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VA - Defected Presents House Master Joey Negro (2015)

13-01-2015, 20:22
Music | House | Disco

VA - Defected Presents House Master Joey Negro (2015)

Artist: VA
Title Of Album: Defected Presents House Master Joey Negro
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: Defected
Genre: House/Disco
Quality: 320 Kbps
Total Time: 234:13 min
Total Size: 539 MB
WebSite: amazon


Disc: 1
1. Backfired (Feat. India) [Joey Negro Club Mix] - Masters At Work
2. Can't Get High Without You (Joey Negro Club Mix) - Joey Negro
3. Don't Change (Joey Negro Club Mix) - Erro
4. Can't Get Over Your Love (Dave Lee's Full Length Mix) - Simphonia
5. Garden Of Love (Joey Negro Club Mix) - Joey Negro & The Sunburst Band
6. Dancin' & Prancin' (Joey Negro's Disco Blend Mix) - Candido
7. How Do You See Me Now? (Feat. Dihan Brooks) [Joey Negro Club Mix] - Extortion
8. Get Your Own (Joey Negro Club Mix) - Doug Willis
9. Begun 2 Luv U (Joey Negro Original Mix) - Doug Willis
10. Everyday (Full Length Album Mix) - Joey Negro & The Sunburst Band

Disc: 2
1. Haven't You Heard (Joey Negro Extended Disco Mix) - Patrice Rushen
2. Wishing You Were Here [Joey Negro Extended Mix] - Blaze
3. I Know You, I Live You (Revival Mix) - Yolanda Wyns
4. Do What You Feel (Expanded Mix) - Joey Negro
5. Direct Me (Joey Negro Disco Blend Mix) - The Reese Project
6. Ride The Storm (Feat. Linda Clifford) [Joey Negro Club Mix] - Akabu
7. American Dream (Joey Negro Club Mix) - Jakatta
8. The Secret Life Of Us (Feat. Donna Gardier & Diane Charlemagne) [Joey Negro Extended Mix] - Joey Negro & The Sunburst Band
9. Forever Together (Forever United Mix) - Raven Maize
10. Must Be The Music (Joey Negro Club Mix) - Joey Negro

House Masters Joey Negro is an incredible, eclectic collection from the one of the world’s leading proponents of disco-inspired house music. Joey Negro is the most well-known pseudonym of master British producer, remixer, DJ and label owner Dave Lee. With his production career beginning in 1988, Dave is intrinsically linked to the birth of house music in the UK. Famously recording under a variety of aliases including Akabu, Doug Willis, The Sunburst Band, Jakatta, Raven Maize, Sessomatto and Z Factor, he has created a truly exceptional back catalogue accounting for many of house music’s highlights over a career spanning three decades. Disco has always played its part in Lee’s music: he was one of the first British artists to incorporate disco samples into the various house music styles with which he is so recognisably identified. Indeed, as a genuine aficionado of disco he has few equals anywhere in the world. He’s as productive as ever, either in the studio or behind the decks, and most recently under his Joey Negro alias, Lee was integral to the success of Defected’s brand new Glitterbox residency in Ibiza. In terms of production, Dave’s imagination and creativity has proved limitless. He’s enjoyed both huge commercial success on records such as Jakatta’s ‘American Dream’ - a UK No.3 - and ‘Make A Move On Me’, alongside an avid underground following through monikers such as Akabu, and via labels such as Transmat, Junior Boys Own, NRK and his own thriving label, Z Records. From the live disco and boogie of The Sunburst Band to the unique funk-fuelled grooves of Joey Negro, House Masters Joey Negro is Dave’s personal curation of the greatest records from a catalogue that spans every corner of house music. As well as genre-defining original productions under the guises of Doug Willis, Raven Maize and of course Joey Negro, also included are a handful of seminal remixes for artists such as Erro and Masters At Work to Patrice Rushen and Blaze, all unmixed and DJ friendly. The digital release includes 12 additional tracks, featuring an exclusive Joey Negro re-edit of Erro’s ‘Don’t Change’, as well as further remixes of Dave Lee originals from Henrik Schwarz, Ame and Dennis Ferrer. “It was a case of balancing the various sides of what I've done over the years” says Lee of the selection process. “You want to include the personal favourites and some tracks that were popular purely on the underground, alongside others that were more successful on a commercial level. “As a producer one of the skills you must have is remaining objective, even when you've heard the piece of music you're working on several thousand times. The same goes for the selection here. The House Masters series is literally a who's who of house music, so obviously it’s great to be part of it.”

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zimster   User offline   15 January 2015 06:54

Never disappoints! 7

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