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.

2 Super Soul Re-Rubs

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March 8, 2014
Maze feat: Frankie Beverly

Maze feat: Frankie Beverly

This Maze release of “Color Blind” from 1977 was the B-side of a 7”that also appears on their self-titled debut Lp “Maze feat. Frankie Beverly”. The Scratchandsniff guys do simple cuts and paste edits with nothing added to stay true to the original material. The extended guitar lick is definitely true to a smooth steppin’ funky soul groove.

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Lyn_Collins

Gloria Lavern Collins, better known as Lyn Collins’ single “Take Me As I Am” gets a subtle re-work from Sweden’s Disco Tech. Released in 1973 Lyn is most famous for her massive hit “Think (About it) also with Godfather of soul Mr. James Brown. This slow space/sleaze groove comes in at a whopping 82bpm, perfect for that last track of the night.

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Category: Downloads