UK soulful house music pioneers Groove Odyssey launch their brand new "House Legends" compilation series, with the first installment being compiled and mixed by Teddy Douglas and DJ Spen, members of legendary house music production outfit The Basement Boys who have created some of soulful house music's most memorable classics under their own name, under disguises such as Those Guys and Sublevel, as well as for the likes of Ultra Nate, Ann Nesby, Jasper Street Company or Crystal Waters to name just a few. Many of these classics feature on this beautifully crafted album that journeys through their giant musical achievements and beyond, also included are exclusive tracks such as a Teddy Douglas mash-up of the Richard Burton Philly classic "Bad luck" with Mass Order's "Lift every voice", the unreleased Teddy Douglas remixes of "What U gonna do" and "God created woman" by Margaret Grace, and fresh re-edits of "Love love love" by Those Guys and "You gave me love" by Kenny Bobien courtesy of DJ Spen. In a nutshell, a marvelous compilation loaded with nothing but unforgettable soulful house music anthems...
Album Review: Groove Odyssey presents "House Legends Vol 1 - The Basement Boys" (Groove Odyssey Records CD Promo)
- Written by Mike Fossati