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Salsoul Re-Edits Series Three
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2x12" Vocal Nu Disco /House Reworks from Dimitri From Paris Reworks Volume 3

Following on from his stellar record store day 2017 double-pack, Dimitri is back with another clutch of indispensable Disco edits from his impressive archive for the legendary Salsoul label. Any self-respecting DJ or Disco-lover will be brimming over with excitement upon looking at this impressive selection of tracks, all respectfully and lovingly tweaked by Disco-Dim. Salsoul Orchestra's 'Ooh I Love It (Love Break)' kicks things off, a true blue classic, just gently touched in all the right places and extended in the best possible way. Following up is Skyy's total anthem 'First Time Around', a classic Garage groove and Dimitri's version is near perfect, again, re-touched by someone who truly understands what Disco all about! Essential stuff. On the flipside The Jammers - 'Be Mine Tonight', is another massive Garage smasher, here Dimitri almost edges Shep Pettibone's OG mix into the Boogie stratosphere, just incredible! It makes

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The Salsoul Orchestra - Ooh I Love It (Love Break) (Dimitri From Paris DJ Friendly Classic 12' Re-Edit)
Skyy - First Time Around (Dimitri From Paris DJ Friendly Classic Re-Edit)
The Jammers - Be Mine Tonight (Dimitri From Paris DJ Friendly Classic Re-Edit)
Love Committee - Just As Long As I Got You (Dimitri From Paris DJ Friendly Classic Re-Edit)

Last FM Information on Salsoul Orchestra

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The Salsoul Orchestra, formed in 1974 in New York, was the house orchestra of the disco label Salsoul Records. The name Salsoul is a combination of 'salsa' and 'soul'. The tracks were primarily written and produced by Vincent Montana Jr., who also conducted the orchestra. Montana also played vibes and did some arranging for Gamble & Huff's house band, MFSB Some well-known tracks include 'Salsoul Hustle' (1975), 'Nice 'N' Naasty' (1976), 'Magic Bird of Fire' (1977), and 'Take Some Time Out For Love' (1982). Read more on User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.

Last FM Information on Skyy

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The seeds for Skyy were sown in Brooklyn, New York in 1973, when sisters Denise, Delores, and Bonne Dunning first met musician Solomon Roberts, Jr.. Noted record producer/keyboardist Randy Muller (who was also a member Brass Construction and an arranger for B.T. Express) soon became involved with the project. By 1976, the Skyy lineup of the three Dunning sisters as vocalists, Roberts as the male vocalist/guitarist, Anibal Anthony Sierra on guitars and keyboards, Larry Greenberg on keyboards, Gerald Lebon on bass, and Tommy McConnell on drums had solidified. In the late 1970s, Skyy signed to Salsoul Records. After several albums that saw moderate success in the R&B market, the group crossed over to the mainstream in a big way with the release of the Skyy Line album in late 1981. Featured on this album was the single "Call Me," which gave the group their first (and only, to date) top 40 hit on the pop charts, peaking at #26 in 1982. It also became the first of several #1 R&B hits for Skyy. Meanwhile, the group continued to record for the Salsoul label up through the release of their 1984 Inner City album (Salsoul would fold in 1985), scoring several additional hits on the R&B chart during that time. In the mid-1980s, the group signed with Capitol Records and released their next album, From the Left Side in 1986. Apart from the top ten R&B single, "Givin' It (to You)," the album saw limited success, and the group left Capitol soon thereafter. Things were looking rather bleak for the band by the late 1980s. However, after signing to Atlantic Records, Skyy launched a major comeback in 1989 with the release of their extremely successful Start of a Romance album. This release spun off two consecutive #1 R&B singles, with both the title track ("Start of a Romance") and the Quiet Storm classic, "Real Love" claiming the top spot. "Real Love" also became the group's second and final crossover pop hit peaking at #47 on the Top 50 Billboard charts in early 1990. The first single released from the album, "Love All the Way" had also cracked the R&B top 50. Unfortunately, by the release of the Nearer to You album in 1992, the hits had again dried up, and the band has not released a new studio album since then. Read more on User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.

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