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Following the runaway success of their re-release of James Mason's cult classic "I Want Your Love" a few years back, Rush Hour asked the legendary disco-soul producer whether he had any unreleased material in the archives. After rooting around, he unearthed enough material to fill an album, Recollection Echo, which hits stores later in the year. Before that, Rush Hour present two previously unheard gems; the breezy, soulful disco brilliance of "The Rhythm of Life" (which, brilliantly, features Bernard Purdie on drums, and Fonda Rae on backing vocals), and "Up Jump", a brilliantly strange - and thrilling - combination of pitched-down electro beats, vocoders and spiraling soul vocals. That album should be pretty sensational; until it's released, these two tracks will more than suffice.
Ennio Styles, Alexis Le-Tan, Charles Maurice, Lexx, Mukatsuku Records Chart, Flori, Curious Disco, Mike Shawe ✮ Hot Buttered Soul, Mr. Fiel, Phillie P (Ice City Rec), Spacetricks, RUSTAM OSPANOFF., DJ Gilla, Ourra, Taelue, Mike Burns, Randy "Hotthobo" Ellis, Lay-Far, Mojoknights, ISOUL8 (Volcov), Chicagodeep, Frank Booker, I Love Disco!, Your Name (Legalize Lambada), Ltj Xperience, Modern Sun Records, Tommy Finger Jr., Admin, Antonio Zuza (IMOGEN RECORDINGS), Hesseltime, SHMLSS, Earl Jeffers, Aleqs Notal, Soul Music, Ill Dubio (HIGH JAZZ*), Futuro Tropicale
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