Cornell Campbell – The Sun Stop Shining
This singer was one of my first influences singing and progression onto sound systems, cool vocals and harmonies. Growing up with older brothers and Jamaican parents always playing music, I was hit bound for music from birth.
Curtis Mayfield (Live) We The People Who Are Darker Than Blue
When it comes to vocal tones vision and expression, Curtis Mayfield just like a lot of the reggae artist i’d listen to as a kid could reflect the current issues of bad times and make them sound so good real and true.
Robert Owens – Walk a mile in my shoes (Henrik Schwarz Rmx)
To me what a beautiful tune, what a beautiful deliverence from a great man but this version by Henrik Schwarz killed it very privileged to have shared the same stage together a few times.
Mr. Fingers (Larry Heard) – Can You Feel It
What can i say about this track?? we are truly blessed to have people who made the pathway to what we are on today timeless stamp of our time.
Aly-Us – Follow Me (Club Mix Edit 1992)
This is just another great classic, spreading positive messages and I just loved seeing everyone sing along to this one, especially the women, summer of love thats how you make the connection.
Break Of Dawn
Wow so many track of this era and the breaks where heavier them days! the energy strings and again sweet vocals. You can’t stop dancing on this tip!
Dwyck – Gangstarr ft. Nice & Smooth
Ok since this is DMC which my boys back in the day was competing in, this tune is so on point, we used to bust lyrics and cut up beats like this! Dope track!
Phaze 1 – Natural Timeless Recordings
My top 10 list has to have a bit of Drum n Bass, we have to remember that this music also originates from the acid house scene and came from the same place, these guys bought that feeling back with this track, again I love these locals!!!
Rene & Angela – Secret Rendezvous
This track reminds me of carnival days underneath the fly over when the carnival used to go on right though the night and not shut off at 7pm.. 🙁
Bunny Wailer Dreamland Dreamland Dub.
The elements of melodic drums harmonies put together, Just goes to show we don’t need hands to be touched or feel… the power of music.
Project 16 – Beauty Comes EP (Liberationparty Records)
Liberationparty Records welcome the long-standing producer and vocalist Tempo O’Neil under his Project 16 pseudonym, for a new EP that draws on his long life of musical experiences having first started singing aged just 14. A storied life has seen this London based Luton-er become a member of the Saxon Sound System, key player in the acid house revolution, employee of Big City Records and producer with a long list of credits on numerous top labels. Always evolving his sound, he is as vibrant in the studio now as ever and still exploring new ground. Opener ‘It’s Alright It’s Okay’ is a gorgeous deep house track with warm, effervescing keys and bass and the sort of timeless vocal that immediately tugs at the heart strings. Pads swirl like cosmic clouds and add scale to this most heady groove.The superb ‘Take Sometime Out For Living’ then picks up the pace with a Larry Heard influenced house sound. Poised chords and sci-fi feelings permeate the crisp beats and more of O’Neil’s syrupy, heartfelt vocals add rich and irresistible layers. Closing out this fantastic EP is ‘When Beauty Comes’, with bleeping keys dancing about the scales as pained singing sucks you in and the weightless drums suspend you in space.