Friday, 4 December 2009

It's Friday . . . Let's Dance




Here's a bit of speed garage sampling Nina Simone from 1997. This sub genre of garage was basically sped up garage with mega heavy baselines  and timestretched vocals and effects. It was popular for about a nano second during 1996/97 before the next hip genre came around. A couple of other fine examples of speed garage were 187 Lockdown's Gunman and Armand Van Helden's remix of the Sneaker Pimps Spin Spin Sugar.

If I remember correctly the Epic mix of this was flogged to death at the time, the mix posted here is remixed by Rob Bee.

huff & herb - feeling good (Rob Bee's Sub For Murray mix)

4 comments:

Simon said...

I've not heard that for a long time. Good one.

And as for Frankie Beverly, thats such a top tune. One I didn't realise I already had in digital form until yesterday!!

dickvandyke said...

Sneaker Pimps Spin Spin Sugar eh?

India won again Fawlty.
Did it Major. Did it?

davy h said...

Shot was he?

dickvandyke said...

No, no. During the night.

Oh, well. You're off your guard, you see!