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Old 10th October 2008 , 01:46 PM
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Cool Great House Tracks!!!

Iv been listening to this in the car for a few weeks now on this Djs mix cd i got, can't remember his name who knows he might even be a member here any way he told me the title and i just have to let all you house lovers here, hear it, i am LOVING the sax!!!
btw saxman if you know what kind of sax and style it is being played in i would greatly appreciate it, sounds jazzy/blues to me? and would you be able to play it?

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Old 10th October 2008 , 08:13 PM
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btw saxman if you know what kind of sax and style it is being played in i would greatly appreciate it, sounds jazzy/blues to me? and would you be able to play it?
Definitely sounds like an alto sax to me. Played in a funky jazzy style with lots of reverb/echo.

I have baritone, tenor and soprano saxophones. I mostly play the tenor and have not even got a mouthpiece for the soprano yet ( should arrive any day now... ). The alto sits between the tenor and soprano in terms of range. I'd be happy to try to record some riffs for you some time if you want to send me a beat/tune to play along with. Out of the horns I play it would obviously be the soprano that would be most likely to make the kind of sound you are after. But.... the soprano mouthpiece is significantly smaller than the tenor mouthpiece and it could take me a while to get used to it.
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Old 10th October 2008 , 08:19 PM
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Definitely sounds like an alto sax to me. Played in a funky jazzy style with lots of reverb/echo.

I have baritone, tenor and soprano saxophones. I mostly play the tenor and have not even got a mouthpiece for the soprano yet ( should arrive any day now... ). The alto sits between the tenor and soprano in terms of range. I'd be happy to try to record some riffs for you some time if you want to send me a beat/tune to play along with. Out of the horns I play it would obviously be the soprano that would be most likely to make the kind of sound you are after. But.... the soprano mouthpiece is significantly smaller than the tenor mouthpiece and it could take me a while to get used to it.
awesome man, wow will get on to it, thanks saxman
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Paul, if you think this is good; you should really check out the Laurent Garnier original version. If you're already aware of it, I'm still gonna point it out, because anyone reading this post should be made aware of it's awesomeness !

I seriously rate this track as being one my favourites. The only thing I love more is Sasha - Expander...which is both epic and a masterpiece considering the technology he had at the time..

Mark & Adam (Funkagenda) have stuck pretty close to it, so I respect them for that. For not doing nasty electro noises underneath it, or getting silly trash vocals over it (ala Rune/ Alex Gaudio). They let the original artists work speak for itself...

The video to the original was also quite cool



I'm lucky enough to have a promo copy of the original vinyl somewhere...
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yes great track, did you get the promo sent to you you move in some very close circles young Edwardo, fancy introducing me to some of those people
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Actually. I didn't get it sent to me. This will make you sick.

I bought this record as a blind purchase mystery pack. There were 5 records in the pack, and because I went to the record store so often they only charged me 50p. That means I paid 10p for this record..and it's an absolute classic !

They didn't know what they were selling. It wasn't a dance shop.

The same mystery pack also contained a double virgin promo of EBTG - Temperamental. Which had the wicked Spen & Karizma mix on it.. Ive neve rheard anyone give that mix props. Shame, as its an absolute belter !
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Actually. I didn't get it sent to me. This will make you sick.

I bought this record as a blind purchase mystery pack. There were 5 records in the pack, and because I went to the record store so often they only charged me 50p. That means I paid 10p for this record..and it's an absolute classic !

They didn't know what they were selling. It wasn't a dance shop.

The same mystery pack also contained a double virgin promo of EBTG - Temperamental. Which had the wicked Spen & Karizma mix on it.. Ive neve rheard anyone give that mix props. Shame, as its an absolute belter !
Yes Ed, once again you are right... You make me sick
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This could turn into a thread indeed for those 'great house tracks'.. there's some fab stuff out there currently if you can wade through the dross.. here's a particular fave that's doin' it internationally..

Bucovina - Ian Oliver feat. Shantel

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yeah +1 for turning this thread into a tapestry of great house tracks so come on guys pull your finger out and start sorting
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OK. The greatest track for me ever !



That clip is sped wayy up though..

I'm not sure what to pick for number 3 on my list though. Probablys Mr Fingers or somet like that..
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WOW Ed you caught me of guard with that one! i didn't think that sort of sub genre would be a no.1 track for you thought you would definately be a more defected style/soulful house man, there's me just assuming again
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+1 for more great music including horns and electric music. Fine tracks. Thanks
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Spit & Daddys Groove - Falling ( Daddy's Groove Vocal Mix)
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