Label: No.19 Music - NO19047 • Format: 13x, File WAV File MP3 320kbpsAll Media Compilation • Genre: Electronic • Style: Deep House
· Tuesday, May 5, VA - THE MUSIC PEOPLE 3LP 72 This one is simply beyond belief at how good these songs are and some great new bands for me to try to find like Bell + Arc doing the timeless 'High Priest of Memphis' or Wayne Cochran and the C.C. Ridrers doing 'Sleepless Nights'.Estimated Reading Time: 1 min.
· 5. Genuine - 6. Dazed And Confused - 7. Penny’s - 8. Hard To Keep My Mind On You - 9. Wish I Was Anywhere Else - Signs Of Age - All songs by Jake Holmes Musicians *Jake Holmes - Vocals, Guitars *Ted Irwin - Lead Guitar *Rick Randle - .
Review: A warm welcome back to Louie Fresco, a producer whose "Autophobia" album was arguably one of the most overlooked deep house releases of Astonishingly, the "Black Wax EP" is the Mexican's first missive of any sort for almost three years. The epic title track is especially good, offering a locked-in but bouncy trip into late night house territory that sits somewhere between mids.
· Tuesday, May 5, VA - THE MUSIC PEOPLE 3LP 72 This one is simply beyond belief at how good these songs are and some great new bands for me to try to find like Bell + Arc doing the timeless 'High Priest of Memphis' or Wayne Cochran and the C.C. Ridrers doing 'Sleepless Nights'.
· Jake Holmes’ first album, 'The Above Ground Sound', generated an amazing level of interest. Of course, the fact that the album included 'Dazed And Confused' had quite a lot to do with it, but it soon became apparent that Holmes’ music, along with the work of a number of other male singer-songwriters is enjoying a bit of a renaissance at the moment.
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