Monday, December 29, 2008

"Got any E???" : Mother's Pride - Learning To Fly

Along with the reprise of Italo Disco, 1998 also saw the rise of Trance music in Miami. Trance ruled the city streets at every corner you turned. Just like nightspots were created in the early 80's to showcase the Disco sound, the late 90's also brought some infamous joints created to showcase the Trance sound. The most notorious of them all was a little hole in the wall we called The Mix Afterhours

Miami's very first official afterhours club was an instant smash amongst the Trance enthusiasts, and quickly became the only place to be. I spent numerous morning's staggering in and out of it's doors. Anyone who was a regular at The Mix will be able to back me up when I tell you that this place was just magical, drug use aside of course. 

Ocean Drive called The Mix, "a show". All sorts of people from all corners of the world would unite at The Mix and dance the wee-hours of the morning to some hardcore Progressive House & Trance. The master of ceremonies in this little show was the famed David Padilla. He was offered the weekend-residency and built a sound system that blew every other club away. The sound system at The Mix was ridiculously amazing. It towered almost 10-15 feet with cavernous spaces that you would get kicked out of should you have stumbled into them. A feature that many other clubs soon began to emulate. Alongside the massive sound system, The Mix was also known for it's chill out back room. 

The Mix prided itself not only on bringing the spotlight to Trance music, but also having a very fashionable concept. A concept that no club really achieved back then which was making every person feel like a part of their family. The Mix was so successful that they also released two compilations on Container Records that still bring chills down my spine when I listen to them. The first was recorded live at The Mix by Padilla, and the second was a dual disc set mixed by The Mix's manager who soon became an addition to the line-up, Gee-Ohh & DJNA. You can still catch Gee-Ohh throw down at America's Backyard in Ft. Lauderdale. 

Here is one of my favorite floor fillers from The Mix taken directly from Disc 1 of their first compilation. The system roared to this one when Padilla cued the first beat! LONG LIVE THE MIX AFTERHOURS!!!

Friday, December 26, 2008

Hi NRG: Secret Ties - Dancin' In My Sleep

MERRY CHRISTMAS TO ALL!! Well I'm about an hour late, but I've finally managed to free myself from the chains of my crazy Cuban family. I hope you all spent the Holiday with loved ones, and got tons of cool shit!

Here's another "retro" re- hit from 1998. Secret Ties released Dancin' In My Sleep in 1986. A track you would think was recorded in Miami was actually done in The City of Angels. Although it was a massive hit down south. I'm telling you those calypso beats....they just do it for us Miamians. If there was a soundtrack of the Tropics, this track would be number 3! Enjizzoy! -- MikeeGB

Sunday, December 21, 2008

HOUSE: Space Frog feat. The Grim Reaper - (X-Ray) Follow Me

Come closer to the speaker!! You can have it all!

Follow Me was a frickin' MEGA HIT in 1998. A favorite of Roly's, this track was played at any night's peak. Our crew was SO obsessed with this song. Whenever we decided to stay in we would all rendezvous at someone's crib, play Follow Me among other classic dance tracks, and go glow stick crazy. What losers we were! LMAO

German troupe Space Frog released Follow Me in 1997. It hit the U.S. shores in 1998 and made a big impact on the SoBe club scene. I remember we had to place a special order for the Maxi CD at Uncle Sams because they didn't carry it. I also remember coming across the 12" at one of the Flamingo Plaza thrift stores, but only to find that the record was missing! The track was re-issued in 2004 with some slamming trance remixes, I've included my favorite of the bunch the D.E.R.B. mix below. Oh, I've also included the very rare Razor & Guido remix! Enjizzoy! -- MikeeGB

Thursday, December 18, 2008

MIXTAPE MADNESS: Trip Hop Till You Drop on Power 96

A car ride to SoBe wasn't the same unless you had Power 96 pumping the jams out yo radio, or a mixtape you had recorded the night before while Zog was spinning live and you decided to stay home. Back in the days Power 96 was a bad ass little radio station. God knows whatever happened to it, I guess it's a simple sign of the times.

This mix was ripped straight off an old ass cassette, Gr00veMan was very good about keeping all his old tapes. I begged and pleaded that he give them all to me when he parted ways to the Big Apple, and thankfully HE DID! The quality of course is not 100%, but the music can be heard loud and clear.

