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VA - Chicago House Music - This Is How It Started (2015)

20-04-2015, 18:38
Music | Funk | House | Disco

VA - Chicago House Music - This Is How It Started (2015)

Artist: VA
Title Of Album: Chicago House Music - This Is How It Started
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: Midnight Riot
Genre: Disco, Nu-Disco, House, Funk
Quality: 320 Kbps
Total Time: 178:25 min
Total Size: 409 MB


01. Leo Zero - Chi Town Serenade
02. Clandestino - Delta
03. Ragtyme - I Can't Stay Away [Ron Hardy's Club Mix]
04. Jessie Funk - This Is How It Started [Instrumental Dub Mix]
05. Joe R Lewis - Separate Ways
06. Judge Funk - Can't Get Enough
07. Taxi Cab - Chuckanova
08. Dirty Kate - Jungle [Chicago Edit]
09. Rent Boys - Stalk the Night
10. The Black Madonna - A Jealous Heart Never Rests
11. OOFT - Sweet Ladies
12. Miss Siam - Willow Dance
13. Yam Who - I'm in Love [Severino Edit]
14. GG - String Free [Revisited]
15. Gene Hunt - Fun Times
16. Robert Owens - This Time
17. Weedyman - Everyones Gotta Make a Living
18. Robot 84 - Pleasured [Music Box Tribute]
19. 80's Child - Burning Up
20. Mach - On & On
21. Nightlife Unlimited - Peaches & Prunes [Ron Hardy Edit]
22. The Cucarachas & The Carry Nation - The Oracle [Alinka & Shaun J Wright Remix]
23. DeeJay Sound - Disco Fever
24. Eli Escobar - I Love You
25. Chicago Blues Orchestra - Love, Love, Love

For Midnight Riot's latest trip into the compilation market, Yam Who has put together an expansive set designed to pay tribute to Ron Hardy, the Music Box, and the formative years of Chicago House. Interestingly, this is done by mixing vintage material - Mach's influential "On & On", Ron Hardy versions of Nightlife Unlimited's disco scorcher "Peaches & Prunes" and Ragtyme's early house gem "I Can't Stay Away" - with tribute style tracks from Chicago legends and contemporary artists (Gene Hunt, Robert Owens, Ooft, Leo Zero, Yam Who, Robot 84, 80s Child). It's a simple idea, brilliantly executed, with much of the material successfully joining the dots between Italo, proto-house, electrofunk and, of course, early Chicago house.

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