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FORTHCOMING
Say That You Love Me
Cat: MXAK 001. Rel: 13 Apr 19
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Say That You Love Me (Danny Krivit 7" edit - Francois K remix)
  2. Say That You Love Me (Danny Krivit 7" edit - AK remix)
Review: Japanese singer-songwriter-producer Akemi Kakihara, better known as AK, is a huge star in her native country-where she's released 15 albums, many topping the charts, along with writing & producing for many other artists as well. Her first album featured a collaboration with close friend Brazilian pianist and composer Eumir Deodato-but she's probably most recognized internationally for Her composition "Say That You Love Me," originally a jazzy ballad, was remixed by Francois K and Eric Kupper in 2001 and released on New York label King Street Sounds. The remix soon became a staple at Body & Soul in both New York and Japan, ultimately topping the dance charts around the world and emerging as the top house anthem in Japan over the next decade-as well as becoming King Street Sounds' all time biggest seller. (The song wasn't the only success story to bloom from this project: visiting Body & Soul for the first time in 2001 to meet Francois K and see and hear the crowd's reaction to the remix, when she also met DJ and party co-founder Danny Krivit. A romance between them blossomed, they married in 2008, and continue to reside in NYC.)

With 7" vinyl singles currently enjoying a renaissance, Krivit suggested AK revisit the landmark track to do another re-work of "Say That You Love" for Most Excellent Unlimited, something noticeably different from the original. AK's new version of her signature tune retains her silky vocal refrain that first seduced listeners, but adds a bubbly keyboard melody and a propulsive snare kick that turns it into a dance floor stomper. Krivit then edited down her new production and the Francois K mix for the first time on 7" release; he felt the song's King Street hit remix arrangement was very strong, so he did his best to maintain it's hit arrangement within the restrictions of a 5:30 min format for the flip side of the single. The result is a must-own 7" that sounds both classic and contemporary at the same time.
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Played by: Simon Kennedy
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Rareforms (12")
Cat: MXU 006. Rel: 21 Nov 16
Techno
  1. Alma Del Mundo (6:57)
  2. 249th St. (6:10)
  3. Rolling Boil (6:41)
  4. Vertigo (4:22)
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Cat: MXMRK 2018. Rel: 21 Jan 19
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Love The Life You Live (Mr K edit) (4:25)
  2. Drive My Car (Mr K edit) (6:54)
Review: Most Excellent Unltd continues to delve into the reel-to-reel edit archives of Mr K, AKA legendary New York DJ Danny Krivit. This 12" contains two more heavyweight bombs. First up in "Love The Life You Live", a hustling chunk of Blaxploitation era disco-funk from Kool & The Gang that Krivit brilliantly builds into a frenzy of sweaty drunk breaks, relentless horn lines and fuzzy bass guitar. Over on the flip, the native New Yorker takes his scalpel to a little known cover version of Beatles' favourite "Drive My Car", stripping out the vocals to leave heaps of percussion, a killer bassline, rousing horns and hard-wired funk guitars that sound like they've had a few tabs of acid. The resultant edit is a seriously heavy dub-disco treat that bears almost no resemblance to the "Rubber Soul" classic (or the Gary Toms Empire's version that he edited up, for that matter).
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Cat: MXMRK 2011. Rel: 12 Feb 18
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Live In Me (Mr K edit) (4:13)
  2. Warm Weather (Mr K edit) (5:32)
Review: Two powerful edits from the Krivit vaults: "Live In Me" is a beautiful rearrangement of the Rod Temperton and Quincy Jones composed Rufus & Chakka Khan 1979 classic. Warm, touching with just the right amount of urgency, it's often overlooked as didn't enjoy a single release at the time. Flip for an equally stirring take on Pieces Of A Dream's "Warm Weather" and Danny ensures our full focus is firmed on that lavish bass and those purring honeyed vocals. Quintessential rare groove.
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FORTHCOMING
The Classic Club Box
The Classic Club Box (5x7" box set + slipmats (pair))
Cat: MXMRKBOX 004. Rel: 13 Apr 19
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Opposite People (Mr K 7' edit)
  2. Hot To Trot (Mr K 7' edit)
  3. The More I Get, The More I Want (Mr K 7' edit - Rafael Charres Promo remix)
  4. Come Back Lover (Mr K 7' dub edit)
  5. 212 (Mr K 7' edit)
  6. One More Try (Mr K 7' edit)
  7. If You Feel Like Dancin (Mr K 7' edit)
  8. Woman (Mr K 7' edit)
  9. Release Yourself (Mr K 7' dub edit)
  10. Twice As Nice (Mr K 7' edit)
Review: Changing the 7-inch single dance music landscape with a single stroke, Most Excellent Unlimited's latest collaboration with famed DJ and edit master Danny Krivit is a motherlode of sure shots straight from Mr. K's personal stash. Most of the ten cuts have never appeared on the smaller format and are Krivit's edits exclusive to this release, making the collection an essential addition to any DJs play box and a deep dive into the top-shelf selections of one of the world's most talented dance floor conductors.