"Trip Hop" to us Miamians was a mix of House and "Freestyle Breaks" with a dash of Acid sounds thrown in. Eventually the term resorted too "Trip House" which ended up being a much better way to categorize the sound as "Trip Hop" was actually already a completely different genre. Enjoy the Trip Hop Till You Drop Mixtape recorded straight off the Power 96 airwaves in 1998! -- MikeeGB

  1. Rhythm 544 - Where Did Your Love Go (Trip House Mix)
  2. Jaydee - Plastic Dreams
  3. Sneaker Pimps - Spin Spin Sugar (Armand Van Helden Remix) / Angelina - Without Your Love
  4. Unknown
  5. Sash! - Encore Une Fois
  6. Kr0mozone Project - Take My Love
  7. Summer Junkies - I'm Gonna Luv U
  8. DJ Boom feat. Nadine Renee - Take Me To The Top
  9. Mon A Q - Stay In Love
  10. Mix Factory - Take Me Away / Danny Tenaglia - Elements
  11. Ultra Nate - Free
  12. Sarah McLaughlin - Posession (Rabbit In The Moon Remix)

Tuesday, December 16, 2008

Italoness: Ken Laszlo - Tonight (Re-Remix)

I'm very thankful that I got the opportunity to start clubbing when I did. The late Nineties not only brought fabulous House music to the Magic City, but also classic disco tunes re-emerged and captured yet another generation of fans. "Retro" as we would call it was actually Italo Disco and High Energy music all mixed as one. The kids would pack the dancefloors and sway side to side as DJ Zog or DJ Percy would spin classics that were recorded before some were even born (like myself!)

Tonight was and still is an amazing track! A "Retro" set was incomplete unless one of Laszlo's tracks made an appearance either in the clubs or on Power 96. Ken Laszlo believe it or not is about the only Italo Disco artist to have sold over a million records. It's funny how time really does change things, no one would be caught dead playing these kind of songs at clubs now a days....unless you go to Alcazaba's or something LOL! Now, give or take a decade ago this music got the party started, and kept it was 1985 all over again! Enjizzoy! -- MikeeGB

Monday, December 15, 2008

HOUSE: John Creamer - Lift Up The Needle (Razor & Guido Edit)

Razor & Guido summarize what House music was back then, what it should be today, and what I hope it will be in the future. The duo is known for their inescapable build-up's that are down right hard and funky as fuck!

Their remix of John Creamer's Lift Up The Needle was indeed one of the best "blow-up" songs from 1998. By 1999 this song was a staple in any House DJ's set. This song got particular love from an old buddy of mine, the one and only DJ Percy who brought this out for the Up All Nite crowd. Someone hand me a glowband PLEASE! More Razor & Guido coming up...stay tuned!! -- MikeeGB

Monday, December 8, 2008

TO THE BEAT: Bass Trip - Break It Down

This track was actually released in 1996 on Pandisc Records. Bass Trip's ....Beat Planet X was one of my favorite CD's back in the hey day. Break It Down was a big hit in the rave scene, especially when the surge of breaks began. Not only was this track big in the underground scene but was given much love on both Power 96 and the 18+ clubs in SoBe in and around 1998. Ahhh...those were the days! Enjizzoy! -- MikeeGB

Saturday, December 6, 2008

LEVEL 2: Duke - So In Love With You (GB's Quik Colors Edit)

So In Love With You was a mega hit back in 1998.  I will always and forever love this song! DJ Zog would do a great little mash-up of Razor & Guido's Do It Again over this track. I was never able to find it on any of my old cassette's so I had to take matters into my own hands. Thanks to a new remix of Do It Again I found on YouTube, and my trusty Virtual DJ program...I was able to re-create Zogbi's magic. Enjoy my Quick Colors Edit of the infamous Duke classic, So In Love With You! -- MikeeGB

Friday, December 5, 2008

Design of a DECADE: M:G - Sweet Honesty

You know you're the shit if....

  1. You remember the days when production companies battled it out for their glorious reign over SoBe nightlife.
  2. You remember how club flyers were so incredibly well thought of and creative that they have now become your very own collector's items?
  3. You recall when the gays and straights shared every dancefloor and danced to the same beat? 
  4. You were a male that owned just about every YMLA shirt Burdine's sold? Or you were a female and bought your outfits at Sole 2 Soul and/or Wet Seal
  5. You frequented such legendary nightspots like Warsaw, Amnesia, Shadow Lounge, Zen, Cream, Emerald City, Rick's Bar, Salvation, and The Mix? 
  6. Your night was not complete until you've trampled over your 30" JNCO pants, and 4" Bedford Stu platforms to catch a purple glowband? 
  7. You had to swoon the hottest and bitchiest drag queens to get into the club as they were the bouncers? 
  8. You have or had a cassette tape with a Power 96 "Lunchtime Retro Mix"?
  9. You went the Grove every Thursday.
  10. You took ecstasy before it became all the rage.

