- Parent Category: Reviews
- Created on Saturday, 06 August 2011 16:57
- Written by Mike Fossati
Don't miss to check out the this weeks selection of fresh soulful house reviews...
Oumou Sangare "Te diya bee ye" (Jose Marquez Remix)(Tribe Records CD Promo)
Here we have something truly special as up and rising Jose Marquez takes on "Te diya bee ye" by African singer and Grammy award winner Oumou Sangare (the original version can be found on her 2003 album "Oumou"), one of the most prominent artists of Wassoulou music (a genre of West African popular music, named after the region of Wassoulou). He blesses us with ingenious afro-deep rhythms that perfectly harmonize with the original orchestration and Oumou Sangare's vocals - one guaranteed to set the floors on fire...
Pino Arduini & Diego Vendossa present "La vida" (Map Dance Records CD Promo)
Swiss DJ's and producers Pino Arduini (Deep Bros) and Diego Vendossa team up for "La vida", an uplifting yet groovy slice of latin house featuring sexy female vocals that is guaranteed to spread a summery feel whenever played. Besides two equally great vocal versions, there are a lovely deep dub version included as well as an acapella. But this is not all as you get slammin' remixes by James Deron, Javier Bollag and Booker T. all adding their unique touch to the track, giving you plenty of choices to work the floor.
Asymmetric Soul featuring Meital De Razon "If I change" (Transport Records CD Promo)
After two massive releases on Adaptation music, Asymmetric Soul make their debut on Transport Records with the wonderful "If I change" featuring sensual vocals by Meital De Razon. First up is the groovy original version which oozes with a deliciously deep melodious feel, followed by a captivating dub of the group's own Lonya. ACT & K.V.L. are next with their laidback spacious interpretation, finally there are Doc Link's somewhat fired up remixes featuring his beloved dance floor oriented touch. A sure fire hit.
Clemens Rumpf and David A. Tobin "Never coming down" (Deep Village Records CD Promo)
Clemens Rumpf and David A. Tobin have been taking over dance floors by storm last year with their "Ain't nothing but house Music" album (also released as a highly recommended remixed edition end of last year), now they are about to do the same with the brand new single "Never coming down", an uplifting production featuring David A Tobin's unmistakable vocals and glorious keys over a fierce disco-funk soaked backing. The 'CR & Lewis Young Edit' gives the track a classy old school touch, while the 'CR Funky Sax Dub' intensifies the funky feel and introduces a jazzy sax. Completing the package is the outstanding broken beat flavored 'CR Auszeit Lounge Edit'.