Matching slinky boogie with 80s street soul, hedonistic disco delights and jazzy groovers, danceable Afro beat and purple-tinged funk, the boldly diverse range of styles reflects not only Mr. K's well-honed taste but the traditionally multihued make-up of the classic New York City underground club sound.

The five singles have been remastered for loud club play, and come in a custom box. Also included are two dye-printed 7-inch slip mats, only available with this release.
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Played by: 80's Child
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Cat: MXMRK 2019. Rel: 03 Dec 18
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Voices Inside My Head (Mr K 7" edit) (5:19)
  2. When The World Is Runnin' Down (Mr K 7" edit) (5:35)
Review: The Mr K Edits series continues to be a hotbed of crucial dancefloor wares, taking stone cold classics and giving them a gentle refinement to make the grooves stretch out that little bit longer. The latest in the 7" series focuses on The Police and two of their finest jams - the first is no stranger to revisions, covers and remixes. "Voices In My Head" has been tackled by many, not least 90s hip house upstart KC Flightt, but here the original version goes on a version excursion that brings out the best in the tune. On the flip, "When The World Is Runnin' Down" shimmers with uptempo new wave refinement that should set any open minded dancefloor alight.
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123 (7")
Cat: MXMRK 2009. Rel: 09 Oct 17
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. 123 (Mr K 7" edit Of Walter Gibbons Acetate) (3:18)
  2. My Sweet Summer Suite (Mr K 7" edit) (5:42)
Review: More hot-to-trot edits from Most Excellent Unltd's 7" series. As usual, legendary New York scalpel fiend Danny Krivit is at the controls (under the now familiar Mr K alias, of course). A-side cut "1 2 3" boasts Krivit's edit of an obscure, unreleased acetate mix by Walter Gibbons of a jaunty funk number rich in military style drum fills, mazy electric organ solos and bold bass guitar riffs. Over on the flip you'll find "My Sweet Summer Suite", a drum-heavy workout that seems to be built out of elements of a number of low-slung disco and funk tunes. The clipped, loopy groove - as previously used on a number of Krivit's other edits - is loaded with lots of extra percussion and some trippy, Amazonian flute motifs.
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Cat: MXU 007. Rel: 20 Nov 17
Deep House
  1. Esa Montana Se Movera (5:55)
  2. Respire (5:36)
  3. My Dear (3:08)
  4. Esa Montana Se Movera (Joaquin Joe Claussell Teenage Music remix) (10:55)
Review: New York City's Most Excellent are back with some of the first ever music put to wax by one the label owner's closest friend, Cesar Toribio. They say it best themselves when they tell us that the music "is honest, vulnerable, and exposes parts of his personality that even those who are fortunate to know him." The Brooklynite by way of Tampa, Florida, is an alumni of Berklee's School of Music and recorded "My Dear" in his college dorm room in 2011. "Esa MontaNa se Movera" was great, but that reinterpretation by none other than Joaquin "Joe" Claussell (Sacred Rhythm: a hero of Cesar's) on the flip, has exactly the kind of life affirming vibes on the dancefloor you could expect at his Body & Soul NYC residency. Second track "Respire" was the real joy on here, reminiscent of classic Ron Trent in all its emotive and sensual glory. Mixed by Phil Moffa.
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