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Thread: Great Tunes Not Usually On Your Playlist

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    Great Tunes Not Usually On Your Playlist

    In a world of sabbath , soundgarden , pantera and slayer I sometimes dip into something different

    https://youtu.be/sHGyipqYFr8?si=8YhOTvh3leEXKva4

    Well not that often

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    Go for it sisters

    https://youtu.be/3E5bg02oauA?si=IVoPJBHGlgif_3cj


    Powerful lungs

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    Some great dance stuff from late eighties on

    https://youtu.be/1Ec9FYcC2VA?si=j_GQDI-VdGlrZCnQ

    Soul Crew originals

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    i raise you with

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    Quote Originally Posted by ToTaL ITK View Post
    i raise you with
    Great song

    Huge influence on soul , rnb , great production

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    https://youtu.be/5vgV_dVkXN4?si=Zx3BCcC2wgx4YW2i

    Fruity

    The ladies from En Vogue were background vocals on this

    I was somewhat distracted

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    Quote Originally Posted by ToTaL ITK View Post
    Groovy

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    https://youtu.be/TjvvK-Rj0WI?si=ZQntNXZEKrRcXw7-

    As a metal head I always thought he was a good guitarist and she had a great voice

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    they were all great , loved budgie
    posted before but still great
    https://youtu.be/J-N9gI57bzQ?si=I9piyLARU41HsvEW

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    Quote Originally Posted by ToTaL ITK View Post
    they were all great , loved budgie
    posted before but still great
    https://youtu.be/J-N9gI57bzQ?si=I9piyLARU41HsvEW
    That's a bit hi energy

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    Quote Originally Posted by SLUDGE FACTORY View Post
    Some great dance stuff from late eighties on

    https://youtu.be/1Ec9FYcC2VA?si=j_GQDI-VdGlrZCnQ

    Soul Crew originals
    Never in a million years would have I expected you to post this! It's a decent tune, not her best.

    That whole Steve 'Silk' Hurley sound from the early 90s is the reason I got into dance music. He'd developed a unique sound and this featured on dozens of tracks and remixes. I'll raise you the following

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-H9dkIDVjR0

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jXscnM7W6Uw

    I used his riff from Ce Ce Peniston's 'We Got A Love Thang' for a studio project in uni to do a cover version of Sussudio. Got a first. I presume the marker wasn't familar with Hurley's work. My all-time favourite remixer and producer. David Morales comes a very distant second.

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    https://youtu.be/p8IVONhSEY0?si=1uFGLrcuq-wP4Znv

    Iíve had this on my playlist for yonks. Listen to it at least once a month. Usually when Iím driving.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eric the Half a Bee View Post
    Never in a million years would have I expected you to post this! It's a decent tune, not her best.

    That whole Steve 'Silk' Hurley sound from the early 90s is the reason I got into dance music. He'd developed a unique sound and this featured on dozens of tracks and remixes. I'll raise you the following

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-H9dkIDVjR0

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jXscnM7W6Uw

    I used his riff from Ce Ce Peniston's 'We Got A Love Thang' for a studio project in uni to do a cover version of Sussudio. Got a first. I presume the marker wasn't familar with Hurley's work. My all-time favourite remixer and producer. David Morales comes a very distant second.
    Mantronix did some good stuff

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    Quote Originally Posted by SLUDGE FACTORY View Post
    Some great dance stuff from late eighties on

    https://youtu.be/1Ec9FYcC2VA?si=j_GQDI-VdGlrZCnQ

    Soul Crew originals
    I always loved that track!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wash DC Blue View Post
    I always loved that track!
    It's a superb song

    Very simple

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    https://youtu.be/JFAp3aRJ2vA?si=IO8SF6EPPzw6rGAr

    We will walk and talk in gardens all wet with rain

    I will never ever grow so old again

    I will ride my chariot down your streets and cry

    Me I am dynamite and I don't know why

    23 when he wrote and performed astral weeks

    Absolute genius before he went all religious

    He was living in pontcanna in the 1990s

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    Re: Great Tunes Not Usually On Your Playlist

    Quote Originally Posted by Eric the Half a Bee View Post
    Never in a million years would have I expected you to post this! It's a decent tune, not her best.

    That whole Steve 'Silk' Hurley sound from the early 90s is the reason I got into dance music. He'd developed a unique sound and this featured on dozens of tracks and remixes. I'll raise you the following

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-H9dkIDVjR0

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jXscnM7W6Uw

    I used his riff from Ce Ce Peniston's 'We Got A Love Thang' for a studio project in uni to do a cover version of Sussudio. Got a first. I presume the marker wasn't familar with Hurley's work. My all-time favourite remixer and producer. David Morales comes a very distant second.
    Silk Hurley. Yeah same for me too. I like dance, metal, glam rock, rap, punk and New Romantics.

    Generally donít do pop but I did like New Order and Pet Shop Boys. But house, deep house, Nu-Disco and Soulful House is what I listen to most.

    For today I nominate Cathy Dennis and D-Mob. Possibly the only red head I would jump on top of. Gorgeous voice

    https://youtu.be/CBHRCTMsVk8?si=z_SGMq_8iS0cnlSN

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    Quote Originally Posted by Keyser Soze View Post
    Silk Hurley. Yeah same for me too. I like dance, metal, glam rock, rap, punk and New Romantics.

    Generally donít do pop but I did like New Order and Pet Shop Boys. But house, deep house, Nu-Disco and Soulful House is what I listen to most.

    For today I nominate Cathy Dennis and D-Mob. Possibly the only red head I would jump on top of. Gorgeous voice

    https://youtu.be/CBHRCTMsVk8?si=z_SGMq_8iS0cnlSN
    From Norwich

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    'Morning' from Peer Gynt.

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    This live performance is outstanding and quite surprising, as I thought they only existed inside a recording studio. I know they had one hit way back, but they have never been on my radar.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Wales-Bales View Post
    This live performance is outstanding and quite surprising, as I thought they only existed inside a recording studio. I know they had one hit way back, but they have never been on my radar.

    KEXP is superb isn't it ?

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