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Download Your Love Is So Good - LTJ - LTJ In Bologna (CD)
Label: Dirty Old Music - DOMS002 • Format: CD Mixed, Unofficial Release • Country: UK • Genre: Funk / Soul • Style: Soul

Blackness Vol. Marcadores: Blackness Series. DJ Miki Discoteca Ciak Dickinson, C. Miller, H. Brown, H. Scott, L. Oskar, L. Jordan, S. Riggins Notes: Produced for Eastbound Records, Inc. Distributed by Janus Records, N. Biography by Richie Unterberger AMG : Indianapolis soul-jazz trio Nineteenth Whole first played together as backup musicians for jazz guitar great Grant Green, forming their own group to record the Smilin' album on Eastbound Records.

The record was solid early-'70s soul-jazz in which the musicians sounded more comfortable with the soul idiom than many did on releases given a soul-jazz tag, offering five mostly instrumental, lengthy pieces with funky grooves and some sparkling organ-vibes-guitar interaction.

Fallin' Pastaboys , Wummi. Osci Lady Tokyo Cyclo. Open Your Mind Paris Match , Maysa Leak. Paris Match. Maysa Leak. By Our Side Funk Revenge. Legato , Karen Jones. Karen Jones. Shield Machine Noego Remix Horny Rear The Brother Foster.

Silence Heaven Jodadj Remix Instrumental Luca Ferrari. Realize Jaffa Surfa Remix Scienza Doppia H 2xLP. Feel The Base CD. Feel The Base LP. It was the producer's fifth at the time, and he has serve dup two more since, but this one remains the most in demand, hence a timely reissue on Italy's IRMA.

The six sides of vinyl serve up plenty of disco treats that lean on funk, soul and downtempo and ooze a real authenticity and authority. The title track itself is a fine example, with its loose and jailing grooves, organic percussion and soaring, serene strings.

Running In Circle translucent blue vinyl 12". He brings all that knowledge and old school experience to everything he does, including this new one on Italy's IRMA.

Tsuki another sumptuously go-slow groove that wallows in the big spaces between the beats. Funky little riffs and playful chord stabs are added for extra soul and the whole thing sounds as good now as ever. Bad Side 12". Tickling the shared underbellies of house, soul, disco, dub and cosmic, all three of these cuts were tailored for heads-down, hip-slinking late night blends that could work in almost any set.

Slinky and smouldering, "Bad Side" struts like Omar, "Fooling You" is an incredible piece of instrumental work as it writhes like a Lalo Schifrin pre-chase scene while "Put Me Down" sees singer Anduze pop vocal hits with a band leader style presence. Ordinary Guy 12". Rhythm Of Life LP. This belated sequel follows the same formula, with an epic cast list of guest vocalists stamping their mark on his seductive and breezy compositions.

Disc one, subtitled Jazzy Lane, lives up to its title, delivering a blend of big-band jazz, Latin jazz, bossa-nova and smooth jazz. Prior to Moulton and throughout his active years , no major player had prefaced their name with "A" and followed it with "Mix".

One will find examples of this usage today, but in Mr. Moulton's heyday such usage was unheard of for those seeking respect in the industry. Moulton's use of the phrase led to similar usage by his contemporaries within the Salsoul Records family.

Such usage would have given him the status of "mentor" rather than infringe his territory. In a late s interview, Mr. Moulton himself cast aspersion upon Vincent Montana Jr. Tom's remixes, both past and present, continue to be played on radio stations today, and more recently aired on Retro Soul Radio London, are Tom's outstanding Philly Regrooved Albums. Retro Soul Radio presenters Dave Simons and Neil Winter had the pleasure of speaking with Tom about his career, his music and his passion for the music industry.

The interview was aired on Retro Soul Radio with his fans from all over the world locked in for over 2 hours listening to his tracks and what he had to say about them. From Discogs. From SoulJazz Records: Tom Moulton is one of the most important people in the history of dance music.

When thinking of Dance Music, and its now long and proud heritage, there is no denying that one of the yardsticks everyone comes back to time and time again is the visionary body of work that Tom Moulton has accumulated over the course of his long and illustrious career. In the s he also began a career in modelling that would run parallel to his music.

It was here that Tom Moulton first began splicing up tapes for the discotheque. In the early s DJs played 45rpm seven-inch singles which lasted around 3 minutes.