If you have said yes to any or all of the above, CONGRATULATIONS! Pat yourself on the back as you were a part of one of the most vibrant and memorable era's of SoBe nightlife. The clubs would still let anyone who looked the age, or at least the part in (the age being 18!). Italo /Retro music was re-discovered and became an obsession of the Miami youth. House music was at it's best, drums were non-existent. Everyone was equal, unless you were a promoter. Times were just fine and dandy, and SoBe was the place, unless you were venturing off to a club somewhere in the suburbs.

The height of this era was 1998. Yes folks, it's been an entire decade since we all wreaked havoc on SoBe night after night. We would like to dedicate this final month in 2008 to all the good times that took place 10 years ago. We'll post some of the best tracks from that time, post some of the most obscure flyers we picked up off the floor, and tell some of our best stories from that era. Damn I'm starting to feel old!

I remember dancing on top of those speakers at Amnesia doing the little side to side retro dance to this first track. M:G released Sweet Honesty in 1998. With the tracks freestyle feel it became an instant summer classic in the clubs. The track has even take a spot on the Billboard Hot 100! M:G has since then released a slew of EP's of tracks with that same feel good vibe. Check her out on iTunes or Amazon! Enjizzoy! -- MikeeGB

Tuesday, November 25, 2008

Pop Randomness: Kylie Minouge - In The Mood For Love

I've been listening to my "Kylie X Demo" album a lot recently. In 2007 I was ecstatic thinking I had my hands on a copy of her tenth studio album X before it's release date, but came to find it was a bunch of unreleased tracks and remixes. WOOO HOOOO!!!!! 

I must say the two tracks Kylie did with Mylo are super delicious! I love them both very much, but In The Mood For Love is sheer genius! The beat, her voice, the climax just make me sizzle! I'm amazed that they didn't make it on the album as they fit perfectly with the final piece. I always said X should have been a dual disc full of Kylie greatness!

I've placed a link to a fabulous vid off her KylieX2008 tour which is superb. I have hopes the tour will stop somewhere around my area next year because my bootleg copy is proof that her show is not to be missed! Enjizzoy!!! -- MikeeGB

Tuesday, November 18, 2008

Para Tu Cumpleaños: Basura - Bjorkyard Betty


I just love celebrating birthday's! I also love me a fantastic mash-up mix! To celebrate my dear friend's b-day, here is a fab mash-up of Spank Rock's Backyard Betty with Bjork's Innocence. The infamous Basura over at has outdone himself with this mash-up. No word can describe how his mix makes me jiggle. WORK! This is for YOU Kimie! -- MikeeGB

Sunday, November 16, 2008

SUNDAY SCHOOL MIXOLOGY: Cross The Dancefloor Edition

So in this day of age, CD-R's are really no longer necessary, and mp3's are all the rage. On Sunday's some of us attend church, are just rolling in from the night before, or like me choose to wake up with a beer and stogie and mix some music.

I would like to present a new series you'll see on the blog from time to time. SUNDAY SCHOOL MIXOLOGY!!! I'll post some mini-mixes I will make on those Sunday's where I wake up at 11:00 A.M. to the sound of my upstairs neighbor's rap shit blasting out his balcony. Of course I must retaliate by bumping some fucking grindcore te-te-te-techno shit right back! I'm sure my bass pisses him off more than his does to my beauty rest!

So enjoy the Cross The Dancefloor edition of this SUNDAY SCHOOL MIXOLOGY!!!

1) C'Mon This - Stefano Neferini
2) Cross The Dancefloor (Chromeo Remix) - Treasure Fingers
3) Acid Life (Nachos 909 Dub) - Nacho Lovers
4) Naked Jack - The Subs
5) I Lust U - Neon Neon
6) Is It Medicine - The Knife
7) Star Guitar (Armand Van Helden Remix) - Shinichi Osawa

Tuesday, November 11, 2008

Hi NRG: Wild Mary - Maya Maya

So ok, Wild Mary is this incredibly obscure Freestyle/Hi NRG/gender bending band. I say gender bending because I can't even tell if the singers are male or female really. You may have heard of their mega hit and one of my favorite "retro" jams, No One Knows Where She Goes. 

