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You don't get much deep house coming out of Nashville. The globally accepted 'Home Of Country' hasn't produced a wealth of house producers compared to say, US states such as Detroit or Chicago. That said, just like Burnley residents have turned their hand to grime, and the Spanish have indeed made 'donk' (summat fer you to google pop pickers...), we see some lush, dreamy deep house here produced in Nashville and featuring vocalists from the locale!

Raphael Saadiq’s classic "Skyy, Can You Feel Me", originally used in his sets as an edit, get revamped with fresh vocalists and upbeat house grooves, injecting new life into this timeless soul tune and also giving it fresh legs on the dancefloor! Top stuff...


Fully authentic Body & Soul NYC biznis here folks as Ron Trent and Danny Krivit get to work on a couple of doozys from Teddy Douglas, Timmy Regisford & Arnold Jarvis. "Land Of Love" epitomizes the rich deep house sound you'd find at the club on a Sunday evening (probably with Joe Clausell at the dials), with Ron Trent deploying a posed and classy remix. Beautiful piano notes decorate the track wonderfully as a steady tribal beat keeps the forward motion in tact. Dreamy and powerful stuff that'll leave people breathless. On the flip Regisford & Jarvis' "Masterpiece" gets a tasty DK edit. We all know Danny is one of the masters of the edit, demonstrated more than ably here as the track bumps along in a housey fashion, the deep soulful vocal hitting centre stage as we get another Body & Soul flavoured number to take across the global dancefloor. Essential stuff for house music aficionados. Don't sleep.

Wendell Harrison

Reawakening

I was blown away by the stunning "An Evening With The Devil" LP, and this follow-up is just as good in its own way!! It's mainly Lonnie Liston Smith style cosmic / spiritual jazz sounds, but with an earthier, funkier touch - very nice indeed!! There's the usual line up of Tribe musicians, along with Leon Thomas on vocals! Check "Tons & Tons of BS".

Wendell Harrison And The Tribe

An Evening With The Devil

Responsible for co-founding Detroit's fantastic "Tribe" label / collective with Phil Ranelin, this is Harrison's debut LP for the label. If you're familar with other Tribe recordings (if not, you NEED to get the "Message From The Tribe" comp on Soul Jazz), you'll know what to expect - a funky mix of deep jazzual experiments from a team of super-creative individuals including Phil Ranelin and Marcus Belgrave. Worth getting solely for the gorgeous 9 1/2 minute journey through time and space - "Where Am I".


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