Review: Boston-based sample-don J Paul Getto returns with his third EP on the UK's Z Records, an imprint reserved solely for the finest in boogie house delights. It's a hefty six tracks of joyful summer vibes and beats, containing plenty of edits and re-cuts by Mr Getto himself, and a stunning Joey Negro edit of "Love Today" - that track which makes you want to literally throw yourself in the dance-floor after hearing its warm and seductive bassline.
Review: The series is the result of house legend Joey Negro's admiration for all the semi anonymous vinyl junkies that he has encountered on his own vinyl quests. Following the success of the Red Greg-compiled first instalment, we now have veteran radio broadcaster and soul aficionado Paul Phillips delivering his selection of long-lost classics. It's a veritable feast of rare disco releases (25 in all!), highlights of which include the glossy Philly sounds of State Department's "Slow Love", the Chic-isms of Pike's "Good Feelings", the digital electro-funk of Midnight Energy's "Saving Of My Love" and the sublime synth-soul of Ron Richardson's "Ooh Wee Babe".