Greg Henderson featuring Rome Jefferies Never Too Late To Find A Love
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He returned to the Bronx after a year of being on the road. He hired Greg to join the horn section and help arrange parts. The brief was to form a band that could duplicate their recordings live that was testament to their musicianship. CJ: Yeah, I must admit, personally I think it had a greater influence even than that. With a lot of the lectures I do about music history and culture, the kind of feelings that started there, like you say, about the mix of black and white, I think even today a lot of people in the world can lean a lot from that.
Have we got to try and do it up again? It was a very powerful period of time! The coming together of people. Everybody understands music. Everybody can tap their fingers and stuff. GW: So you were working in Wigan Pier, you established yourself on a different level at this point, and your name became….
This book ended up that approx 3 inches thick with BPMd records. The reason I did that was because I was working at these clubs, I mean some of the early clubs, I started Greg Henderson featuring Rome Jefferies Never Too Late To Find A Love at some early clubs in St Helens which just had normal belt drive turntables, and I was mixing at that time. So I started this BPM book to enable me to put records together on belt drive turntables of vaguely the same speed.
So I could vaguely mix them into each other without having to have any vari-speed or anything like that. So it was a means to an end for me to actually sequence music without having to talk over the mic, just let the music do the talking kind of thing. For me that was just, I remember the set up you had, Greg Henderson featuring Rome Jefferies Never Too Late To Find A Love Mike Shaft mentioned earlier, I was just like in awe, I was like wow! I would give my right arm to have that amazing mixer, with a cross fader!
Matamp Supernova Mixer. CJ: That was it. It was just like a completely alien thing. I just absolutely adored it. CJ: It was like being at the altar for me. Benjamin Frankel. Clinton Shorter. Leonard Bernstein. Jonny Greenwood. Felix Mendelssohn. Billy Strayhorn. The Detroit Escalator Co. Pharrell Williams. The Chainsmokers. Satoe Terashima. Alexander Borodin. Ralph Vaughan Williams. Heitor Villa-Lobos. Sir William Walton. Destiny's Child. Charlie Feathers. The Trouble With Templeton.
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Jones and The Atomic Aces. Super Djata Band. Detroit Swindle. The Mouse Outfit. The Earls - The Continental. Here is an obscure g-funk gem from Little Rock, AR from an unknown year, presumably early eighties. This track has a classic mellow slower kick-clap groove. Hang on for one of the greatest breakdowns ever with soaring Junie Morrison style synth whine. Big thank you to Eddy Funkster for hooking me up with this rare Future - Girl.
I was in the mountains for work over the weekend, there was some time to kill and I went by a record store in a south Lake Tahoe strip mall. Cool story. Anyhow, I dug through a lot of country music and the occasional psych rock piece the Electric Prunes mono pressings, not bad before I came across a few twelve inches.
It was cold outside and I had already Seguida Love Is my shirt in the casino, so I decided to turn the store upside down whilst one of my co-workers questioned the guy behind the counter about how often he sold VHS tapes.
San Francisco's Reynolds Records was only around for a few years spanning the s, Frequency Kiss The Sky a catalog of strong Bay Area funk and soul material.
Producer, Songwriter and horn player Steve Marshall's first appearance on the label is on this masterpiece of haunting deep soul. His subsequent releases on the label head straight into disco territory.
After cutting two versions of his hit "Maintain" he released an album length statement Do What You Will in The LP is a consistent listen start to finish and leaning toward extended instrumental jamming with clean arrangements.
Disco LPs that are solid beginning to end are a rare Greg Henderson featuring Rome Jefferies Never Too Late To Find A Love, combine that fact with the small label pressing of this release and we have a bona fide disco grail on our hands. Here are two of my favorite cuts off the record.
Well I never came by a decent copy, and I refuse to buy one on the internet, so I'm just going to record and put up the one I have, at least it gives you an idea of Greg Henderson featuring Rome Jefferies Never Too Late To Find A Love its all about. BPM 2. BPM 3. BPM 4. BPM 5. BPM 6. BPM 99 7. BPM 8. BPM 9. BPM Yes I have a website that gives away other people's music for free, so its hard to criticize but I have been through the licensing process for obscure recordings a couple of times now and know that whomever put this boot out could have gotten it squared away properly if they had just put in a little effort.
I don't know much about vocalist Rome Jefferies, if that was his real name it doesn't seem to come up again after this record was made. Greg Henderson on the other hand had a couple of minor Steamhammer MK II that got picked up by SAM and due to said label still having a business entity that deals with copyright his stuff still appears from time to time on European comps etc.
Rome Jefferies - Good Love Instrumental. In typical B. Thank you to our friend for providing the lone cassette sourced track on this mix. Happy valentine's day. Ingram - Just For You Labels: Beat Electric Mix. Our Love. Happy New Year Beat Electricians! This is one of those highly unknown, un-googleable tracks that blows minds on the dance floor. I really did try locating some info on this boogie beast but it is mysterious!
All I can say is that it was made in somewhere in the U. Anyway, I really like the lyrics Malinga Five Rock Africa this track plus I have listened to the song a million times, so I decided to post them since I got nothing else on this gem. You make me feel so special. You make me feel wonderful.
Times we've had. Times we're gonna see. You know when I look at you. I know we're gonna make it through. Cause to my heart. I know you hold the key. Our love, our love will survive. No one could ever stop us. Our love, our love is alive. No way no one could stop us. We were made for each other. Pergolesi Margaret Marshall Lucia Valentini Terrani London Symphony Orchestra Claudio Abbado Stabat become inseperable.
Together we. Together we are strong. And the fact when we make love. You know I think the starts above. Cause you to me. You are everything.
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