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Spencer Parker - Ddbb

Spencer Parker

Ddbb

Work Them

Cat: WTR 055
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Genre: Funky/Club House
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06:44
126
07:22
126
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Review

Sometime Rekids regular Spencer Parker opts for a classy, life-affirming disco-house sound on 'Ddbb', which continues a run of righteous releases on his Work Them imprint. Although most of the instrumentation is electronic, it sounds authentically 'disco' - think punchy Philly Soul style horn blasts, sweeping strings and warming bass - albeit with the added allure of snappy, early Chicago house style drum machine beats. Old pal Ian Pooley steps up to provide the obligatory remix. What he's delivered is a touch more jacking, percussion-wise, and much more bass-heavy, whilst retaining the revivalist disco feel of Parker's original version. Pooley is a past master at this kind of thickset, disco-leaning house music and it shows - it's a fine remix all told.

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