The Album Reviews for 1996.
Reviews as of September 15, 1996
Larry Levan's Paradise Garage (Salsoul Records Double-Album)
This is a reissue of the 1980 album "Larry Levan's Greatest Hits Vol. 2". It includes his remixes of such gems as Instant Funk "I got my mind made up", First Choice "Double cross" and Salsoul Orchestra "How high". As a bonus, his Remix of Inner Life "Make it last forever" has been released officialy for the first time.
Reviews as of September 1, 1996
Kerri Chandler "Hemisphere" (Freetown Records Double-Album)
Finally, Freetown Records has put out Kerri's Album. Here you can get some of his unreleased gems like 'You're the best' feat. Arnold Jarvis and Fonda Rae, 'Hooked on love' and 'On the run'.
Reviews as of May 26, 1996
Incognito "Remixed" (Talkin' Loud Records Double-Album)
Talkin' Loud releases an Album just of Remixes of Incognito's Greatest Hits. Included are "Always there" (Masters at Work and David Morales Mixes), "I hear your name", "Givin' it up" and "Pieces of a dream" (all mixed by Roger Sanchez), "Good love" (CJ Macintosh Mix), "Everyday" and "Jacob's ladder" (both mixed by Masters at Work). You'll also find a Jungle-Mix by Daniel Maunick (Bluey's son) of "Barumba", a Pete Rock Mix of "Roots", a Bluey Mix of "Still a friend of mine" and as a Bonus the new song "Jump to my love".
This is definitely a package for all those that had no chance to get all the Double-Packs of the Singles (it's available on CD too).