George Smith - "Out Of This World" - (4:06) 85 BPM
Ray Johnson - "The Deep End" - (2:51) 83 BPM
Lee Mitchell - "How Can You Be So Cold" - (3:53) 81 BPM
Shelley Fisher - "St. James Infirmary" - (4:17) 109 BPM
The Eminent Stars - "Hearts Are Jumping" - (3:24) 82 BPM
Music junkie Tobias Kirmayer began his Movements compilation series back in 2005 and to celebrate ten years he rustled up a seventh installment of treats for its loyal disciples. Over the past decade, the series has matured like a fine wine, slowly broadening its scope of genre while never straying outside of its remit. Highlights of the chronological tracklist include Rene Bailey's ear drum-bursting, leather lunged opening roar of "Woke Up This Morning", Nu Art Quartet's slightly creepy organ-heavy cover of "California Dreamin" and Al Jarreau's totally strange scat attack "Take Five".
Serious edit heat from the young Parisian who's always on the Pulse: Three well known funk soul classics, Rhyze's "Relax & Enjoy" gets an upbeat, roof-raising treatment with full emphasis on the instantly distinctive groove. Spinners' "It's A Shame" enjoys a sun-splashed Brazilian treatment while GQ's "Shake" gets a turbo-charged shake-up that makes it more floor friendly than a thick shag carpet. And that's friendly. Get to know.
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