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VariousPulp Fusion Revival Boogie Down – Original Revival Ghetto Jazz & Funk Classics ... CD
Harmless (UK), 1970s/1980s. Used 2CD ... $6.99
The Pulp Fusion series makes a funky move towards the dancefloor – shifting from its earlier blend of older funk and jazz tunes into a more club-styled set that features some wonderful boogie groovers! The overall sound is still quite funky, but compiler DJ Pogo has opened the mix to including some excellent bits from the end of the 70s – tracks that were some of the heavier numbers of the disco era, and which show that funk made a great transition to the dancefloor during the time! There's still some choice older bits of funk, but the later tracks actually really are what make this set a great one – opening the sound up a lot past oft-sampled classics. 2CD set features 1 disc that's mixed live by DJ Pogo, plus 1 disc of unmixed tracks – featuring 13 titles that include "You Can't Hide" by David Joseph, "Candy" by Cameo, "Love Will Bring Us Back Together" by Roy Ayers, "You Bet Your Love" by Herbie Hancock, "Touch Me" by Wish & Fonda Rae, "Bounce Rock Skate Roll (part 1)" by Vaughan Mason & Crew, "Dance Across The Floor" by Jimmy Bo Horne, "Gonna Make You Mine" by Loose Ends, "Turn The Music Up" by Players Association, "Do It To The Music" by Raw Silk, and "Flashlight" by Parliament. CD
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✨✧ VariousTwelve Inch Eighties – People Hold On (3CD set) ... CD
Crimson (UK), 1980s. New Copy 3 CDs ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
The 80s were a huge decade for the 12" single – with a shift at the start of the decade to really unlock the possibilities in the format, to a move near the 90s where the format was virtually a standalone record itself – sometimes more important than full length albums by some artists! This set brings together loads of important tracks from that moment – music that begins in early 80s club, and moves through towards that time when a lot more American house was influencing the groove, and when producers had more than enough new technology on their hands to really open up a tune! Titles include "Beat Dis (extended dis)" by Bomb The Bass, "People Hold On (12" version)" by Coldcut with Lisa Stansfield, "Rockit (12" mix)" by Herbie Hancock, "I'll House You (Gee St reconstruction mix)" by Jungle Brothers, "Jump To It (12" mix)" by Aretha Franklin, "Theme From S'Express (12" version)" by S'Express, "Just Be Good To Me (12" ext)" by SOS Band, "I Really Didn't Mean It (12" mix)" by Luther Vandross, "Living In America (ext R&B dance mix)" by James Brown, "System Addict (M&M rmx)" by Five Star, "Lover Boy (12" ext)" by Billy Ocean, "Just An Illusion (ext)" by Imagination, "Lovely Day (88 rmx 12" version)" by Bill Withers, and "Saturday Love (12" version)" by Cherrelle & Alexander O'Neal. CD
 
 
 



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