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Red Astaire

Follow Me / The Wildstyle


The ultimate GAMM classic is finally re-pressed on a beautiful dinked 7inch and with the the original artwork too!

Not much to say except that this is a no brainer for any decent DJ...



THE original Jazz dance classic is finally re-pressed once again on a beautiful 7inch and with the original label artwork.

This cover of Pharoah Sanders original anthem was one of the biggest records when it was released back in 2002 and was played all across the globe by everyone from Gilles Peterson to United Future Organization.
Proper "Jap-Jazz" but recorded in Sweden and produced by no other than Mad Mats himself!

Turbojazz

Food For Cats Vol. 3

G.A.M.M heavyweight Turbojazz returns with two classic Afro-funk reworks...

Afro titans Manu Dibango and Fela are respectfully amped up for peak-time power

Young Pulse

Paris Edits Vol. 6

The sixth edition of Paris Edits is here and Young Pulse is getting more soulful for every release and this time he's re-tweaked a Dee Dee Bridgewater Jazz-funk cut and a super soulful L.T.D. classic.

Top of the line audio quality that will sound absolutely gorgeous on a proper sound system.
Nice label art as well!

Afshin (Djoon, Paris) and Kiss My Black Jazz make their Gamm debut with two party-starting reworks. "Trouble In My Way" is so unequivocally suited to the Gamm blueprint Afshin were no-doubt signed before their bums touched the floor of the A&R office. It's a hand-clappin' gospel house cut up with that undeniably house shuffle n swing with driving rhythms and killer organ solos - proper incendiary stuff for the daytime dances.

"The Riot" is a more tradition jazz-funk offering; bustling, funky and driving by a careering organ solo that drives the pieces like a bull in china shop, with just the tight-ass guitar chops keeping the whole thing from driving out of control.




STAFF COMMENTS

Matt says: Love Gamm me. Can always been relied upon provide wide smiles and plenty of bump. The one hundred and twenthy seventh (!!!) release on the label proves no exception as gospel house and jazz-funk styles are tweaked by Afshin and Black Jazz for maximum booty bashing pleasure.

Main man Adam Dublock proves his killer cuts on Disco Deviance were no fluke or flash in the pan with another powerplay of edit heat, this time for GAMM. Slapping on his elbow patches and slipping into a freshly pair of farahs, Love Drop gets all kinds of frisky with a jazz / disco / boogie offering that's hard to resist. On the A-side Lesette Willson's jazzy boogie classic gets a proper deep rework, extended to perfection with well placed loops and topped off with a little spiritual spoken vox on top. Jumping to the B-side and Jupiter Beyond's jazz-disco monster "The Universe" gets a heavy club edit, complete with additional percussion punch and wild fx abuse, before Johnny Hammond's swashbuckling jazz-funk classic gets a vocal treatment that just...works!


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