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Dimitri From Paris ‎– Get Down With The Philly Sound: A Very Special Collection By Dimitri From Paris (3CD) [2010]

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Dimitri From Paris ‎– Get Down With The Philly Sound: A Very Special Collection By Dimitri From Paris (3CD) [2010]

Dimitri From Paris ‎– Get Down With The Philly Sound: A Very Special Collection By Dimitri From Paris (3CD) [2010]
EAC Rip | FLAC (Tracks) +CUE, LOG | 1.6 GB | Scans
Genre: House, Soul, Disco | Label: BBE Records | Catalog Number: BBE139CCD-1

BBE Records proudly presents its 5th and arguably most exciting compilation with the French dj and ambassador of disco, Dimitri from Paris. This compilation focuses on Dimitri’s essential disco era tracks - made in Philadelphia, that feature the core of the rhythm section that created and defined the sound of the genre. For this compilation Dimitri has exclusively reworked 5 tracks from the original multitrack tapes of Gamble and Huff with a further 4 being edited from the original 2 track stereo masters.

MFSB - Universal Love (1975) Japanese Reissue 2018

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MFSB - Universal Love (1975) Japanese Reissue 2018

MFSB - Universal Love (1975) Japanese Reissue 2018
EAC | FLAC | Tracks (Cue&Log) ~ 242 Mb | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 98 Mb | Scans included | 00:34:14
Funk, Philly Soul, Disco | Label: Philadelphia Int./Sony Music Labels | # SICP-5715

MFSB was the legendary multicultural house band for the label Philadelphia International. Debuting as an act in 1973, the band released seminal early-disco tracks like "TSOP," "Love Is the Message," and the ballad "Something For Nothing." Although this effort didn't reach the heights of its predecessor, Love Is the Message, Universal Love has the band exhibiting even more skill as a hitmaking enterprise. As with the earlier hits, seven out of the eight tracks on Universal Love were arranged by Bobby Martin, who always got a classic sound out of any Philly production. The tracks "Sexy" and "T.L.C. (Tender Lovin' Care)" both effortlessly employ intonations of big band that came from the horn charts and Zach Zachery's tenor sax solos. At this point the gloss and rhythm style of the MFSB players, primarily the sound of bassist Ron Baker and drummer Earl Young, helped to initiate disco. Although they were no doubt influential, the songs "MFSB" and the hard-driving "Let's Go Disco" have an inimitable production.