Heartbeat Revolutions, the Buenos Aires-based label headed up by Julian Sanza of Silver City/Spirals fame, serve up another of their occasional re-edit EPs. First to get the treatment is Gilberto Gil's 'Toda Mehina Bahiana' from 1979, followed by Eddy Grant's 'Electric Avenue' from 1982. The source for Chuckie Stronger's 'Doing It' is unidentified but clearly hails from the 80s boogie era, while 'Two Sisters' draws on Roy Ayers' 'Kwajilori' (a late 70s recording released in 2005) and finally William DeVaughan's 'Be Thankful For What You Got' (1974) gets speeded up and injected with a lil' Latin flava on 'Just Be'.
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Gil Berto/Ed Grande/Chuckie Stronger/Rod Ayer/Bill DevaughnHeartbeat Revolutions
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