"Now that we found love" was written by legendary Kenneth Gamble and Leon Huff and originally recorded by The O'Jays in 1973, with Third World releasing a Reggae-Disco interpretation in 1978, then in 1991 there was a cover version by Heavy D & The Boyz remixed by David Morales. From David Morales and his brand new Blind Colors project comes a refreshing truly paramount re-imagination of this unforgettable classic, featuring the stunning truly breathtaking vocals of Melonie Daniels Walker. The uplifting 'Classic Mix' is sheer musical bliss, with the vocals being accompanied by illustrious piano, sublime keys and a thrilling funked-up musical backdrop, while the 'Disco Mix' fueled with classic strings and a bassline reminiscent of the Diana Ross all-time classic "Love hangover" takes you on an exhilarant trip down memory lane. R & D aka Ricky Morrison and David Anthony contribute three superb remixes guaranteed to send the floor into a frenzy thanks to relentless rhythms, inebriant keys and enticing chords. Finally, Sami Dee delivers a sophisticated deep version oozing with glorious melodies.
Pick of the Week: Blind Colors featuring Melonie Daniels Walker "Found love" (Def Mix Music CD Promo)
- Written by Mike Fossati