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Groove Motion - Collection (2013-2015)

4-08-2015, 21:20
Music | Funk | Electronic | Deep House | Disco



Groove Motion - Collection (2013-2015)

Artist: Groove Motion
Title Of Album: Collection
Year Of Release: 2013-2015
Label: Chopshop / Midnight Riot
Country: UK
Genre: Disco, Funk, Deep House, Nu Disco
Quality: Mp3
Bitrate: CBR 320 kbps
Time: 1:38:58
Full Size: 238 mb

2013 - Mainline
01.Mainline (Bollo Perspective Mix) 08:12
02.Mainline (Doobie J Mix) 06:09
03.Mainline (Instrumental Mix) 08:07
04.Mainline (Original Mix) Sniff 08:07
05.Mainline (Soul De Marin Mix) Sniff 08:41
06.Mainline (the Fuller - Load Project Ft Boyd Jarvis Classic Mix) 07:04

2014 - The Ver2
(01) It's Just the Same Old
(02) Real Feel
(03) Rock to the Rhythm

Re-edit scamp Groove Motion has a reputation for tackling some mightily untouchable classics, and more often than not, at least reaching a draw with the original. Previously the likes of Carly Simon and Chic have all been fair game for GM, but here we get the kind of smoothly ecstatic soulful house heard in late 80s warehouses on "Its Just The Same Old", whilst Steve Arrington's classic, Feel So Real gets gently beefed up and "Rock To The Rhythm" is techy, soft focus disco house at its finest.

2015 - To the Music
(01) To the Music
(02) Money
(03) Nothing Can
(04) So Good to Me

Hampshire-based Groove Motion - AKA DJ/production duo Wayne Altham and Jack Henwood - describe their style as "bangin' soulful music". Certainly, there's plenty of soul to be found throughout this debut release for Midnight Riot. Throughout, they impeccably blur the boundaries between re-edits, remixes and original productions, delivering new takes on classic tracks with plenty of cool musical flourishes. Check, for example, the deliciously evocative piano solos on their breezy house version of The Jones Girls' "Nights Over Egypt" (here renamed "To The Music"), or the sparkling guitars and tactile chords of Sade re-cut "Nothing Can". There's also a cheery, sun-flecked goodness to "So Good To Me", their house-friendly version of Donald Byrd's Paradise Garage classic "Love Has Come Around".





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