Various Artists

SAM Records Extended Play - Vol 3

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Record Label
Nervous

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SAM Records was one of the labels at the forefront of the disco genre when the format was at its creative peak. This was the late 70’s and early 80’s, when the producers and artists involved were all using top notch professional recording studios with live instrumentation and their focus was on songs and rhythms that would make the dancefloor move. Sam Weiss the founder of SAM was involved with various aspects of the music industry in addition to his role running the label, but the Sam Records imprint was his greatest passion, and that energy comes through in the songs that make up the catalogue. In this compilation Nervous have engaged with some of the world’s premier producers of modern disco. They have used their talents and appreciation of the genre to mix, edit and master these classic jams into newly polished, disco inspired productions that are fully equipped to ignite DJ sets and dancefloors worldwide; keeping the flames of this timeless genre burning bright in 2022. A brilliantly curated release that offers some super strong updates to these glitterball anthems. Check!

STAFF COMMENTS

Matt says: Everyone loves (and has) a bit of SAM in their collection. Here, the original disco boogie label lets a team of current producers loose on the stems of some of the label's classic hits. The results are glitterball-tastic!

TRACK LISTING

A1. Gary's Gang - Keep On Dancin' (Dr Packer Rework)
A2. Lucy Hawkins - Gotta Get Out Of Here (Dorothy’s Fortress Remix)
B1. John Davis & The Monster Orchestra - Up Jumped The Devil (Moodena Remix)
B2. Komiko - Feel Alright (Dr Packer & Michael Gray Remix)
C1. BBCS & A - Rock Shock (Dr Packer Remix)
C2. Steve Shelto - Don't Give Your Love Away (Patchouli Brothers Edit)
D1. K.I.D. - It's Hot (Take It To The Top) (Mark Lower Remix)
D2. John Davis & The Monster Orchestra - Bourgie Bourgie (JKriv Errybody Rework)

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