HIGH FASHION ‘FEELIN’ LUCKY LATELY’ (CAPITOL)
One of the most underrated pieces of boogie ever.
JOHNNY D MIX TAPES
My friend in New York does a mix show and his musical selection from the ‘80s is right for any party.
LEROY HUTSON ‘HUTSON I & II’ (CURTOM)
The soul man’s two albums from the ‘70s are near faultless.
LEFTFIELD ‘LEFTISM’ (SONY)
Perhaps the greatest dance album ever made that’s yet to be surpassed.
BONITA ARTERBERRY ‘THANK YOU’ (ULTRAX)
A modern day soul album rarity from ’91.
ARETHA FRANKLIN ‘ANGEL’ (ATLANTIC)
All your Sunday mornings rolled into 4 sublime minutes.
STEPHANIE MILLS ‘IF I WERE YOUR WOMAN’ (MCA)
From ’87 this reminds me of my pirate days on LWR.
ANGELA WINBUSH ‘IT’S THE REAL THING’ (MERCURY)
Such a unique voice; the album contains a fantastic reading of ‘I’ve Learned To Respect The Power Of Love’.
MASSIVE ATTACK ‘BLUE LINES’ (VIRGIN)
A defining moment in British dance.
YOUNG MC ‘KNOW HOW’ (DELICIOUS VINYL)
To pick the tempo up and get everyone singing along.