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Free Myself
Free Myself - (5:01)
The Truth (feat Kaylan Waterman) - (4:13)
I'm Done - (9:26)
Spiral Staircase - (5:32)
Purify Me - (7:30)
Everything You Want - (5:51)
Snakes (feat Duminie Deporres) - (6:42)
Surround The World - (7:31)
Theo Parrish - "Spiral Staircase" (instrumental) - (5:32)
Review: While soul has always been a massive ingredient in the potent sound stew that is Detroit deep house, it's still a relative rarity to find one of the Motor City's house producers turning their attention to the style. That's what the legendary Theo Parrish has done here in collaboration with infrequent collaborator Maurissa Rose, a long-serving local soul singer and songwriter whose credits also include appearances on Alton Miller and Eddie Fowlkes records. 'Free Myself', their first joint album', is a joyous concoction - a dusty, musically rich and predictably inventive affair that does a brilliant job in mixing Parrish's take on neo-soul and R&B with breezy, jazz-flecked deep house cuts, broken beats and occasional nods to Latin musical culture. A genuinely brilliant album, as expected.
SS 0959697
02 Jun 23
Deep House
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Look At The Stars
Look At The Stars (Dave's Starshine club mix) - (7:44) 125 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Look At The Stars (Moog dub) - (7:12) 125 BPM
Review: UK disco don Dave Lee teams up with Detroit vocalist Maurissa Rose, who since featuring on an Eddie 'Flashin' Fowlkes cut way back in 1995 has spent most of her career working in the soul/jazz/R&B arena, but who's latterly returned to a more dancefloor-oriented trajectory, working with the likes of Theo Parrish, Alton Miller, Royskopp and Lee's own Sunburst Band. Their collective experience and pedigree shine through clearly on 'Look At The Stars', but if soulful vocal belters aren't your thing then fear not because there's an accompanying, self-explanatory Moog Dub that's to die for.
ZEDD 12358
26 May 23
Funky/Club House
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Free Myself
Free Myself - (5:01)
The Truth (feat Kaylan Waterman) - (4:13) Biggest-selling track on this release
SSV 090
27 Apr 23
Hip Hop/R&B
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Feel It
Feel It - (8:14) 117 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Feel It (edit) - (3:19) 117 BPM
DOG 080
19 Oct 22
Electro House
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Special Versions
Theo Parrish & Maurissa Rose - "This Is For You" (Special version) - (12:21) 120 BPM
The Unit - "Ain't No Need" (edit - Theo Parrish, Myele Manzanza, Akwasi Mensah, Amp Fiddler, Duminie Deporres & Ideeyah) - (10:24) 108 BPM
Theo Parrish - "What You Wanna C" (Hambone) - (7:04) 110 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Review: A trio of recent Theo Parrish productions get the remix treatment, though why these versions are any more or less "special" than others isn't made entirely clear! The laidback and heartfelt 'This Is For Your' (a Maurisse Rose collab first out as a single in 2019) will suit soulful floors, while 'Ain't No Need' by The Unit (something of a 'supergroup' consisting Parrish, Amp Fiddler and friends) leans more towards jazz and broken beat. The standout to these ears, though, is 'What You Wanna C', a deep, jazzy shuffle par excellence and one for the proverbial "heads" for sure!
SV 001
21 Dec 20
Deep House
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Bring Me Down
Alton Miller - "Bring Me Down" - (9:27) 123 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Theo Parrish - "Bring Me Down SS Translation" - (9:30) 123 BPM
Review: Given the talent involved - Motor City deep house legend Alton Miller, with the similarly storied Theo Parrish on remix duties - this has "buy on sight" written all over it. Musically, it's as good as you'd expect. Miller's original version of "Bring Me Down", featuring the sauntering, soulful vocals of Maurissa Rose, is amongst the best things he's done of late; a sinewy, sensual deep house epic blessed with starry electronics, rolling beats, sweeping synths and rich bass. Parrish's similarly stretched-out translation is similarly sublime, fixing elements of Miller's fine original version to swinging, jazz-flecked beats, jammed-out Rhodes lines and typically dusty textures. Basically, it's as good as you'd expect, and then some. Don't sleep.
SS 065
27 Jan 17
Deep House
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