Groovy, Sexy & Soulful Part 11

Spring time feels like one burning desire and that's what this mix is all about! Of course there's disco music in it, because disco is an immense 'fire of desire', to say it metaphorically. The lyrics of disco songs are about big expectations and high hopes, most of the time. And when the game's over (to paraphrase Bettye Swann) there's always the possibility of thinking about old flames (like Pleasure does). There's only a little bit of smoke left and that's what Cypress Hill is rapping about... ;-)

The track from Archie Bell & the Drells is A Tom Moulton Mix, although a little bit edited by A Digital Needle. More Tom Moulton mixes are on the very cool 'Philadelphia International Classics: The Tom Moulton Remixes' that came out recently. No one can lay his hands better on disco tracks than this legendary inventor of the 12 inch remix! Music from Glasgow's extraordinary editor Scratchandsniff is also available on cassette. So try to dig up your good old Sony walkman first... :-)

Well, let's enjoy this 11th part of ‘Groovy, sexy & soulful’! And if you don't want to hear how I messed up a Marvin Gaye classic, just simply push the 'stop' button after Cypress Hill... The picture on the right is from Kecko.

Groovy, Sexy & Soulful Part 11 by Professor Eddy on Mixcloud

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