#2 New York Is A State Of Mind – DeepSoulMusic Podcast

Episode 2 of the DeepSoulMusic Podcast features a VINYL ONLY early 90´s garage house music from new york city set.

At the late 80s and beginning of the 90s new york producers and dj´s started mixing electronic house beats with r´n´b grooves. The sound was named after the legendary night club Paradise Garage – Garage House.

Let´s get back into time, when producers like Frankie Knuckles and David Morales got Grammy´s for remixing r´n´b artists and their club mixes was published all over the world.

In clubs like Paradise Garage, Zanzibar, Sound Factory and The Shelter the Party didn´t stopped.

I found my love to this music by listening to recordings of the legendary Mastermixx of Tony Humphries and some mixes by Frankie Knuckles and collected a lot of records from this era of house music.

I am sorry, some of the records have some scratches and so you hear some leaps. One leap is inside a transition, so the beat isn’t right…

Take the time machine and listen to the sound of the early 90´s. Thats not just music, it´s a state of mind!

Playlist:

The Sound of Blackness – The Pressure (Frankie Knuckles Mix)
Carolyn Harding and Damon Horton – Sing A Song (Masters At Work Instrumental)
Ira Levi – Live Your Life
Banji Boys – Love Thang
Althea Mc Queen – Changes (Blaze on King Street Club Mix)
Black Magic – Let It Go (KenLou Mix)
Deep Zone – It´s Gonna Be Alright
Heavens Gate – Paradise Colours
Darci – Let´s Talk About it (Deep Metro Mix)
Alison Limerik – Where Love Lives (Knuckles & Morales Classic Mix)
DJ Disciple – That Whats Life All About
X-Fade – Good & Plenty Love (DJ Pierre´s Wildpitch Mix)
Urban Soul – Until We Meet Again (Urban Soul Original Mix)
Frankie Knuckles pres. Satoshi Tomiie – Tears
Ten City – Devotion

 

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