Remix

  • Dance Classics voor Vrijdag 20 en zaterdag 21 februari 2015

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    vrijdag 20 februari 2015

    De Fluff Disco · Supermega Anniversary Editie
    EKKO
    Bemuurde Weerd WZ 3
    3513 BH Utrecht
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    vrijdag 20 februari 2015

    Disco-Train 70s 80s 90s Party
    Club Nouvelle
    Touwslagerij 11
    1185 ZP Amstelveen
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    vrijdag 20 februari 2015

    Thank god it's Friday
    El Sombrero
    Molenstraat 67
    6511 HB Nijmegen
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    zaterdag 21 februari 2015

    70, 80 & 90's party
    De Loods
    PC Hooftstraat 4A
    2985 BK Ridderkerk
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    zaterdag 21 februari 2015

    Classics TBL Night
    The Borderline
    Bredaseweg 43
    4882 DD Zundert
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    zaterdag 21 februari 2015

    DanceclassX · Dance hits uit de jaren 50, 60, 70. 80, 90 & 00's
    Partycentrum het Dak
    Tiendweg 9
    4142 EG Leerdam
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    zaterdag 21 februari 2015

    Disco-Train Back to the 70s, 80s, 90s & 00s
    Backstage Almere
    Koetsierbaan 10
    1315 SE Almere
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    zaterdag 21 februari 2015

    Going Back To My Roots meets Groove Inc
    Melody Line
    Willem Fenengastraat 12
    1096BN Amsterdam
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    zaterdag 21 februari 2015

    We All Love 80's, 90's & 00's
    Poppodium Underground
    Neringweg 159
    8224 KA Lelystad
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  • Nieuwe album in het najaar van Gladys Knight

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    Zevenvouding Grammy winnaar Gladys Knight zal op 9 september haar nieuwe album uit brengen met de titel Where My Heart Belongs. Het zal gaan om een gospel album waar Gladys niet een onbekende van is, want ooit begon haar carriere door het zingen van gospel.


    Vanaf jonge leeftijd zong ze in het kerkkoor volgens haar moeder was muziek een geschenk van god. Er staan maar liefs elf tracks op haar nieuwe album en ze kan niet wachten dat de album uitkomt.


    De zangeres heeft in het verleden met haar Pips diverse nummer 1 hits gehad en bevind zich in The Hall of Fame en Rock 'n'Roll of Fame.

  • Cors Disco and Soulshow van 4 mei 2014 via Mixcloud

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    Cors Disco en Soulshow van 4 mei 2014 op Club DDD FM by Cor Shops on Mixcloud

     
  • TOM MOULTON

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    Tom Moulton is an American record producer. He is the originator of the remix, the breakdown section ("Disco Break"), and the 12-inch single vinyl format. He has humbly maintained that the last two innovations were pure accidents. Perhaps contrary to expectation, Moulton's early successes in "mixing down" dance records were the result of insistently taking away elements from the original multi-track.

    Although not a disc jockey, Thomas Jerome Moulton was more essential to the rise of disco than any other single person in its history. Born in Schenectady, New York on November 29, 1940 music was in his life from a very early age. Moulton even quit high school to work in a record store in the late 1950s. With aspirations to become a radio DJ, he quickly found that he didn't have what it took to be a DJ in the turbulent payola-ridden radio scene of the 1950s.

    His career started in the late 1960s with a self-made tape of overlapping songs created for the Fire Island bar and restaurant The Sandpiper. As the club in question was very high profile, it was only a matter of time before his skills were noticed and put to use pre-release by those in the music industry. Moulton preferred R&B and dance music, but actually mixed a wide range of popular recordings. A noteworthy quote has him saying, "I never made a dance record, I made records you can dance to."

    Moulton worked as a model at the Bookings and Ford agencies before beginning his production career. Before that, he had worked in the music industry, holding a sales and promotion job at King Records (from 1959 to 1961) and similar positions at RCA and United Artists. He eventually left due to his disgust at the industry's dishonesty.

    His notable achievements in recording technique include extending the high frequencies and tightening the bottom for better sounding play at high volume and lengthening for greater musical and emotional impact by repeating key passages.

