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.

Motown Joints Mixer by Greg Womack

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August 11, 2013

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This mix has been ruling my world this weekend. It’s a 2 hour compilation of tracks by Greg Womack pulled from the newly released Motown Joints 10 volume collection of edits and mixes. The collection is compiled by Jay Negron aka J*SKI, and includes edits by Tom Moulton, John Morales, Scratchandsniff, The Apple Scruffs, Pied Piper, Whiskey Barons, U-Tern, Alkalino, Onur Engin, Drop Out Orchestra, Dimitri From Paris, Belabouche and Todd Terje. It’s epic and truly amazing.

You can download the entire 10 volume collection here.

Category: Downloads

Tom Moulton is the mix master

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March 13, 2013

The whole point of a remix is to extend all the best parts of a song as decided by the song remixer. Tom Moulton is a master because he retains all the original warmth and vibe of the original track, while making it usually longer and more interesting.

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Tapestry – Big Stone Wall (Around Your Heart) (A Tom Moulton Remix)
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(Right click ‘save link as’ to download)

Category: Music

The Joy Of Disco

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March 13, 2013

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If you know me, you know I love me my disco. So imagine my delight when I came across this BBC-produced documentary. It’s pretty good and a well-recommended watch. Tom Moulton is especially funny reminiscing about his remix of Andrea True Connection‘s More More More. As is Moroder on the creation of the pioneering Diana Ross classic I Feel Love. Their focus on the connection between disco music and gay culture gives me warm fuzzies. My biggest gripe is that there’s nary a mention of Larry Levan, not one peep.


BBC – The Joy of Disco by lebon666

Category: Music