I was seeking the 12" years ago at a moderately priced to possibly even free deal. Thanks to my super wonderful ex-boyfriend, he came around and gave me his copy sometime last year. Earlier this year while walking around Union Square in NYC I came across a record stand at one of those street fairs/flea markets. What seemed like 10 minutes to me was about 2 hours to poor Gr00veman of Mikee just going through each crate. Thank you Oso for being so patient, cause if not I would have never forgiven you.

I pulled out about 19 records, quite a few were very rare and some I had been in desperate search of at which I paid a single buck for each! One of those records was this Pantera release of the No One Know Where She Goes 12", but it had a B-side folks!! I wasn't even aware Wild Mary had made another track, but this record contained another track titled Maya Maya. As simple as it is and redundant as it may sound, it's pretty kick ass! I think he even says Coochie in the song....what do you think?!!

When I first heard the song I thought it would sound pretty amazing if it was slowed down and made kinda gothicish. So I did just that. I added that creepiness also just for shits and giggles! -- MikeeGB

Monday, November 10, 2008

Hi NRG: Tiger Moon - Something Tells Me

I was cleaning a bit this past weekend and as I was dusting off my records I came across this classic. I put it on, and rediscovered how incredibly fantastic this track is. Released in 1987 on Atlantic Records, Something Tells Me became the theme song to a late 80's Harrison Ford flick, Frantic

The best thing about this track aside from the infectious chorus is that a Miami bred disc jockey mixed and edited it. The legendary Ciro Llerena also known as the resident DJ at Casanova's which was a mere 3 blocks away from my grandparent's home takes the cookie. 

After my mother's reign as dancefloor queen, and after she spit me out I can recall those days when I would be hand in hand with my grandmother as we dropped off my aunt at the door of Casanova's. I remember how I always wanted to just run right inside with my little 4 year old self. How I wish I was my age now back then, when Hialeah was the place to be. Thank Jesus, Joseph, and Mary that music still lives hard. I should TOTALLY do a cover of this song. -- MikeeGB

Tuesday, November 4, 2008

I'M SO SAD: Janet Jackson - Put Your Hands On

I hope you all got out there and voted....FOR OBAMA! 

Along with this glorious and historical election, it's been a very gloomy day in the world of Janet Jackson fandom. My absolute favorite singer has just cancelled the remaining "postponed" dates of her fabulous Rock Witchu tour. One of those dates just happened to be the only one I was gonna be able to attend. My first time with 3rd row seats to ANY musical concert.

In lieu of this situation I of course would post a very under appreciated song of the singer. One that never even made it on an album, a bonus track off the TOTALLY under appreciated Damita Jo album. Put Your Hands On is a classic Janet track, equipped with the bass and cooing that she is known for. Enjizzoy with infinite sadness!! -- MikeeGB

Janet Jackson - Put Your Hands On (Taken down at the request of DMCA)

Saturday, November 1, 2008

I <3 BOY BANDS: NKOTB - My Favorite Girl

So tonight i'll be hitting up the NKOTB's reunion tour at the Bank Atlantic Center! More importantly, I'm ECSTATIC to hear that Lady GaGa will be opening for them. I managed to score some pretty awesome seats on eBay. I really should be in NYC right now and attending the supposed final stop of the Janet Jackson tour, but I'm a huge NKTOB fan also. Sorry Janet, they didn't postpone on me. 

I was never allowed to go to their shows as a child. My father wasn't very approving of my little obsession with NKOTB back in the day. I actually got my ass beat a few times when I would make my grandmother buy those huge 6" pins of Joey for me. What can I say, I've always been a sucker for light eyes. Enjoy my favorite NKOTB classic, My Favorite Girl! -- MikeeGB

NKOTB - My Favorite Girl (Removed at the request of DMCA)

**EDIT** Some iPhone shots from the show (I need a digi man..)

Thursday, October 30, 2008

FOUL STENCHES IN THE AIR: Local Boy - Owner Of a Thriller Heart

I've been waiting ALL week to post this track! This is one BAD ASS mash-up off the infamous "I LOVE D12"co Diamonds" compilations....just about the BEST italo compilations alive!

