Bottom Forty

Bottom Forty is a mirror ball in New York, a basement in Chicago, a cruise in L.A. and a night in the desert.

Jim Burgess

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April 28, 2013
Jim at the mixing board.

Jim at the mixing board.

Some historians suggest we start creating social networks for dead people so that we don’t lose the rich history and the impact they had on the world and community, but more importantly so we don’t forget their names. Jim Burgess is one of those names. He was plucked from Atlanta and whisked to NY to start a club called 12 West. Later he went on to remix some of the most influential dance records of our time such as Linda Clifford’s “Runaway Love”, “Lover’s Holiday” by Change and “Here Comes That Sound Again” by Love-Deluxe. He also dabbled in production while collaborating and remixing greats like Alicia Bridges, Gregg Diamond’s “Bionic Boogie” and Candi Staton and Kiss.

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