Step Into My Life (feat Arthur Vercoai - M&M mix By John Morales) - (9:57) 118 BPM
The Two Of Us (Al Kent vocal mix) - (11:04) 107 BPM
The Two Of Us (Al Kent dub mix) - (11:04) 107 BPM
Review: Due to to popular demand, the massive M&M remix of "Step Into My Life" by New York City legend John Morales gets a digital reissue on Far Out Recordings. Featuring Arthur Verocai, house music doesn't get much more sultry and soulful than this one. Far Out Monster Disco Orchestra also present a new Million Dollar Disco remix from the master Al Kent, which dives into deeper downbeat territory. Rest assured that it retains those come hither vocals and life affirming vibes. For those of you who aren't keen on the vox, worry not as there is a handy dub mix included for your mixing pleasure.
Review: Far Out Monster Disco Orchestra are Far Out's in-house Brazilian disco group comprised of Joe Davis with long-time affiliated producers David Brinkworth and Daniel "Venom" Maunick. 4hero main man Dego's "2000 Black Remix" of "Where Do We Go From Here?" is on form as always; this is modern, soulful deep-funk the way it's meant to be. Londoner Ben Hauke's rendition isn't too bad either giving the track a slightly urban, low slung soul makeover that'd reminiscent of Theo Parrish's finer moments. Speaking of Detroit; Andres appears too, giving the track his typical Midas touch on this deep house take that's so worth hearing.