Here is a late night, sick tune! A track that R. already had sent me a long time ago, but one I stumbled upon again just now when I was riding on my bike back home. I was really drawn into the groove. Deeper than deep! I just couldn’t resist posting this. Good night!
This track really shows how good acoustic can sound with a little tweak of electronica. Not that acoustic isn’t great on itself though. I’ve got this track from a Stephane Pompougnac CD who is a French house DJ. If you know him then it is highly likely that you know him as the composer and mixer of the Hôtel Costes CD’s. The CD where this track is from wasn’t a Hôtel Costes CD, it was a solo album by Stephane Pompougnac called Night and Day. The best track on both CD’s! The track displays such a great interplay between the female vocals, the male vocals and the beat.
Don’t you just love it to when you have heard a great track on the radio, in a club or in a DJ set and at the time you don’t know what the name is and later on you just stumble upon it? That happened to me with this track. A very interesting remix by Nicolas Jaar, who has made an excellent new track out of the original by Azari & III. And the piano is the best!
Here’s another track I stumbled upon last night. One to start off your day in a good mood: Crazy. A laidback remix by the boys of Nôze who are themselves a bit crazy when they play live, if I have to believe what I’ve heard.
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Holy shit. I just found a shitload of fantastic music! I really want to post it all, but I have to go to sleep now and well…exams are coming up. So I’ll have to see when I have the time, but here is a little taste of what is coming: I Don’t Feel It Anymore. This remix is just so sweet! Beautiful vocals that go very well with the subtle beat. Well done George Raquet, well done.
This is not a track you can listen to when you want to go to sleep. This makes you want to jump all over the place. What a sick track! Looking for a genuine banger? You have found it right here. It’s just Loco!
This song was recorded by Bill Cosby and Quincy Jones in 1969 as the theme song for The Bill Cosby Show. This song is so funky, thanks to the loose kind of playing. It sounds like everybody is just jamming and having a good time. Note the amazing saxophone lines and the awesome bass playing by Carol Kaye (amazing female bass player, played on classics like ‘Good Vibrations’ by the Beach Boys, ‘River Deep – Mountain High’ by Ike & Tina and a lot of Simon & Garfunkel songs).