The other version is a remix by T-empo - which compared to many of their remixes, is slightly slow and in all fairness pretty disappointing measured against their standards of excellence, but still pretty good even so.

Grace Jones - Slave To The Rhythm
(Love To Infinity Classic Paradise 12" Mix)

Grace Jones - Slave To The Rhythm
(The T-Empo Grace In Your Face '94 Overture)

Sorry I've gone all Balearic on you again!!!

Some may call this pop/rock, but it was also a fantastic club track.
As with many songs with the Balearic tag, it has very little to do with dance music, other than the fact that when dropped in a club at the right time it can have the most amazing effect.
This is exactly such a track.
A really great pop track, but also a track which caused mayhem on the dancefloors of many of the UK's finest late night haunts.
If you've ever heard this in a club - then you'll know exactly what I mean.
If not, then sit back listen and imagine being "cocooned" in a pure ecstatic rush, then it'll make some sense!

Then Jericho - Big Area

You got that thing - called love!!!

It's been a while since we had a Paul Gotlel remix, so here's a well overdue post!!
A really catchy remix, typical of PG with lots of great bouncy piano and some great vocals from Aaliyah.
All in all a really catchy little number.
This one dates back to 1995, but feels very much morwe recent than that.
They'll be plenty more to come from Mr Gotel in the future.
So stay tuned if you like big piano breakdowns!!

Aaliyah - The Thing I Like
(Paul Gotel's Classic Anthem Mix)

A big piano anthem - bring out the Candlelight!!

This track was pretty huge in most of the clubs "Up North" back in 1992.
It's a massive "hands in the air" piano tune, which always went down a storm.
Perhaps, it now feels a tad cheesy, but back in the day it was awesome when dropped in clubs.
The smiles on the faces, the hands in the air, the hand shakes all used to come out when this was dropped, whether it was at Angels, Zone, Shelleys, Kaos or Ark nights (all clubs where I heard this played).
It certainly brings back some great memories of great nights.
"Talk about candlelights, wine all night, show for the caviar, whatever you like, I'm for it!"
Yes indeed!!

Cordial - Candlelight
(Whatever You Like Mix)

Friday, 22 October 2010

A big shout out to the wider PCC team!!!

This one goes out to all those out there who regularly contribute to the blog, whether it's leaving comments and feedback, sharing tracks and links or making track suggestions, this blog is here to serve you.
Your continued support and feedback is very much appreciated and the passwords will remain, as we ensure that we keep this blog limited to those who are prepard to give as well as take.
I hope you've enjoyed the posts tonight.
Here's one to finish with and it's a special one.
I've had it "up my sleeve" for some time, as it was recommended to me some while ago.
It's an epic, that builds and builds a la BiR, T-empo, Paul Gotel stylee.
Lots of lush piano, amazing breakdowns, fantastic vocals, tempo changes.
You name it it's got it!!
This ones for all the wider PCC team and contributors.
Respect people!!
Also another huge rarity - for once the Frankie Knuckles remix is surpassed - in this instance the Tom Moulten remix is the one. It makes the FK remix seem a bit pedestrian!!

Le Monde - I Have No Fear
(Hallelujah Journey Mix)

Le Monde - I Have No Fear
(Franktified Club Mix)

This one goes back, way back (back again)...

Here's a golden oldie for you.
This one dates back to 1987 - amazing to think it's 23 years old.
It still sounds great.
A really raw piece of classic house, with some magical piano.
Not over produced and a bit rough around the edges, but very effective.
Enjoy, as I'm sure you will.

T.J. - I Dub Again
(Basement Mix)

Now for something completely different again....

We're certainly mixing it up tonight!!
This one certainly raises the tempo.
It was a huge Oakey track back in 1993 and was certainly a track which was ahead of it's time.
It was one of the first examples of early trance and was very different to anything else around at that time.
Most tracks were very much on the Progressive House vibe, but this was much more pounding in nature.
It absolutely rocked and still sounds amazing today.
A true dancefloor classic!!
Wow! Indeed Mr Yogi!!

The Overlords - Wow! Mr Yogi (Control The Mind)
(F.A.M. Tranceport Mix)

Now for something completely different....

You can't get any more Balearic than this!!
You may well remember this as a great pop track from back in 1984 - but you probably won't have heard this Extended Version - which is just amazing.
The Clarinet in this is simply out of this world - believe me - pure Balearic heaven.
Just imagine this one dropped last track of the night.
There wouldn't be a dry eye in the house.
Balearic baby - you bet!!!
The main riff in this track is taken from a famous piece of classical music "Sibelius, Symphony No. 5" for you pop pickers out there!!
Enjoy, this remix it is very special!!

Strawberry Switchblade - Since Yesterday

(Extended Version)

A big house classic from 1991!

There was a time back in 1991 when you couldn't go in any credible club without hearing this.
It was just everywhere.
It's quite simply a classic piece of house music.
Very similar in style to Kym Syms - Too Blind To See It, but far less commercial.
It was very powerful track in it's day and still sounds fantastic today.
A magical Steve "Silk" Hurley remix, boy he was hot about that era!!
Hold on Tighter indeed!!!
Love it!!

Clubland - Hold On (Tighter To Love)
(Hurley's House Mix)

Guess the vocalist??

Well I never thought I'd be posting Celeine Dion on the PCC blog, but you know the stance if it's great dance music it'll get posted.
To be honest you'd probably never recognise that it was Celine Dion, it just sounds like a very, very good house music track with some great vocals.
I'm sure you could play a good game of "guess the vocalist" and you'd have everybody scratching the heads, as I'm sure that nobody would associated it with Celine Dion.
All the same it's a top track and as you'd expect a very polished vocal.
It's from 1992 and if I'm not mistaken was a track which Sasha used to play out.

Celine Dion - Love Can Move Mountains
(Underground Vocal Mix)

Drown in the sea of bliss!!

Here's another beautiful track which just floats along in a hypnotic kind of way.
Very similar to the type of "dream music" which was around in the late 90's.
This was actually out in 1999.
It has a tempo similar to Robert Miles tracks and is similar in style to the Eugina track posted recently.
It's just a really nice piece of floaty, mellow trance music. Nothing heavy, just lush!!!
Very atmospheric and very nice.
Dream on!!!

Rank 1 - Airwave
(Original Mix)

If Carlsberg made dance music...............

Evening all, some time ago I posted a track by Beat Foundation called Foundations, which was immense.
I informed that there was also a Foundations II - which is also pretty immense.
So here it is, in all it's beautiful splendour - absolutely laced with spine tingling piano breakdowns.
They don't come much better than this.
If Carlsberg made dance music...............
Yeah, I'm sure you get the jist.
This track is the absolute tops!!

Beat Foundation - Foundations II

Monday, 18 October 2010

The Vision Masters v Ce Ce Rogers

Vision Masters v Ce Ce Rogers (Promo Mix)

'' A simple Mash-up remix of Keep On Pumpin' It Up...
.. it's basically the same but, with an Intro (Acapella)
of All Join Hands by Ce Ce Rogers ''


Friday, 15 October 2010

More delight from Ms. Carey!!!

Here;s another fantstic track from the one with the honey coated tonsils.
This is a great track which mxies Marih's fantastic vocals in accapella stylee, but with a great piano back drop.
It's very old skool in style, but it remiains a real authenticity, superbly remixed by the legend that is Shep Pettibone.
A really great track - Mariah does it every time!!
Just check out that "squeal" at the end, now that can't be good for the vocal cords!!

Mariah Carey - Someday