    He was responsible for the first continuous-mix album side ever, on Gloria Gaynor's seminal disco album "Never Can Say Goodbye", earning him the title the "father of the Disco Mix" . Among some of his other success in mixing songs are Three Degrees, The' "Dirty Ol' Man", MFSB featuring Three Degrees, The "Love Is The Message", B.T. Express' "Do It (Til You're Satisfied)", Trammps, The' "Disco Inferno", People's Choice's "Do It Any Way You Wanna", Andrea True Connection's "More, More, More" First Choice's "Doctor Love", and Claudja Barry's album "The Girl Most Likely".

    Between 1977 and 1979, he produced Grace Jones' first three albums, including one of the singer's biggest hits, her rendition of Édith Piaf's "La Vie en rose".

    Tom Moulton's innovative work was honored at the 2004 Dance Music Hall of Fame ceremony in New York City when he was inducted for his achievements as a Remixer. He is the official archivist of the Bethlehem Jazz and Salsoul music catalogues, and has overseen all of the digital remastering for the entire catalog. In late 2006 Moulton would remix the Brand New Heavies, The (featuring N'Dea Davenport) single "I Don't Know (Why I Love You)", a cover of the Stevie Wonder and Jackson 5 hit.

    A Tom Moulton Mix is a phrase indicating that a dance record had been mixed by Tom Moulton. Prior to Moulton (and throughout his active years), no major player had prefaced their name with "A" and followed it with "Mix". One will find examples of this usage today, but in Mr. Moulton's heyday such usage was unheard of for those seeking respect in the industry. Moulton's use of the phrase led to similar usage by his contemporaries within the Salsoul Records family. Such usage would have given him the status of "mentor" rather than infringe his territory. In a late 1990s interview, Mr. Moulton himself cast aspersion upon Vincent Montana Jr.'s attempt to use this titling (Montana and Moulton were known to have had a difficult professional relationship).

    "A Tom Moulton Mix" was later used as the title of a compilation of Moulton's remixes on Soul Jazz Records. Tom's remixes, both past and present, continue to be played on radio stations today, and more recently aired on Retro Soul Radio London, are Tom's outstanding Philly Regrooved Albums. Retro Soul Radio presenters Dave Simons and Neil Winter had the pleasure of speaking with Tom about his career, his music and his passion for the music industry. The interview was aired on Retro Soul Radio with his fans from all over the world locked in for over 2 hours listening to his tracks and what he had to say about them.

  • Cors Disco en Soulshow van 6 april 2014 op Club DDD FM via Speakers

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  • Cors Disco en Soulshow van 6 april op Club DDD FM via Souldcloud

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  • Cors Disco en Soulshow van 6 april op Club DDD FM via Mixcloud

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    Cors Disco en Soulshow van 6 april op Club DDD FM by Cor Shops on Mixcloud

     
  • Cors Disco en Soulshow van 8 maart 2014 via Soundcloud

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  • Cors Disco en Soulshow van 8 maart 2014 via 4shared

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  • Cors Disco and Soulshow van 8 maart 2014 via Mixcloud

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    Cors Disco en Soulshow van 8 maart 2014 by Cor Shops on Mixcloud

     
  • Cors Disco en Soulshow Slow Session - 25 januari 2014 via Soundcloud

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  • Cors Disco en Soulshow Slow Session - 25 januari 2014 via 4shared

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  • Cors Disco and Soulshow van 25 januari 2014 via Mixcloud

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    Cors Disco en Soulshow van 25 januari 2014 by Cor Shops on Mixcloud

     
  • Jody Watley's nieuwe single

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    Jody Watley, de vroegere zangeres van Shalamar, blijft nog steeds de hitparades imponeren. Met haar single staat ze in de Urban top 5 en in de gewone hitparade is ze de top 20 binnengekomen in het Verenigd Koninkrijk.

    En nu is dan ook haar video vrijgegevenwaarop de remix versie van Nightlife is te zien. Het is gefilmd en bewerkt door Steve Willis en Ray Easmon, die ook de bewerking hebben gedaan van o.a. Britney Spears en Usher.

     

     

    Kijk naar de video.