It’s not very often we fall in love with a slice of pop music, but this one is really special. The original is strong but this edit from MrLeigh lifts and extends the original over the sunny horizon. The beat is classy, the arrangement is classy and the vocals…..yep, they’re classy. It’s what’s missing from so much pop music at the moment, a subtlety and class………that string section at the end! Stick this in your sex mix folks, you know you have one.
Always happy to see a freebie from Late Night Tuff Guy pop up on our radar! This time around he’s taking Donna Summer for a slow dance, that quickly turns into a downright boogie. The original track from Donna is ‘Bad Girls’ and this has LNTG’s signature sound stamped all over it. He doesn’t do anything too rude to Donna which is key to the success of this joining of sounds. This isn’t their first date however as LNTG has turned his attention to Donna before with his edit titled ‘Love2Love’. It’s clear that he’s got some love for this lady, but don’t we all, so it’s nice to see her treated with respect.
Today we have an exclusive freebie for you from Ben Gomori. His version to Marvin’s amazing ‘Inner City Blues’ rebuilds some unmistakable vocals into a darker composition using them as an instrument, like you would a set of keys. It’s less of a remix and more of an original sampling familiar moments.
Put a bit of house swing into your stride today with yet another great freebie from Sixth Avenue Express. This rehash of Jamaica Girl’s track On the Move slows down the original and goes a more piano house route with plenty of giddy little shifts and drops as we have come to expect from the SAE guys. Music to high five strangers to.
There’s a bucketload of edits of this classic Alicia Myers original out there (Dead Rose Music Company – Faith being my favourite) and this one is one of the better ones. Geared up for the floor this loopy full force version will get hips swinging for sure. Letting the vocal loose too much effect in the middle lifts this edit to something that’ll be playing in your head the next morning as you piece together the antics from the night before.