Tom Moulton wanted to extend the time of a song in order to keep people on the dancefloor. These seemed to be mostly philly-oriented records that I was already in love with, and now they had new added parts, which lots of times was now the best part of the record.

Danny Krivit In whilst continuing his search for louder, longer records he cut the first 12" single ever along with cutting engineer Jose Rodriguez. He also started to write the first ever Disco column for Billboard magazine. In the s Tom Moulton became the most in-demand remixer in the world. Over three decades he has designed numerous Disco classics as well as Pop hits ranging from Harold Melvin and the Blue Notes to Robert Palmer he was behind "Every Kind of People" taking them many steps above.

Today at 60plus he is still mixing and producing, in a crusade against the current musical mediocrity. From a little corner of his Manhattan apartment, his eyes locked on a computer he is harnessed to deliver the legendary Tom Moulton mix, he breathes life into songs that were gathering dust in warehouses, usually forgotten by their current owners, the Major labels.

And what a life that is, one that is vibrant and thrilling, miles away from the droney sound of contemporary club music. Tom is definitely a man of sheer brillance, a quality that is all too rare in our scene, meeting him was one of the best encounters I've ever had.

Dimitri from Paris - January " This is the first album to bring together some of the classic and rare tracks that have been blessed with "A Tom Moulton Mix" on the record label. Found Love 12". Found Love 30th Anniversary Remixes transparent yellow vinyl 12". Found Love: 30th Anniversary Remixes transparent green vinyl 12". Encantado 2xLP. Realize 12". Feel The Base LP. Timeless 12". The Album 2xLP. International Anthem 12". The Anthology 2xLP. For 7 Years: 12". Vem 12". Feliz De Novo 12".

Meo Suenho 12". Voce Me Aparaceu Part 2 12". Tem Que Valer 12". Meu Sonho Rmx 12". Voce Me Aparaceu 12". I Can't Get Enough 12". Organ Mind 12".

Sound Machine 12". Soul Desires 12". Hear The Funky Sound 12".


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9 Replies to “ Your Love Is So Good - LTJ - LTJ In Bologna (CD) ”

  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of LTJ In Bologna (Dirty Old Music - Chapter 2) on Discogs.5/5(9).
  2. Track Johnnie Taylor - Your Love Is Rated X Track Sidney Barnes - Your Love is So Good To Me Track The Jones Girls - This Feeling's Killing Me Track Silk - I Can't Stop Track Track Merry Clayton - Emotion Track Curtis Mayfield - You're So Good To Me Track Roy Ayers - Searching Track The Floaters - Float On.
  3. A killer mix CD, from Luca Trevisi. It is the kind of mix that is only possible from someone who has years of diggin' and collecting vinyl and is ideal as an introduction to 70's early 80's black American soul music. LTJ - LTJ in Bologna: Dirty Old Music Chapter 2 () , Sidney Barnes – Your Love Is So Good (
  4. Review: LTJ's Hot Groovy label contuniously serves up hot plates of drum tracks that make the sonic cuisine of other contempory disco labels look like sloppy fast food gruel. This release sees LTJ delivers an ultra sultry "Get Your Groove", a track that should only be danced to when the temperature is hot and the ceiling is teeming with sweet.
  5. Ltj X-perience. fans Top tracks. What I Feel. Ltj X-perience. City Lounge, Vol Give Me Your Love (Dj Spen Remix) Black Mighty Orchestra. Irma Greatest Remixes, Vol. 1. So Good (Oh My Good! Mix) Submantra. Running .
  6. Review: Bologna based legend Luca Trevisi aka LTJ Xperience has been spinning around Italy since the '80s so we were convinced he knew his stuff already, but this album is truly testament to his years and knowledge. He re-edits a bunch of classic soul jams spanning, funk soul, disco and rare groove on a collection which is pure fire and a worthy addition to any DJs arsenal.
  7. From IRMA's homepage: "Irma Records was born in Bologna, Italy in When the few independent labels of the time were dealing with rock music, the artistic director Umbi Damiani and the general manager Massimo Benini formed a production team together with a small circle of dance DJ's and producers from the Bologna area, including Claudio Moz-Art Rispoli (future .
  8. Ltj X-perience. fans Top titres. What I Feel. Ltj X-perience. City Lounge, Vol Give Me Your Love (Dj Spen Remix) Black Mighty Orchestra. Irma Greatest Remixes, Vol. 1. So Good (Oh My Good! Mix) Submantra. Running Slimming .

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