I just LUV the italo feel they put on the Michael Jackson classic. Better yet, I LUV the second 80's track they mashed into the mix. CHECK IT OUT!!! -- MikeeGB

Wednesday, October 29, 2008

SCREAM KING: John Carpenter - Michael's Sister

Our next creepy track is from the scream king (or at least one of them), John Carpenter! This man is a horror legend, not only directing but also composing almost all of his movie's soundtracks as well. 

This track is from the second installment of his Halloween franchise, usually played when well....Michael's killing. Check out some more of his scores after the jump. Carpenter sure knows how to tweak a synthesizer's knobs and make the sounds eerie! -- MikeeGB

**EDIT** That's actually my 2008 Pumpkin!! 

Tuesday, October 28, 2008

UN-PLEASENT DREAMS: Elvira - Here I Am (Mistress of the Dark)

All hail the queen of midnight horror...ELVIRA!!!

I am the BIGGEST Elvira fan known to man. I constantly sat in front of the TV as a child either watching one of her fabulous re-runs of Elvira's Midnight Madness (one of her early 80's hosting gig of cheesy horror movies), or one of her superior low budget films. My absolute favorite of Elvira's work is the infamous ..Mistress Of The Dark movie.

Released in 1988, the movie naturally wasn't a smash hit, but of course holds till this day an incredibly strong cult following. I remember I lied to my parents and told them I had lost the VHS tape, and never returned it to King Kong Video in Hialeah. Elvira: Mistress of the Dark was all mine! 

This track is one of her own. Featured in the ending scene of the movie, Elvira finally makes it out to Vegas to star in her own show. I've also added a YouTube link of the actual scene so you can bask yourself in all of Elvira's glory! UN-PLEASENT DREAMS!!! -- MikeeGB

Monday, October 27, 2008

HALLOWTECHNO: Novy vs. Eniac - Smoke Dis

My favorite time of the year has officially arrived. I love Halloween because of all the spooky debauchery that takes place. It's also a reminder that the next coming months will be filled with family gatherings, great food & booze, fabulous parties, hopefully some sexual endeavors, a brand new year, great hair days, and lots of presents!

We here at Funky Brewster will by any means necessary try to get ourselves and our readers into the Holiday spirit. This entire week will be dedicated to tracks we love that have a very very creepy appeal to them. Our first track which I post on this first chilly day of "Miami Autumn" is a definitely a killer!

This track takes me waaaay back to 1998 when I was sitting on top of plastic castles at 6 A.M with 60" parachute pants at a mini amusement park me and the crew frequented almost every weekend. "Smoke Dis" samples the theme from the movie "Halloween" composed by infamous horror master, John Carpenter (more of his stuff later on in the week!) 

Un-Pleasent Dreams!!! -- MikeeGB

Sunday, October 26, 2008

Sexy House: The Cube Guys - Te Quiero

So my friend Nando tells me that Roger Sanchez is spinning at Webster Hall. Me, being the lover of sexy house that I am, of course accepts his offer. It was free before 11 anyway, and you can't beat that. I had always listened to Roger's compilations and his beats just completely drove me insane! Despite the fact that I never really thought of listening to jazzy acid house at a club, I went anyway. I was awaiting his legendary "Te Quiero" track, which according to his best friend (who I met when I first moved to NYC, and then lost his business card!!! ugh) is one of his favorite tracks.

This event turned out to be one of the best events I had ever attended in New York City. He played more old school hard house/trance with the vocals of all of his sexy house tracks, except of course "Te Quiero". The music that came out of that DJ booth was out of this universe. The party itself was ostentatiously enthralling! We couldn't decide what room to go into and what boys to stare at, or if to stare at the ladies too, because they too were beautiful. I found a party with a Miami-like atmosphere in Manhattan.

Once we had enough (which we didn't, we just had responsibilities), we went to the car, and I played "Te Quiero" as loud as my system could play it. Despite the fact that we did not hear the song in the event, it definitely defines that legendary night that Nando and I spent listening to Roger Sanchez. - Gr00veMan

Chill Out: Bent - Always

This has got to be one of my favorite chill-out beats of all time! This Nottingham duo has me entranced with their chill-out experiment. I usually play my chill-out playlist when I read, but they have surpassed reading time. Bent, as they like to be called, has several albums out. I've been in love with the song since I lived in Miami, but until recently have I had the time to research this secret gold mine (for the chill-out lovers), and I've discovered that they have more than one album out. I, seriously, need to add more hours to the day, and appoint 1/3 of it just for music, then again, I have entire summers to dedicate more time to music every year =) Enjoy - Gr00veMan

Bent - Always

YouTube: Bent - Always

Friday, October 24, 2008

Indietastic: The Faint - The Geeks Were Right

In honor of Tomorrow's show, I obviously would be posting a new song. The last two times The Faint were down south I was dreadfully ill and unfortunately missed both fucking shows. Needless to say, I'm ecstatic to see them Tomorrow @ Culture Room, especially because I've finally warmed up to their new album "Fasciinatiion".

