Unlimited Love (The Black Science Re-Edit) - Various - Music For Dancefloors: The Cream Of The KPM Music Green Promo (Vinyl)

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  1. Various Artists Soul Love Now: The Black Fire Records Story Strut. 2xLP £ in-store music for Muji, promo LP for a Sanyo AC unit, a Seiko watch advert, among others that can be heard in this collection. Black vinyl housed in a gatefold jacket with page full colour book. MORE INFORMATION. Various Artists.
  2. VARIOUS - Music For Dancefloors: The Cream Of The KPM Music Green Promoinch #12inch# 名門<STRUT>が監修した「KPM MUSIC」のライヴラリー音源集「Music For Dancefloors」からの12インチカット。.
  3. Carmela Kasoff is named VP of operations for Warner Bros, in New York. She was director of operations. Michael Johnson is appointed VP of promotions, black music, for the Records label. He was VP of promotions, black music, for Mer-RCA BAKER lanta. respectively, in Atof VP marketing and media.
  4. THE UK’S ESSENTIAL BLACK MUSIC MONTHLY Included in the collection of new material is a bassier re-edit of F U All The Time from ’s Late Nights mixtape – this time minus Lil Wayne’s.
  5. Funk, soul and funky soul from the Bay Area – fantastic early-to-mid 70s numbers from the scene sprung from Ray Dobard's Music City Record Shops and label – numbers by Darando, Chucky Thurmon, Houston Outlaws, Kevin Burton, Benida Madison, Dry Ice, Victor Green, Love Uprisers, Soul Messengers and more! The artists nail a number of funky.
  6. Funky Texas soul from the mighty Bobby Patterson – a singer who also recorded for the Jewel/ Paula label in the early 70s, but who's heard here on earlier work for Jetstar Records, plus a few never-issued tracks! Bobby's voice has this great raw style – one that crackles even more as the grooves move faster – really hitting with sock-soul energy on just about every track in this set.
  7. Moon Vinyl s.r.o. Black Tulip Stefano Cassisi f2effad7ba41cb2a52 Gasoline Records Amapola Promo Music Remember Me Michael E facff-1c0e8cea6c8b Jango Music Power of Your Love (Instrumental) Kaleb .
  8. Review: Bristol continues to lead the way when it comes to mutant strains of bass music, as this debut EP from newcomer Lamont on the city's Durkle Disco imprint proves. "Far Away" is a strong debut, with sharp synth strings, exotic sitars and subtle chords riding jaunty sub-bass and hard-to-pigeonhole post-dubstep beats (somewhere between 2-step garage and dubstep).

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