Sunday, February 28, 2010

Revisited House Chapter 8 - House Classics 1997

Our House chronicles continue with some big tunes from 1997. I remember that i couldn't get Sneak's burner "You Can't Hide Form Your Bud" out of my head for months - Disco samples had finally taken over the clubs.

1997 was the also time, when Speed Garage (or UK Underground) tracks were played in clubs but for this mix i choosed the House mixes of Todd Terry's "Something Goin' On" and Lisa Stansfield's "The Line". The same year DJ Tonka, Mousse T. and Boris Dlugosch took over the House scene in Germany with many great tracks and remixes.

I love Basement Jaxx' (aka Brix) Edit of The Heartists' Belo Horizonti which popular pendant was Bellini - Samba de Janeiro. Needless to say that Bellini covered that track (with addictive vocals though).

1. B-Crew feat. Barbara Tucker, Dajae, Ultra Naté and Moné - Partay Feeling (More's Classic Touch Mix)
2. Todd Terry feat. Martha Wash & Jocelyn Brown - Something Goin' On (Tee's Remix)
3. Cheek - Venus (Sunshine People) (Mousse T's Ruff Cut Mix)
4. Colonel Abrams - Trapped '97 (DJ Tonka Remix)
5. Victoria Wilson James - Reach 4 The Melody (Boris Dlugosch Clubbers Vocal)
6. DJ Sneak - You Can't Hide Form Your Bud (Original Bud Flava Mix)
7. Full Intention - Shake Your Body (Hustlers Convention 12" Mix)
8. Karen Ramirez - Troubled Girl (Boris Dlugosch & Michael Lange's BMR Mix)
9. Randy Crawford - Give Me The Night (Mousse T's Classic Club Mix)
10. The Heartists - Belo Horizonti (Brix Edit)
11. Michael Lange - Brothers, Sisters
12. Ann Nesby - Can I Get A Witness (Mousse T's Funk 2000 Mix)
13. Love Tribe - Stand Up (Roger Sanchez' Narcotic Mix)
14. Lisa Stansfield - The Line (The Black Science Orchestra Mix)

Playtime: 78:00 Min. @ 126 BPM // 256 kBit

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