For all those attending the show, come on over and say hello! I promise I won't bite! Enjoy their first single off the new album, "The Geeks Were Right". -- MikeeGB

**EDIT** A few iPhone shots from the show!

Thursday, October 23, 2008

ON THE REQUEST LINE: Roisin Murphy - You Know Me Better

Request time!!!! Chris K. an avid Funky Brewster reader has requested a very special song. In case you do not have Roisin Murphy's second album lurking around on your iPod...GET IT NOW!! Roisin was the lead singer of old school dance troupe Moloko, she went solo of course. The ending result was two albums of sheer bliss, although her second effort is entirely better off than her first. Check out our first special request, You Know Me Better! -- MikeeGB

Wednesday, October 22, 2008

Breaks -N- Beats: Annie Lennox vs. Leftfield - Little Bird

This track is ripped straight from an old ass R-Fresh mix-tape I had back in high school [EDIT] I found the full track on vinyl!! Link has been updated with complete version! I've always loved the original from Annie Lennox, but this breaks mix is just fucking AMAZING!!

I'ts a white label record that is very hard to find, but for $14.99 you can buy it from R-Fresh himself! Actually, I need to purchase that shit myself [EDIT] I DID BUY IT!!! Enjizzoy! -- MikeeGB

Tuesday, October 21, 2008

Disco but NOT Disco: Peter Godwin - Emotional Disguise

Keeping up with my very post punk/new wave mood this last week or so, here is another of my favorite classics. "Emotional Disguise" was released in 1982 and would serve as Peter Godwin's debut single. A moderate hit next to "Images of Heaven", but by far his best track. I was ecstatic when I found a sealed copy of this 12" at the Hialeah Red, White, and Blue Thrift Store in Flamingo Plaza.

"Who the hell is Peter Godwin" you ask? Well he's just one half of late 70's progressive group Metro. "Who the hell is Metro" you ask? Well who the hell cares. That's why Peter went solo and switched up his musical style!  --MikeeGB

Saturday, October 18, 2008

NEW SHIZZ!!: Tiga - Mindimension / The Future

NEW TIGA!!!! Here is the new track off his much anticipated sophomore album which will be released...well who knows....soon hopefully! This track is nothing short of the exquisiteness that you would expect from this Canadian born, absolutely gorgeous male disc jockey. 

A few WMC's ago, I had the opportunity to stand a foot away from this man in awe. He's excellent at what he does, god certainly did give him a gift. It also helps that he is SO HOT!

Here is the edit to his new single Mindimension / The Future in all it's 909 kick glory. -- MikeeGB

Thursday, October 16, 2008

"Got any E???" : Groovezone - Eisbaer

Ahhhh...what can I say about this record. This song is one of my top 5 tracks ever recorded in the history of music. The original track named "Eisbär" is from German post punk band, Grauzone (which means grey area), which has also been added for your listening pleasure.

 In 1997 this crazy Belgian trance DJ decided to take the timeless classic, and put his very "Hey dude, you got some E??" spin on it. The ending result has become one of the songs on the soundtrack of my life. If you remember when a "patio" was non existent in the afterhours world, then you're sure to remember this great anthem! POOOOOKIE HEAAAADDDDSSS!! -- MikeeGB

Monday, October 13, 2008

Italoness: Ris - Love-N-Music

We here at Funky Brewster would like to present our little corner of the web dedicated to providing you with our love of music. Music from the past, the present, and the future that holds a very special place in our <3

These tracks we share with you have in some way changed our lives always for the best. Isn't this the reason why music was created?

Now I bring you an italo classic dated back to 1983. Initially released on Proto Records, then re-issued on Relish in 2004. This gorgeous track is produced by Tony Carrasco with Celeste on vocals. Enjoy one of my all time favorites, "Love-N-Music" by Ris -- MikeeGB